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Origin of “Baroque”. • Barocco (Portuguese) meaning an irregularly shaped pearl.
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Baroque Period. Modern Period. Romantic Period.
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Baroque: Definition. • A period of history. • A description of artistic/musical style after the Renaissance.
Music of the Baroque

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Review: Baroque Music Festival
Perennial pops of the baroque era predictably drew a full house at the opening concert of a crowded four days of musical events.
The Games
From baroque to ballet, single tickets go on sale September 19 at 9 am for the Battle Creek... » Scouting Report: The longest running rivalry west of the Alleghenies, rarely do these two teams meet so early in the season.
Handel's 'Orlando': The Magic's in the Music
The magician-in-chief was Nicholas McGegan, who conducted his Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra Sunday afternoon with unflagging energy and led five exemplary singers through their grueling paces in the solo roles.
Philharmonia Baroque handles 'Orlando'
So visits here by such ensembles as the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra can be inspirational, showing local musicians what can be done with applied talent and perseverance.

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Describes the era in the history of the Western arts roughly coinciding with the 17th century.
baroque: Definition, Synonyms from
baroque ( ) adj. also Baroque Of, relating to, or characteristic of a style in art and architecture developed in Europe from the early 17th to.

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