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Classical Music Project Of Epicness!!!!!!! 1750-1820's

Its epic!!!!!!!!

Andrew Roczniak

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of Classical Music Project Of Epicness!!!!!!! 1750-1820's

Made By Andy, Esta, Milkey, and Daniel. THE MUSIC PROJECT OF EPICNESS!!!!!!!! pi The first thing that we will be talking about is........ Fashion!!! MUSIC!
Characteristics include:
.Importance of formal structure
.Instrumental forces enlarged
.Dynamic levels increased
.Ornamentation restricted
.Universal tonal language
.Clarity and balance typify the music
.Vertical structure-little counterpoint Now for the next part....... Art: Art: The next thing we will be talking about is...... The fashion of 1750-1820 Fashion: The third thing we will be talking about is...... 1750-1820's art: Art: The fashion of the 1750's to 1820's were very much the same as the
fashions that are worn today... Not as much the same styles but of self
expression.... It also was showing whose side you were on, after the french revolution not many people wanted to be apart of the same class of the french. Which then started the fashion trend of expressing yourself by what ever style thought fit you.

.The high class women's fashion was made up of long heavy dresses and skirts. [visible breasts also were a very big part of this look]
.The low class women's fashion was made up of very simple dresses and skirts, visible breasts were not a very big part of this fashion.

.The man's fashion was pretty much all the same except for the lower class
was most likely more worn out and dirty, but as for the high class was more new and taken care of.

.The man's fashion was made up of very tight pants, long coats and very high boots, once again the lower class might of been more worn out then the high class so it was the same style but was made by different designers and tailors.[the higher class also had more jewelery to go along with there style]
.The working class had worn a lot more baggier pants and shirts mostly because they didn't want to wear any of there nicer clothes or because it was all they had.

.The headgear and hairstyles for the women consisted of....

Many curls over the ears and at the front and back of the head,
Wigs were also very popular during that time,
.straw bonnet
.mob cap.

The Man's fashion consisted of....
.tall standing collars
.hair wax
.over coats
.cravat[tied in various fashions]
.hessian boots
.wellington boots

Mostly every single style that the Europeans had come up with would end up having a huge effect on the way the north Americans dressed. hkhh Some famous artist's from that time are...
.Christopher Gluck
.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
.Ludwig van Beethoven Classical music was very simple and balanced, at times it could be very emotional and other times have no emotion at all. ART!!!! Music: The artist we picked for our project was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
baptismal name; Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart.

Born: Jan 27th 1756 Birth place: Austria
Died: Dec 5th 1791 He was one of Five children, three died because of natural causes.

Mozart was one of the most influential artists of all time and from pretty much the start of his life it must of already seemed that he was bound for greatness.....

According to his father, he was playing piano well by age 4, by age 5 he was writing his own compositions. Music: The artist we picked for this project was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Baptismal name: Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart
Born: Jan 27th 1756
Died: Dec 5th 1791
Birth place: Austria
He was one of five children, three died from natural causes.

.According to his father, Mozart was amazing at piano at age four.

.He started to write his own compositions at age five. The next two things we will be talking about are..... Economics and Politics!!!!!!! Many new taxes imposed
Taxes on imported sugar, tea, and paper
Economies were failing
France was in debt supporting the U.S in their revolution
People were starving
Many failed crops and bread shortages
Lower class rebelled against Kings, nobility and clergy
Revolts led to new republic Shout out to Western Binkie for showing us a lot of support on this project!!! Western Binkie aka Liam :):):):):):):).

He is one of our good friends on xbox. Basic summery:
The classical music period was full of good music and good artists that helped make it the way it was and is today. Even though the time period was quite bad, music had still played a huge role in relaxing and giving good expression to the bad times, the art also played a big role in this time period because it helped describe the mood and situation of that time. The fashion helped give people a voice of there own during the time of the french revolution. The economics and politics were really bad at that time but as I said the music helped make it better. We HoPe you liked our presentation!!!

Thank you :) the piece that we chose was requiem mass in d minor by mozart this piece is famous because it was mozart last piece it was left unfinish because of mozart death. it was composed in vienna. Art: the artist we picked is william blake
.born November 28 1757
.died august 28 1827
.birthplace London, England
He was largely unrecognized during his life time but
now he is considered seminal figure in the history of both the poetry and visual arts. Not only did he paint but he also was a poet

The piece we chose was newton it was complete in 1795 the painting show newton sitting on a rock at the bottom of the sea drawing diagrams with a compass
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