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List of classical music composers by era

List of classical music composers by era
List of classical music composers by era From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This is a list of classical music composers by era. Contents [hide] Medieval era[edit] See the List of Medieval composers and Medieval music. Renaissance era[edit] See the List of Renaissance composers and Renaissance music. Baroque era[edit] See the List of Baroque composers and Baroque music. Classical era[edit] Romantic era[edit] See the List of Romantic-era composers and Romantic music. 20th century[edit] See the List of 20th-century classical composers by birth date and 20th-century classical music. 21st century[edit] Main articles: List of 21st-century classical composers by birth date and 21st-century classical music See also[edit] Retrieved from " Categories: Navigation menu Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views Actions Navigation Interaction Tools Print/export Languages This page was last modified on 16 April 2014 at 22:26.

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Classical music in L.A. this week: LA Opera's 'Magic Flute' and more Here is a list of classical music performances in L.A. for Nov. 10-17: Assassin’s Creed Symphony A live orchestra and choir perform score selections to accompany footage from the long-running video game franchise. Dolby Theatre, 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood. Sun., 7 p.m. $60-$125. ticketmaster.com Camerata Pacifica Chamber music by Mozart, Beethoven and Vierne.

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en.m.wikipedia Background music refers to a mode of musical performance in which the music is not intended to be a primary focus of potential listeners, but its content, character, and volume level are deliberately chosen to affect behavioral and emotional responses in humans such a concentration, relaxation, distraction, and excitement. Listeners are uniquely subject to background music with no control over its volume and content. The range of responses created are of great variety, and even opposite, depending on numerous factors such as, setting, culture, audience, and even time of day. Background music is commonly played where there is no audience at all, such as empty hallways and restrooms and fitting rooms. It is also used in artificial space, such as music played while on hold during a telephone call, and virtual space, as in the ambient sounds or thematic music in massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Types[edit]

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Musical Moment: Listen to TSO bassoonists Samuel Banks and Darren Hicks play ‘Figaro’s Aria’ in a Toronto deli TSO bassoon section pals Samuel Banks and Darren Hicks, the associate principal, decided an Italian bakery would be a great place to play their amusing version of “Largo al factotum” — better known as “Figaro’s Aria” — from Gioachino Rossini’s opera “The Barber of Seville.” There was no better location than Tre Mari Bakery & Deli on St. Clair Ave. West, which opened its doors for our intrepid bassoonists. With this unique setting, surrounded by fresh meat and sweet treats, the two friends happily play the piece of iconic music together.

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