Tifanny W.

asked • 07/29/19

Hi can someone help me with the bold stuff i'm confused I don't know what to write.

We're nearing the end of the classical era. Here is one of Mozart's most well known piano sonatas. The second video is a piece from the next era called the "Romantic Era." Discuss some of the musical differences between the two pieces. Think about the tempo of each piece and expressive qualities. How do the musical sentences compare? A musical sentence is like in a language. You should hear what could be called a period like in a sentence. Which piece do you think is more vocally conceived or more lyrical? I think one of the pieces almost sounds like it could have been improvised. What do you think?   The Romantic era music saw and intensification of melodic and harmonic language. Can you hear it?


Mozart:




Chopin:







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