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10 Most Important Events in the Classical Era

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10 Most Important Events in the Classical Era
Tyson Eli
1750
Bach Died, effectively ending the Baroque era, starting the Classical era.
1756
Mozart was born. He is widely considered one of the greatest and most influential composers of all time.
1770
Beethoven was born. He is also one of he most widely regarded composers of all time.
1791
Mozart died. Shortly before his death, he began composing his Requiem.
1791
Franz Schubert was born. Schubert is well known for his many vocal works that treat the accompanist and soloist equally.

1797
Henry Steinway was born. His pianos are still regarded as some of the highest quality available today.
1789-1799
The French Revolution took place. This has a huge effect on music in France, with nearly all of their opera taking on a revolutionary theme.
1809
Felix Mendelssohn was born. Along with having many important works of his own, he spearheaded the revival of J.S. Bach.
1813
Richard Wagner was born. His impact to opera is debatably unparalleled.
1815
The Metronome was invented. With this invention, musicians could practice to become much more proficient than they could previously.
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