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Meaning of Ars Antiqua

Ars An•ti•qua

Pronunciation: (ärz' an-tē'kwu, ärs'-), [key]
— Music. Music.
  1. the style of composition characteristic of the 13th century, esp. in France. Cf. Ars Nova.
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