Romanticism and Freedom in Music
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This analysis discusses the movement known as musical Romanticism. The analysis focuses on how freedom and expression of feeling or emotion were two of the central tenets of the ideology of the movement that reached their ultimate expression in the musical compositions of composers of the nineteenth century, especially those of musical opera.
From the Paper:"The development and expression of intuition imagination and feeling were hallmarks of the movement in artistic literary and intellectual output known as Romanticism. Though most scholars date romanticism as originating in the mid 19th century locating the elements associated with Romanticism in time and space defies any absolute outcomes. As Arthur Lovejoy notes in 'On the Discrimination of Romanticisms' Some scholars see romanticism as completely continuous with the present some see it as the inaugural moment of modernity some see it as ..."
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