Baroque period


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Noun1.Baroque period - the historic period from about 1600 until 1750 when the baroque style of art, architecture, and music flourished in Europe
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Founded more than 60 years ago, it is renowned for vibrant and expressive performances of music from the Early Baroque period to the present day.
The electronic media seem a bit out of place in a concert of 18th-century music, whose accompaniment is said to issue from period instruments -- horns and fiddles and flutes and such that, if not actually manufactured during the baroque period, were built according to historic specifications.
Professional restoration works, Specialized craft work and other related work and activities connected with the restoration of the nw lysice - sala terrena, Consisting of restoration of wall paintings and historical plasters from the late renaissance and baroque period, Historical plasters and secondary interventions from the 18th to the 20th century fresco - secco technique combined with egg tempera.
Miniaturen der Barockzeit aus der Sammlung Tansey/Miniatures from the Baroque Period in the Tansey Collection.
Novotny's text opens with a discussion of the historical problem of situating the Baroque period of scholasticism as a unique historical period in philosophical history, clearly distinct from medieval, Renaissance, and early modern philosophy.
Tenors and basses in the baroque period were characterised in a certain kind of way, but the castrato covered the whole spectrum, from heroes to villains.
Rather than dividing the baroque period into particular decades or focusing on when the period itself begins and ends, Heller organizes her study around particular cultural contexts.
Taking the advice to heart, Kushner decided, like so many artists of the Baroque period, to paint cacti.
Along with the Bachs, Vivaldi is one of the best-known and most prolific composers of the Baroque period.
The needs of both helped bring about some of the finest music of the Baroque period, composed in the main by Purcell, Blow and Handel.
The programme included No 7 which was in four movements and had a distinct influence of J S Bach, a German composer of the Baroque period.
Directed by Connie Rittenhouse Drexler, the orchestra will perform selections from the baroque period to the present day.