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The INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND IT'S EFFECT ON MUSIC

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Wenlong Shao

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Transcript of The INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND IT'S EFFECT ON MUSIC

By Wenlong Shao
The Music During That Period
The main music style during the Industrial Revolution was Romantic music. Some of the well known composers during that period were Frederic Chopin and Franz Liszt.

Musicians were allowed to compose more freely, without the old rules and regulations.
More People Could Afford to Listen to Music
The Industrial revolution improved the living conditions of many people.

The middle class was created, and more people could afford to go to concerts and listen to music.

Before the IR, only the nobility could afford to go to concerts or hire private musicians.
What was the Industrial Revolution?
The industrial revolution was a transition to new ways of manufacturing. Many Machines replaced humans in doing certain things.
The Improvement in Transportation affects music
As the steam engines were made, the transports were sped up. It made it easier for Musicians to travel from one place to another, and communicate ideas.
The INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND IT'S EFFECT ON MUSIC
More Machinery Makes Better Instruments
With the better machinery, better and more instruments were made. This created better sound qualities and productivity.

More people could buy and learn an instrument.
Better Concert halls From Industrial Revolution
The Concert Halls became bigger and better

More instruments could join into the ochestra.

Sections were duplicated to make sound broader, and many musicians used this to express their emotions better.
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