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music midterm - Antonín Dvorak – Czech Romantic period...

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Giovanni Palestrina – Italian, Renaissance period Johann Sebastian Bach – German, Baroque period; wrote “Concerto in A Minor” Joseph Haydn – Austrian, Classical period; wrote “Symphony #87 in A Major” Ludwig van Beethoven – German, Classical and Romantic periods; wrote “Symphony #5 in C Minor” Felix Mendelssohn – German, Romantic period; wrote “Violin Concerto in E Minor” Wilhelm Wagner – German, Romantic period Johannes Brahms – German, Romantic period; wrote “Rhapsody II” Frédéric Chopin – Polish, Romantic period; wrote “Ballade #4 in F Minor” Modest Mussorgsky – Russian, Romantic period; wrote “Pictures at an Exhibition”
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Unformatted text preview: Antonín Dvorak – Czech, Romantic period; wrote “Carnival Overture” Benjamin Britten – English, Contemporary period; wrote “Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra” Béla Viktor János Bartok – Hungarian, Contemporary period; wrote “Concerto for Orchestra” Aaron Copland – American, Contemporary period; wrote “The Cat and the Mouse” Norman Dello Joio – American, Contemporary period; wrote “The Holy Infant’s Lullaby” George Gerswhin – American, Contemporary period; wrote “Fascinating Rhythms”...
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