We are moving right along in our series about the 4 major periods of western classical music by learning about the Romantic Era in today’s episode. As a pianist, I’m rather partial to the music of this era — which was a time when many virtuoso pianists composed and performed. The expressive music in today’s episode makes for a beautiful and dramatic experience as we learn more about this period of time from 1830-1900.
Be sure to check out all the links I’ve included below to learn more about some of the composers from this period that we’ve discussed previously on the podcast.
Links Mentioned in this Episode:
Previous Episodes About Romantic Composers:
Music Heard in this Episode:
Music Listening Schedule for Episode 80
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