Step 3-4 - Music History - Romanticism in Music (Beethoven, Mozart)

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Step 3-4 - Music History - Romanticism in Music (Beethoven, Mozart)

  • Develops literacy, vocabulary, geography, history!
  • Exposes the student to great composers lives and works!
  • Fun, creative hands-on work!
  • Develops critical thinking skills!
  • Develops study in a self-determined manner!

An incredible music history course, with dozens of hours of links to musical selections played by some of the greatest musicians of the 20th century, carefully researched and located on the Internet.

The course covers the Romantic Period of music, and those great composer who led up to it. It starts with Monteverdi, the father of Opera. The student studies his life, and watches videos of scenes from some of the earliest operas.

This is followed by the lives and works of many of the greatest composers in history.

Franz Joseph Haydn's life is looked at. The father of the Symphony and author of over 100 of them, many of his works are studied.

Mozart, one of the greatest of all composers, and his brief, tragic life is studied. The student watches and listens to many selected works of this most vital and fascinating of composers.

The master of the Romantic period of music, Beethoven, follows. Again, with Mozart, he's considered one of the short list of the greatest of composers, ever. His piano works, orchestral and symphonic works are studied, conducted by masters like Leonard Bernstein, in many videos.

Finally, the fascinating works and life of Mahler are studied, the bridge out of the romantic age and into the modern.

Weeks of musical enlightenment and joy to wait. An "Ode to joy" to some of the greatest composer of all time!

Composers and concepts covered in this course:

  • What is music?
  • Romanticism
  • Peri
  • Monteverdi
  • A. Scarlatti
  • D. Scarlatti
  • Gluck
  • Haydn, the Father of the Symphony
  • Mozart
  • Beethoven
  • Mahler
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