#1
I have a lil piece and it's from an old Snes Rpg;

I know it's In A minor and uses both A natural and A harmonic minor conventions, as well as 2 chromatics sparely.

So is this Baroque style or another style?
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#2
Maybe...sort of. The theme is pretty simplistic for the Baroque style. You'd generally expect more (think...absurd amounts) of ornamentation.
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Maybe...sort of. The theme is pretty simplistic for the Baroque style. You'd generally expect more (think...absurd amounts) of ornamentation.



Yes I know, it's a videogame tune. IT feels more like an etude (if it's called like that) like a "practice".

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#4
If I was given this in an exam, I'm not sure if I'd go for baroque, I suppose either that or classical.
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#5
Well if I remember right (please correct me if I'm writing bull****)

A major difference between classic and baroque is that baroque has terraced dynamics (abrupt changes) while classic is pretty flexible if it comes to this.

I'd say it is baroque. X_x
#6
^I guess that's one difference...

It sounds to me like a classical guitar etude. I'd call it classical though.
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#7
i reckon its Baroque although it doesn't contain any of the 'stereotypical' baroque elements
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