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Romantic Period
1820-1900, emphasis on self expression, program music, nationalism
Erlkonig
Schubert
Romantic
musical romanticism/narrative ballad
Nocturne in Eb Major, Op 9, No 2
Chopin
romantic
night piece is a slow, lyrical, intimate compostion for piano
Syphonic Fantastique, 4th movement
Berlioz
romantic
program symphony
Symphony No 3 in F major, 3rd movement
Brahms
romantic
symphony
La Boheme, Act 1 excerpt
Puccini
romantic
opera
Die Walkure, Act 1, Love Scene
Wagner
romantic
music drama
Program Music
romantic
Instrumental music associated with a story, poem, idea or scene, often found in romantic period
Art song
Setting of a poem ofr solo voice, and piano, translating the poems mood and imagery into music, common in the romantic period, shubert, Erlkonig
Nocturne
In French, night piece, ; a composition, usually slow, lyrical, and intimate in character, often for piano solo.
Chopin, Nocturne in Eb Major
Absolute Music
Instrumental music having no intended association with a story, poem, idea, or scene, nonprogram music
Etude
In French, study; a piece designed to help a performer master specific technical difficulties.
Leitmotiv
Short musical idea associated with a person, object, or thought, characteristic of the operas of Wagner
Wagner-Die Walkure
Idee Fixe
Single melody used in several movements of a long work to represent a recurring idea.
Berlioz, Fantastic Symphony
Through-Composed Form
Vocal form in which there is new music for each stanza of a poem
Schubert, Erlkonig