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I'm really having trouble at the moment distinguishing between the different musical era's. Is there any easy way to tell them apart? I am continuing to listen to them but it doesnt seem to be getting any easier! Any advice? :confused::confused:
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The only thing I can recommend is maybe listening to REALLY OBVIOUS composers (like Beethoven, Bach, Mozart etc), get used to hearing them and then when you hear someone else, think who it sounds the most like; that's what I do :P If that doesn't work, then maybe look at the different era's styles and what they typically use and listen for those hope this kinda helped!
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They're split into:

Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic and 20th century/ Contemporary.

If we're going by ABRSM assessment standards, here, they're probably not going to throw any curveballs. If you hear a harpsichord, it's probably Baroque.
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