Music Appreciation
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...Appreciation According to Hoffer, "…using themes of other composers was an accepted practice at the time. The original composer of the theme considered its appropriation by another composer a compliment, not a case of plagiarism." This means that composers in the past were more concerned with the outcome of a particular set of music when done with a variety of different composers. They were not focused on individuality but sharing a good piece and making sure that the best came out of it. This is what Hoffer terms as a musical patronage agreement. A good example of this would be the instance where Mozart and Haydn used the same musical theme and had almost similar works of...
Art Appreciation
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...Appreciation HOCK AYE VI Edger Heap of Birds was commissioned by Denver Art Museum with a view of creating a work of art that was to be placed just in front of North Building of the museum. This paper revolves around the Wheel Tree, which is a work of art at Denver Art Museum. The Wheel consists of at least ten trees forms that are forked. They are made porcelain-enamelled panels, which are on steel frames. Each of the ten trees is 12 feet in height and is positioned on a circle with a diameter of 50 feet. In terms of its alignment, Wheel is aligned keenly to the summer solstice sunrise. The first and tenth Trees form an opening direct to the east. Typically, Wheel Tree mainly addresses... Art...
Management appreciation
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...Appreciation Task: Management Appreciation Introduction Toyota motor is among the major auto motive manufacturers in the entire globe. It has a potential of serving over 150 countries. It has its headquartered in Japan and employs about more than 316,121 individuals. Its prime markets include North America, Asia, Japan, and Europe. Factors outside the regular operations of a business or organization constitute of a business environment. They affect the business organization’s decisions directly, and the organization has no control over it. For instance, variation in the consumer’s taste will consequently end up shifting the demand of a particular product such as fashion (Armstrong 2006... Management...
Music Appreciation
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...Appreciation Music, according to Encarta Dictionary, is “sound that are usually produced by instruments or voices, which are arranged or played in order to create an effect”, “the art of arranging or making sounds, usually those of musical instruments or voices, so as to create an effect”. I define music as an expression of deep feelings that one may not know how to express out openly (Encarta, 2009). I used to see music as something that people used as an escape means from reality. But in truth, it is much more than that. Music is an identity, an innovation, biology, furniture, music is ubiquitous, and it embraces and captures so much more that can be imagined. Studying the different time... ?Music...
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...Appreciation Essay I will go to the beach today, like the many children who go to there to saunter on the sand and play with their friends. I bring with me my magical bag of bubbles, open it up and make wonders with the suds and air. The second the bubble flies out of the wire, the children’s eyes wander to the magnificent tube that is borne from suds. They hop on the sand to catch it but the rainbow snake slithers onto the air, never getting caught. However, as the children recognize the challenge that the bubble poses, they jump higher; and when they do, the beauty that was a bubble, my giant bubble creation, pops and dies. And along with that untimely death, the...
Art Appreciation
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...Appreciation Jackson Pollock’s painting, “Number and Willem de Kooning’s own, “Excavation” were significant because they represented style of their respective painters as well as how they interpreted their modernity. Both of these paintings generated controversies as art critics debate whether they were works of fine art or simply artifacts without any aesthetic value. While the arguments rage on, there is a certainty that the masses do not appreciate these paintings primarily because they deviate from the traditional concept of what art is. It is understandable because people tend to favor the realism-oriented works of art as a benchmark of what is beautiful in a painting. Lavender Mist... ...
Art Appreciation
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...Appreciation Art is an expansive means of cultural and personal expression that is witnessed in nearly all global societies. While for the artist the creation of art has a variety of implications, including therapeutic purposes, art appreciation is an equally important practice. In this way the appreciation of art carries with it critical thinking skills, cultural appreciation, and in some instances a sense of spirituality. My personal appreciation of art has involved a variety of artists. One of the artists that most frequently appeals to me is Roy Lichtenstein. Lichtenstein created a wide array of work...
Art Appreciation
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...Appreciation Artists have always tended to depict what they wanted to depict not paying attention to whether people like it or not. Certainly, everybody has a right to express what he feels. The only thing that should be taken into account is caesura, but in the modern would artists do not pay much attention to it. In the modern society people feel free to do what the want and art has no limitations. Certainly, in our history we can find periods when the rulers used art to influence masses. Now we also can trace such tendency and it is essential to mention that not only rulers use art to influence people. It is also widely used in business. For example, advertising is also a kind of art... Art...
