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How the baroque music differ from the Renaissance music?

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06/01/2009

To generalize, Renaissance composers sought to express celestial harmony, Baroque composers sought to depict human emotion. Compositionally, Renaissance music is a congruence of equal parts. Baroque music is built hierarchically above a bass line (continuo). Renaissance music is a congruence of equal parts. Baroque music is built hierarchically above a bass line (continuo).