What do the romantic music era have in common with the Classical music era? - Answers

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In the romantic era all the romantic composers play romantic music.In classical era all the composers play Classical Music.

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The romantic era is the development of the classical era; while the baroque era depended on dissonance and complicated contrasting melody lines, the classical era has a more simple style to it, and depends on harmony instead of dissonance. The romantic era takes the same style of simple melodies and harmonic line, and lengthens and smooths the line, making for the rich beautiful melody that we associate with romantic music.

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