Art Appreciation
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...appreciation: oral exhibit report In accordance with arts, it should be d that the knowledge of creative art in all field need to be appreciated. There is need to recognize and understand the timeless quality that identifies great art (Beigel 2). It is stated by arts professionals that the more people are involved in understanding the art of different eras, the more they improve on artwork (Beigel 2). Arts appreciation can be grouped under arts movement, styles and techniques employed to create the artwork (Beigel 2). Following the art historic timeline, it is proper to briefly focus on explaining some of the most important art movement and styles following their order of arrangement... ....
Film Appreciation
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...Appreciation The constraint of commerce is the inability to get everything that is needed for the production process, such as the physical items (props and other pieces needed for the set) and everything else required for production, though art is not included in this. Some items prove hard to come by, rendering some aspects of production impossible to complete unless those items are obtained. This means that someone has to be willing to sell what is needed. Commerce is also something that is more economically driven, as opposed to artistically. Art, however, has less to do with the production process and more to do with the completed production itself; in fact, it is more of a concept than... Film...
Music Appreciation Baroque
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...Appreciation of Brandenburg Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach Introduction: The Baroque period, which lasted for a century and half, is an important phase in the history of music. It is in this period that artists explored and developed a new realm of music, which, although was considered overtly ornamental and decorative during then, is now believed to be a significant era that enabled the transition from the renaissance period to the classical one. The prominent musicians in the Baroque period were Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Georg Frederic Handel, Arcangelo Corelli etc, of which the most important was Johann Sebastian Bach. The paper at hand is a music appreciation of J S Bach’s...
Music Appreciation (concert report)
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...Appreciation The Elgar Cello concert took place on January 14th from 2 pm to 8 pm in the Ambassador Auditorium. It is a concert of disillusion and sadness as the soloist reflects his personal heartache and regrets. The Guest conductor of the Pasadena Symphony is David Lockington who organized the conduction of the Cello Concerto. He is in considerable demand in North America since he respected for his expertise. Soloists who facilitate the performance of the concert include Andrew Shulman and Cello Sawyers. The three pieces the characters perform during the concert includes; The Gale of Life, Cello Concerto in B minor, and Symphony No. 3. The composers of the pieces include; Philip Sawyers... Music...
Music Appreciation Critique #2
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...Appreciation Critique American society had changed significantly a century after a music curriculum was introduced byLowell Mason into Boston public schools and music educators and critiques developed music appreciation to respond to new demands, concerns and innovations of modern America. Advocates of music appreciation did not see the process of sacralizing a canon of musical masterworks as complete by the turn of the century. Their movement was under pressure from perceived social and moral changes actually took shape at this moment in order to continue the process of sacralizing high art music. The nineteenth century focused more on update in the new century where they wanted music... Task: Music...
Music Appreciation- Artist Research
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...Appreciation- Artist Research Chris Brown- Hip Hop Entertainer Chris Brown is currently among the most popular music artists in the modern hip hop music industry. From a young hip hop and R&B entertainer, Brown has amassed immense attention among the youth thereby becoming extremely famous in the industry. According to Thompson, Chris Brown rose to fame at a tender age of 16, moving ‘up the celebrity ranks as one of the top media draws in the industry’ (n.d.). The Saddleback Educational Publishing traces Brown music prowess to his imitation of Michael Jackson’s dance styles (5). Born in 1989 in Tappahannock, Virginia, Chris Brown started practicing Michael Jackson’s...
Art History and Appreciation
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...Appreciation Inserts His/Her ' ' ' ' ' ' Inserts Grade Inserts 13 August 2009 This paper is an analysis of three different paintings, namely, "The heart of Andes" by, Frederic, "The Volga Boatmen" by Edwin Efimovich Repin and "Battle of the Amazons" by Peter Paul Rubens which reveal the horror and cruelty of a battle. These paintings belong to three different painters that vary in presentation and content. Even though they captured a different image or form in their paintings, three of them share some similarities in their themes and moods. When evaluating these paintings, one can see that they reflect the very theme of human sufferings and struggle. Peter Paul Ruben's "the Battle... Art History and...
