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List of Baroque Pop Artists

This is a list of artists who have been described as general purveyors of baroque pop, a genre identifiable for its appropriation of Baroque compositional styles (contrapuntal melodies and functional harmony patterns) and dramatic or melancholic gestures.[1]Harpsichords figure prominently,[2][3] while oboes, French horns, and string quartets are also common.[3] It emerged in the mid 1960s as artists pursued a majestic, orchestral sound.[3]

1960s-70s

1980s-present

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