On the Romanticism Style in the Musical Creation of Rachmaninoff



This paper analyzes the romanticism style of Rachmaninoff. First, we analyzes the formation of the composer’s romanticism style from his lifetime, then analyze the romanticism mood of his works from two aspects of his feelings expression and musical characteristics, and at last, analyze in combination with some concrete samples of his works to strive to have a good understanding of his romanticism style.


Rachmaninoff; Romanticism; Feelings; Musical characteristics

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Wang, Y. (2011). Emotion theory of romanticism music from rachmaninoff’s romance songs (Master dissertation). East China Normal University.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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