Art Appreciation Essay
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...APPRECIATION Here we shall be looking at the works of the renowned artist, Georgia O'Keeffe, known for her paintings. Some of herfamous pieces of art include Ladder to the Moon, 1958; Petunia No.2, 1924; New York--Night, 1926; Radiator Bldg--Night, New York, 1927; Sky Above the Clouds, 1962-63; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1960. Here, we shall be concentrating on two of her great art works of O'Keeffe, (i) Above the Clouds, 1962 (ii) Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1960. We shall go in depth to understand these two art pieces and try to see how an art is created, what all was used to make it, when was it made, why was that piece of art...
Management Appreciation Essay
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...Appreciation Matrix Structure A matrix structure is a management design that compartmentalizes employees intoproducts and functional categories. According to Alkhafaji (2003 p.90), the matrix structure differentiates the management ranks into the functions required to accomplish a given goal. In addition, the structure constitutes of subdivisions with respect to departments based on the requisite products. The various departments work in a cross functional manner with each other, leading to the high integration of personnel characterizing the structure. The individual and team workers making up the functional departments get instructions from the supervisors heading a given task... , W, R...
Film Music Appreciation
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...Appreciation A film score is music composed with the objective of matching up the actions in a film. In most cases, music scores are composed in orchestras. Films have background music, which help in ensuring that the story in the film flows in an entertaining and understandable manner. In many occasions, the audience will remember a scene clearly from a film score. A narrative is essentially a storyline; the actions depicted in a film. In the world of films, a film without a film score is categorized as substandard. This paper describes a film score and its functions in supporting a narrative. Film scores before the 1930s were not sophisticated enough compared to what is being... to...
Art Appreciation HUMA205
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...Appreciation HUMA 205 [The of the will appear here] [The of the will appear here] Section A The artworks selected for analysis in this paper relate to the Baroque Period. Baroque Art Period was a popular art form during the 1600s in Rome and other parts of the European World. This art style is differentiated from other movement in its focus on grandeur and opulence with exaggerated body postures. The three artworks selected are Jacob Jordaens’ Judgment of Paris, Caravaggio’s Bacchus and Diego Velazquez’s Mars Resting. All of these painting have a similar theme as they focus on mythological scenes and characters. Section B Judgment of Paris This painting was created by Jordeans with oil... Art...
Appreciation of western art
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...Appreciation. Art Appreciation. 2012. 8 December 2012 .... Art Criticism The Genre The chosen artwork is Fauvism. Fauvism as a genre emphasized on exuberant color and gallant alteration of form. It grew from France and was a departure from the earlier preferred genres such as Impressionism. Its existence was short lived as it was first taken over by cubism. The main characteristics demonstrated by the artwork and which qualify it as Fauvism are use of large bold colors and the apparent lesser detail given to form. Description The most recognizable objects in the painting are people. There are three of them, one in the far left, the other in the middle and the other in the far right. Each of the three...
Film study and appreciation
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...appreciation entails the analysis of the various elements of a film and evaluating their eventual impact on the overall impression of the film. In essence, a film is comprised of various aspects that are intertwined to present a story in the most captivating and comprehensive manner (Brown 5). The production of a film’s final form is attained by the utilization of various techniques in the development of the film. There are various aspects of film form including narrative, mise-en-scene, cinematography, editing and sound. This paper analyzes the aspect of cinematography in the film Ocean’s Eleven. In literal terms of, cinematography is means lighting... on the leadership of the main...
Final Evaluation about ART Appreciation
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...Appreciation Art Appreciation What was your favorite module or discussion? Which works of art or art-related discussion topics affected you the most and why? Who was the artist that inspired you the most? I liked to discuss colors and lines most of all. Those characteristics were defining in art understanding because artists used them the same way people used sentences and intonation in their speech. During the course I was lucky to rediscover Vincent van Gogh with his charming pictures. They attracted me by their complexity and interesting point of view they presented. 2. Writing is important when we are articulating ideas about the visual arts. Do you think you gained important skills... Art...
