17th Century

Michael Andrews's picture

Classically Latin

BY: STEVE GLADSTONE ON NOVEMBER 20, 2013. MIAMIARTZINE.COM 
When one thinks of Classical music and its genome, the mind first turns to Europe, where “modern music” was born. 
 
Since the 17th century, top shelf composers around the globe have taken the European traditions established by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and their ilk, absorbed and infused those methods and forms into their indigenous music.