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Romantic Era.
Time And Place.
Romantic Era.
 was an artistic, literary
and intellectual
movement that
originated in the second
half of the 18th century
in Europe, and gained
strength in reaction to
the Industrial Revolution.
 During the Romantic period,
the virtuoso
 began to be focused.
Exceptionally gifted
performers - pianists,
violinists, and singers -became enormously popular.
Liszt, the great Hungarian
pianist/composer, reportedly
played with such passion and
intensity that women in the
audience would faint. Most
composers were also virtuoso
performers; it was inevitable
that the music they wrote
would be extremely
challenging to play.
Symphonic Poems
 which was an orchestral
work that portrayed a
story or had some kind
of literary or artistic
background to it
 (1815-1910) Romantic
Early Romantic (1800–1850)
Beethoven's First Symphony and especially his fourth piano
sonata, all published in the early 19th century marked a
definite beginning of the new wave of music that would
continue for at least a century. Beethoven's impact influenced
and inspired composers in the following generations such as
his fellow Vienna citizens Schubert, Berlioz, Mendelssohn,
Bruckner, Liszt and Wagner. By the second decade of the 19th
century, the shift towards new sources of musical inspiration,
along with an increasing chromaticism in melody and more
expressive harmony, became a palpable stylistic shift. A new
generation of composers emerged in post-Napoleonic Europe,
among whom were beethoven, ludwig sphor,.
The Romantic Era
1825-1845 Fashion History
 The neo-Gothic influence in fashion
history dress fashions was at its peak
during the Romantic Era between 1825
and 1835. The romantic spirit in
fashionable dress lasted until the late
1840After the Napoleonic wars became a
memory, French fashion was dominated
by a new wave of Anglomania.
 The British writings of Sir Walter Scott
and Lord Byron helped popularise a thirst
for a more romantic image. There was a
snobbish attraction on the continent for
all things English, cultivated and refined.
 Many of the attitudes toward the 'Art Of
Dress' had been codified by Beau
Brummell in his relationship with the
Prince Regent. The rules and refinements
of manners set at that time were built on
and developed by the middle classes of
Europe who sought to gentrify
 s
Art History- Romanticism:
(1800 - 1850)
 Artists held personal spirit and
creativity above formal training
and saw the artistic process as
a transcendental journey and
spiritual awakening. Romantic
techniques were developed to
produce associations in the
mind of the viewer. These
foundations of the Romantic
Movement were influential in
the development of Symbolism
and later Expressionism and