The Creators - Part 9, Sections 47-53 Summary & Analysis

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Part 9, Sections 47-53 Summary and Analysis

Part 9: Composing for the Community begins with Walter Pater's quote from 1873 about how art aspires toward the condition of music and Alphonse Daudet's belief from 1890 that "music is another planet" (p. 427). Section 47: A Protestant Music describes how Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), the first "colossus of music in an age that idolized the artist genius" (p. 428), created a variety of music that excels all modern composers. He was idolized as a genius who created music for both the church and the general public.

In Section 48: The Music of Instruments: From Court to Concert, instrument-created music changed the relaionship between the performer and the audience as the symphony was produced during the baroque period (1600-1750). In the middle of the fifteenth century, the practice of building families of instruments began in Western Europe. After the first successful piano was...

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