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Classical Music
A look at Romanticism in classical music.
# 124224 | 500 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (European) , Music Studies (Classical and Baroque)

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This paper provides a discussion of Romanticism in classical music and compares it to the forms and ideas in music from twentieth century composers. The works of Brahms, Verdi, Stravinsky and Schoenberg are used in the analysis.

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"The Romantic Period refers to the period of European classical music that stems roughly from ... to ... and largely represents a reaction to and an integration of Classical music and its forms and ideas which preceded it. The central theme underlying Romanticism in music is the same as it is in literature, that not all truths are derived from axioms, because there are inescapable realities in the world which can only be reached through emotion, feeling and intuition. Romantic compositions by Romantic composers like Brahms, Verdi..."

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