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Diverging Traditions in the Later Nineteenth Century

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Diverging Traditions in the later nineteenth century France Paris was the center of french musical life
Politics
Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71 Schools The Conservatoire
The Ecole Niedermeyer
The Schola Cantorum Renewal The growth in concert activity, proliferation of music schools, revival of past traditions, and encouragement of new music created a stimulating climate that helped Paris regain a leading position in music Cesar Franck Belgium
Mainly instrumental genres and oratorio
Prelude, Chorale, and Fugue
Organ change gabriel faure Order and restraint are fundamental
Ecole Niedermeyer
Gounod
But in 1885 Faure developed a new language Eastern and Northern Europe Tchaikovsky

Fourth Symphony the mighty handful Borodin
Musorgsky
Rimsky-Korsakov
Smetana
Dvorak Finding a niche Variety of national and individual style in the late 19th century
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