Classical Music

Classical Music

classical music (small ‘c’) is used when referring to Western instrumental, orchestral, vocal and choral music – created for both secular and sacred settings. In this category, I will be a bit more focused on baroque era operasoratoriosanthemsconcerti grossi, and organ concertos

music written in a Western musical tradition, usually using an established form (for example a symphony). Classical music is generally considered to be serious and to have a lasting value. The contemporary understanding of the term "classical music" remains vague and multifaceted. Other terms such as "art music", "canonic music", and "serious music" are largely synonymous.
The Oxford Dictionary
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