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  • Music Eras
    • Medieval  1100-1450
      • Instruments
        • Hurdy Gurdy
        • Fiddle
        • Lute
        • Psaltery
      • Plainsong
      • Monophonic
      • Sang in Latin, by monks
      • Melisamtic
      • A Cappella
    • Renaissance 1450-1600
      • Polyphonic
      • Latin
      • High and low voices
      • A Cappella
      • Instruments
        • Lute
        • Virginals
        • Viol
      • Composers
        • William Byrd
        • Thomas Tallis
    • Baroque 1600-1750
      • Elaborate and energetic
      • Grand long phrases
      • Complicated harmonies
      • Polyphonic textures
        • Untitled
      • Composers
        • Vivaldi
          • Four Seasons
        • Purcell
        • Pachelbel
          • Pachelbel's Canon
      • Insruments
        • Strings dominated the orchestra
        • Harpsichord
        • Organ
      • Grand long phrases
      • Complicated harmony
      • Composers
        • Purcell
        • Handel
        • Vivaldi
      • Semiquaver runs
      • Instruments
        • Violin
        • Strings dominated the orchestra
        • Wooden recorders
      • Famous Pieces
        • Pachelbel's Canon
        • Vivaldi's Four Seasons
        • Handel's Messiah
    • Classical 1750-1810
      • Refined, elegant, graceful
      • Simple harmonies
      • Predictable and neat
      • Instruments
        • Piano now invented
        • Orchestra now complete
    • Classiscal 1750-1810
      • Refined
      • Elegant and graceful
      • Predictable and a clear sense of key
      • Composers
        • Mozart
        • Hayden
        • Beethoven
      • Instruments
        • Piano invented
        • Orchestra now complete, though quite small
        • Clarinet invented
      • Famous Pieces
        • Sonata in C
        • Clock and Surprise symphonies

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