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Classical Baroque Music

Baroque music 

Baroque music is a style of Western art music composed from approximately 1600 to 1750. This era followed the Renaissance, and was followed in turn by the Classical era. The word "baroque" comes from the Portuguese word barroco, meaning misshapen pearl, a negative description of the ornate and heavily ornamented music of this period. Later, the name came to apply also to the architecture of the same period.

Baroque music forms a major portion of the "classical music" canon, being widely studied, performed, and listened to. Composers of the Baroque era include Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, Alessandro Scarlatti, Domenico Scarlatti, Antonio Vivaldi, Henry Purcell, Georg Philipp Telemann, Jean-Baptiste Lully, Arcangelo Corelli, Tomaso Albinoni, François Couperin, Denis Gaultier, Claudio Monteverdi, Heinrich Schütz, Jean-Philippe Rameau, Jan Dismas Zelenka, and Johann Pachelbel.

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Composers Baroque music

  • Agrell, Johan (1701 - 1765)Albinoni, Tomaso (1671 - 1751)
  • Aleotti, Bonaventura (c. 1640 - 1687)
  • Astorga, Juan Oliver y (1733 - 1830)
  • Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714 - 1788)
  • Bach, Johann Christian (1735 - 1782)
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685 - 1750)
  • Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann [1710 - 1784)
  • Barbella, Francesco (1692 - 1733)
  • Barsanti, Francesco (1690 - 1772)
  • Bassani, Giovanni Battista (ca. 1647 - 1716)
  • Battiferri Luigi, d'Urbino (ca. 1610 - ca. 1682)
  • Benda, Franz (1709 - 1786)
  • Benda, Friedrich (1745 - 1814)
  • Blavet, Michel (1700 - 1768)
  • Boccherini, Luigi (1743 - 1805)
  • Bodinus, Sebastian (1700 - 1759)
  • Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de (1689 - 1755)
  • Bon, Anna (1738/40 - 1767)
  • Bononcini, Giovanni (1670 - 1747)
  • Buffardin Pierre-Gabriel (1690 - 1768)
  • Campra, André (1660 - 1744)
  • Cauciello, Prospero (ca. 1730 - ca. 1790)
  • Cecere, Carlo (1706 - 1761)
  • Charpentier, Marc-Antoine (1643 - 1704)
  • Chédeville, Nicolas (1705 - 1782)
  • Cimarosa, Domenico (1749 - 1801)
  • Clérambault, Louis-Nicolas (1676 - 1749)
  • Colista, Lelio (1629 - 1680)
  • Corelli, Arcangelo (1653 - 1713)
  • Corrette, Michel (1707 - 1795)
  • Couperin, François (1683 - 1733)
  • Dall'Abaco, Evaristo Felice (1675 - 1742)
  • Dandrieu, Jean-François (1682? - 1738)
  • de Fesch, Willem (1687 - 1761)
  • De la Barre, Michel (1675 - 1745)
  • de Lalande, Michel-Richard (1657 - 1726)
  • Demachi, Giuseppe (1740 - 1791)
  • Destouches, Andrè Cardinal (1672 - 1749)
  • Dieupart, Charles (c.1667 - 1740)
  • Dornel, Louis-Antoine (1685 - 1765)
  • Duval, François (1672 - 1728)
  • Endler, Johann Samuel (1694 - 1762)
  • Fanfani, Giuseppe Maria
  • Fasch, Johann Friedrich (1688 - 1758)
  • Fischer, Johann (1646 – 1716)
  • Fischietti, Domenico (1725 - 1810)
  • Freillon-Poncein, Jean-Pierre (ca. 1655 - ca. 1720)
  • Friedrich der Große (1714 - 1786)
  • Fux, Johann Joseph (1660 - 1741)
  • Gabrieli, Giovanni (1557 - 1612)
  • Galuppi, Baldassare, il Buranello (1706 - 1785)
  • Gasparini, Francesco (1661 - 1727)
  • Gautier (Gaultier), Pierre (1642 - 1696)
  • Geminiani, Francesco (1687 - 1762)
  • Graun, Carl Heinrich (1704 - 1759)
  • Graun, Johann Gottlieb (1703 - 1771)
  • Graupner, Christoph (1683 - 1760)
  • Gronemann, Johannes Albertus (ca. 1710 - 1778)
  • Guillemain, Louis-Gabriel (1705 - 1770)
  • Guillemant, Benoît (17?? - 17??)
  • Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685 - 1759)
  • Hasse, Johann Adolf (1699 - 1783)
  • Haydn, Franz Joseph (1732 - 1809)
  • Haydn, Michael (1737 - 1806)
  • Heinichen, Johann David (1683 - 1729)
  • Hotteterre, Jacques Martin “le Romain” (ca. 1674 - 1763)
  • Jommelli, Nicolò (1714 - 1774)
  • Joplin, Scott (1868 - 1917)
  • Kleinknecht, Jakob Friedrich (1722 - 1794)
  • Lampugnani, Giovanni Battista (c. 1708 - 1788)
  • Leclair, Jean-Marie (1697 - 1764)
  • Leo, Leonardo (1694 - 1744)
  • Locatelli, Pietro Antonio (1695 - 1764)
  • Lonati, Carlo Ambrogio (c.1645 - c.1715)
  • Lotti, Antonio (1667 - 1740)
  • Lully, Jean-Baptiste (1632 – 1687)
  • Mancini, Francesco (1672 - 1737)
  • Manfredini, Francesco (1684 - 1762)
  • Marais, Marin (1656 - 1728)
  • Marcello, Alessandro (1669 - 1747)
  • Marini, Biagio (1597 - 1665)
  • Mascitti, Michele (1664? - 1760)
  • Molter, Johann Melchior (1696 - 1775)
  • Mondonville, Jean-Joseph Cassaneà de (1711 - 1772)
  • Montéclair, Michel Pignolet de (1667 - 1737)
  • Monteverdi, Claudio (1567 - 1643)
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756 - 1791)
  • Muffat, Georg (1653 - 1704)
  • Naudot, Jacques-Christophe (ca. 1690 – 1762)
  • P. Collasse - J-B. Matho - P. Gautier
  • Paisiello, Giovanni (1740 - 1816)
  • Pasquini, Bernardo (1637 - 1710)
  • Pepusch, Johann Christoph (1667 – 1752)
  • Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista (1710 - 1736)
  • Pez, Johann Christoph (1664 - 1716)
  • Philidor, André Danican (ca. 1647 – 1730)
  • Philidor, Anne Danican (1681 - 1728)
  • Philidor, François-André (1726 - 1795)
  • Pichl, Wenzel (Václav) (1741 - 1805)
  • Pisendel, Johann Georg (1687 - 1755)
  • Porpora, Nicolò (1686 - 1768)
  • Pugnani, Gaetano (1731 - 1798)
  • Purcell, Henry (1659 - 1695)
  • Quantz, Johann Joachim (1697 - 1773)
  • Rameau, Jean-Philippe (1683 - 1764)
  • Rebel, Jean-Féry (1666 - 1747)
  • Reinhardt, Johann Georg (1676/77 - 1742)
  • Richter, Franz Xaver (1709 - 1789)
  • Roman, Johan Helmich (1694 - 1758)
  • Sammartini, Giovanni Battista (1700 - 1775)
  • Sammartini, Giuseppe (1695 - 1750)
  • Sarro, Domenico (1679 - 1744)
  • Scarlatti, Alessandro (1660 - 1725)
  • Scarlatti, Domenico (1685 - 1757)
  • Schaffrath, Christoph (1709 - 1763)
  • Schickhardt, Johann Christian (1681 - 1762)
  • Schobert, Johann (c.1735 - 1767)
  • Stamitz, Anton [1750 - 1809)
  • Stradella, Alessandro (1639 - 1682)
  • Tartini, Giuseppe (1692 - 1770)
  • Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681 - 1767)
  • Tessarini, Carlo (1690 - c. 1767
  • Torelli, Giuseppe (1658 - 1709)
  • Traetta, Tommaso (1727 - 1779)
  • Vanhal, Johann Baptist (1739 - 1813)
  • Venturini, Francesco (1675 - 17??)
  • Veracini, Francesco Maria (1690 - (1768)
  • Vinci, Leonardo (1690 - 1730)
  • Vivaldi, Antonio (1678 - 1741)
  • Woodcock, Robert (1690 - 1728)
  • Zelenka, Jan Dismas (1679 - 1745)

