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Promoted item:Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 4 in F - New 1990 Classical Music CD!

Tchaikovsky - Symphony No. 4 in F - New 1990 Classical Music CD!

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About Classical Music

The designation 'classical music' for a real aficionado means little more than it does for a movie fan to simply say, 'I like movies.' No one is any more certain if you like slasher flicks or romantic comedies when you say you like movies than they are whether you like Baroque cantatas or twelve-tone modern operas when you express an interest in classical music. There are several distinctions by era that can help break down classical music and help you identify which classical music you like best.The Baroque period refers to the time between roughly 1600 and 1750. The most famous composers of the Baroque are Handel and Bach, and in fact, it was their deaths that signaled the end of this period. Also significantly, opera was born during the Baroque period, and demonstrates some of the dominant traits of this era--music intended to represent emotion and move the listener in a way that earlier Western music was not intended to do.Next comes the Classical period, though many historians also designate a 'Pre-Classical' period that lasts from Bach's death until the real innovations of the next era began, closer to 1780. The Classical era's most prominent composers are Mozart and Haydn, and you'll find that almost all long musical forms during this time (concerti, symphonies, chamber works, and so on) are written in the sonata form. Beethoven is the bridge from the Classical to the Romanic period. Beethoven's innovations in form and tonality (chromaticism and frequent modulations, in particular) led the way for the innovators of the Romantic Period, which was marked by much longer pieces, more complex thematic development, and music intended to showcase grand virtuosity and lush orchestration. The Romantic Period gave way to the Modern around the turn of the twentieth century, but left us with incredible works from Mahler, Brahms, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Liszt, Puccini, and many more.