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Where did baroque music start?

Italy

Where was baroque music performed?

Originating in early 17th century Italy, the cantata began as a secular work composed for solo voice and basso continuo, most likely intended for performance at private social gatherings. Many of these works were published, suggesting that they were performed by professional musicians and amateurs alike.

What time period was medieval music?

In the broadest sense, medieval music or the music of the Middle Ages encompasses the music of the Western Europe during the Middle Ages, from approximately the 6th to 15th centuries.

Why is music important to history?

Because of the 1950s, music would never be the same. The social and political climate of any era is reflected through art, with music being a powerful and inspirational expression of ideas. The study of popular music is also a study of history, and how the various forces of a time helped shaped its creation

Why is music an important part of history?

For both performers and listeners, another reason to know the history of music is because it brings music alive and makes it more meaningful. History can be a way of imagining what it must have been like to be a person living in a certain place and time, with experiences in some ways very different from our own.

How did music begin?

Our early ancestors may have created rhythmic music by clapping their hands. This may be linked to the earliest musical instruments, when somebody realized that smacking stones or sticks together doesn’t hurt your hands as much. So, we know that music is old, and may have been with us from when humans first evolved

How do you teach music history?

Check out these fun ways to teach music history, whether to an individual student, a group, or a class.

  1. Draw, or write a story to a song.
  2. Create, or follow along on a listening map.
  3. Making Composers Real.
  4. Create a Timeline of Musical Eras.
  5. Interactive Slideshow Presentations of Musical Eras.
  6. Folk/Traditional Songs.