sten to several pieces of Baroque-period music and Classical- period music. Then, select one piece of music from each period to compare: Â• Find and listen to the Baroque-period piece PachelbelÂ’s Canon in D major. listen to additional Baroque musicÂ—such as BachÂ’s Brandenburg Concerto, or HandelÂ’s Water Music. listen to Classical musicÂ—such as selections by Haydn, Mozart, or Beethoven. Write a 350- to 700-word paper outlining the differences between Baroque and Classical music. Address the following in your paper Â• Is there a difference in the size of the orchestra and in the use of instruments? If so, what are the differences? What is the effect? Â• Which elements of composition in each piece affect you the most: sound, rhythm, melody, harmony, tonality, and texture? In what way? Â• What mood does each piece suggest to you? Â• How do the selections differ from modern popular music?