• Period: 477 to 1492

    Middle ages

    In European history, the Middle Ages was the period between the end of the Roman Empire in 476 AD and about 1500 AD,
  • 705

    Gregorian chant

    Is a music form of monophonic, unaccompanied sacred song in Latin
  • 992

    Guido D´Arezzo

    Guido D´Arezzo
    was an Italian music theorist and pedagogue of High medieval music. He was one of the first great composers of the history. He die in 1033
  • 1098

    Hildegard von Bingen

    Hildegard von Bingen
    She was a German Benedictine abbess and polymath active as a writer, composer, philosopher-. She is one of the best-known composers of sacred monophony,
  • 1135

    Bernart de Vertadorn

    Bernart de Vertadorn
    Bernart de Ventadorn, also known as Bernart de Ventadour and Bernard de Ventadorn, was a popular Provençal troubadour, composer, and poet. He is probably the best-known trobador of the style
  • 1150


    He was the first known significant composer of polyphonic organum. He was member in the Notre Damm School in France. He die in 1201
  • Period: 1170 to 1310

    Ars Antiqua

  • 1221

    ALfonso x el Sabio

    ALfonso x el Sabio
    Alfonso X of Castile, known as the Wise, was the king of the Crown of Castile and the other titled kingdoms between 1252 and 1284. On the death of his father, Ferdinand III the Saint, he resumed the offensive against the Muslims and occupied Jerez, Salé, the port of Rabat and conquered Cadiz.
  • 1300

    Guillaume de Machaut

    Guillaume de Machaut
    Guillaume de Machaut was a French medieval clergyman, poet, and composer. His projection was enormous and he is historically the greatest representative of the movement known as Ars nova, being considered the most famous composer of the fourteenth century. He contributed to the development of the motet and secular song
  • Period: 1320 to 1375

    Ars Nova

  • 1397

    Francisco Landini

    Francisco Landini
    He was an Italian composer, poet, organist, singer and instrument make. He die in 1397
  • Period: 1400 to


    Renacimiento es el nombre dado en el siglo XIX a un amplio movimiento cultural que se produjo en Europa Occidental durante los siglos XV y XVI.​ Fue un periodo de transición entre la Edad Media y los inicios de la Edad Moderna. Wikipedia
  • 1468

    Johannes Gutenberg

    Johannes Gutenberg
    Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg, más conocido como Johannes Gutenberg ​ o Johannes Gutemberg, fue un orfebre alemán, inventor de la prensa de imprenta moderna con tipos móviles, hacia 1450.
  • 1468

    Juan Del Encina

    Juan Del Encina
    Juan de Fermoselle, better known as Juan del Encina (in the current spelling of his name) or Juan del Enzina (in the spelling of the time), was a poet, musician and playwright of the Spanish Renaissance at the time of the Catholic Monarchs.
  • 1483

    Martin Lutero

    Martin Lutero
    Martin Luther, born Martin Luder, was an Augustinian Catholic theologian, philosopher, and friar who initiated and promoted the Protestant Reformation in Germany and whose teachings inspired the theological and cultural doctrine called Lutheranism.
  • Period: Jan 1, 1493 to

    Modern Age

  • 1500

    Cristobal de Morales

    Cristobal de Morales
    Cristóbal de Morales was born in Seville where he had an expensive education. He pass all his infancy studying and compusing music. He compose sacred music and he die in 1553
  • 1510

    Antonio De Cabezon

    Antonio De Cabezon
    Antonio was a Spanish Renaissance composer and organist. Blind from childhood, He frequently composed organ masses and liturgical music
  • 1532

    Orlando di Lasso

    Orlando di Lasso
    He composed in the Franco-Flemish school in the nort of france and belgium. He composed poliphony music
  • 1533

    Andrea Gabrieli

    Andrea Gabrieli
    He was an Italian composer and organist of the late Renaissance. His uncle taught him and he was more famous than he and he was member of the Venecian school one of the more importats in the epoch
  • 1544

    Maddalena Casulana

    Maddalena Casulana
    He was an Italian composer, lutenist and singer of the late Renaissance. She is the first female composer to have had a whole book of her music printed and published in the history of western music
  • 1547

    Giovanni Pierlugi da Palestrina

    Giovanni Pierlugi da Palestrina
    was an Italian composer of late Renaissance music. He live in Rome where he was the most important compuser in Roma
  • 1548

    Tomas Luis de Victoria

    Tomas Luis de Victoria
    He was an important spanish composer. He compose in the reinnasance and he was so important in his epoch
  • 1557

    Giovanni Gabrielli

    Giovanni Gabrielli
    was an Italian composer and organist. He was one of the most influential musicians of his time, and represents the culmination of the style of the Venetian School, at the time of the shift from Renaissance to Baroque idioms. His uncle was Andrea Gabrielli who was more famous than he in music
  • 1557


    Perotin was a medieval French composer, He was the most famous composer in the Notre Damm school he died around 1230.
  • 1566

    Carlo Gesualdo

    Carlo Gesualdo
    He was an italian composer, he was famous for his music in the late renaissance, he wrote madrigals and sacra music.
    He also killed his first wife and a few years later in 1613 he die
  • Period: to


