History of Music
History of Music Music isknownineveryknown culture.(“History of Music”)Musichasbeenaroundfor atleast55,000years.Studiesshow thatoneofthefirstinstrumentsfoundwasmost likely madearound800 B.C. Some of the earliest formsofmusicwereprobablydrumsorthehumanvoice, andsomeofthemoreadvancedinstrumentsHarps, lutes,andRattles.
MusichasbroughtoutmanyemotionsforhumanssincetheAncienttimestoClassicaltoModern. Ancient TheAncientera canbeconsideredabigpartofmusicaldevelopment.TheAncientEgyptianshadcreatedmanyinstrumentslike Harps lutes, cymbals, etc.(“History of Music”). Music was a big part of Egyptian Culture.
In Ancient India they created some amazing musical instruments such as stringed instruments and flutes. Ancient Rome had a large music range. They had music from Egypt and Greece. Ancient Rome had used music in a lot of things like religion and entertainment. Classical Classical music can be known as secular music or art music.
The Classical era lasted from about 1750-1830. This era happened between baroque and the romantic era. Some famous composers like Beethoven, Mozart, and Antonio Vivaldi were classical music composers. Instruments that had been used a lot in the Classical era were the violin, piano, and stringed instruments. Modern Modern music had a big increase with a variety of music. During this era Musicians had more freedom to create their own style of music.
The style of music had really changed from the earlier era’s.(Classical Composer The Modern Era 2010) Some instruments that were created in this era, were electric guitars, Amplifiers, advanced drums, etc.Many radio broadcasting, concerts, and theatre shows starting popping up in the 20th century. Sound recording became very popular. The 20th Century was also the start of more people discovering new types of music. Conclusion Music has inspired many people for many years.
It has inspired through the Ancient era, the Classical era, Modern era, etc. There are many different types and styles and those have been around for many generations. Music will probably keep inspiring people for many more years to come.