Late 19th century Mузыкальные Ноты

It is hard to approximate a date for the finalization of the Romantic period in music. By the mid-19th century, the underlying concepts of Romantic art had been internalized by most composers, leading to the creation of new forms. Composers as different as Richard Wagner, Johannes Brahms, or Franz Liszt, even as they were confronted in their understanding of music, were part of a search for the expansion of the expressive power of their art. The symphonic poem, the Wagnerian music drama, and many other forms flourished as a response to this quest for structural cohesion in music. The boundaries of tonality and consonance were pushed to the maximum, either as a way of developing the tonal system to a new state, or as a way of breaking free from it. This tendency, coupled with the steady rise of nationalist music, led to the appearance of a number of movements, tendencies, schools, etc., near the end of the 19th century. Some composers chose to return to the simplicity of the Classical forms, some chose to develop the tonal system into new forms, others focused their attention to instrumentation and timbric experimentation. This paved the way for the dissolution of the traditional tonal system and the eventual changes to the very foundation of the musical language. The transition to the next period, around the turn of the century, is also hard to define, as different tendencies progressed in different ways. Some of the iconic composers of the late 19th century period are Anton Bruckner, Gustav Mahler, Pyotr Ilich Tchaikovsky, Giacomo Puccini, Giuseppe Verdi, Johann Strauss, Paul Dukas, The Five (Russian school conformed by Modest Mussorgsky, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Alexander Borodin among others), and the Impressionists/Symbolist composers (such as Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy).

Название Композитор Форма Инструмент
Hymne à la paix, Op.159 Camille Saint-Saëns Anthem Voice(s) and Orchestra
Oh Canada Calixa Lavallée Anthem Orchestra
Slovenian National Anthem Stanko Premrl Anthem Orchestra
Bagatelle Rudolf Ewald Zingel Bagatelle Piano
3 Ballades de François Villon Claude Debussy Ballade Voice(s) and Orchestra
Ballada, Op.16 José Vianna da Motta Ballade Piano
Ballade Claude Debussy Ballade Piano
Ballade, Op.18 Juliusz Zarębski Ballade Piano
King Estmere, Op.17 Gustav Holst Ballade Choir and Orchestra
Javotte Camille Saint-Saëns Ballet Orchestra
Jeux Claude Debussy Ballet Orchestra
Khamma Claude Debussy Ballet Piano and orchestra
La maladetta Paul Vidal Ballet Orchestra
Suite de ballet, Op.49 Sergey Yuferov Ballet Orchestra
Barcarole for Cello and Piano, Op.4 Oskar Zapff Barcarolle Chamber group
Barcarolle Richard Zeckwer Barcarolle Piano
Barcarolle, Op.31 Juliusz Zarębski Barcarolle Piano
Une Nuit à Lisbonne, Op.63 Camille Saint-Saëns Barcarolle Orchestra
Anciens Clavecinistes Flamands Xavier van Elewyck Books Piano
Elementar-Musiklehre Friedrich August Zimmer Books N/A
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Популярные композиторы Franz Schubert · Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky · Antonín Dvořák · Felix Mendelssohn · Claude Debussy · Edvard Grieg · Johannes Brahms · Richard Wagner · Isaac Albéniz · Franz Liszt · Erik Satie · Maurice Ravel · Alexander Borodin · Sergei Rachmaninoff · Camille Saint-Saëns · Gustav Holst · Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov · Richard Strauss · Gustav Mahler · Johann Strauss Jr · Maria Girbiat · Edward Elgar · Gabriel Fauré · Enrique Granados · Charles Gounod · Max Bruch · Max Reger · César Franck · Jules Massenet · Alexander Scriabin · Ruggiero Leoncavallo · Francisco Tárrega · Calixa Lavallée · Ernest Chausson · Pablo de Sarasate · Leopoldo Miguez · Emmanuel Chabrier · Paul Dukas · Auguste Durand · Stanko Premrl · Théodore Dubois · Manuel de Falla · Johann Nepomuk Hummel · Charles Villiers Stanford · Richard Storrs Willis · Gustav Zanger · Victor Herbert · H. Zimmermann · Amy Marcy Beach · Julius Fučík
Instruments Cello · Chamber group · Choir · Choir and Instrument · Choir and Orchestra · Flute · Guitar · Harp · N/A · Orchestra · Organ · Piano · Piano 4 hands · Piano and orchestra · Solo Instrument and Piano · Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra · Solo voice(s) · String Orchestra · String Quartet · String Trio · Violin · Voice(s) and Instruments · Voice(s) and Orchestra · Voice(s) and Piano · Wind Ensemble
Forms Anthem · Bagatelle · Ballade · Ballet · Barcarolle · Books · Canon · Cantata · Canzona · Caprice · Chorale · Christmas Carols · Compilation · Concerto · Dance · Duet · Etude · Fantasy · Fugue · Funeral Music · Gavotte · Impromptu · Intermezzi · Madrigal · March · Mazurka · Mélodie · Melodrama · Minuet · Motet · Nocturne · Opera / Operetta · Oratorio · Overture · Pavane · Piano piece · Piece · Polka · Polonaise · Prelude · Prelude (or other movement) and Fugue · Quadrille · Quartet · Quintet · Rhapsody · Romance · Rondo · Sacred Mass · Saraband · Scherzo · Septet · Serenade / Divertimento / Cassation · Sextet · Sicilienne · Sonata · Sonatina · Song · Song Cycle · Suite · Symphonic Pieces · Symphonic Poem · Symphony · Theatrical / Incidental · Theme and Variations · Toccata · Trio · Waltz