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Encyclopedia > 1730 in music

See also: 1729 in music, other events of 1730, 1731 in music, list of years in music.

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Music Dictionary (10719 words)
A style of music in the late 18th century written by composers such as Haydn and Mozart, characterized by clarity of texture, harmony and melody, as well as the refinement of abstract musical forms such as the sonata, symphony and concerto.
Musical term to indicate the tonality of a piece based on the major or minor scales and their relationship between the notes of the scale and chords built around them.
Music in which natural sounds (instrumental, vocal or other) were recorded on tape and then distorted, combined, etc. This term was coined by Peter Schaeffer in 1948 but it has largely been superseded by electronic music.
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