Spring 2014 - MUSC 520 - MUSICAL STYLESEdit

A WIKI for the Spring 2014 Musical Styles course at the University of Tennessee covering Western music from roughly 1100 to 2000.

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I. THE MIDDLE AGES (cca. 1100 - 1400)Edit

Ars Antiqua (1100-1300):Edit

Ars Nova (1300-1400):Edit

II. THE RENAISSANCE ERA (cca. 1400 - 1620)Edit

Early Renaissance (1400-1470):Edit

Middle Renaissance (1470-1520):Edit

Late Renaissance (1520-1620):Edit

III. THE BAROQUE ERA (cca. 1600 - 1750)Edit

Early Baroque (1600-1660):Edit

Middle Baroque (1660-1710):Edit

Late Baroque (1710-1750):Edit

IV. THE CLASSICAL ERA (cca. 1720 - 1820)Edit

Early Classical (1720-1760):Edit

Middle Classical (1760-1790):Edit

Late Classical (1790-1820):Edit

V. THE ROMANTIC ERA (cca. 1810 - 1900)Edit

Early Romantic (1810-1840):Edit

Middle Romantic (1840-1870):Edit

Late Romantic (1870-1900):Edit

VI. THE MODERN ERA (cca. 1890 - 1970)Edit

Early Modern (1890-1930):Edit

Middle Modern (1930-1960):Edit

Late Modern (1950-1970):Edit

VII. THE POST-MODERN ERA (cca. 1970 - 2000)Edit

Post-Modern (1960-1990):Edit

Post/Post-Modern & Contemporary (1990-current):Edit

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