Top Classical Music Festivals

  • 1- Salzburg Festival
    Salzburg, Austria
    Enjoy Mozart's music performed by world-class musicians in his birthplace city.
  • 2- Richard Wagner Festival
    Bayreuth, Germany
    Features the four-opera Wagner Ring Cycle.
  • 3- Prague Spring Festival
    Prague, Czech Republic
    In a city noted for its quality classical music festivals, this is number one.
  • 4- Puccini Festival
    Torre de Lago, Italy
    40,000 spectators fill a vast outdoor theatre to hear Puccini's operas.
  • 5- Leipzig Bach Festival
    Leipzig, Germany
    Bach's organ and choral music boldly move the concert goers.
  • 6- Festival Berlioz
    La Côte-Saint-André (Isère), France
    The Berlioz festival is a large-scale symphonic and romantic festival of music, one of the biggest meetings of classical music.
  • 7- Edinburgh International Festival
    Edinburgh, Scotland
    This broad-based event features classical music and more, from here and around the world.
  • 8- Lucerne Festival
    Lucerne Switzerland
    Events include both classical and religious music.
  • 9- BBC Proms
    London, England
    This popular Proms feature music concerts of different persuasions, allowing it to reach broad audiences.
  • 10- Verona Opera Festival
    Verona, Italy
    Opera-goers sit in an ancient Roman Theatre.
  • 11- Tanglewood
    Lenox, MA, USA
    You can listen on a blanket under the stars to the Boston Symphony Orchestra and other musicians.