Genre: early musicPlay genre
Early music is a genre that encompasses music composed during the Baroque period, which lasted from the early 1600s to the mid-1700s. This type of music is characterized by its ornate melodies, intricate harmonies, and use of counterpoint. It often features the use of instruments such as the harpsichord, organ, and violin. Early music composers were known for their ability to create complex and emotionally powerful works, often drawing inspiration from religious themes and stories. Some of the most famous composers of this genre include those mentioned above.