Classical music refers to a very definite period in the history of music, which is called the classical period. The music that was written in that time is called classical music, and Scheherezade simply wasn't written in that time. But this music was.
The term “classical” started to gain traction in European culture just at the moment when the music industry was heating up – as orchestras were being established, concert halls constructed, music instruments manufactured and there was a boom in music publishing. It makes sense.
Bach and Gluck are often considered founders of the Classical style. The first great master of the style was the composer Joseph Haydn. In the late 1750s he began composing symphonies, and by 1761 he had composed a triptych (Morning, Noon, and Evening) solidly in the contemporary mode.
Four Health Benefits of listening to Classical Music
It can decrease blood pressure. A study by Oxford University found that participants who listened to classical music had significantly lower blood pressure levels than participants who did not hear any music.
It's a natural pain reliever.
It reduces stress levels.
It aids sleep.
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