Ars nova (disambiguation)
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Ars nova is a late medieval musical stylistic period, centered in France.
Ars nova may also refer to:
- Ars nova (art), the period of painting also known as Early Netherlandish or the Flemish primitives
- Ars nova, style in medieval music
- Project Ars Nova, a medieval ensemble featuring Crawford Young
- Ars Nova Copenhagen, a Danish choir conducted since 2002 by Paul Hillier
- Ensemble Ars Nova, a French classical instrumental ensemble led by Philippe Nahon
- Ars Nova Singers, Boulder, Colorado
- Ars Nova (Polish ensemble), instrumental ensemble of Jacek Urbaniak, collaborating with Collegium Vocale Bydgoszcz
- Ars Nova (American band), a classical-rock group, based in New York City, 1967–1969
- Ars Nova (Japanese band), a progressive rock band, based in Japan, 1983–present
- Ars nova, a treatise on 14th-century music, possibly written by Philippe de Vitry
- Ars Nova (theater), an off-Broadway theater
- Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova-, the television adaptation of the Arpeggio of Blue Steel manga
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