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Music and Movies

 

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Martha R

 

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July 13, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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3 / 839

 

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The Romanticism movement said that there were inescapable realities in the world which could only be reached through emotion, feeling and intuition. Romantic music struggled to increase emotional expression and power to describe these deeper truths, while preserving or even extending the formal structures from the classical period...
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Romantic music focused more on displaying emotion rather than following such rigid rules and chord progressions. The vernacular use of the term "romantic music" applies to music which is thought to evoke a soft mood or dreamy atmosphere. The term romantic music does not refer to the modern day use of the word romantic, meaning the word is not meant to describe the music as relating to love...
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