    The barroco was an historic timespan which advances in art; music, architecture or theatre. Barroco was caracterised in music by poliphony and complex rhythm.
  • Christoph Willibald Gluck

    Christoph Willibald Gluck
    He born un Germany.He was consireded on of the most importants compositor of french and Italian opera of the history, He live in the in the early classical period.
  • Mozart

    He born un Austria,Salzburgo and He wrote in many different musical genres. Perhaps his best-known works are operas, piano concertos, piano sonatas, symphonies, and string quartets.
  • Nannerl Mozart

    Nannerl Mozart
    She is the little sister of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, she isn't so reconoced in this epoch but in the XVIII she is considedered a great composer bu for beggining a woman doesn't stand out or earn so mucho money.
  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Ludwig van Beethoven
    (Bonn, now Germany, 1770 - Vienna, 1827) German composer. Born in the bosom of a family of Flemish origin, his father, before the evident qualities for the music that the small Ludwig demonstrated, tried to make of him a second Mozart, although with scarce success.
  • Joseph Haydn

    Joseph Haydn
    Franz Joseph Haydn , known as Joseph Haydn, was an Austrian composer. He is one of the greatest representatives of the Classical period, as well as being known as the "father of the symphony" and the "father of the string quartet" thanks to his important contributions to both genres.
  • Maria Teresa Von Paradis

    Maria Teresa Von Paradis
    Maria Theresia von Paradis was an Austrian pianist and composer. Although she completely lost her sight at the age of three, this did not prevent the production and work of this great pianist, singer and composer from standing out.
  • Robert Schumann

    He was a German composer, pianist and music critic of the 19th century, considered one of the most important and representative composers of musical Romanticism.
    He composer compositions for piano and orchestra in the comencé of his career and later he compose óperas,sinphonie.etc.
  • Listz

    He was a Hungarian composer, virtuoso pianist, conductor, and teacher of the Romantic period.
    Liszt taught piano performance to hundreds of students throughout his life, many of which went on to become notable performers
  • Verdi

    He was an Italian Romantic composer of opera, one of the most important composers of all time.He compose in the second part of the nineteenth century and he compose principaly operas like
  • Wagner

    Was a German composer, theatre director, polemicist, and conductor who is chiefly known for his operas.His compositions, particularly those of his later period, are notable for their complex textures, rich harmonies and orchestration, and the elaborate use of leitmotifs.
  • Clara Schumann

    He was a German pianist, composer, and piano teacher. Regarded as one of the most distinguished pianists of the Romantic era.
    She also composed solo piano pieces, a piano concerto chamber music, choral pieces, and songs.
  • Shubert

    Franz Peter Schubert was an Austrian composer of early Romantic music, but at the same time a continuation of the classical sonata modelled on Ludwig van Beethoven.
  • Felix Mendelssohn

    Felix Mendelssohn
    Felix Mendelssohn, whose full name was Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, was a German composer, conductor and pianist of Romantic music, and brother of fellow pianist and composer Fanny Mendelssohn.
  • Hector Berlioz

    Hector Berlioz
    Louis Hector Berlioz was a French composer and leading figure of Romanticism. His best known work is the Symphonie fantastique, premiered in 1830.
  • Tchaikovski

    He was a Russian composer of the Romantic period. He was the first Russian composer whose music would make a lasting impression internationally. Tchaikovsky wrote some of the most popular concert and theatrical music in the current classical repertoire, including the ballets Swan Lake

    Frédéric François Chopin was a French-Polish teacher, composer and virtuoso pianist, considered one of the most important in history and one of the greatest representatives of musical Romanticism.
  • Johannes Brahms

    Johannes Brahms
    Johannes Brahms (Hamburg, 7 May 1833 - Vienna, 3 April 1897) was a German Romantic composer, pianist and conductor, considered the most classical of the Romantic composers.
  • Gustavo Mahler

    He was an Austro-Bohemian composer and conductor whose works are considered the most important composer of the post-renacentism
  • Hugo Wolf

    Hugo Wolf
    (Windischgraz, 1860 - Vienna, 1903) Austrian composer. His restless and tormented life reflected the spiritual turmoil of late Romanticism, to which he passionately adhered. In 1875 he entered the Conservatory in the Austrian capital and began to associate with Wagner, who came to Vienna to conduct Tannhäuser and Lohengrin.
  • Giacomo Puccini

    Giacomo Puccini
    Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini, better known simply as Giacomo Puccini, was an Italian opera composer, considered among the greatest, of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He was a visionary, creator of the music concepts that would govern cinema during the 20th century.
  • Wagner

    He was a German composer, conductor, poet, essayist, playwright and musical theorist of Romanticism. His operas stand out mainly. Unlike other opera composers, who generally left the task of writing a libretto (text and lyrics) to others, Wagner wrote his own librettos(Lyric)
  • Rossini

    He was an Italian composer who gained fame for his 39 operas, although he also wrote many songs, some chamber and piano music pieces, and some sacred music.He compose new types of opera sería y buffa