Classical music encompasses the whole of western music from the early renaissance through the 20th century. At Amazon. Influential composers like J. Bach were largely responsible for establishing a unified system of musicality throughout Europe, which led to an explosion of creative output across the continent. Paired with the invention and perfection of instruments like the violin and piano, prolific composers like Vivaldi and Haydn brought music into the classical period. Characterized by a more uniform style and presentation, classical music from this era embraced lasting forms like the symphony and concerto. As artists like Mozart continued to innovate and expand the musical vocabulary of the day, the classical era gave way to the drama and emotive compositions of the romantic era.
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