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Classical Musicians

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Classical music was created by musicians that lived during a time of a rising middle class called the bourgeoisie. Many middle class inhabitants of France during this time were living under the absolute power of their absolute monarchy that had been in power for some time. Because of this, much of the music was performed in environments that were more constrained compared to the flourishing times of the Renaissance and Baroque Era's.

"Piano Sonata No. 8 in A minor" Sorry, your browser either has JavaScript disabled or does not have any supported player.
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