Presented by Suzy Klein, the programme shows how this environment allowed composers and performers to experiment musically and become the rock stars of their age.
No longer restricted by aristocratic patronage, they thrived creatively and became entrepreneurs, organising their own concerts, enjoying the wealth and fame that came along with it and eventually facing a dilemma that remains to this day - artistic credibility vs commercial success.
Composers to emerge during this time and featured in the episode include Beethoven, Chopin, Schubert, Berlioz and Liszt.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Revolution and Romance - Musical Masters of the 19th Century - Park Cho-rong - Netflix
Park Cho-rong (born March 3, 1991), better known mononymously as Chorong, is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actress. She is best known as the leader of the South Korean girl group Apink.
Revolution and Romance - Musical Masters of the 19th Century - 2011–present: Apink - Netflix
In February 2011, Park was announced as the second member and leader of Apink. Prior to the announcement, she appeared at the end of Beast's “Shock” Japanese version music video. Before her debut with Apink, Park, together with the rest of the Apink members, took part in the filming of Apink News which was the group's pre-debut reality show. On April 19, 2011, Apink released its first single “Mollayo” and on April 21, Park debuted as a member of Apink on Mnet's M! Countdown performing their songs “Mollayo”, and “Wishlist” which were included on their debut EP Seven Springs of Apink.
Revolution and Romance - Musical Masters of the 19th Century - References - Netflix