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Maren m6 Romantic Era 1825 - 1900

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Debra Goldstein

on 27 January 2014

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Transcript of Maren m6 Romantic Era 1825 - 1900

1825 - 1900
1. Pitch -
2. Tempo -
3. Dynamics -
4. Timbre -
Franz Schubert
- 1/31/1797 - 11/19/1828
- Born in Germany
- Austrian Composer
- Celebrated works: ''the unfinished symphony'' , ''the trout quintet'' and ''ekrling''.
Image by Tom Mooring
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Maren M6 Music History
Robert Schumann
Robert Schumann - Piano Concerto in A minor
Peter Tchaikovsky
Tchaaikovsky - The nutcracker, II. March
- 1880s - 1920s, norwegian expeditions
- 1880s - 1920s, immigrations
-1880s - 1920s, north dakota becomes the 39th state


- 1840 - 1893
-Born in Kamsko-Votkinsk, Vyatka, Russia
-Russian Composer
- Works are famous for their tuneful melodies, colorful instrumentations and dramatic contrasts.
-Great success as a composer of orchestra music for ballet.
-Celebrated work: ''swan lake''

- 6/8/1810 - 7/29/1856
- Born in Germany
- Works include instrumental music, art songs, symphonies and opera.
- Celebrated works: ''lotus'' , '' spring symphony'' and ''scenes from childhood''.
Franz Schubert - Ave Maria
Kaizers Orchestrra - Hjerteknuser
1. The song is Romantic.
2. The instruments are similar.
3. The song is kind of slow.
Hjerteknuser
Conclusion
1. They're all from the same time period
2. Their music is romantic.
3. They all used the same instrument.
Sources:

- Youtube
- Wikipedia
- Google
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