romanticpoetsandcomposers

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Romantic Poets and Composers From the 19th Century (Chapter 18)
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Romantic Composers Music is perhaps the most “romantic” of the Romantic art forms Romantic composers built on the ideas from the Classical period expanding on the techniques for creating emotion in music The aim was to create music with freedom of self-expression that dealt with intense feelings, nature, and the supernatural
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Ludwig van Beethoven (Germany 1770-1827) Beethoven is often seen as a bridge between the formal Classical period of the 18th C and the Romantic era in music of the 19th C. He wrote in several forms but he is most famous for writing nine of the greatest symphonies ever composed. We’re listening to part of his Symphony No. 5 with its expansive emotionalism
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Hector Berlioz [BEAR-Le-os] (France 1803-1869) Completed medical school before turning to music as a career Fell in love with a Shakespearean actress who becomes the idée fixe (fixed idea) in much of his music We’re listening to part of his Symphonie Fantastique about a musician whose unrequited love for a woman drove him to use opium to stop his pain
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HUM 102 taught by Professor George during the Spring '08 term at WVU.

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