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Classical period may refer to: Classical Greece, specifically of the 5th and 4th centuries BC; Classical antiquity, in the Greco-Roman world; Classical period ...

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The dates of the Classical period in Western music are generally accepted as being between about the year 1730 and the year 1820. However, the term ...

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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 ...

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Gradually abandoned during classical period; music written for amateurs--couldn' t handle figured bass; Wanted more control over accompaniment ...

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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.

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The only significant architectural work of the early Classical period was at Olympia, where a great Temple of Zeus was built in about 460. This temple was the ...

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These walls played a vital part in the history of Athens during the Classical period , for they allowed it to carry the supplies brought in by its powerful fleet in safety ...

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By far the most impressive examples of Greek architecture of the high Classical period were the buildings constructed under Pericles for the Athenian Acropolis.

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musical composition - The Classical period: The Classical era in music is compositionally defined by the balanced eclecticism of the late 18th- and early ...