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Gradually abandoned during classical period; music written for amateurs--couldn'
t handle figured bass; Wanted more control over accompaniment ...
THE CLASSICAL PERIOD (1775-1825). The Baroque period culminated in the
masterpieces of J.S. Bach and G.F. Handel. In the middle of the eighteenth ...
In the Rococo or Classical period that followed, the elaborate contrapuntal
texture of Baroque music gave way to music of subtle dynamic differentiation,
E85.2073: Music Literature: The Classical Period. © Copyright 1997-98 John V.
Gilbert All Rights Reserved. WHAT IS CLASSICISM IN MUSIC? The terms ...
Hey! What's going on here? We've got classical music, and now we've got the
classical period. What's all this about? This is confusing! Yes it is. And like so ...
In the late classical period (400–300 B.C.) there was increased emphasis on the
expression of emotion in art. Sculptural works attributed to Praxiteles are ...
The Classical period (5th - 4th century BC). Photo of Cast of 'Kritian boy'. Youth (
the 'Kritian boy), from Athens Acropolis. About 480 BC Cast No. B068a.
The art of the first years after the Persian wars expressed the severe balance
between mature intensity and calm recognition of freedom. there followed the ...
The elegance and courtly grace of the early Classical period may well be best
exemplified by the familiar strains of the Minuet from the String quintet op. 13, no.