Music Comparison Study

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Music comparison study1Music is always a great passion for music lovers. Music never faded away, and it always createsromances in life, whether it belongs to any era or generation. In this paper, we have discussed thecomparison of two pieces of music Mozart: I. Allegro and III. Allegrettofrom Eine KleineNachtmusik and Chopin: Mazurka in B-flat Minor, Op. 24, No. 4. As these both musicalselections belong to the different era but they are the legendary works of the composers. Theserenade no 13 was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart In 1787, and the work is known bythe title Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.( Mozart,2000).Mozart was born in 1756 at Salzburg and was aRoman. The piece has been written at the Grand master level of Mozart.The work that he wroteis written for chamber ensemble of two violins, viola and cello with the double bass system andis performed at string orchestras. Today this Senate is widely recorded and performed but it waspublished only after the death of Mozart in 1799 by his widow. On the other hand, Mazurka inB-Flat minor by Frederic Chopin is a composition written in 1835 by Frederic Chopin for soloPiano(Cooper, 1963).Frederic Chopin was bornin 22 February 1810 and was a French.Thesenate was written in the beginner level of Chopin musical history. The Senate was launched in1830 when the Russian rule was begun.The senate was an attempt by the musician to explain thepolitical scenario going on in the Eastern Europe in late 18thand early 19thcenturies.The work Eine Kleine Nachtmusik was composed by Wofgang Amadeus Mozart in 1787. Thepiece of work is entirely based on the snippets of famous tunes that are taken from the Americanfolk music. This musical set is the occasional piece of light music that makes the person happy asit is based on the romantic tone. The tempo marked the tone of Romance which creates thefeeling of romance and intimacy by the prevailing of tenderness in the movement. On the otherhand, the Mazurka in B flat minor is noted as the masterpiece. The theme is Kujawiakprovenance which is free from hesitation and constraint and is a beautiful creation of swinging