Bach, Mozart and Beethoven Comparison Essay by Jay Writtings LLC

Bach, Mozart and Beethoven
This paper compares the stylistic features of Bach, Mozart and Beethoven.
# 119913 | 2,545 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2010 | US
Published on May 28, 2010 in Music Studies (Classical and Baroque) , Music Studies (Composers)


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Description:

The paper discusses the background of Bach, Mozart and Beethoven and their respective eras of music. The paper shows how while they emulated each others' genius, they still differ according to the eras of their musical origins. The paper points out these differences and highlights how Bach was the explorer, pushing the boundaries within standardized conventions which Mozart subsequently expanded technically, and Beethoven expanded through improvisation.

From the Paper:

"Bach, Mozart and Beethoven are interlinked, not only by their popularity but by their historical lineage as innovators of classical music. It is important to note that these three composers consecutively brought about a transformation in music from a church and hymn like recital functions to a popularized artistic form. The precursor to these artists, including Bach and the parents of Beethoven and Mozart (as well as his teachers), were specially detailed/assigned with creating religion-based background and ambience music, which was not meant to appeal to the masses, but provide propriety to the church atmosphere, and signify religious and spiritual piety and solemnity."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • "Beethoven The Immortal." 2007:http://www.lucare.com/immortal/bio.html
  • The Classical Style: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven. W. W. Norton & Company; Expanded edition January 1998.
  • Donelan, James. "Mozart and Enlightenment Thought." Karpeles LibrarySeptember 26, 1999: http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/faculty/donelan/Mozart.html
  • Lane, William. Beethoven: The Immortal. 2007: http://lucare.com/immortal.
  • "On the Subject of Strategic Method: Information vs. Cognition in Music." Fidelio, Vol. IX No 2-3. Summer-Fall 2000: http://www.schillerinstitute.org/fid_97-01/002-3bach_beethoven.html

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