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Music Appreciation 4

1825-1900 Romantic Period
Schubert, Berlioz, Hensel, Chopin, Schumann, Verdi, Wagner, Foster, Gorrschalk, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Grieg, Faure, Puccini, Debussy, Joplin famous composers during the Romantic Period
industrialization - people moving to cities why were there so many more composers during the Romantic Period
harp, maybe piano and lyrics, big dynamics how to tell whether its Romantic or not
fantasy, impossible, unattainable, surreal words to describe Romanticism
virtuoso musician that could play just about any piece that was written for their instrument
trombone and harp two instruments used seriously during Romantic Period
piccolo instrument not used until Mozart
orchestration art of writing orchestra
Franz Schubert known for writing the most songs - 600
Frederick Schopin poet of The Piano
opera story set to singing
Verdi greatest composer of Italian opera
Richard Wagner greatest composer of German opera
nationalism composer's dedication to his country
program music music that paints a picture or tells a story
absolute music the opposite of program music
Tchaikovsky first important Russian composer
Brahms greatest composer of Romantic music, 4 symphonies - first big symphony after Beethoven's IX
The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and Sleeping Beauty some of Tchaikovsky's ballets
Franz Liszt friend of Chopin and better pianist
Poland Chopin was from
Hungary Franz Liszt was from
Created by: pace_sauce
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