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Romantic music is a term denoting an era of Western classical music that began in the late 18th or early 19th century. Examples of composers in this era includes: Franz Schubert, Franz Liszt, Frederic Chopin, Robert and Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms.

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Chord analysis of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No.2 Movement 1 mm 86

I need help in analyzing the chords of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No.2 measure 86. In the snippet below, the measure is encapsulated by a green box. . Score is from and can be found here. EDIT : ...
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Is Warsaw Concerto a piano concerto?

My brother is entering a competition, which the final round requires a performance of a Piano Concerto of any era. My brother is looking for an emotional and powerful piece. I recommended a late ...
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Liszt S.566 Schumann Widmung v.s. Liszt Liebestraum No. 3 [closed]

I am considering to learn/practice Liszt S.566 Schumann Widmung and Franz Liszt Liebestraum No. 3. I have strong interests but simply as an amateur. I can play several pieces of Schumann. Question: ...
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Please recommend the next piano piece I should learn [closed]

I started learning to play the piano in September last year. I am taking private lessons from a young man who is a very skilled pianist and also a good teacher, but I happen to be his first student. I ...
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How does the performance of “rubato” differ in the classical and romantic styles?

In the movie Amadeus, there's a scene of a chamber orchestra where the conductor uses a large pole and pounds the floor to indicate downbeats in a strict time. And in earlier music, such as Bach ...
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Is there a piece of music that “inaugurated” Beethoven's middle period, and thus the Romantic era?

Since Beethoven's early works are considered part of the Classical era, and his later works are considered part of the Romantic era, is there, by scholarly consensus, a single piece of his that ...