Letters of Appreciation to Caregivers
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...appreciation to caregivers. One person I naturally though of was Ray Nagin but the other one I though of is you. I don't know how much you, the SWAT force, and all of NOPD have been thanked for what you have accomplished. The papers tend to focus on events out of context like that mess near Slidell. They don't ever seem to mention how much good you did for the community or how many lives you saved from people too scared, stubborn, or incapable of fleeing. Try not to be too mad at them for being upset - they were traumatized and lashing out in any way they could. Not that you... Dear Ray Nagin, Mayor of New Orleans, My is ___________. Although I have been living in Houston for the last five years, I ...
Positive psychology: Altruism, Love, Appreciation, and Forgiveness.
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...Appreciation, and Forgiveness of the of the Positive Psychology: Altruism, Love, Appreciation, and Forgiveness Introduction It is almost a certainty that man is God’s most complex creation. Our capacity to remember past events and learn from them, or rather to make inferences about future actions or events in the light of previous dealings with individuals or groups makes us alert and discerning human beings. The concepts of love, appreciation, altruism and forgiveness are usually found intertwined along life’s pathways and this through this journal entry I propose to recount an incident that touched upon these concepts in my daily existence. Discussion We... Positive Psychology: Altruism, Love,...
Teaching Third Grade Students Art Appreciation
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...Appreciation Art is the stylistic expression of human emotions and aspirations. Appreciation of art in its various forms adds value to education. Appreciating the nuances of art can be learned at any age and children who are initiated into it early reap greater benefits. The methods used for teaching appreciation of art to third grade students should inspire them to explore the world of art, appreciate its aesthetic pleasures and also relate art to other academic disciplines. Aesthetic pleasure can be enjoyed by children. Jerrold Levinson in his book The Pleasures of Aesthetics proposes the characterization of aesthetic pleasure as "pleasure in an object is aesthetic when... Teaching Third Grade Art...
Piagets Theory of Cognitive Development: an Appreciation
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...Appreciation Man takes pride of his intellect which according to him separates him from the rest of the animal kingdom. Indeed, the scientific and technological advancement we can see today serves as a living testament to this belief. Such complex undertakings and achievements are due all to the human's mind. The question that invariably rises now is how the human mind achieved this state of being. Research on cognitive development, or the development of thinking processes, has had many enthusiasts -most of them philosophers - who proposed many explanations. However, the most influential theory of cognitive development was that of Jean Piaget... Number] Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development: an...
Consider how a currency appreciation might affect national income
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...Appreciation and National Income Outline Introduction Currency Appreciation and National Income Currency Appreciation and Economic Growth Currency Appreciation and Employment Currency Appreciation and Inflation Conclusion References Introduction Currency appreciation is simply defined as “an increase in the value of one currency relative to other currencies” (Arnold 2008, p. 165). It has a strong impact on the national income of the nation whose currency is affected. It can be achieved in many ways (Abbott & De Vita 2011) – however this is not within the scope of this article. In this article, an attempt is made to clearly discuss the impact of currency appreciation on the national income... ? Currency...
Music Appreciation of Brandenburg Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach
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...Appreciation of Brandenburg Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach Introduction: The Baroque period, which lasted for a century and half, is an important phase in the history of music. It is in this period that artists explored and developed a new realm of music, which, although was considered overtly ornamental and decorative during then, is now believed to be a significant era that enabled the transition from the renaissance period to the classical one. The prominent musicians in the Baroque period were Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Georg Frederic Handel, Arcangelo Corelli etc, of which the most important was Johann Sebastian Bach. The paper at hand is a music appreciation of J S Bach’s... ?Music...
Consider how a currency appreciation might affect national income
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...appreciation might affect national income An appreciation of a country’s currency is the increase in the value of the currency. It means the currency is worth more in terms of foreign currency. Current account deficits or surpluses and financial surpluses and deficits do not affect the economy directly. In fact, these surpluses or deficits are actually the outcome of what is occurring in an economy, instead of being the cause. Trade deficits over and over again occur when a nation’s economy is growing at a faster rate than the economies of its trading partners (CONKLIN, 1991 p 189). Trade balances are also affected by capital flows. If an economy of a nation... of the paper: Consider how a currency...
