Romantic Music

Romantic music is easy to recognize, it’s the one that makes you want to cry 😉 Frédéric ChopinIn classical music, the romantic period extends from the beginning of the 19th century (1820) until the beginning of the 20th century. As during the other periods, the music is part of a global framework, that of romanticism […]

Classical music glossary

Welcome to our glossary page! A A Capella: Expression indicating that the vocal part is sung without musical accompaniment..Adagio: Italian adverb (at ease) Rather slow tempo, between Lento and Andante..Allegretto: Italian adverb (quite cheerful) Rather lively tempo, between Moderato and Allegro..Allegro: Italian adverb (gay, cheerful) Lively tempo, between Allegretto and Vivace..Aria: (Aria in Italian) An […]

Baroque Music

Baroque music refers to music from the period from the beginning of the 17th century to the middle of the 18th century (1750, death of Bach). The two main countries in which it developed are Italy and France, but Baroque music is often considered to have culminated in Germany with Johann Sebastian Bach. This music, […]

Periods of classical music

Far from being uniform, classical music has undergone great changes over the centuries. Here you will find a brief presentation of the main periods of classical music: Baroque musicClassical music (of the classical period)Romantic musicModern musicContemporary music