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Classical music may not cater to the taste of the average millennial but it is a great part of the human history. Although we widely believe that it was first introduced in the mid-1700s, that’s not truly the case.
Anyone who wants a detailed timeline can look below.
Anyone who doesn’t, can skip straight to the end of the list!
• The ancient period, before 500 AD
• the early music period, which includes
• the Medieval (500–1400) including
• the ars antiqua (1170–1310)
• the ars nova (1310–1377)
• the ars subtilior (1360–1420)
• the Renaissance (1400–1600) eras.
• Baroque (1600–1750)
• the galant music period (1720s–1770s)
• the common-practice period, which includes
• Baroque (1600–1750)
• the galant music period (1720s–1770s)
• Classical (1750–1820)
• Romantic eras (c.1780–1910)
• the 20th century (1901–2000) which includes
• the modern (1890–1930) that overlaps from the late-19th century,
• the high modern (1930–present)
• the impressionism (1875–1925) that also overlaps from the late-19th century
• the neoclassicism (1920–1950), predominantly in the inter-war period
• the postmodern (1930–present) eras
• the experimental (1950–present)
• contemporary (1945 or 1975–present)
Now for the big guns! We mean the big musicians who put classical music where it is now. There’s Ludwig Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach, Frederic Choplin and plenty of others! These geniuses still live through their work which are widely used in movies and musicals!     (Beethoven’s symphonies in Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 classic “A Clockwork Orange”)

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