The Romantic movement-a reaction against the orderliness of 18th-century classicism and 19th-century industrialization-strove above all for self-expression. The Romantics composed for themselves and the new bourgeois audiences that now frequented concert halls and were acquiring pianos for their liv...
|Published (Most Recently):||New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1982|
|Series:||Music in time.
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- Frederic Chopin (5:03)
- Chopin: Virtuoso Pianist (3:41)
- Felix Mendelssohn (6:46)
- Mendelssohn's Octet (3:57)
- Felix Mendelssohn: Oratorio (5:13)
- Robert Schumann: Solo Performance (2:10)
- Schumann's Symphony No. 3 (5:29)
- Johannes Brahms (2:01)
- Brahms' Second Symphony (4:25)
- Brahms' German Requiem (7:21)
- Brahms' Clarinet Quintet (1:26)
- Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 7 (8:47)
- Credits: The Romantics (1:14)