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Among the various works Schubert wrote for church use, particular mention may be made of the second of his six complete settings of the Mass. He completed his final setting of the Mass in the last year of his life, and it was first performed the following year.

About the middle of the century in Mannheim, Germany , composer and conductor Johann Stamitz (1717-1757) and his followers began to develop the orchestra and the art of orchestration , basing their music on the Baroque homophonic style, but now with chords played in unison rather than contrapuntally. The Baroque figured bass was now fully written out in specific parts for all of the instruments, rather than being left to the discretion of the players. Basing these larger works on the Baroque three-part sinfonia (overtures to operas) , other elements were introduced, such as the contrasts of dynamics and tempo within movements. This kind music became the basis for the Classical instrumental sonata , string quartet , and orchestral symphony , and reached its apex in the works of Franz Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart .


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