The post-Baroque period of music exemplified by Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Ludwig van Beethoven (approximately 1750-1830).
A traditional genre of music historically referes to music written during the so-called Classical period (c. 1770-1830), particularly the music of Beethoven, Haydn and Mozart. However there are modern classical composers. Classical music is normally written down quite precisely (using standard musical notation) with every instrument and its part carefully specified.
The period in music that comes after the Baroque period and before the Romantic; the dates are roughly 1756 (the year Mozart was born) to 1830 (three years after the death of Beethoven).
Symphonies. Usually 3 movements (fast-slow-fast) or 4 movements (fast-slow-fast-fast). Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven.
a musical era dating from 1750-1800 and its characteristics of poise, balance, proportion, simplicity and formal craftsmanship
The period in music from roughly the mid 1700's to the early 1800's.
any music which is not "pop"; music of the 1750-1825 time period to which famous composers such as Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven belong
Of, or related to, the European music tradition, such as symphonies and operas.
Music composed primarily during the period 1770 - 1825.
The period in music which comes after the Baroque period and before the Romantic; the dates are roughly 1756 (which is the birth of Mozart) to 1830 (three years after the death of Beethoven). Although the period is not as long as the Baroque period, it represents the greatest standardization in orchestral form and sonority; even composers who lived beyond 1830 continued to use the standard Classical orchestra of pairs of flutes, oboes, clarinets and bassoons, four horns, two trumpets, three trombones, strings and timpani.
Relating to European music during the latter half of the 18th and the early 19th centuries.
Name given to musical development period from about 1750 to 1830, during which time was the development of the classical symphony and concerto, typified as orderly, emphasizing formal beauty. 'Classical music' is also used as a generic term to denote art music, or music that is not entertainment, light, or popular music (see Vernacular).
A period in Western history from around 1750 to 1830. It can perhaps be seen as an attempt to restrain the excesses of the Baroque. It emphasizes clarity, restraint, and proportion over emotional or intellectual expression. Notable Early / Middle Classical composers include C.P.E. Bach, Haydn, and Mozart. The two most notable Late Classical / Early Romantic composers are Beethoven and Schubert. A term applied to any music which looks back to the principal ideals of Classicism - balance, clarity, and proportion. Often applied to Romantics such as Brahms and Schumann.
Music conforming to certain form and structure. Usually music composed during the period 1770-1825.
1) Art or "serious" music as opposed to "popular" music. 2) A period in music history generally regarded as approximately 1750-1820. 3) Music using the basic characteristics of a style emphasizing balance, simplicity, and proportion.