Music was written for the church. And made for religion. Instruments such as recorders, lutes, and percussion was invented at this time.
Designated roles of a kingdom such as the king, knights, and serfs.
Music was made for religion. The pipe organ and string instruments were invented at this time.
A Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance. Widely considered by music scholars as the first master of the high Renaissance style of Polyphonic vocal music.
An English Composer, who was very famous for music in the
church and was one of the first to
use the press for his music.
Music was written for religion, emotion, and story. The Baroque Era influenced music to have more different notes, roles, pitches, etc.
Instruments such as aero phones,
more string and newer percussion
instruments were invented.
Baroque music plays on many
different notes, speed, roles,
and more advanced than the Renaissance and Medieval Era.
He was an English
composer that incorporated French
and Italian stylistic elements to music.
German, later British Baroque composer. Well known for his operas, oratorios, anthems, and organ concertos.
Composer of the Classical Era. Known for influencing the concerto style of Mozart.
The Classical Era focused more on European politics and philosophy. They used more logic in this era. The dynamics were forte with monophonic melodies and used more string instruments compared to the Baroque Era.
He was a Austrian prolific and influential composer. He was very talented with music since he was 13 and is one of the most famous composers of music.
He was German, he made over 600 secular vocal works, and 7 symphonies.
He was a German composer and influential music critic. Widely regarded as one of the best Romantic Era composers. He is a virtuoso pianist.
Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic Era who solely wrote for the solo piano.
Nationalism and Exoticism played a big role in music.
It was a lot more for romantic, loving, sad, and angry emotions. All in general.
It influenced music to tell story in the sounds of instruments.