Romantic composers

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  • Romantic Style Composers: Franz Schubert Essay

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    one of the most prominent composers in the Romantic era. He was the first composer to live off only the money he got from composing. He wrote many compositions during his short lifetime, especially art songs (“OnMusic”). (3) In the Romantic era the compositions were very expressive and inventive. The Romantic composers experimented with already existing forms, and dramatic expressiveness. This grew out of the improvement of instruments and the newly invented

  • Romantic Composers Essay

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    The differences between Romantic composers work or lives from earlier time periods is that in earlier periods the musicians job was the composition or works for specific occasions and audiences. For church services Bach would write weekly cantatas. Haydn wrote symphonies for concerts in palaces and Beethoven worked as a freelance musician. Beethoven’s “free artist” inspired romantic musicians. Romantic composers were interested in pleasing their contemporaries but also wanted to be judged favorably

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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    truly lived. His wildly prolific music graced the ears and eyes of many, drawn into his finely-crafted masterpieces of Russia lore. To further understand Tchaikovsky’s influence, we will examine his personal life, his career, and his family life. Composer Pyotr

  • Haydn And Beethoven : Classical And Romantic Composers

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    classical/romantic composers in the history of music. Haydn is identified as the father of modern symphony, as well as the father of the string quartet. He has played an essential role in developing the piano trio and the sonata form. Beethoven is also a widely recognized composer in Western music, his style joined the lull between the Classical and Romantic eras. Beethoven traveled to Vienna when he was young to study under Haydn. However, due to disputes and differences between the two composers, lessons

  • Anton Bruckner, A Great Composer Of The Romantic Period

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    For many music is a way to communicate and express someone’s emotions. This is one of the many beauties people find in this art form. This researcher paper is about the life and work of Anton Bruckner, a great composer of the romantic period. The research paper will be focus from Bruckner’s early life to his last moments. Anton Bruckner was born on September 4 1824 in the village of Ansfelden, Austria to a family known for being craftsman and farmers. Bruckner was the first of 11 children. Bruckner’s

  • Franz Liszt was a Great Romantic Composer

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    According to De Portales, Liszt had a struggle in himself between the virtuoso and the composer and he knew that he had to choose. He chose to go with the composer and in 1847 his virtuoso career was over (De Portales 111-112). Another reason he made the choice was that in 1847 Liszt once again fell in love upon meeting a princess, named Carolyne Sayn- Wittgenstein, in Kiev. She gave him a large sum of money after a charity concert and he deeply desired to meet her to thank her (De Pourtales 117)

  • Frederic Chopin as the Greatest Romantic Composer Essay

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    development of music, many great composers have contributed their brilliance towards the revolution of music. To be a great composer does not necessarily mean that they have reached a vast amount of fame. However, it means that their compositions have ingenuity and value. The melodies they have cleverly created have reached a point of worthiness in the world of music. For it is the sweet harmonies a composer creates that defines who he is. One of these gifted composers was Frederic Chopin, born on February

  • Antonin Dvorak As A Czech Composer During The Romantic Era

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    Antonin Dvorak was a Czech composer during the Romantic Era. He was born on September 8, 1841 in Nelahozeves, Czech which is now known as the Czech Republic. On the other hand, William Grant Still was an African American a composer, arranger and conductor. Dvorak was Baptized as a Roman Catholic and he had a strong love and faith in religion. He was a proud bohemian and interested in his heritage which was a huge inspiration towards music. Even Though his father wanted him to become a butcher

  • Antonin Dvorak As A Czech Composer During Romantic Period

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    Antonin Dvorak was a Czech composer during Romantic Era. He was born on September 8, 1841 in Nelahozeves, Czech which is now known as Czech Republic. On the other hand, William Grant Still was an African American composer. Unlike Dvorak, William’s father died when he was a baby. Dvorak was Baptized as a Roman catholic and he had strong love and faith for religion. He was a proud bohemian and interested in his heritage which was a huge inspiration towards music. Even Though his father wanted

  • Computers And Music : Computers

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    Computers and Music Computers and Music James C. Compton Sunset Primary School, West Linn, Oregon August 20, 2006 Most people think of computers as mundane tools for completing daily tasks. But they are also a central part of exciting new technologies for artists including musicians. As computers improve and become faster and more powerful, they are becoming as integral to a musician’s work as any instrument. Over the years, musicians have struggled to use the computer

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