Genre: late romantic eraPlay genre
Late Romantic era music is characterized by its emotional intensity, lush harmonies, and virtuosic instrumental writing. Composers of this era often drew inspiration from folk music and mythology, incorporating these elements into their works. The music is highly expressive and often features sweeping melodies and dramatic climaxes. The era saw the rise of program music, which tells a story or depicts a scene through music. The works of this era are often grand in scale and require large orchestras or ensembles to perform.