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Baroque Music
   is   
A Style of European Classical Music Widespread Between 1600 & 1750
Associated with Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Monteverdi, etc.
Bernini, Caravaggio, Rubens
   are all   
Baroque Artists
Started in the 17th Century in Europe, and featured strong emotions and dramatic lighting
Italy
   is the site of   
Late Baroque Towns of the Val Di Noto (South-Eastern Sicily)
The Philippines
   is the site of   
Baroque Churches of the Philippines
Allemande
   is described as a   
Courtly Baroque Dance in Which the Arms Are Interlaced
Bourrée
   is described as a   
French Baroque Dance With Quick Rhythm
Courate
   is described as a   
Quick Italian Baroque Dance Involving Running Steps
Galliard
   is described as a   
Sprightly Renaissance and Baroque Dance
Gigue
   is described as a   
Lively Baroque Dance in Triple Time
Minuet
   is described as a   
Slow and Stately Baroque Dance in 3/4 Time
Rigadoon
   is described as a   
Lively Baroque Period Dance
Sarabande
   is described as a   
Stately Spanish Baroque Court Dance
The Raven
   Featured   
Baroque Bordello
Baroque
   happened during   
1600-1730
Grandeur, sensuous richness and emotional exuberance
Flemish Baroque
   happened during   
1585-1700
Southern Netherlands
Caravaggio
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Painter
Agostino Carracci
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Painter
Gianlorenzo Bernini
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Painter and Sculptor
Peter Paul Rubens
   represents   
Baroque
Flemish Painter
Diego Velázquez
   represents   
Baroque
Spanish Painter
Girolamo Campagna
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Sculptor
Camillo Mariani
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Sculptor
Jan Brueghel the Elder
   represents   
Baroque
Flemish Painter
Frans Pourbus the Younger
   represents   
Baroque
Flemish Painter
Giulio Cesare Procaccini
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Painter
Simply Baroque
   features   
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Released 1999. J S Bach
Simply Baroque
   features   
Air on a G String
Released 1999. J S Bach; Sony Classical, 1999
Simply Baroque
   features   
Concerto in G Major for Cello and Orchestra
Released 1999. Luigi Boccherini
Simply Baroque
   features   
Concerto in D Major for Cello and Orchestra
Released 1999. Boccherini with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra
Maurice André
   recorded   
Baroque Trumpet Concertos
Seraphim, 1999
English Baroque Soloists
   recorded   
J.S. Bach-Mass in B Minor
John Eliot Gardiner; Archiv, 1985
English Baroque Soloists
   recorded   
Bach: Sacred Vocal Works
9cd's; John Eliot Gardiner; EMI, 1987
Canadian Brass
   recorded   
Fireworks! Baroque Brass Favorites
RCA Red Seal, 1995
Rebel Baroque Orchestra
   recorded   
Haydn: Grosse Orgelsolomesse; Heiligmesse
James Owen Burdick, cond; Naxos, 2010
Alonzo Cano
   represents   
Baroque
Spanish Painter
Anthony Van Dyck
   represents   
Baroque
Flemish Painter
Artemisia Gentileschi
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Painter
Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
   represents   
Baroque
Spanish Painter
Charles Le Brun
   represents   
Baroque
French Painter
Claude Deruet
   represents   
Baroque
French Painter
Georges De La Tour
   represents   
Baroque
French Painter
Guercino
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Painter
Hyacinthe Rigaud
   represents   
Baroque
French Painter
Laurent De La Hyre
   represents   
Baroque
French Painter
Philippe De Champaigne
   represents   
Baroque
French Painter
Pierre Mignard
   represents   
Baroque
French Painter
Valentin De Boulogne
   represents   
Baroque
French Painter
Domenichino
   represents   
Baroque
Italian Painter
Francisco De Zurbarán
   represents   
Baroque
Spanish Painter
Jusepe De Ribera
   represents   
Baroque
Spanish Painter






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