Europe is a continent that’s full of history, culture, and amazing food. It has many countries with rich histories and vibrant cultures. In this post we’ll explore some of the best European music, literature and art.
The French are known for their colorful, realistic and abstract art. They also have a reputation for being very modern and traditional in their artistic styles.
The most famous French painter is probably Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610). He was born in Milan but moved to Rome where he painted many religious paintings that were extremely realistic in style. His most famous painting was “The Calling of St Matthew,” which shows Jesus calling Matthew from his work as a tax collector by having him follow him into an empty building on the left side of the canvas while leaving his money bag behind on the floor where it landed when he fell down after hearing Jesus’ voice call out his name!
Another great artist from France was Claude Monet (1840-1926). He was born in Paris but moved to Giverny where he lived until his death at age 86! Monet painted hundreds of landscapes showing different views from his home there over time including one called “Water Lilies” which shows flowers floating on top of water inside large ponds surrounded by green plants growing along their edges!
German music is a diverse and rich tradition. It’s been shaped by composers like Beethoven, Brahms, Wagner and Strauss; by the music of Bach and Mozart; by pop stars like Herbert Gr�bner or Helene Fischer.
- Composers: The first major German composer was Heinrich Sch�tz (1660-1734). His sacred vocal works include “Die sieben Worte” (The Seven Words), which were used as an inspiration for Johann Sebastian Bach’s cantata “Ich habe genug.” Another famous name in this category is Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). While his operas are less well known today than those of Handel or Monteverdi, he was one of Europe’s most prolific composers during his lifetime — writing over 500 symphonies alone!
- Songs: You might not know it from listening to modern pop music today but many American standards actually come from Europe — including “Happy Birthday” which was originally written in French before being translated into English by Katherine Davis Gedney back in 1893; then again later when Mildred Hill added new verses (including “happy birthday dear kids”) after hearing her children sing those words over time while playing downstairs together as she watched them through an upstairs window.; Another example would be “Auld Lang Syne”, which means old times passed away but also refers back specifically to Scotland where it originated around 1700 AD when lyrics were first written down under different titles such as “Good night until we meet again” or even just simply “Hail! Hail! Hallelujah!”.
English literature is the body of written works in the English language. The earliest known examples of written English date from the 7th century, and include a translation of parts of the Bible into Old English by King Alfred the Great.
The history of English literature goes back to Anglo-Saxon times, when it was largely oral, though some early writing does exist. These manuscripts were often transcribed into books by scribes who used Latin script (the alphabet we use today). After 1066, when William I conquered England and Normandy from France’s King Harold II at Hastings (present-day Battle), French became more common as a language for high culture: it was used in government records and law courts; courtiers spoke French; law students needed to know French; universities taught their courses in Latin instead of English–and so on throughout society at large until around 1700s when people began speaking more like we do today!
Italian food, wine, and culture
Italian food is delicious, and there are so many different types of Italian cuisine. You can find everything from Neapolitan pizza to Sicilian pasta. The best part about eating Italian food is that it’s always served with wine!
Italian culture is rich and fun; there are so many traditions to learn about, like the famous festival of La Befana where children receive presents from an old lady who flies around on a broomstick (in some parts of Italy). You can also visit beautiful cathedrals like St Mark’s Basilica which houses one of the world’s oldest organs built by Antonio Vivaldi himself!
There are many things to love about Europe
There are many things to love about Europe. The continent has a rich, varied and exciting culture that is full of art, literature and music. If you’re looking for your own personal style, Europe is the place for you!
The beauty of Europe extends far beyond its architecture. From the rolling hills of Tuscany to the grandeur of Paris (and everything in between), there are countless places where visitors can experience breathtaking scenery on their travels through this great continent.
And let’s not forget about food–it’s no secret that Europeans know how to eat well! From seafood dishes like bouillabaisse from Marseille or paella from Spain; to meats such as charcuterie meats served alongside breads at restaurants throughout France; there are endless options available when it comes time for lunch or dinner while visiting Europe
There are many things to love about Europe. I hope this article has helped you discover some new favorites!