Music in Elizabethan England

817 Words Feb 4th, 2018 3 Pages
But first, there is a minor description about the Elizabethan era and how Queen Elizabeth's rule in England influenced the music back then. Minor description because the full description would be incredibly long. Shakespeare’s play the twelfth night, and the music in there will also be included in this essay.

The Elizabethan era was a very important time in english history.Queen Elizabeth the first was the royal majesty back at that time, which explains why the era is called that way. The Elizabethan era was in the 16 century and it was also thought to be the golden era of english history. That was because music and art were promoted, spread, sold and England was becoming more of a highly developed Empire. The golden age represented the apogee of the English Renaissance and saw the beginning of poetry, music and literature. This time is exceptionally acclaimed for the play author William Shakespeare. It was a short period with peace between the English transformation and the fight between the protestants and the Catholics. Also at the same time the English had an effective and combative guard (army) at the time for security or for war and dominance (which was great in those days). They additionally developed loads of crops which implied that they had a ton of food to eat. England were monetarily solid yet more…
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