Music of the Victorian Era By: Alayna May

Some of the music that was performed would actually help the actors because when ever a major scene was happening in the play the orchestra would get louder.
Believe it or not but music in the Victorian Era was more or less popular than in the present time period because in Victorian period music was enjoyed by everyone however it was only played in theatrical plays or operas unlike now where you have YouTube, Spotify, or Pandora.
Music's sole purpose was either entertain of add dramatic effect to the stunts that actors were pulling on the stage to signal the significance of that particular scene.


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