Generally defined, a symphony is an extended composition for orchestra, often made up of three to four movements, each with a different tempo. One important difference of a symphony compared to other ty…
Symphony Music Composers
A symphony often has 3 to 4 movements. The beginning is moderately fast, the next section is slow followed by a minuet and then a very fast conclusion. Symphonies had its roots from Baroque sinfonias but composers like Haydn (known as "The Father of the Symphony") and Beethoven (whose popular work includes the "Ninth Symphony") further developed and influenced this music form. Let's get to…
More Symphony Music Composers
From Berlioz to Shostakovich, let's learn more about these composers who wrote beautfiul symphonies and have influenced countless composers through the years.