My favourite romantic period composers Posted on May 31, 2019May 31, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Kung Fu Fighting With Lyrics10 Biggest Differences Between the Game of Thrones Show and the Books 35 thoughts on “My favourite romantic period composers” tchaikovsky is really good Reply i love these songs Reply What’s the song of Paganini ? Reply Only 1800 kids will remember Reply I would have included Rachmaninoff, and Beethoven even though he’s considered transitionary between Baroque and Romantic… his music sounds more romantic than baroque. Reply what about Beethoven and Rachmaninoff Reply And what is the elgar violin piece Reply My favourite? Alkan Reply Lizst??????!!!!! Reply LOVED it Reply Chopin is (in my opinion) the best PIANO composer ever Reply Tchaikovsky is the best! Reply Love the "…" you added in Chopin's famous pieces. Truly he is my favorite… Reply There are some dipshits here. He titled this "my favorite." That means you don't have to say what about so and so bla bla why'd u leave Bimbimbap out? Get a clue folks. Reply The Beatles were the best. Reply What about Mozart, Beethoven,Handel, Shubert,and hydn Reply chopin…………………. Reply oh dear!! not Liszt? Reply You forgot the Chopin ballades Reply Dvořák is the best one. Untouchtable. Than is Wagner and Brahms and Tchaikovsky and Schubert with Schumann. These are most important. Reply Am I the only one who noticed he forgot number 6…? Reply Was this a homework assignment? Reply 9:52 and on. What song is that? And why do I feel like it was in Star Wars? Reply Song that starts at 3:09? Reply whats the title of the first song? The one in the intro? Reply I recently wrote a symphony on the topic "From Beethoven to Brahms." The critics, to put it mildly, were unimpressed. It's essentially mono-thematic, based on a song a wrote as a teenager. The first movement is very much Beethoven, with back references to Mozart and Haydn, and forward references to Berlioz and Franz Berwald. The second movement is Mendelssohn, with back references to J.S.Bach (Mendelssohn started the Bach renaissance) and to the trauermarsch from the Eroica, as this was Mendelssohn's funeral music. The third movement is Dvořák, who is quite Brahmsian, with detours to Berwald and Berlioz. The fourth one is Brahms, with an introduction alluding to Schumann and a passage paying homage to Schubert. Reply Sooooo beautiful thx Reply 8:34 song? Reply thank you for this review! Reply Title of the background given to each composers? Reply Thank you for the insight! 🙂 Reply Where's Edvard Grieg? Damn he's good, fast too. Reply My top 10 composers of all time:10. Benedek Istvánffy9. Vincenzo Bellini8. Anton Bruckner7. Gustav Mahler6. Siegmund von Hausegger5. Vítězslav Novák4. Ludwig van Beethoven3. Franz Liszt2. Karlheinz Stockhausen1. Richard Wagner Reply I was never really interested in Mendelssohn, until I found his 2nd symphony, and up to now that's the only work by him I like. Reply And since when was Rossini a romantic composer he definitely belongs in the classical period Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.