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Chapter 16 Romanticism (1770 - 1900) Reaction to Classicism Instrumental Music The Ideal Romantic Art the text of a vocal work limited its expressive range Schopenhauer instrumental music expresses the innermost reality of himan feelings Program Music

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chapter 16
Chapter 16
  • Romanticism
  • (1770 - 1900)
    • Reaction to Classicism
instrumental music
Instrumental Music
  • The Ideal Romantic Art
    • the text of a vocal work limited its expressive range
  • Schopenhauer
    • instrumental music expresses the innermost reality of himan feelings
program music
Program Music
  • Instrumental music associated with poetic, descriptive, or narrative subject matter.
    • Program symphony
    • Concert overture
    • Symphonic Poem or Tone Poem
    • Incidental Music
franz peter schubert
Franz Peter Schubert
  • The Unfinished Symphony
    • Symphony No. 8
    • (IG75)
  • 9 symphonies total
    • No. 9 The Great C Major Symphony
hector berlioz
Hector Berlioz
  • Symphonie fantastique (#105)
    • autobiographical
    • idée fixe
  • Harold en Italie
    • viola solo
  • Roméo et Juliette
    • Dramatic symphony in 7 movements for solo vocalists and chorus.
symphonie fantastique
Symphonie fantastique
  • Mvt. IV, “Marche au supplice”
  • idée fixe
  • First Program Symphony
felix mendelssohn
Felix Mendelssohn
  • Italian Symphony (No. 4)
  • Scottish Symphony (No. 3)
  • Hebrides - overture
  • Overture to “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
    • Incidental Music for A Midsummer Night’s Dream
overture to a midsummer night s dream
Overture to “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
  • Enchanted forest
  • Wood nymphs
  • King Oberon’s Court
  • Lovers
  • Acting Troupe
  • Sonata Allegro Form
robert schumann
Robert Schumann
  • 4 symphonies
  • No. 1 - Spring Symphony
franz liszt
Franz Liszt
  • 12 Symphonic poems
    • Les Préludes
  • Symphonies
    • Faust Symphony
    • Dante Symphony
johannes brahms
Johannes Brahms
  • Academic Overture
  • Tragic Overture
  • Variations on a theme of Haydn
johannes brahms symphonies
Johannes Brahms, Symphonies
  • 4 Symphonies.
    • No. 1 took 20 years to write
    • “Beethoven’s 10th”
  • Symphony No. 4 -
    • passacaglia/ chaconne theme with variations in Mvt. 4
symphony no 4 in e minor op 98
Symphony No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 98
  • Mvt. IV
    • passacaglia/chaconne
    • theme and 32 variations
anton bruckner
Anton Bruckner
  • 9 1/2 symphonies
    • Monumental in scale and character.
    • Symphony No. 4 - Romantic Symphony
piotr ilyyich tchaikovsky
Piotr Ilyyich Tchaikovsky
  • 4, 5 and 6 are best known symphonies
    • No. 6, the Pathétique
  • Overtures: 1812 Overture
    • Romeo and Juliet Overture
  • Ballets: Nutcracker
    • Swan Lake
    • Sleeping Beauty
symphony no 4 in f minor
Symphony No. 4 in F Minor
  • Program symphony
  • Sonata Allegro Form
    • Introduction: Knock of Fate
    • Primary: Anguish and Despair
    • Secondary: Escape from reality
antonin dvo k
Antonin Dvořák
  • 9 Symphonies
    • No. 9 the From the New World
    • Native American melodies
    • Negro Spirituals
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