Film Appreciation
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...Historical Film Movement ‘film noir’ is the Forerunner of the Present-day Crime and Action Movies During the early forties, European film talent infiltrated the American industry, and in this influx was a new type of mystery/suspense movie known as the film noir. This was a hybrid of American pulp fiction street smarts and European expressionism. Film Noir was a style of black and white American films that became prominent in the post-war era. The primary moods of classic film noir were melancholy, alienation, bleakness, disillusionment, disenchantment, pessimism, ambiguity, moral corruption, evil, guilt, desperation and paranoia. Alfred Hitchcock was a forerunner of the American film noir... Film...
FILM APPRECIATION
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...Reading Assignments: Ideology, Psychoanalysis, Reception Theory Ideology http www.filmreference.com/encyclopedia/Criticism-Ideology/Ideology.html10 questions Who instituted the concept of ideology and why? Fredrich Engels and Karl Marx because ideology is a reflection of society, and they believed that if a person or ruling class understood that correlation it could be used for manipulation. What is ideology? A concept in Marxist examination of governing ideas that endorses interests of the dominant class i.e. the bourgeois. Positive emotions can suppress oppression and other forms of negativity. How did Marx and Engels initiate their critique? The very facets that are used... Assignments:...
Music appreciation
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...WANPING WANG 10/20 MUSIC 32 Orchestra Concert: My First Experience Of Formal Music Show I attended a music concert called “Orchestra Concert,” on October 16th, at 4 pm. Actually, I wanted to see a better piano show but to my surprise, this show also turned out to be good. I went to the concert with my friends Demi, Kyla, and Dean. It was the first ‘formal’ music concert that I have attended in my life. I was so excited that I could not wait for the concert to start. There were lots of people who had come to the concert, and they were excited too. The moment I entered the theatre, I saw lots of musical instruments and chairs, which were already set and arranged in a particular order. After... WANG 10/20...
Appreciation Letter
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...AS&QPD Mechanical Unit March 3, Dear Mr. Sullo, The AS&QPD Mechanical Unit would like to express our greatest gratitude for the work you perform as a contractor for the company during the last two years. You began your contract with us on March 19, 2013 and will finish the contract on March 5, 2015. During that time the company had the privilege of benefiting from your professional expertise. The work you perform as a lathe operator was superb. The other duties of your contract included overhauling pumps, valves, and maintaining PM checks. Your work in all aspects was outstanding. Your professionalism and effort was always above what we could expect from any contractor. We enjoyed having... Mechanical...
Understanding and Appreciation of the Interrelationship of Ethics and Business
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...Appreciation of the Interrelationship of Ethics & Business Part Halliburton Scandal. Knowing the rightness and wrongfulness of a conduct is made complicated when ethics is linked to morality that features rules, acts, duties, character, behavior, consequences, etc. This is what had happened to the Nigerian Bribery Scandal that linked the Halliburton Company. In the Halliburton scandal, the company has violated the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act because of their improper advantages considering that the company has paid some of Nigerian officials to gain access in the market in connection to its multi-dollar construction project. This action is deemed illegal and unethical... ?Understanding and...
Art appreciation
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...Greek Sculptures 0 Introduction The Greeks during the high ical age (470-430 BC), created standing sculptures of human figures, carved out of limestone and marbles, adapting seventh century Egyptian models. These sculptures were stiff, rigid, decorative, subordinate elements of tombs and temples rather than true sculpture. The range of depictions on heroic nude male (often in athletic contests) and draped female figures were prominent. This was the period when, Athens transformed from the Delian League to a tribute-paying empire; the then Ruler of Greece, Pericles, encouraged programs on art and architecture at Athens and the Athenian shrine at Eleusis (Demeter & Persephone) as part of his... Sculptures ...
Art Appreciation
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...The Great Architectural Traditions Old St. Peter's Basilica The Old St. Peter's Basilica was built in Rome, on the orders of the Roman Emperor Constantine, between 326 and 333 A.D. It took 30 years to complete. The basic design of the basilica conformed to the architecture of a Roman Basilica - a longitudinal hall, which includes "an atrium; a narthex or porch; a long nave flanked by side aisles; a transept hall crossing the nave; and a semicircular or polygonal apse opposite the nave." ("EARLY CHRISTIAN ART AND ARCHITECTURE," 2007) The Old St. Peter's Basilica "consisted of five aisles and a wide central nave and two smaller aisles to each side." ("Old Saint Peter's Basilica," Wikipedia... Great...
