Timeline Two: The Baroque Era (1600-1730s)

Timeline created by victoriatonsfeldt
In Music
  • Galileo Discovers Saturn's Rings

  • Salem Witch Trials

  • Piano is Invented

    c. 1700
  • Tuning Fork is Invented

  • Period:
    1550
    to

    De'Calvelieri

    c. 1550-1602, early
  • Period:
    1551
    to

    Caccini

    Early
  • Period:
    1557
    to

    Gabrieli

    c. 1557-1612, Early
  • Period:
    1560
    to

    Viadana

    c. 1560-1637, Early
  • Period:
    1560
    to

    Praetorius

    Early
  • Period:
    1561
    to

    Peri

    Early
  • Period:
    1562
    to

    Bull

    c. 1562-1628, Early
  • Period:
    1563
    to

    Dowland

    c. 1563-1626, Early
  • Period:
    1564
    to

    Hassler

    Early
  • Period:
    1564
    to

    Shakespeare

    Early
  • Period:
    1567
    to

    Monteverdi

    Early
  • Period:
    1567
    to

    Campion

    Early
  • Period:
    1568
    to

    Banchieri

    Early
  • Period:
    1570
    to

    Rossi

    c. 1570-c. 1630, Early
  • Period:
    1580
    to

    Agazzari

    c. 1580-1642, Early
  • Period:
    1582
    to

    Gagliano

    Early
  • Period:
    1582
    to

    D'india

    c. 1582-1629, Early
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    Gibbons

    Early
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    Frescobaldi

    Early
  • Period: to

    Schütz

    Middle
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    Schein

    Early
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    Scheidt

    Early
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    Manelli

    c. 1595/97-1667, Early
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    Early Baroque Era

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    Genres of the Early Baroque Era

    Opera, Ballets, Masses, Magnificats, Vespers, Motets, Madrigals, Cantatas, Oratorios
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    Stylistic Traits of the Early Baroque Era

    Primarily Homophony/Polyphony, Rhythyms were often free, It was the beginnings of true tonality, Used Poetic Form and Binary Form, Musical markings were starting to be implemented, Lots of contrast, Basso continuo was used
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    Cavalli

    Middle
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    Carissimi

    Early
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    Du Mont

    c. 1610-1684, Middle
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    Strozzi

  • Period: to

    Locke

    c. 1621-1677, Middle
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    Bontempi

    c. 1625-1705, Middle
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    Legrenzi

    Middle
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    Kerll

    Middle
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    Baltzar

    c. 1631-1663, Middle
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    Lully

    Middle
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    Buxtehude

    c. 1637-1707, Middle
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    J.C. Bach

    Middle
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    Charpentier

    Middle
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    Blow

    1648/49-1708, Middle
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    Middle Baroque Era

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    Genres of the Middle Baroque Era

    Cantatas, Operas, Concerto, Sonata, Trio, Ballets
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    Stylistic Traits of the Middle Baroque Era

    Recitative Melodies, Basso Continuo, Tonal System, Homophony/Polyphony, Ritornellos, Strings were the dominant instrument
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    Corelli

    Middle
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    Pachelbel

    Middle
  • Period: to

    Steffani

    Middle
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    Torelli

    Middle
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    Purcell

    Middle
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    Scarlatti

    Late
  • Period: to

    Kuhnau

    Late
  • Period: to

    Ariosti

    Late
  • Period: to

    Couperin

    Late
  • Period: to

    Caldara

    c. 1670-1736, Late
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    Albinoni

    1671-1750/51, Late
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    Keiser

    Late
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    Vivaldi

    Late
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    Telemann

    Late
  • Period: to

    Rameau

    Late
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    J. S. Bach

    Late
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    Handel

    Late
  • Period: to

    Scarlatti

    Late
  • Period: to

    Porpora

    Late
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    Tartini

    Late
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    Vinci

    c. 1696-1730, Late
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    Quantz

    Late
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    Late Baroque Era

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    Genres of the Late Baroque Era

    Opera, Cantata, Oratorio, Concerto, Sonata
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    Stylistic Traits of the Late Baroque Era

    Fortspinning, Basso Continuo, Steady tempos, 16th Notes, Diatonic system established, Polyphony/Homophony, Ritornello, Fuges, Da Capo Arias, Binary Form, "Hair pins"
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    Martini

    Late
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    Pergolesi

    Late