Before taking up the works themselves, let us consider the form of which it is the soul, the principle of programme music.
A product of the romantic school is called "programme music."
Besides, we have the story in our minds as with programme music.
In reality, "programme music," in some form or other, has existed for many generations.
Two familiar forms of programme music have grown out of the attempts of the romanticists.
He thus became one of the most ardent and enlightened originators of what is now known as “programme music.”
But then this question of the fallibility of programme music is an eternal one.
The programme music of Berlioz was simply larger and more flamboyant than the little exercises of Bach in the same direction.
The starting-point of his momentous voyages was the idea of what is called "programme music."
The futurists wanted, so to speak, programme music, the cubists pure music without any taint of worldly and literary associations.