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The Music Chamber - The Classical Period


The Music Chamber - The Classical Period Home Introduction Instruments Theory Periods Composers Repertoire Search Interact [pictured: "Allegory of Music" by Fran├žois Boucher ] Introduction The late baroque period (late 17th century - early ...

The Music Chamber - The Classical Period


... the string quartet was born and popularized during the classical period. Further resources: "Music History 102: The Classical Period" - by Robert Sherrane "Historical Periods: Cla-ssical" - at www.ClassicalInsites.com "Classical Repertoire" ...

The Symphony - Forms


The Symphony - Forms From the Classical period onwards, composers have used Sonata Form to provide the basic framework for their symphonies. A knowledge of Sonata Form is crucial if you want to understand the great symphonies. The contrast ...

The Symphony - Forms


... Ninth Symphony). Third Movement The third movement of a symphony is, in most cases, a Scherzo (or a Minuet in Classical-period symphonies). Most scherzos are in Ternary form - however, many scherzos are in Rondo form (ie Mahler's Fifth ...

The Symphony - Ludwig van Beethoven


... Cemetery, alongside Schubert. Ludwig van Beethoven was the most well-respected fi-gure of the late classical period, and the next few centuries have firmly placed him on Clas-sical music's Mount Olympus. He was undoubtedly the most ...

The Symphony - Joseph Haydn


... tions. His symphonies, of which there are over 100, are perfect examples of the devel-opment of the form during the Classical period. Back to top of page compositional style Str-ucture: Whereas Mozart's use of sonata form is mainly ...

The Symphony - Sergei Prokofiev


... usually take a neo-Classical approach to form and structure. He utilised both the forms and stylistic mannerisms of the Classical period, most notably in his First Symphony, the 'Classical', which pays homage to Mozart and Haydn ...

The Symphony - Glossary


... Schoenberg to invent the twelve-note technique, which harnesses chromaticism into strict rules and techniques. Classical . (a) A period in Western history from around 1750 to 1830. It can perhaps be seen as an attempt to restrain the ...

The Symphony - Interactive Quiz


... medieval plainchant the French dance suite the oratorio the Baroque sinfonia 3. The most common order of movements in a Classical or Romantic symphony is: 1st - sonata form, 2nd - slow and expressive, 3rd - minuet and trio or scherzo, 4th ...

The Symphony - Schumann's Third Symphony


... appointment as conductor of the orchestra at Dusseldorf. It represents the height of Sc-humann's 'Classical' period which began with the Second Symphony, and continued with works such as the Konzertstuck for Four Horns and the ...

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