Art appreciation
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...appreciate the sheer peculiarity of Pollocks work... Jackson Pollock I think the work of the dynamic expressionist painter Jackson Pollock emerges as probably the most one ofa kind artisanship America has yet seen. Artisanship commentators hail Pollocks fine art as progressive, inventive, and interesting, providing for it the most noteworthy acclaim, and esteeming Pollocks compositions in the multi-million today. Nevertheless, to the nonprofessional, Pollocks depictions may have all the earmarks of being the irregular result of a discouraged and bothered alcoholic without any genuine ability. Just in the wake of investigating the strategy, foundations, and styles of Jackson Pollock, can one start to...
Art Appreciation
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...appreciated up to now. Additionally, both countries used art and craft to symbolize some of their cultural practices and religious beliefs. The Greek art revealed some of their religious practices and beliefs of the majority of the people. These techniques showed... Similarities and Differences between Greek and Egyptian art Art is the best and ideal way of expressing ones ideas and feelings concerning various things in life. Thus, many do art to put down their thoughts in pictures or carvings. These artworks are often attractive and send sincere messages to people or the world at large. This practice started a long time ago with various countries specifically known for inspirational and educative...
FILM APPRECIATION
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...?Reading Assignments: Ideology, Psychoanalysis, Reception Theory Ideology http www.filmreference.com/encyclopedia/Criticism-Ideology/Ideology.html 10 questions Who instituted the concept of ideology and why? Fredrich Engels and Karl Marx because ideology is a reflection of society, and they believed that if a person or ruling class understood that correlation it could be used for manipulation. What is ideology? A concept in Marxist examination of governing ideas that endorses interests of the dominant class i.e. the bourgeois. Positive emotions can suppress oppression and other forms of negativity. How did Marx and Engels initiate their critique? The very facets that are used to rule society...
Music Appreciation
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...appreciators to compare classical eras, such as the Romantic era... term ical music” is a very broad one, referring to the mainstream music produced between the mid-16th century and the beginning of the 20thcentury: a time also known as the common practice period. But the term can be stretched back as far as the 8th century and as far forward to today. However, when we hear someone talk about “classical music”, he or she is most likely talking about the kind of musical standards set in the common practice period, when European music became different in notation from the music of other parts of the world. Because the word “classical music” is unfairly broad, it is best for music scholars and appreciators ...
Art Appreciation Essay
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...?To begin with, the theoretical background in the field of aesthetic awareness and sensitivity presupposes a large scope of issues to be taken into account. In this respect the researchers rely on different flows in the art which can be precisely outlined into the three groups of theories. Formal, sociocultural, and expressive theories – all of them are to be taken into consideration once an observer is going to carry out his/her own research of a particular work of art. However, it is necessary to identify each set of theories in order to get an idea why each of them is so vital for nurturing artistic values and getting the message embodied in an artwork rightly. First, formal theories... begin with,...
Art and Music Appreciation
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... College: Discussion Questions: Art Medieval art consisted mostly of mosaics and images set in ivory or on parchment that decorated churches. While the images displayed stylistic similarities with the Greek and Roman art of previous periods, they also demonstrated an increased interest in abstraction and symbolism. Art has been in existence ever since our ancestors existed ,it was a form of expression and a form of communication. During the medieval era, art was mostly created out of ivory depicted in mosaic and images that were mostly displayed in churches. The images during this time portrayed symbolism and abstraction. According to Schneider-Adams ,there are six reasons why art... College:...
- Art and Music Appreciation
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...1 Discussion Question: Music Go to http www.youtube.com/watch?v=bINSmhssRRs&feature=related to listen to what is considered Debussys most famouscomposition, "Claire de Lune," (Moonlight) from Suite Bergamasque (for solo piano). Based on what you know about Impressionist music--as well as Debussys musical philosophy--in what ways does "Claire de Lune" reflect the Impressionist mindset? This is an impressionist song because it communicates a bunch of vague emotions but not strictly a singe one. The lower notes fade out and the high notes dominate. I especially like this song because it feels like some tension has been resolved. It reminds me a bit of a sunset: at first you are sad to see... Discussion...
