Best Austrian Classical Music
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If you want to find the best classical music, our series of android apps to download music is a great alternative for you. Classical music artists perform music that in some cases was written hundreds of years ago, but still is the most popular classical music today.
Western classical music has its roots in early Christian music, first influences dates back to the Ancient Greeks but developed with more modern day musical instruments.
Influences and styles are divided in to four main classical music periods:
-Early period, that includes Medieval music (500–1400) and Renaissance music (1400–1600).
-Common practice period, that includes Baroque music (1600–1750), Classical (1750–1830)
-Romantic music period (1804–1949)
-Modern classical music (1900–2000) and contemporary period (1975–current).
Most modern popular music uses the common song form, while classical music uses more sophisticated forms like concerto, symphony, sonata, suite, opera and others.
Organ music is mostly used in ceremonial and church music, for examples as funeral or wedding music. While other instrumental music, like piano music and violin music, can be enjoyed every day as inspirational or relaxing music.
Composers like Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Strauss Jr put the Austrian music on the map for eternity. Classical songs and music pieces, like Mozart Requiem or Strauss The Blue Danube, are immortal. Still today, hundreds of years after the death of these great composers, their works are played in symphony orchestra concerts and on classical music radio stations all over the world.
In modern time works from Austrian classical composers has also been used as film music, for example Ave Maria by Franz Schubert that was used in the film A Bronx Tale by Robert De Niro from 1993.
You have probably heard works from most of these Austrian composers before, but maybe not reflected on the origin of the music, like Joseph Haydn Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser (God Save Emperor Francis) that was originally written as an anthem to Francis II (the last Holy Roman Emperor). The music was later used in the National Anthem of Austria, but was abolished in 1919 when the Austrian Empire was dissolved, and is today used in the National Anthem of Germany.
Get Best Austrian Classical Music free app for Android now, you can choose to download classical music to your phone or stream music online!
In this free Android app you will be streaming classical music online, so you will need to have Internet access (WiFi recommended) in order to listen to the best classical music app. However, there is an option to download classical music that you like to your phone, this way you can listen to classical music from this app even when you don’t have Internet access.
As an option you may also create your own classical music playlist with your favorite composers and music.
This app consists of classical music mp3 only!