Music During The Elizabethan Era

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During the Elizabethan era, people considered music as a significant part of their life. There were also different classifications of this music, there was court music, town music, street music, church music, and theater music. Theaters became most respected as the music would bring the performances alive. The church was more of a madrigal, worshipping type. Court music was more beautiful pieces of music that were played before nobles, queens, and kings in their palace or chambers. Street was more of a traveling mans music, musicians known by minstrels, would travel and play at taverns and festivals Theater was of course the biggest of all, many pieces of music by famous composer put together with many prices by the great Shakespeare,

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