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    Programme Music

    Programme music is a style of composition where the piece tells a story outside of just the musical narrative. Often these works tell new stories or existing tales in literature. Composers also wrote programme music allegorically, telling stories of their own lives through the music.

    The Transition from Classical to Romantic Music

    Classical music is defined by having strict rules and traditions, however it moved away from this around the early decades of the 18th century.

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