The Romantic Period (1810s-1890)

Timeline created by sjhumphries
In Music
  • Styles of the romantic era (in description)

    Character pieces
    Lied
    Synphonic music
    Program music
    Opera
    Singspeile
    Synphonies

    Mazurka
    Concertos
    Sonata
    Opera seria (serious opera)
    Opera buffa (comic opera)
    Part songs (unaccompanied secular songs in 3 or 4 parts)
    The oratorio
    The Mass
    The Requiem Mass
  • War of 1812 starts and ends

  • Erlkönig by Schubert

    important work
  • Der Freischütz (The Free shooter or Magic Bullet) by Weber

  • Mexico becomes a republic

  • world's first photograph.

  • Norma by Bellini

  • Mazurka in B-flat minor, Opus 24, No. 4 by Chopin

  • Victoria becomes queen of Great Britain

  • Lower and Upper Canada united.

  • Symphony #4 in Dm op.120 by Schumann

  • The New York Philharmonic was founded

  • first anesthetic

  • California gold rush begins.

  • Rigoletto by Verdi

  • Le banjo: Fantasie grotesque by Gottschalk

  • Variations in E-flat on an Original Theme Woo.24 by Schumann

  • civil war starts

  • The Bartered Bride by Smetana

    important work
  • civil war ends

  • Germany is unified

  • Má vlast by Smetana

    important work
  • The Moldau by Smetana

  • Peer Gynt by Grieg

  • Symphony No. 3 in F Major, Op. 90 by Brahms

  • Finlandia by Sibelius

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    Cherubini

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    Beethoven

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    Hoffmann

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    Weber

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    Weber

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    Rossini

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    Rossini

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    Schubert

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    Donizetti

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    Donizetti

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    Bellini

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    Bellini

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    Berlioz

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    Fanny Mendelssohn

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    Felix Mendelssohn

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    The Romantic Period (1810s-1890)

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    Robert Schumann

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    Chopin

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    Franz Liszt

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    Wagner

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    Verdi

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    Clara Schumann

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    Offenbach

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    Smetana

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    Foster

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    Gottschalk

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    Brahms

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    Bizet

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    Dvorak

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    Grieg

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    Elgar

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    Albéniz

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    Paderewski

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    Delius

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    Sibelius

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    Granados

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    Falla