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(Read till the end to know about few pieces you can listen to to learn more about them.)Music is a language in itself which touches our hearts. To be frank, not just Beethoven but many composers have faced adversities and have had early deaths… It's fascinating to learn about their lives as it reflects directly into the kind of music they composed.
Here's some info about musical periods:The musical periods are usually broken down into hundred year stretches. These periods names:
1600-1700 – Baroque1700-1800 – Classical1800-1900 – Romantic1900-2000 – Modern
Note: the musical eras are not generally defined with these specific dates, but it is useful for music theory analysis and learning.
Composers:Some of the most famous composers of each era are as follows:
Baroque – Bach, Vivaldi, Monteverdi, Purcell, Handel
Classical – Mozart, Schubert, Haydn, Clementi, Beethoven, Brahms
Romantic – Paganini, Rachmaninov, Elgar, Chopin, Mendelssohn, Dvorak, Wagner, Bizet, Berlioz, Verdi, Sarasate, Tchaikovsky, Monti Czardas, Liszt, Saint Saens, Kreisler
Modern – Ravel, Debussy, Ireland, Shostakovich, Gershwin, Britten, Stockhausen
While some composers (e.g. Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky ,etc.) were prolific and wrote in many different genres, other composers focused on just a few types of composition. It's useful to know these:
Eg:Chopin, Liszt & Rachmaninov – piano music, or piano with orchestraStrauss – waltzesVerdi & Wagner– operaticSchubert – Lieder (songs for voice and piano)
Here's if you wanna know about their styles and wanna learn more about classical music:
Beethoven: (all styles)Symphony no. 5 (like a tornado and a chase)Symphony no.6 pastoral (beethoven wrote this for himselfBeethoven Spring sonata (the feeling of spring and love)Beethoven Romance No. 2 (a sweet love expressed via violin)Symphony no. 9
Schubert:Ave maria (duet or violin and piano)Serenade
Elgar:Cello concerto ( performed by Yo Yo Ma)Salut d'mour (for his wife)
Bach:Cello suites by Yo Yo Ma
Chopin:Nocturne no. 9Fantasia impromptuRevolutionaryBallade no.1 in g minorTristesse
Mozart:Just click the best of mozartI like Lacrimosa the mostTwinkle twinkle little star 12 variations
Rachmaninoff:Piano concerto no.2Vocalise
MendelssohnViolin concerto (performed by Ray Chen)Song without words( performed by Heiftz)
BizetCarmen no. 3 intermezzoCarmen 2 habanero
Liszt:La campanella pianoLiebestraum (cello and piano duet)
Kriesler:Liebeslied (love's sorrow by vengerov)
Tchaikovsky: (mostly wrote ballet music)The nutcrackerSwan lake ballet
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