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Pored velikog besednickog dara koji poseduje. Pizistrat je u 6. The term "classical music" did not appear until the early 19th century, in an attempt to "canonize" the period from Johann Sebastian Bach to Beethoven as a golden age.
The earliest reference to "classical music" recorded by the Oxford English Dictionary is from about Characteristics Given the extremely broad variety of forms, styles, genres, and historical periods generally perceived as being described by the term "classical music," it is difficult to list characteristics that can be attributed to all works of that type.
Vague descriptions are plentiful, such as describing classical music as anything that "lasts a long time," a statement made rather moot when one considers contemporary composers who are described as classical; or music that has certain instruments like violins, which are also found in other genres. However, there are characteristics that classical music contains that few or no other genres of music contain.
Instrumentation The instruments used in most classical music were largely invented before the midth century often much earlier , and codified in the 18th and 19th centuries. They consist of the instruments found in an orchestra, together with a few other solo instruments such as the piano, harpsichord, and organ. The symphony orchestra is the most widely known medium for classical music. The orchestra includes members of the string, woodwind, brass, and percussion families.
Electric instruments such as the electric guitar appear occasionally in the classical music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Both classical and popular musicians have experimented in recent decades with electronic instruments such as the synthesizer, electric and digital techniques such as the use of sampled or computer-generated sounds, and the sounds of instruments from other cultures such as the gamelan.
None of the bass instruments existed until the Renaissance. In Medieval music, instruments are divided in two categories: loud instruments for use outdoors or in church, and quieter instruments for indoor use. The Baroque orchestra consisted of flutes, oboes, horns and violins, occasionally with trumpets and timpani. Many instruments which are associated today with popular music used to have important roles in early classical music, such as bagpipes, vihuelas,hurdy-gurdies and some woodwind instruments.
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On the other hand, instruments such as the acoustic guitar, which used to be associated mainly with popular music, have gained prominence in classical music through the 19th and 20th centuries. While equal temperament became gradually accepted as the dominant musical temperament during the 18th century, different historical temperaments are often used for music from earlier periods.
For instance, music of the English Renaissance is often performed in meantone temperament. Keyboards almost all share a common layout often called the piano keyboard. Form Whereas most popular styles lend themselves to the song form, classical music has been noted for its development of highly sophisticated forms of instrumental music: these include the concerto, symphony, sonata, suite, etude, symphonic poem, and others.
Classical composers often aspire to imbue their music with a very complex relationship between its affective emotional content and the intellectual means by which it is achieved. Many of the most esteemed works of classical music make use of musical development, the process by which a musical idea or motif is repeated in different contexts or in altered form.
The sonata form and fugue employ rigorous forms of musical development. The other notable form in classical music is opera. Technical execution Along with a desire for composers to attain high technical achievement in writing their music, performers of classical music are faced with similar goals of technical mastery, as demonstrated by the proportionately high amount of schooling and private study most successful classical musicians have had when compared to "popular" genre musicians, and the large number of secondary schools, including conservatories, dedicated to the study of classical music.
The only other genre in the Western world with comparable secondary education opportunities is jazz. With Byronic character traits and Shelleyan reactions, he is now the personification of the rebellious Romantic artist.
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But Joyce is not finished with his act of comrbining. Stephen's view of himself as a priest of the eternal imagination is more Byronic than Shelleyan.
Of course, Joyce would also have known Keats's statement that the poet has no identity3 and may simply have combined the ideas of the two poets for Stephen. But, if Stephen is such a composite of Romanticisms, how is the reader able to endure him?
Sharpless noted that the reader saw things from Stephen's point of view first, saw scenes treated sympathetically that were later counterpointed with humor, and belatedly discovered that Joyce was offering a double view of artistic practice.
In Canto I, remember, Byron offers the reader the sweetly serious letter of Julia, which deals sympathetically with the plight of nineteenthcentury woman, then kids his own sentiment by having Juan become seasick while reading it, and, still later, has the letter torn into bits to be used as tokens to see who will be eaten.
In like manner, Joyce, in chapter 1, gives Stephen a victory over the rector but deflates this, in chapter 2, by having Mr. Dedalus recall the fun he and the rector had about the incident pp.
In chapter 2, also, he has Stephen embrace sin, through the arms of the prostitute, but immediately chapter 3 has him overpowered by religion, which, in turn chapter 4 , is undercut by the extremism with which he practices it.
Even Stephen's aesthetic discussion with Lynch chapter 5 , which grew out of the Dean of Studies' query about the difference between the useful and aesthetic arts, is introduced by quarrels with McCann and Davin, interrupted by Donovan's talk of field trips and turnips, and dampened by a shower that requires Lynch and Stephen to take shelter under the arcade of the Library, to hear students talking of the practical art of gaining employment pp.Commercialism Certain staples of classical music are often used commercially either in advertising or in movie soundtracks.
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