Chapter 3 - Baroque

Chapter 3 - Baroque - Chapter 3 Baroque and Classical Style...

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Chapter 3 – Baroque and Classical Style Art History – uses similar terms to designate their different style periods, but they do not always coincide with the dates of the musical periods. Medieval – Dark Times Renaissance – “Rebirth” of the bad times – Polyphonic o Palestrina (Rome, Italy) Counter – Reformation Liturgical Baroque – 1600 – 1750 o Bach (1685 - 1750) Harpsichord Church Musician Devout Lutheran o Monteverdi Bridged the Gap between Renaissance and Baroque Created the Basso Continuo Opera Continuo Madrigal Classical (18 th Century) o Mozart Clarinet Lover Church Music Outdoor Music Opera o Haydn Father of the “String Quartet” Popular Worked for a Prince o Beethoven Brought in the Romantic Period Romantic (19 th Century) o Chopin Polish Only for Piano Nocturnes, Mazurka, Ballades, and Preludes o Berlioz French Program Music
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