Victorian Era Music Gena Rodriguez 6th period

If someone didn't have any talent or skills, they'd most likely become a singer and go on to be a part of Glees. The elite of the music profession were the pianists and organists.
A street musician can't give the public what they like if they don't know what is popular. In the Victorian era, popular music went from folk songs to elaborate symphonies.
Operas from Gilbert and Sullivan became extremely popular. Sullivan's operettas were also in high demand.
Without the roots of music, what is now composed, played and listened to wouldn't be the same as it is now.
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