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...Academia - Research December 2009 Location, location, location: art and its context A. This painting probably hangs in a museum of Modern Art. (It looks like a Mirò). I would expect it to be surrounded by others from the same movement and period. It looks like a watercolor rather than an oil painting. The objects are not recognizable, which is typical of abstract art: they do not represent physical objects but emotions and impressions, sensory or otherwise. I prefer paintings of things I can recognize. B. From the dress and hairstyle, this portrait probably hangs in some old castle, or a house decorated in antique style. She holds a dagger, so it could not be Vermeer who painted peaceful... - Research...
How intersectional identities can transform intersectional disadvantage into public appreciation through sports?
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...appreciation through sports? By Institution Date Contents Abstract 3 Part I: Introduction 4 Part II: Sports, Intersectionality and Apartheid 7 Part III: Post-apartheid South Africa and Rugby 17 Part III: Intersectionalities in Sport Today 31 Conclusion 44 Abstract Mainstream society has a tendency to ignore the complex nature of intersectional identities or to favour one group over another while largely ignoring others.1 Society’s treatment of intersectional identities is important because it, in part at least, influences how individuals interact with others and how the individual forms his or her own identity... ?Topic: How intersectional identities can transform intersectional disadvantage into public...
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...Academia - Research December 2009 Vitruvian Man: Icon of a Humanistic Age In the Renaissance scholars, architects and artists looked for ancient sagewritings to renew old concepts in what they were doing. It was based on humanistic views of realism and human emotion. The human figure was depicted in a naturalistic but ideal way, based on classic sculpture. Leonardo da Vinci used measurements from a work by Vitruvius to sketch a man in perfect proportions. The measurements were expressed as ratios of each other, e.g.: the length of a man’s leg is two times that of his foot, etc. This method was until then seen as perfection in God’s design, but Leonardo illustrated it in a scientific... - Research...
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...Academia - Research December 2009 Here to Stay: ical Conventions in Art The Italian academies and the Beaux Arts academy in France taught painting and sculpture bound by classical conventions: that is, with rules of form, perspective, composition, color and subject/theme. It was known as academic art and adhered to principles of contour, light and shade. Students copied the Old Masters to learn how it was done; there was a right way. Tutors made sure tenets and customs were preserved, so that when we look at these old paintings and statues we see attempts to portray life, portraits and scenes from mythology and scriptures, not original ideas. The human form, landscapes and still life were... - Research...
- Art and Music Appreciation
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...Academia - Research December 2009 This is Not Art: Brad Holland Expresses Himself Brad Holland’s website (2009) is a humorously cynical expression ofanger at how the formal, institutional world sees art. The best picture is the one of a cat, with writing on it that says, ‘If a picture’s going badly, put a dog in it.’ This means the picture must be good, because it is a cat. Beyond its bare form, I see how anthropomorphic the cat is: like a man in bandanna and moustache. It is a glum and fatalistic cat, but flat and funny: which is Brad Holland all over. This tongue-in-cheek humor is all over the collage, which provides excellent information on history of art, only with a flippant touch... - Research...
Music Appreciation ( classical)
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...Your full full May 12, The Impressionism Before going into comparing the works and styles of two popular impressionist composers, Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, let’s get a better understanding of what impressionism actually was. Fine arts entered a new era in the last decades of the nineteenth century which was called Impressionism period. In the impressionism period, artists were highly inspired by the visual realities and they used to depict the nature and visual realities in their paintings and other artworks. Impressionist artists liked to capture the movements of light and color and show them in their paintings. In the impressionism period, the artists used light and water themes... full full...
Music appreciation Sruvey
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...?Razumovsky String Quartet N Op 59 1rst Movement Beethoven, Ludwig Van 1770, b Bonn 1827, d Vienna Beethoven was born in December 1770 in Bonn. When Haydn was traveling thru Bonn in 1790, he had taken time to meet Beethoven. It is his influence that made Beethoven go to Vienna to further his studies in 1792 where he spent the rest of his life. He died in Vienna in 1827. His first teacher was his father who was a tyrant. His father wanted him to become the next Mozart. Beethoven had played for Mozart as a child. He was a prolific pianist. Mozart as an old man said he would have an excellent career. In Vienna, he started out as a student, but soon rose in the ranks. He had a terrible... String Quartet N...
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