Which of the following statements most accurately describes the audience for music of the Baroque Era?

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    Members of the aristocracy remained almost the exclusive audience for music well into the 18th century.
    Musical performances throughout the Baroque Era were held primarily in churches as part of the Roman Catholic Mass.
    It was a time of transition from small, aristocratic audiences to a wider concert-going public.
    Instead of performing for large audiences, most performances were held in small salons, giving a sense of intimacy and grace to performances of the period.
asked Oct 2, 2012 in Music by anonymous
    

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It was a time of transition from small, aristocratic audiences to a wider concert-going public.
answered Oct 5, 2012 by LaMusica ~Expert~ (2,890 points)



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