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Classical Period Pt 1

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  • 1. (1750-1830)
  • 2. What does “Classical” mean?• From 1750 on artists, musicians, and architects wanted to get away from the complexity of the Baroque period and replicate the clean, uncluttered style of Classical Greece.• This period is called Classical because of that desire to resemble the works of the ancient Greeks.
  • 3. Classical Characteristics• Great attention to musical form -Balance• Use of percussion instruments• Simple music• Opera• Use of comic and witty melodies
  • 4. The Piano• Hammered strings• Louder than harpsichord• Pedals
  • 5. http://youtu.be/Jy8FvTFCr5g
  • 6. Instruments of the Classical Period • Modern Flute • Clarinet • French Horn • Valved Trumpet • Trombone • Percussion • Piano
  • 7. Symphonic Style• An extended work for orchestra - usually 20 - 40 minutes in length.• Usually contains 3 or 4 movements which contrast each other.• In a four movement symphony the order usually is a fanfare type or fast opening movement, followed by a slower movement. The third movement is usually a dance, and the final movement is fast.