Romance Anonyme: from Baroque to Classicism

by Sergio Dorado

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  • Hello Gmc. This is one of my versions of romance. This time let's make a travel in time. So history books says that baroque was the musical period approximately from 1600 until year 175O, we can imagine the anonymous composer of romance in the night of December 31 of 1750 composing the baroque part, and in the morning of January 1 of 1751 composing the waltz in a new style: Classicism (but I think the aesthetic changes aren´t so quick!).

    Well, in any case here are two versions of romance, one with counterpoint (in music, counterpoint is the relationship between two or more voices that are independent) and another in a waltz style.

    I hope you like it!

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