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List of Baroque composers

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List of Baroque composers

Composers of the Baroque era, ordered by date of birth:

Brief timeline

Transition from Renaissance to Baroque (born 1500–49)

Composers in the Renaissance/Baroque transitional era include the following (listed by their date of birth):

Early Baroque era composers (born 1550–99)

Composers of the Early Baroque era include the following figures listed by the probable or proven date of their birth:

Middle Baroque era composers (born 1600–49)

Composers of the Middle Baroque era include the following figures listed by the date of their birth:

Late Baroque era composers (born 1650–99)

Composers of the Late Baroque era include the following figures listed by the date of their birth:

Early Galante era composers – transition from Baroque to Classical (born 1700 and after)

Composers during the transition from the Baroque to Classical eras, sometimes seen as the beginning of the Galante era, include the following figures listed by their date of birth:

See also

There is considerable overlap near the beginning and end of this era. See lists of composers for the previous and following eras:

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