l'âge d'or de la musique anglaise

The golden age of English music (16th–17th centuries)

Much was happening in England in the second half of the 16th century (the reign of Elizabeth I) and throughout the 17th century, which saw a succession of revolutions, monarchical restorations, and even a brief and rather authoritarian 'republic.' Coinciding with the Baroque revolution, the arts were not to be left behind: the age of Shakespeare introduced a uniquely English variety of opera, instrumental music experienced a dazzling development, and sacred music blazed its own path forward.

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