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Generalized classical music

Classical music is a broad term. The broad Western classical music refers to music that has been created since the Western Middle Ages and has been created in the mainstream European culture, or that is rooted in Western traditional ritual music and secular music. Covers all periods from about the 9th century to the present. It is mainly distinguished from popular music and folk music because of its complex and diverse creative techniques and the heavy connotations it can carry. Geographically, these music are mainly created in Europe and the Americas, which is relative to non-Western music. In addition, Western classical music is mainly recorded and disseminated by music scores, which is different from the mode of most folk music.
Others think that "classical" corresponds to "popularity", because these music can stand the test of time and can resonate with the audience of different eras.

However, if the word classical is studied carefully, it can be understood as a classical music (ancient classic), but in general, classical music is a regular nature of music, with balanced and clear characteristics, focusing on form. Aesthetics are considered to have lasting value, not just in a particular era. This is also reflected in the difference between "classical" and "classic".

Narrow classical music
Classical music originally refers to the music represented by Deao in 1750-1800 with Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, the so-called "Viennese Classical Music" (or translated as "Viennese Classical Music"). This is the narrow classical music.

European art music
Starting from this narrow concept of classical music, we can trace back to Bach, Handel, and even earlier religious music (including Catholic, Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant), extending backward to romanticism and national music. And the modern music of the 20th century in the West. These are the classical music in the broad sense, which is based on this tradition. Whether it is inheriting and carrying forward this tradition, or trying to break through this traditional music creation attempt with innovation, it can be classified into classical music. within.The music developed independently in this tradition, although it has learned and influenced the creation of classical music, is generally not included in classical music, such as jazz, rock music, and music of some ethnic groups in the East...
Therefore, for the term "classical music" in the broad sense, the definition of European art music is more accurate.

The main difference between European art music and other non-European music and pop music systems is that the notation is different, and the rules are derived from the notation that was used in the 16th century. In Western notation, the composer gives the player the tone, the rhythm, the speed, the unique rhythm and the exact way of playing the same piece of music. This kind of improvisation plays a very small notation model, which is very different from non-European art music (as opposed to traditional Japanese and Indian music) and pop music.
Classical music, as a category of music, exists in relation to categories such as light music and popular music. It does not have a strict and explicit explanation or definition. In the range of light music, sometimes the concept of "classical" is used to refer to some light-duty works that have been tested by time and regarded as models, such as classical operettas, classical jazz, etc., where classical is understood as "ancient classics", it seems More suitable.
When people hear the music of classical musicians such as Beethoven, Mozart, and Schubert, it brings people not only beautiful melodies, interesting music, but also sincere emotions, or tranquility, elegance, or Shocked, invigorated, or happy, happy, or sad, awkward...
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