Development of Music

Timeline created by Alyssia.NMM
In Music
  • 500

    Medieval Music- 500 - 1420

    Medieval Music- 500 - 1420
    Medieval music consists of songs, instrumental pieces, and sacred music. Medieval music was a period of Western music, including sacred music used for the church, secular music, vocal music, and non-religious music.
  • 1400

    Renaissance Music- 1400 - 1600

    Renaissance Music- 1400 - 1600
    Renaissance music was a piece of vocal and instrumental music written and performed in Europe during the Renaissance epoch. Renaissance music was all about, music based on modes or with a richer texture. Polyphony is one of the terms used for Renaissance music. Smooth flow of harmony progression of chords.
  • Baroque age Music devlopment

    Baroque age Music devlopment
    Baroque age was a type of Western Music period from approximately 1600 till 1750. This epoch followed the Renaissance music era and was followed in turn by the Classical period. The Baroque period is divided into three phases: early (1580-1650), middle (1630-1700), and late (1680-1750). Throughout the Baroque era, new developments in music originated in Italy; the three phases took place in Italy in different periods of time and places.
  • Galant Music -1720-1770

    Galant Music -1720-1770
    In music, Galant refers to the style which was fashionable from the 1720s to the 1770s. This movement featured a return to simplicity and immediacy of appeal after the complexity of the late Baroque era. The Galant type of music development set a clear distinction between soloist and accompaniment.
    This musical style was part of the wider galant movement in art at the time.
  • Romantic Music era- 1800 - 1909

    Romantic Music era- 1800 - 1909
    Romantic Music refers to the Romantic era where the romantic movement was an artistic, literary, and intellectual, that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe and strengthened in reaction to the Industrial Revolution. The romantic evolution also includes nationalism.
  • Modernism- 1890-1980

    Modernism referred to a period of change and development within the artistic field. Similar to Artist of the period, composers felt the necessity of taking a break from past conventions in music.
    Modernist era-1890–1980 Impressionism- 1890–1930
    2nd Viennese School-1900–1970
    Serialism- 1920–1980
  • Postmodernist Music era -1930

    Postmodernist describes any music that follows aesthetical and philosophical trends of postmodernism.
    Postmodernist era-. 1930 Neoromanticism-1930
    Contemporary- 1950
  • 20th-21th modern day Music development

    Modern-day Music humus of each and every single musical movement, but most commonly rap, chill, or Lo-fi music. Each of those has different taste of music so we all compare several, unlike music which, at the end result, always make us appear in harmony and comfortable with.
    The defining feature of modern music is the breaking-down of all traditional aesthetic conventions, including melody, rhythm, and chord progression.