Baroque: Operas, arias, Monody, cantatas, oratorio, reniassance, sonata, concerto, suite, overture, fugue, Passacaglia, Chaconne, cantata, concertos

Timeline created by morganp2018
In Music
  • Period:
    1567
    to

    Claudio Monteverdi

    Dissonance, Seconda prattica
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    Francesca Caccini

    Soprano, 1st woman composer, wealthy
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    Barbara Strozzi

    Studied under Cavalli, 8 sets of songs
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    Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber

    one of most important violin composers, Catholic Sacred music, mid-baroque
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    Arcangelo Corelli

    Italian, Suite composer
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    Henry Purcell

    court of Charles II, singer and organist
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    Alessandro Scarlatti

    Father of Domenico, teacher in Naples
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    Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre

    wonder of our century, 17th century, French
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    Francois Couperin

    French, suite composer
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    Antonio Vivaldi

    800 concertos, greatest master of the Baroque concerto
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    Georg Philip Telemann

    German Composer, 125 orchestral suites
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    Jean-Joseph Mouret

    composed for son of King Louis XIV, entertainment music
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    Domenico Scarlatti

    keyboard, progressive, 500 sonatas
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    G. F. Handel

    German, lived in England, wrote Italian music
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    J. S. Bach

    most skilled musician in the baroque, wrote in all genres but opera