Baroque music

Baroque music describes a period or style of European classical music approximately extending from 1600 to 1750. This era is said to begin in music after the Renaissance, and was followed by the Classical period. The word "baroque" came from the Portuguese word barroco, meaning "misshapen pearl", an initially derisive characterization of the architectural style of this period; later, the name came to be applied also to its music. The baroque period saw the development of functional tonality, as well as the crystallization of the harmony and counterpoint rules which came to define the 'common practice period' (which extends from the baroque to the late romantic). Nowadays baroque music constitutes an important part of the academic music canon, being widely studied, performed, and listened to. It is associated with composers such as Antonio Vivaldi, George Frideric Handel, Arcangelo Corelli, Tomaso Albinoni, and Johann Sebastian Bach, all of which played an essential role in the development of modern musical concepts. During the baroque period a number of genres were established (such as the opera and the oratorio), the way was paved for new genres (such as the classical sonata and the symphony), and composers expanded the theoretical basis of music composition, making advances in musical notation and instrumental technique.
La Battaglia Adriano Banchieri Piece Organ
Oboe Concerto in D minor, S.Z799 Alessandro Marcello Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Canzon und Capriccio über das Henner und Hannergeschreÿ Alessandro Poglietti Canzona Harpsichord
Suite in D major 'Rossignolo' Alessandro Poglietti Suite Organ
Suite sopra la ribellione di Ungheria Alessandro Poglietti Suite Organ
Prelude in G, from Cello Suite BWV 1007 Alexander Siloti Transcription Piano
Siciliano, based on BWV 1031 Alexander Siloti Transcription Piano
Canzona in F major Amante Franzoni Canzona Open Instrumentation
La Gonzaga (Canzon francese) Amante Franzoni Canzona Organ
Second livre d’orgue André Raison Piece Harpsichord
Trumpet Sonata in D major, Op. 3 no. 12 Andrea Grossi Sonata Trumpet
Bassoon Concerto in C major Antonín Reichenauer Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Bassoon Concerto in F major Antonín Reichenauer Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
A. Scarlatti - Concerto Grosso Antonio Vivaldi Concerto Orchestra
Bach - Concerto for 3 & 4 Antonio Vivaldi Concerto Orchestra
Battista, Locatelli & J.S Bach - Concetos Antonio Vivaldi Concerto Orchestra
Cello Sonata in Bb, RV 45 Antonio Vivaldi Sonata Solo Instrument and Piano
Cello Sonata in Em, RV 40 Antonio Vivaldi Sonata Solo Instrument and Piano
Concert n.8 op.3 in Amin for 2 violins and orchestra "LEstro Armonico" Antonio Vivaldi Concerto String Orchestra
Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor, RV 531 Antonio Vivaldi Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Popular composers Johann Sebastian Bach  ·  Frédéric Chopin  ·  Georg Friedrich Händel  ·  Christoph Graupner  ·  Antonio Vivaldi  ·  Domenico Scarlatti  ·  Henry Purcell  ·  Georg Philipp Telemann  ·  Tomaso Albinoni  ·  Johann Pachelbel  ·  Dietrich Buxtehude  ·  Girolamo Frescobaldi  ·  Claudio Monteverdi  ·  Johann Melchior Molter  ·  Heinrich Schütz  ·  Jean Baptiste Lully  ·  Jean-Philippe Rameau  ·  Marc-Antoine Charpentier  ·  Johann Friedrich Fasch  ·  Giovanni Battista Pergolesi  ·  François Couperin  ·  Johann Christoph Pezel  ·  Wilhelm Friedemann Bach  ·  Arcangelo Corelli  ·  Baldassare Galuppi  ·  Giovanni Paolo Cima  ·  Jan Dismas Zelenka  ·  Adriano Banchieri  ·  Benedetto Marcello  ·  Giacomo Carissimi  ·  Giuseppe Torelli  ·  Jeremiah Clarke  ·  Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach  ·  Giovanni Battista Martini  ·  Johann Gottfried Walther  ·  Marin Marais  ·  Tommaso Giordani  ·  Johann Ludwig Krebs  ·  Johann Jacob Froberger  ·  Pietro Locatelli  ·  John Stanley  ·  William Babell  ·  Louis-Nicolas Clerambault  ·  Sylvius Leopold Weiss  ·  Carlo Gesualdo  ·  Giovanni Battista Bassani  ·  Vincent Lubeck  ·  Claude-Bénigne Balbastre  ·  Domenico Gabrielli  ·  Alessandro Marcello
Instruments Bassoon  ·  Cello  ·  Chamber group  ·  Choir  ·  Choir and Instrument  ·  Choir and Orchestra  ·  Flute  ·  Guitar  ·  Harpsichord  ·  Lute  ·  Oboe  ·  Open Instrumentation  ·  Orchestra  ·  Organ  ·  Piano  ·  Piano and orchestra  ·  Recorder  ·  Solo instrument and Continuo  ·  Solo Instrument and Piano  ·  Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra  ·  Solo voice(s)  ·  String Orchestra  ·  Trumpet  ·  Viola da gamba  ·  Violin  ·  Voice(s) and Instruments  ·  Voice(s) and Orchestra  ·  Voice(s) and Piano  ·  Wind Ensemble
Forms Anthem  ·  Aria / Arietta  ·  Books  ·  Canon  ·  Cantata  ·  Canzona  ·  Caprice  ·  Chaconne  ·  Chorale  ·  Chorale Prelude  ·  Christmas Carols  ·  Compilation  ·  Concerto  ·  Dance  ·  Duet  ·  Fantasy  ·  Fugue  ·  Funeral Music  ·  Gavotte  ·  Invention  ·  Madrigal  ·  March  ·  Minuet  ·  Motet  ·  Opera / Operetta  ·  Oratorio  ·  Partita  ·  Piano piece  ·  Piece  ·  Polonaise  ·  Prelude  ·  Prelude (or other movement) and Fugue  ·  Quartet  ·  Ricercar  ·  Sacred Mass  ·  Saraband  ·  Sonata  ·  Song Cycle  ·  Suite  ·  Symphony  ·  Theatrical / Incidental  ·  Theme and Variations  ·  Toccata  ·  Transcription  ·  Trio