Baroque Timeline

Timeline created by Desterian
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  • Period:
    1550
    to

    De'Calvalieri

  • Period:
    1551
    to

    Caccini

  • Period:
    1557
    to

    Gabrieli

  • Period:
    1560
    to

    Viadana

  • Period:
    1560
    to

    Praetorius

  • Period:
    1561
    to

    Peri

  • Period:
    1562
    to

    Bull

  • Period:
    1563
    to

    Dowland

  • Period:
    1564
    to

    Hassler

  • Period:
    1564
    to

    Shakespeare

  • Period:
    1567
    to

    Monteverdi

  • Period:
    1567
    to

    Campion

  • Period:
    1568
    to

    Banchieri

  • Period:
    1570
    to

    Rossi

  • Period:
    1580
    to

    Agazzari

  • Period:
    1582
    to

    Gagliano

  • Period:
    1582
    to

    D'India

  • Period: to

    Gibbons

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    Frescobaldi

  • Period: to

    Schultz

  • Period: to

    Schein

  • Period: to

    Scheidt

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    Manelli

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    Early Baroque

    Genres: Opera, ballets, masses, magnificants, vespers, motets, madrigals, cantatas, and oratorios. Stylistic traits: Homophony/polyphony, free rhythms, start of tonality, poetic form, binary form, markings begin to be used, contrast, basso continuo. Inventions: Opera, oboe.
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    Cavalli

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    Carissimi

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    Du Mont

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    Strozzi

  • Period: to

    Locke

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    Bontempi

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    Legrenzi

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    Kerll

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    Baltzar

  • Period: to

    Lully

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    Buxtehude

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    J.C. Bach

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    Charpentier

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    Blow

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    Middle Baroque

    Genres: Cantatas, opera, concerto, sonata, trio, ballets. Stylistic traits: recitative melodies, basso continuo, tonal system, homophony/polyphony, ritornellos, strings dominated. Inventions: Candy cane, pocket watch.
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    Corelli

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    Pachelbel

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    Steffani

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    Torelli

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    Purcell

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    Scarlatti

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    Kuhnau

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    Ariosti

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    Couperin

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    Caldara

  • Period: to

    Albinoni

  • Period: to

    Keiser

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    Vivaldi

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    Telemann

  • Period: to

    Rameau

  • Period: to

    J.S. Bach

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    Handel

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    Scarlatti

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    Porpora

  • Period: to

    Tartini

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    Vinci

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    Quantz

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    Late Baroque

    Genres: opera, cantata, oratorio, concerto, sonata. Stylistic traits: Fortspinning, basso continuo, steady tempos, 16th notes, diatonic system established, polyphony/homophony, ritornello, fuges, da capo aria, binary form, "hair pins." Inventions: Piano, tuning fork.
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    Martini

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    Pergolesi