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monophony to polyphony with vocal
parts in church music that moved on
parallel intervals. 1565 As for the Italian music that way to
preserve male singing voices was castration.
St. Pauls' dictum made it so that woman were
prohibited to sing in churches and on stage.
The practice became common by 1574. 1761 Franz Joseph Haydn became Vice-kapelimeister
to the Esterhazy family and then Kapellmeister in
the year of 1766. He lived as a slave to the family but he had access to an orchestra. Within is 30 year of service he was able to complete, 47 piano sonatas, 68 string quartets, 108 symphonies, 26 operas, 4 oratorios and hundreds of smaller pieces. 1803 Beethoven made his third symphony Eröica and this piece was able to mark the beginning of the Romantic
period for music. Which took over the classical period. 1877 Thomas Edison invented
sound recording. Camille Saint-Saën's
Samson et Dalila debuts in Weimar.