Romantic Songs- Lieder.

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What is a Lied?
A Lied's a song for one singer and a piano.
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When where Lieder popular?
Massively popular in Europe during the Romantic-period.
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When was the Romantic-period?
1820-1900
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Romantic music composers?
Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin and Wagner.
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What do Lieder often do?
Tell a story, the music illustrates the words, so you can tell when it gets sad or scary.
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What structure does Lied have?
Some Lieder are through composed. This means that the music is different in each verse. Others have a Strophic structure, where all the verses have the same tune.
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What is a motif?
Little bits of music that represent an idea, character or place.
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Best known composer for Lieder?
Schubert, he wrote over 600.
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