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Compare/Contrast Essay : Opera and modern forms of entertainment
Pages 5 (1255 words)
(Student’s Name) (Professor) (Subject) (Date) Opera and Films – Compare and Contrast Essay Opera and Films are two forms of entertainment that have been invented from various other natural art forms such as music, singing, dancing, acting, etc. Both opera and films have attracted and entertained audience over the years.
Both forms of entertainment have a lot of similarities and at the same time differences. This paper is aimed at comparing and contrasting the two forms of entertainment: Opera (Classical) and Films (Modern). In order to do so, first the two forms of entertainment will be briefly discussed. Opera Opera is a multi-dimensional art form that brings numerous art forms together. It is all art forms rolled into one. The numerous arts that are present in an opera are costumes (couture), story (theatre), sets (visual art), dance (choreography), lighting (technical art), singing (vocal art), drama (acting) and orchestra (music) (Zouves, 2009). All these arts converge and result in a perfect performing art called opera. Films Films are also an art form and more importantly the most liked and appreciated modern form of entertainment. Films too like an opera use different art forms to produce a single art form (Livingston, 2009). A film is different from other art forms in the way that it records and captures the performance as a series of images and then reproduces it to be watched multiple times without actually having to put in the efforts. That it reproduces the performance as and when desired. Stage Stage is a very important aspect during an opera performance. ...
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