#1
How's the "Cheery" kind of classical music, like "Beethoven - 9th Symphony", "Sarasate - Zigeunerweisen's" ending, "Rossini - The Barber Of Seville" called?
Is there a sub genre that defines it?
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#2
How's the "Cheery" kind of classical music, like "Beethoven - 9th Symphony", "Sarasate - Zigeunerweisen's" ending, "Rossini - The Barber Of Seville" called?
Is there a sub genre that defines it?


Beethovens 9th is from a period in classical music know as the romantic era,

Its not inherently cheery realy..
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#4
Not really a definition for that. I would just look for Classical-era pieces in major keys, while having a bit faster tempo. So nothing in Adagio, but maybe allegro.

Mozart's piano music often displays this character.