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Isabela Montano M1 Baroque

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Debra Goldstein

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Transcript of Isabela Montano M1 Baroque

Isabela Montano
M1

Brandenburg Concertos
Antonio Vivaldi
March 4 1678- July 28 1741
Sources
Baroque
Johann Sebastian Bach
March 31, 1685- July 28, 1750
1600-1750
Baroque is a Portuguese word meaning "a pearl of irregular shape"
used to describe strangeness, abnormality, extravagance
Place of Birth:
Eisenach, Germany
Place of Death:
Leipzig, Germany
Instruments played:
violin

clavichord
harpsichord
organ
oboe
flute
trumpet
Brandenburg Concertos
Born in Venice,Italy
Died in Vienna, Austria
Instrument:
Violin
Four Seasons- Spring
(Part 1)
Antonio Vivaldi
Pitch High
Tempo Presto
Dynamics Forte
Timbre Happy, Orange
& Clear

Johann Bach
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Johann Pachelbel
September 1, 1653- March 9, 1706
Place of

Birth
&
Death
:
Nuremberg, Germany
Instruments:
Organ
&

Harpsichord
Canon in D Major
Johann Pachelbel
Pitch High
Tempo Accelerando
Dynamics Mezzo-forte
Timbre Content,
Pink
& Calm

Pitch Low
Tempo Allegro
Dynamics Forte
Timbre Happy, Orange
& Windy
Bu
rn b
y Ell
ie
Go
uld
ing
Burn
by
Ellie Goulding

have the
same

timbre, dynamics and tempo
like Pachelbel's
Canon
Conclusion
J. S. Bach, Antonio Vivaldi and J. Pachelbel

A version of the rhyme, "Three Blind Mice" is published in London by a teenager, Thomas Ravenscroft.
In the Baroque Era, Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is performed for the first time
are
one of the most famous composers
in the
Baroque Era
. Baroque was a time period that
exaggerated motion
and clear, easily interpreted detail to
produce drama or tension
.Their compositions are
still
well known
and
loved
by some today.
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