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Drama

Proscenium arch, perspective, scene design, What were the major contributions of the Italian Renaissance theatre? Professional Theater What was the Commedia dell’Arte? Lazzo-repeated comic business, improvisation, stock characters, cartoon, What are the characteristics of Commedia style performance? Torelli change wings and back shutters What is the chariot and pole system? Neoclassical structure Italian Renaissance followed…

World History Renaissance and Reformation

Humanism Renaissance movement that focused on choice, individualism, achievement, wordly issues, and humanist subjects like art and literature Classical Antiquity Having to do with ancient Rome and Greece- Renaissance art and literature was greatly influenced by classical antiquity Secularism Worldly rather than spiritual, concerned with here and now- major part of humanism Patron Member of…

Ch 17.2 Northern Renaissance

no place utopia craftsman, invented the printing press Johann Gutenberg most famous writer of the Elizabethan Age William Shakespeare Bubonic Plague What caused the decline of the European population by 1450? disease that killed thousands What is the Bubonic Plague? after the Hundred Years War When did the cities’ population start to increase? city states…

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Italian vs. Northern Renaissance Art

Italian Renaissance structure, broad pic, classical, elements: BOP and perspective Italian Renaissance secular: religious subjects with secular elements, very human figures. Italian Renaissance Fresco, light and airy because pastel colors mixed with plaster which is white, more spacing Italian Renaissance ideal, beauty, perfection Northern Renaissance very detailed, many were manuscript painters so very precise Northern…

Secular Renaissance

What are five characteristics of the madrigal? Secular, choral, polyphonic, set to love poetry, text painting. Who was a madrigal composer? John farmer What did john farmer compose? Fair Phyllis What are four characteristics of a lute song? Secular, voice with lute, homophonic and in english Who was a lute song composer? John dowland What…

Music Appreciation: Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Baroque

Church- Catholic -Most of the important musicians were priests and worked for the church -Women were not allowed to sing in the Church -Church frowned upon the use of instruments Fugue A polyphonic composition based on one main theme called a subject. Counter Subject when the subject in one voice is constantly accompanied in another…

WORLD HISTORY – Unit 1 : The Renaissance & The Reformation

Renaissance rebirth of art and learning Medici famous and wealthy family that used their wealth to fund art and scholarship secular worldly concerned with the here and now patrons financially supporting something indulgence a pardon into heaven Protestant Christians who belonged to non-Catholic churches annul setting a illegitimate marriage aside The 95 Theses 95 examples…

US History ch 24

Throughout the 1920s, the performance of the United States economy saw nearly uninterrupted prosperity coupled with severe inequalities In the 1920s, the development of practical radio communication was furthered by both A and B During the 1920s, airplanes were largely a source of entertainment During the 1920s, products that grew dramatically in use in the…

English Renaissance Theatre

Italian Renaissance ( Neoclassical) Drama -Verismilitude -Decorum -Moral lesson- “to please and instruct” -The Three Unities -time, place and action -Five act structure -Separation of genres English Renaissance ( Elizabethan) drama -Mixed neoclassical, medieval, and uniquely english elements – Disregarded neoclassical unities – Episodic structure – Mixture or serious and comic elements – Appealed to…

World History Renaissance 9th Grade

Renaissance Period Rebirth of Greek and Roman Culture Renaissance Art realistic, advanced, clear emotions, nature, nudity, geometric arrangement, light source Middle Age Art 2D, religious, messed-up feet, proportions all wrong, little emotions, dull colors Leonardo da Vinci A painter, sculptor, inventor, painted Monalisa, “Renaissance Man” Filippo Brunelleschi Artist, Physics into art, architect, Big dome, Medici…

Art History: Italian vs. Northern Renaissance

Titian Italian Renaissance Raphael Italian Renaissance Vercocchio Italian Renaissance Masaccio Italian Renaissance Donatello Italian Renaissance Michelangelo Italian Renaissance Botticelli Italian Renaissance Di Vinci Italian Renaissance Brunelleschi Italian Renaissance Ghiberti Italian Renaissance El Greco Northen Renaissance Roger van der Weyden Northern Renaissance Albrecht Dürer Northern Renaissance Jan Van Eyck Northern Renaissance Hans Holbein Northern Renaissance Jean…

Louis Armstrong and the Harlem Renaissance

Where did Louis Armstrong grow up? New Orleans What instrument did Louis Armstrong play? The cornet What kind of music did Armstrong pursue? Jazz What was the name of Armstrong’s first band? Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five His first wife was a… Prostitute How did the public discover he could sing? A Broadway production…

Compare & Contrast: Venetian Renaissance Art Versus Roman & Florentine Art

Venetian Art could be described as… Painterly. Soft edges and strong mark making approach with impasto paint and a flurry of brushwork. The softer fluffier brushwork became known as ‘poesie’ or visual poetry & grew more popular in the Baroque & Rococo periods that followed. Roman & Florentine Painting could be characterized by the use…

Medieval and Renaissance Music

Plato Who was the Greek philosopher that had much to say about music, its relationship to other disciplines, and it’s effect on moral development? Pythagoras Who is better known for theories relating to geometry, delineated the relationship between numeric ratios and pitch intervals? Middle Ages The Medieval Period is also known as? 476-1450 What are…

