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Let's take a look at music styles and understand what makes one different from the other. In particular, let's delve into music styles of the early music period and common-practice period. Early music consists of music from the Medieval to Baroque era, while common-practice includes the Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras.

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Different Eras of Music – The Evolution of Music. 04/21/2019 Our music changes through the years, Freddie Mercury once sang. That part of the lyrics is indeed, true, as music has definitely gone through various movements and changed over the past 2000 years.

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The orchestral set-up led to the era's most important type of music, the symphony. It developed rapidly at the beginning of the era, moving from a standard, strict three-movement format with a quick opening, a slow middle movement and a quick one to finish, to become an expansive four-movement vehicle for orchestral expression.

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Baroque music expanded the size, range, and complexity of instrumental performance, and also established opera as a musical genre. Many musical terms and concepts from this era are still in use today. The "Composer of the Era" goes to J.S Bach

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The first fully acknowledged era in classical music was the Renaissance period, beginning in around 1400. There was, however, all sorts of music before that, much of it laying the foundations for the composers who were to come – and this all sits under the umbrella of what we refer to today as the Early period.

www.teenink.com/opinion/movies_music_tv/article/337824/Generation-vs-Generation-of-Music

These two, extremely different eras of music both have fan bases of their own today. I am going to tell you why one of these styles is a lot better, in both the pleasure of listening, and musical ...

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Comparing the 20th Century Music to Past Eras . Although 20th-century composers used and/or were influenced by composers and music forms of the past, they created their own unique sound. This unique sound has many different layers to it, coming from the combination of instruments, noisemakers, and shifts in dynamics, meter, pitch, etc.

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The music of the 2000's showcased a variety of genres and it reflected a great deal of the pop music that came from the nineties, with many of the same artists and bands remaining popular between the two decades. For a decade filled with much suffering in terms of the September 11th attacks, two wars in the Middle East, and an economic downturn ...

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Since it has a long history, western music is classed into several periods or eras: medieval, renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic, modern, 20 th century, contemporary and 21st century music periods. Music of each period share specific features and thereby are distinctly different from music of one period to that of another.

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Today, the guitars are not so different then when they first were made. Guitars are originally from spain. The acoustic, or classical, guitar, a string instrument, is a very light-weight and non-electric guitar that will perform a range of music from Spanish folk music, to orchestral concertos.