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the goal of a romantic relationship is to become married.....


The Romantic Period spans from 1825-1900.


it started in 1765 and the romantic period ended in 1905.


the romantic period for music, was around 1815 to 1910 :)


The Romantic Period ranged from 1825 - 1900


Because romantic relationship is something that make us happy than an other kind of relationship, romantic relationship is a long relationship


No, Shadow doesn't have a romantic relationship with anyone.


The most important element in a romantic relationship is to be yourself


The Romantic period was in the 19th century 1820-1910 From about 1815 to 1910




In the Romantic Period orchestra, there were only four horns.


"Romantic relationship" in English is rapporto romanticoin Italian.


the answer is : Neoclassical era, Romantic era, Victorian era, modernist era.


WELL you see the romantic period was named the romantic period because 1:It was a time of slow meaningful music.2:The romantic period was an advance in honeymoon selections for music.3:IDK I guess it made the right mood at the right time.4:The romantic period was important to us today because if there were no romantic period were would love n\be today?5:The romantic period was a way to express our love in a song or poem.6:last but not least the romantic period gave Beethtoven more songs to write to express his feeling with a lovely song. Thank You For This Good And Important Question That I Have Answered. :P


yes Beethoven is from the romantic period


Set of variations in a short theme in romantic period?


The dates of the romantic time period is 1800-1900 Thank you, i hope i helped:)


This is because of the emotive qualities of the music written at the time.


it means that there will be some trouble every now and again, not every romantic relationship is perfect....


Neoclassical era Romantic era Victorian era Modernist era


Just do romantic stuff with the sim.


Poets placed emphasis on nature during the Romantic Period.



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