The Venetian School

The Venetian School helped develop music composers from 1550-1610. It was housed in the Basilica San Marco due to its unique architecture that made it a great space for music and choir. The invention of the printing press also allowed composers to print music, which drew even more musicians and composers to Venice. The most notable music productions had elements of a choir, brass, sting, and organs to create a mesmerizing sound.

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1550 to 1610