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    Classical Period Form

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    Form serves as an organizing agent for composers. Pick a time period and form we have studied in the first four weeks and explain how we expect the music from that category to behave. I chose to discuss the classical period of the eighteen century. The form that I chose is the sonata form. During the eighteens music changed from the baroque era to the classical period. The change brought a change in style. During the late baroque era music was complex and sophisticated. The music consisted of a harmony and melody. The harmony was simple in that it was repeated throughout the piece while the melody was more elaborate in that composes were able to luxurious. When the music style changed from the baroque to classical one of the reason was that…

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    Instruments in classical period, apparently the obvious instrumental innovation in the period was piano, it was being developed even Bach has still arrived in Baroque period, fortunately it actually started become a popular music instrument in classical period. Pianos have a mellow sound, they were more versatile, they can represent dynamics, switching volume changes, damper pedal which present the smooth like freezing and stuff. At this point, the instruments capabilities, it was more use in…

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    The theme of this section was described by flute and clarinet. The rhythms in the classical period were to be pleasing to the ear, like all of which Mozart piece does. The final part had many similarities with the two previous chapters. However, this chapter was less bleak but happier and livelier. This chapter started with the swapping of the range of music and the tonal sense of the piece was very strong, hence the apparent comprehensibility, with the rhythms was very flexible, and…

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    The classical era was 1750-1820. It was a time period that was plagued by war and violence. The wars consisted of the Seven Years War, the American Revolution, the French Revolution, and the Napoleonic Wars. Also during the classical period the power shifted from the nobility and the church to the middle class. The classical music period contained contrasting moods with rhythmic variety. The classical period was homophonic in texture. The three main forms in the classical period are sonata form,…

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    The Classical Period and The Romantic Era of classical music have many similarities and differences in form, texture, and articulation. Ultimately, the Classical period is known better for being extremely structured, usually having binary or rondo form, whereas the Romantic era is known for the more flowing, unorthodox structures. This is because the Classical period focused more on form, whereas the Romantic period focused on emotion. Also, the Romantic period allowed for the use of rubato, or…

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    Greek high Classical period famous sculptures, Diskobolos (Discus Thrower) was made at 450 BCE by sculptor Myron I believe the significant about this sculpture is his potential for energy. This sculpture is showing full of life and motion. His energy appears wound up, waiting to release it. By comparison with the Romanesque period Sculpture, Last Judgment was made between 1120-1135 by sculptor Gislebertus. The significant of this sculpture represents strong messages about Heaven and Hell into…

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    My time turner broke. Okay, well, that means we’re staying in the present until my magic wristwatch fixes itself. Prepare yourself, folks, we’re going to be here awhile. Actually, this plays out pretty well because I forgot to talk about what our composers are breaking off from. I already spoke about “the chain”, but I did not say what was in the chain. Basically, classical music. Yes, yes, I know all the rant about how classical music is for old people. But that is actually not true. Classical…

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    High Classical Period The High classical period of Ancient Greece was an astounding Greek period still marveled today through wonders of the world. The period was influenced by the earlier periods, the Early Classical and Archaic periods, and helped structure later periods, the Late Classical and Hellenistic periods. The High Classical period integrated and combined their culture, social standards, and political propaganda into their artworks and architecture. Ancient Greece Ancient Greece…

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    There were three post-classical Japan periods. They were the Asuka period, the Nara period, and the Heian period. The Asuka period of Japan lasted from 538-710 A.D. The Nara period lasted from 710-794 A.D. The Heian period lasted from 794 to 1185 A.D. During the post-classical period, the Yamato clan grew in both size and power. At the time, the Yamato clan was by far the most influential clan in Japan. The twelve cap and rank system was made during this time. This system used silk hats…

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    Question 5: What is the genre of the composition you hear in you clip? Genre - Ballet Classical during the Romantic Period At the middle of the eighteenth century, harmony technique were established. While the innovation shifted, variations travelled to northern Germany which began to develop. Romanticism also known as the Romantic era, was an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that blended into the classical movement throughout Europe, over the course of the eighteenth century,…

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