The Lyrical Relationship of Religious Music in the Post-Reformation Romantic Period, Using Bruckner's Mass No.3 in F Minor As an Example


  • Xintian Zhang University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK



Bruckner,Religious Music,Reformation


As a composer who remained true to traditional style and compositional rigour during the Romantic period, Bruckner's work is permeated with both religious ethics and Romantic catharsis. It adds a unique dimension to the religious music of the Romantic period.


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How to Cite

Zhang, X. (2022). The Lyrical Relationship of Religious Music in the Post-Reformation Romantic Period, Using Bruckner’s Mass No.3 in F Minor As an Example. Cultural Arts Research and Development, 1(1), 38–42.