A study of the styles of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, with particular reference to Haydn’s string quartets and symphonies and Mozart’s concertos, string quintets, and comic operas. The section devoted to Haydn’s development after the death of Mozart considers the integration of popular elements into his symphonies and oratorios, his piano trios, and his church music. Beethoven’s achievement is viewed in terms of key works in a number of genres; his relationship to musical Romanticism is discussed. The origins of the Classic style, various theories of sonata form, and coherence in the musical language are also considered.

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This European project (KA 203 Strategic Partnership) created by Salvatore Gioveni promotes cross-border collaboration in the field of Music Theory through sharing knowledge and transferring pedagogical innovation. It thus responds to a lack of centralised source and framework to deepen reflection by means of cross-disciplinary study at European and international level.

There is a significant wealth of educational practices from one country to another in this sector, especially in terms of harmonic musical notation and analysis. However, HMEI's are facing the nonexistence of a European network for pedagogical staff in Music Theory so far. To improve the situation, the project will among other things develop several intellectual outputs such as Online Platform (IO 1), an EU Bibliography (IO 2), a Repository Courses (IO 3), a Multilingual Glossary (IO 4) and an Exchange Online Learning Platform.

Besides the Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles as leader and manager of the project, the following partner institutions are involved: Music Academy S. Moniuszki Gdańsk (Gdańsk, Poland), F. Liszt Academy of Music Budapest (Budapest, Hungary), Estonian Academy for Music and Theatre (Tallinn, Estonia), HfMTh "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" (Leipzig, Germany).

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