Harlem Renaissance poems

Effie Waller Smith The Long Grave on the Mountain Effie Waller Smith Evening among the Cumberlands Effie Waller Smith The Uncultured Man Effie Waller Smith At Daniel Boone’s Monument Effie Waller Smith The “Bachelor Girl” Effie Waller Smith Apple Sauce and Chicken Fried Effie Waller Smith The Colored Soldiers of the Spanish-American War Claude McKay…

Late Renaissance Artists

Titian 1520 colorito Parmigiano 1530 elongation, distortion Holbein 1540 high class subjects Bronzino 1540 masks/facades Brueghal 1560 Reverse Composition Veronese 1570 Grand scale, architecture Tintoretto 1590 glowing people, strange palette, energy

Renaissance background

Sir Thomas More friends w/ Erasmus. published a book, “Utopia” about perfect society on imaginary island. no poverty or greed, everything shared, everyone equal. people governed by reason. eventually put to death for his ideas. Sir Walter Raleigh writer put to death for his ideas. attempted to establish colony in Virginia. also a protege poet…

political ideas of the renaissance

Niccolo Machiavelli an Italian philosopher and writer The Prince A book published in 1532 Machiavelli believed men are ungrateful, fickle, liars, and deceivers, they shun danger and are greedy for profit. Absolute ruler Machiavelli felt that a ruler should be willing to do anything to maintain control without worrying about conscience. Machiavellian Refers to the…

MIDDLE AGES AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC

Priests educated, virtuous, held in high esteem Peasants common people, worked hard for nobility, fought for them, very religious, blind trust nobility land owners, born into nobility, leaders of armies, fought for control of land, extravagant food, music, life, feudalism musicians itinerant, some trained in the church (sacred), minstrels, wandering poets called troubadours or trouveres…

Famous People in During the Harlem Renaissance

Jacob Lawrence A painter who detailed the experiences of the Great Migration north through art. One of the century’s greatest painters. Langston Hughes A Poet who blended or combine the experiences of African and American cultural roots Duke Ellington A jazz composer, bandleader, and pianist was born on April 29, 1899 in Washington D.C. He…

Chapter 27 The Renaissance Begins

What is the French meaning of the word renaissance? How do historians use the word? Renaissance means rebirth. Historians use the word to describe the rebirth of widespread interest in classical art and learning that took place in Europe. What changes during the late Middle Ages pave the way for the renaissance? Trade and commerce….

Humanities Art Quizzes Modules 5-7

TRUE or FALSE: Images of heaven and hell caused medieval people to consider their eternal fate. True TRUE or FALSE: Relics were held to have spiritual power—to affect healing miracles and time off from Purgatory. True The semicircular space above a Romanesque portal is called a _____. tympanum The Second and Third Crusades were announced…

MUSIC Test 2

Because minimal Greek music notation exists today Why don’t we know exactly what Greek music sounded like? A Greek drinking song, the music notation was carved on a tombstone “Epitaph of Seikilos” is an example of what? Monophonic Improvising Involved voices and/or instruments Explain greek music and what the fundamentals of it included. Lyre Aulos-player…

Northern Renaissance vs. Italian Renaissance Art

Northern Renaissance Art Northern Artists, sculptors, and architects were influenced by daily life, portraits, religious scenes, and scenes of nature. They were surrounded by Gothic Cathedrals in France, Germany and England, which contributed to their style. Since no wealthy patrons who wanted grand paintings were sponsoring them, artists focused on daily life and ordinary people…

Music Appreciation

Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra Bretten, 1946; Classical; Triple meter opening, then duple and compound; Homophonic except for the polyphonic ending; Togetherness of whole symphony, then highlights separate pieces of the symphony (woodwinds, brass, percussion), and then the whole symphony together again. Alleluia, O virga mediatrix Hildegard of Bingen, Middle Ages; Chant; Sacred; Monophonic;…

AP European History- The Italian Renaissance

Georgio Vasari 16th century painter, architect, writer who called era in which he lived “rinacita”, rebirth, or rather the Renaissance Mood of the Renaissance significant contributions were made to Western civilization, with particular gains in literature, art, philosophy and political and historical thought, sought personal credit for achievements rather than glory to God city-states center…

Famous People of the Renaissance

Baldassare Castiglione social writer; The Courtier, a book describing the ideal “Renaissance Man” Michelangelo sculptor; poet; architect; painter; David sculpture; painting of the Sistine Chapel ceiling Donatello classical sculptor; free-standing sculpture of DAVID Leonardo da Vinci painter; inventor; scientist; MONA LISA; THE LAST SUPPER; known as “The Renaissance Man” Raphael Sanzio classical painter; SCHOOL OF…

Renaissance- New Monarchs

institutions that originate in High Middle Ages Sheriffs, inquests, juries, circuit judges, professional bureaucracies, and representative assemblies. What was new about the monarchs? -invested kingship with a strong sense of royal autority and national purpose -believed monarchy was one thing that linked all classes and peoples within definite territorial boundaries. What was not so new…

Test 4 Luther and the Reformation

B) A substantial increase in religious toleration. As a result of the Protestant Reformation all of these things occurred EXCEPT one. Which event is the exception? A) A series of religious wars in Europe. B) A substantial increase in religious toleration. C) A movement within the Catholic Church to correct abuses. D) The establishment of…

Chapter 5

Education and literacy became more widespread during the renaissance in part due to the invention of the printing press True The term Renaissance man is used in case someone who is well educated in many areas True The music of the Renaissance changed very little from the late Middle Ages False The renaissance attitude of…

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