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What musical era was the age of enlightenment?
Last Updated: 3rd January, 2020
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Also to know is, what kind of music was popular during the Enlightenment?
Music during the Age of Enlightenment has been labeled today as being Baroque and Classical. Since the Baroque and Classical eras overlap one cannot be labeled as the prominent type during this age. Many of most famous composers of orchestral music were born and or produced masterpieces during these eras.
Additionally, when did the Enlightenment take place? 18th century
Subsequently, question is, what followed the Age of Enlightenment?
The Age of Enlightenment was preceded by and closely associated with the scientific revolution. The ideas of the Enlightenment played a major role in inspiring the French Revolution, which began in 1789. After the Revolution, the Enlightenment was followed by the intellectual movement known as Romanticism.
What was art like during the Enlightenment?
Art During the Enlightenment Previous to the Enlightenment, the dominant artistic style was Rococo. When the Enlightenment and its new ideals took hold, Rococo was condemned for being immoral, indecent, and indulgent, and a new kind of instructive art was called for, which became known as Neoclassicism.