the barroque period

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  • 1556

    start of the barrel

    start of the barrel
    The beginning of the Baroque was marked in the different European States by different historical events: In Spain, the accession to the throne of Felipe II (1556) and the beginning of Spanish hegemony (which would last until the
  • Baroque art

    Baroque art
    Baroque art is characterized by realism, rich, intense colors, and strong light and shadow, as opposed to Renaissance art.
  • Counter Reformation

    Counter Reformation
    Counter Reformation. Religious, intellectual and political movement aimed at combating the effects of the Protestant Reformation. The Counter Reformation took place within the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church in the 16th and 17th centuries. It was started by Pope Paul III.
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    The music of the Baroque

    The music of the Baroque period is the musical style, related to the European cultural era of the same name.
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    Thirty Years' War

    the Thirty Years' War tore at the heart of Europe between 1618 and 1648: a quarter of the German population died in violence, famine and pestilence, entire regions of central Europe were devastated in a ceaseless sweep of armies, and many took decades to recover
  • Antonio Vivaldi t

    Antonio Vivaldi t
    Antonio Vivaldi was a Venetian Baroque composer, violinist, impresario, teacher, and Catholic priest. He was nicknamed Il prete rosso for being a priest and redhead.
  • The transition to classicism

    The transition to classicism
    For many academics, the end of the Baroque period is established with the death of the composer Johan Sebastian Bach on July 28, 1750.
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    Baroque literature

    Baroque literature is a European literary style that developed during the seventeenth century in Spain. It was characterized by ornamentation, word games, the search for emotion