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Romance and romantic both derive from the Latin romanice meaning "in the Roman manner". Uses in English vary widely by subject and context.
- Romantic music, that is, music of (or similar to that of) the Romantic movement from roughly 1815-1910
- Romance (music), a simple, lyrical piece of music for solo voice or instrument; and the common title or subtitle of several musical compositions
- Neoromanticism (music), a trend in European classical music in the second half of 19th century; often used today to describe contemporary music in style of the Romantic period
- New Romantic, a New Wave music subgenre and fashion movement primarily in England
- The Romantics, an American rock 'n roll band from Detroit
- Romanticism, an artistic and intellectual movement in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
- Neo-romanticism, also known as post-romanticism and late-romanticism
- German Romanticism, the dominant cultural movement of much of the nineteenth century in German-speaking countries
- Romantic nationalism, a form of nationalism