THE FATHER OF ROMANTIC ERA – LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770-1827)

Beethoven’s music is considered to be a transition between the Classical and Romantic era. The Classical era of music is characterized by a balance and clarity of form and structure, and a focus on melody, harmony, and rhythm.

The Romantic era, on the other hand, is characterized by a focus on emotion and expression, and a greater use of unconventional forms and harmonic progressions. Beethoven’s music straddles these two eras and is often considered to be the bridge between the two.

Beethoven’s early works, such as his piano sonatas and symphonies, were heavily influenced by the music of Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, both of whom were prominent composers of the Classical era. However, as he progressed in his career, Beethoven began to experiment with new forms and harmonic progressions, and his music became more complex and emotionally charged.

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