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Transcript of Music project
Boroque Classical Romantic Modern day the term “baroque” has been widely used since the nineteenth century to describe the period in Western European art music from about 1600 to 1750. some famous composers of the borogue period are Monteverdi, Corelli, Vivaldi, Bach and Handel. This is a photo off the Famous Boroque Coposer "Bach" The classical period was between 1750 to 1820. The term "Classical Music" actually describes a variety of western music music styles. Heres an exaple of what classicalucis looks like: The era of romantic music is known as the period of European classical music. It ran from about 1803 till the end of the 19th century. Some Famous compsers of this era were fanny Hensal, and Georges Bizet. Fanny Hensel Modern day music has come so far compared to the Baroque, Classical and Romantic era's. Technology has influenced modern day music on a powerful level.
microphones etc;. Tchnology changed the nature of music and how it has been made, distributed, listened to, and how it has moved listeners across the ages. Some things that have caused the change in music: monophony Homophony polyphony Oratorios Electrical instruments Toccata Ritornello Concertino Tutti Concerto Programmatic concerto Baroque composers wrote in many different musical genres During the romantic period, composers were often influenced by the work of fine artists such as poets. During he classical period, composers broke from the elaborate, ornamentle style of the Baroque era. classical composers emphasized simplicity, logic, and order. Here are some picures of
famous composers. Can anyone guess who they are?!? George Frideric Handel Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel Igor Stravinky Thank you!<3 A look back in the times of music
Katlin Romantic composers used the language of music to paint pictures, tell stories, and take audiences to far-off places depicted as colorful and exotic.