Composers from the late 1700s to early 1900s wrote music that had emotions, imagery, and nationalism. What I mean is that before this time, there was only major (happy), and minor (sad or serious) tones to songs, like in the Baroque ad Classical eras. They say Beethoven was the first Romantic Composer because he put the emotion of "Anger" in a some of his pieces, something never done before. Romantic Composers liked to put extreme emotions like anger, anguish, or extreme happiness in some of their songs. Just to also make known, Symphonie Fantastique (premiered 1830) by Berlioz was considered very contraversal because of the tones he had in it, and it was one of the first songs to ever have a STORY to go along with it.
Imagery used was when a composer could have been inspired by something like a place, or an event, and they would write music that would imitate or remind the listener of that thing. An example of a piece would be Respighi's Fountains of Rome. He was inspired to make music about Rome, and made a piece of music for each of 4 famous fountains found in that city. He was a late Romantic composer, and made this piece 1916-1917.
Last is the nationalism that was sweeping through all the composers during this time and even before. Composers of different countries would make music to show their pride in their country and culture (Hence, Respighi, an Italian composer, treated Rome as a part of his culture he could off to the world). Some would even go to other countries to copy that other country's culture (For example, a Russian composer going purposely to Finland to write a song or two about it). Every composer had their own style, but it was always important to do something for their country.
All these characteristics made Romantic Era music made very interesting to listen to, to imagine what the composer wanted you to imagine.
Feelings and emotion.
emotion and feeling
...Romantic Period of classical music.
Independent business persons, earning their living by performing music, writing music for specific occasions and commissions, and collecting royalties on published music.
The rise of vernacular literature inspired composers to make music that represented native styles instead of imitating Paris or Vienna. Thus, we find Eastern European folk melodies in classical music of the Romantic Period.
they wrote their music for themselves. they wrote about their countries challenges politics and history.
the romantic period
1. The Romantic era produced many more composers music that is still popular today. 2. It started in 1820 and ended in 1900. 3. Beethoven was one of the most popular composers then.
The Romantic period of music is after the Classical period. Its approximate years are 1800-1920. A striking feature in this period was increasing music nationalism. Until then classical music were dominated by a few countries including Germany, France and Italy. Dvorak, Chopin, Smetana and Sibelius are among the Romantic composers from across the globe.
Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky was a Russian composer who worked during music's Romantic period. He lived from 1840 to 1893 and was part of a generation of Russian composers writing "nationalist" music, i.e., music that featured distinctively Russian characteristics
Romantic period music had many emotions including patriotic feelings. Composers such as Franz Peter Schubert, Robert Schumann, Frédéric François Chopin, Johann Strauss II, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi, Wilhelm Richard Wagner were popular during this period.
Well, I'm doing a project during the Industrial Revolution, and it during the Romantic Period with composers like Franz Lidst and Chopin, so if you look them up you could find the answer
the romantic period for music, was around 1815 to 1910 :)
You did not give us the words, but here's a suggestion. The Romantic period was the era of such great classical composers as Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Schumann, Schubert, and Chopin. Some words to describe the music of this period would be innovative, creative, and emotional.
Ludwig van Beethoven did a lot for the Romantic period in music, after him the Romantic period settled with great composers in Germany, Austria and France. Franz Schubert, Anton Bruckner and Gustav Mahler, the French with leading composer Hector Berlioz.
Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) was one of the leading composers of the Romantic period - a period of music generally seen as lasting between c. 1800 and c. 1910.
yes he did indeedhe was one of the last "greatest champions" of European romantic musicRachmaninoff was one of the last great Russian romantic composers.he was one of the most influential pianists of the centuryhe's a great composer!he was born in 1873 and died in 1943Better AnswerIn the early part of his life, yes. The later part of his life was more in the Modern period of music.
influenced romantic composers
There is a difference between the Romantic period in literature and in music. The Romantic period in literature is usually dated earlier than that of literature. The dating of periods is frequently a contentious issue, as periods are typically labelled retroactively. Concerning music, the latter period you stated (1820-1910) is the better answer, as many Romantic composers were active during that time (e.g. Dvorak, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov)