Common practice period
In the history of European art music (broadly called classical music), the common practice period – spanning most of the baroque, classical, and romantic eras – lasted from about 1600 to around 1900. ...
Antonio Vivaldi - Double cello concerto - Henri Demarquette / Claire-Lise Démettre - OCNE / Nicolas Krauze
Henri Demarquette et Claire-Lise Démettre interprètent le concerto pour deux violoncelles en sol mineur de Vivaldi. Orchestre de Chambre de la Nouvelle Europ...
Baroque music - Carl Heinrich Graun : Harpsichord Concerto in C Minor (Complete) - Rare Baroque Music
Wonderful treasure of german baroque music . Rare masterpiece for harpsichord and strings composed by Carl Heinrich Graun , opera composer. 1 ) Allegro 2)Lar...
Baroque music
1. Monteverdi - Orfeo 2. Lully - Le Burgeois Gentilhomme (Bouree) 3. Buxtehude - Prelude in G minor 4. Pachelbel - Canon in D 5. Corelli - Christmas Concerto...
Romantic music
Some of the greatest classical composers of the Romantic era.
Romantic music - A German folk tune
There's no Ian Bostridge's video on youtube, so I uploded his video clip. He has a extremely pure voice, I think. His German diction is also good. Piano - Ju...
Baroque music - Baroque Vocals and Madrigals
The silver swan The Hilliard Ensemble.
Baroque music - Splendori del Barocco italiano
A hauntingly beautiful madrigal by early baroque genius Claudio Monteverdi. From his Settimo Libro De Madrigali This is probably my favorite madrigal by Mo...
My favourite Baroque music - YouTube
Dec 15, 2008 ... This a video about my favourite baroque composers. Their masterpieces, style and achievements. Hope you like it. credits to 0OoFACUoO0 for ...
Functional harmony
In tonal music theory, a diatonic function (also chord area) is the specific, recognized role of each of the 7 notes and their chords in relation to the diatonic key. In this context, role means the d...
Functional harmony - Wikipedia
Baroque music
Baroque music is a style of Western art music composed from approximately 1600 to 1750. This era followed the Renaissance, and was followed in turn by the Classical era. The word "baroque" comes from...
Baroque music - Wikipedia
Classical period (music)
The dates of the Classical period in Western music are generally accepted as being between about 1750 and 1820. However, the term classical music is used in a colloquial sense as a synonym for Western...
Romantic music
Romantic music is a term denoting an era of Western classical music that began in the late 18th or early 19th century. It was related to Romanticism, the European artistic and literary movement that a...
Lied
Lied ([liːt]; plural Lieder [ˈliːdɐ]) (German, "song"), originally denoted in classical music the setting of Romantic German poems to music, especially during the late eighteenth and nineteenth cent...
Rafael Antonio Castellanos
Rafael Antonio Castellanos (c. 1725–1791) was a Guatemalan classical composer. His style is that of the late Spanish baroque, pre-classical, and classical periods, with frequent reference to Guatemal...
Intermezzo
In music, an intermezzo ([ˌintɛrˈmɛddzo]), in the most general sense, is a composition which fits between other musical or dramatic entities, such as acts of a play or movements of a larger musical wo...
Romantic guitar
The early romantic guitar is the guitar of the Classical and Romantic period of music, showing remarkable consistency in the instrument from 1790 to 1830. By this time guitars used single strings of s...
Romantic guitar - Wikipedia
Nathaniel Giles
Nathaniel Giles (1558–1633 or 1634) was an English Renaissance organist and composer. He was the organist for Worcester Cathedral and wrote Anglican anthems. While Master of the Children of the Chapel...
New German School
The New German School (German: Neudeutsche Schule, [ˈnɔʏ̯dɔʏ̯tʃə ˈʃuːlə]) is a term introduced in 1859 by Franz Brendel, editor of the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik to apply to certain trends in Germ...
New German School - Wikipedia
Orchestral song
The orchestral song (German Orchesterlied) is a late romantic genre of classical music for solo voices and orchestra.
What was effectively song with instrumental accompaniment – the cantata and th...
Character piece
Character piece is a calque of the German Charakterstück, a term, not very precisely defined, used for a broad range of 19th century piano music based on a single idea or program. The term is less fr...
Character piece - Wikipedia
Salle Le Peletier
The Salle Le Peletier (sometimes referred to as the Salle de la rue Le Peletier or the Opéra Le Peletier) was the home of the Paris Opera from 1821 until the building was destroyed by fire in 1873. Th...
Salle Le Peletier - Wikipedia