Transcript: Society’s Role in Dance Where the movement originated Conclusion Relevant timeframe Edouard Manet Pablo Picasso Salvadore Dali Paul Cezanne Vincent Van Gogh Jackson Pollock Edvard Munch Alfred Stieglitz Defining characteristics The Modern Era was a period with big technological advances and political changes. Automobiles, airplanes, spacecraft, telephones, radios, television, and the internet were spreading information to people around the world faster than ever before. World War I and II change the lives of people in Europe and America and sparked outbreaks of violence. Musical styles began to change and expand across cultures. Music was introduced instantly into the world rather than taking decades. Edouard Manat showed Le dejeuner sur l'herbe Paris, 1863 The Interpretion of Dreams Sigmund Freud Music Where the movement originated The modernist movement resulted from sweeping social and technological changes in the late 18 and 19th centuries. Artists freely expressed their own thoughts, emotions, and ideas in a new revolutionary way. Visual arts- Involved dozens of different art movements Drama- Many characteristics that were influenced by industrialization and the beginning of new world wars Music- More unconventional sounds Dance- Broke free from tradition. Dance styles have evolved as music styles evolved. Drama Early 20th Century Composers: France-Claude Debussy United States-Aaron Copland Russia-Igor Stravinsky Late 20th Century: United States-Samuel Barber Hungary-Gyorgy Ligeti Poland-Krzystof Penderecki (Bboymor, n.d.) (Dancers in White, n.d) The Modern Era of Dance is Characterized by: FREEDOM from FORM & Increased VARIATION & EXPRESSION References Significant artists of the time Drama (Modern Art Music, n.d.) (Misty Copeland, 2015) (The Art Story Foundation, 2016) Harry Fox (Fox Trot) Bill Bo jangles Robinson (Tap) Gene Kelly (Tap) Fred Astaire & Ginger Rodgers (Tap) Jack Cole (Jazz) Jose Limon (Contemporary Jazz) Martha Graham (Modern Jazz) Alvin Ailey (Modern Jazz) Kevin Donovan (Hip Hop) Maria Tallchief (Ballet) Misty Copeland (Ballet) Mikhail Baryshnikov (Ballet) Where the movement originated 1900 CE - Present Modern Contemporary Visual Arts The Interrelation of Dance, Drama, Art & Music Late 19th century to present Defining characteristics (Modern Art Music, n.d.) (The Museum of Modern Art, 2016) How society was involved Significant Dancers of the Modern Era Dance The industrial revolution and world wars were a great influence on modern drama. Playwrights wanted to create things that were real, but also out of the ordinary. People wanted to see things that would relate to their lives, but still entertain them. Le dejeuner sur l'herbe, Edouard Manet , 1863 In the 1900s New Dance Styles began to originate from United States. Influenced by new genres of music, and cultural influences from around the world. Different forms of Tap and Jazz in particular were born in the US. Visual Arts (Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Dancing, 1936) How society was involved Dance Styles have Evolved as Music Styles Evolved. Theatrical Performances, Movies and Television Shows have contributed greatly to the popularity of different forms of Dance. Defining characteristics Ella Fitzgerald- Jazz James Brown- Funk The Temptations- Motown Elvis-Rock & Roll Claude Debussy- Composer Aaron Copland- Composer Al Green- Rhythm and Blues Snoop Dogg- Rap Garth Brooks- Country U2- New Age -Bboymor-E (Own work) Genealogical Tree of Dance. [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons -Bettmann (1936) [Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Dancing] www.gettyimages.com http://www.gettyimages.com/license/517726720 -Boatman, M. 2015. Peoria Ballet Modern Trio. Retrieved from: http://www.mikeboatman.com/gallery/ballet/ -Gascoigne, Bamber. “History of Dance” HistoryWorld. From 2001, ongoing. http://www.historyworld.net/timesearch/default.asp?conid=2&topsort=21984853&direction=PREV&keywords=Dance&timelineid= -Gilbert, A. (1998) Al Gilbert’s Tap Dictionary. Music Works Unlimited. -Glover, L. (n.d.). [Dancers in White] www.sxc.hu. Retrieved from http://www.freeimages.com/photo/dancers-in-white-1440514 -History of Modern Drama. (n.d.). Retrieved August 05, 2016, from http://www.dramacraft.net/history-of-modern-drama.html -Katerina (2015) [Dancer] www.pixabay.com Retreived from: https://pixabay.com/en/dancing-dancers-dance-dancer-882940/ -Leutwyler, H. (2015) [Misty Copeland, Self Assignment] www.gettyimages.com http://www.gettyimages.com/license/525586412 -Mildner, S. (n.d.). [Lindy Hop] www.sxc.hu. Retrieved from http://www.freeimages.com/photo/lindy-hop-1532362 -Modern Art Music. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.wmich.edu/mus-gened/mus150/1500%20webbook%20modern%20artmu--sic/Modern%20ArtMusic.htm -Modern Dance History (2016) Contemporary-Dance.org Retrieved from: http://www.contemporary-dance.org/modern-dance-history.html -Sponaugle , B. 13 Famous Hip-Hop Dancers. June 5, 2014. Retrieved from:
Transcript: REFERENCES Phanerozoic eon Phanerozoic In this period the evolution of humans happened, the humans evolve from hominid primates to Homo Sapiens, also passed the widespread continental glaciation Quaternary CENOZOIC 2.6 Ma - Present The Evolution of the mammals and birds into their modern forms TERTIARY Tertiary 66 Ma - 2.6 Ma In this period the Extinction of the Dinosaurs happened, also the First Primates appear and the first flowering plants show up Cretaceous MESOZOIC 145 Ma - 66 Ma The First Bird appeared with the name “Archaeopteryx lithographica”, but today Archaeopteryx is not considered as a bird. The Dinosaurs started to Diversify JURASSIC JURASSIC Archaeopteryx lirhographica 201.3 Ma - 145 Ma The First Mammals came up, they were “Shrew-like animals”. Also the first dinosaur appear, the name of this one was “Eoraptor” Triassic Triassic 252 Ma - 201 Ma Many BIG Extinctions passed Extinguishing a lot of species. Reptiles Diversify. PERMIAN PALEOZOIC 298.9 Ma - 252.2 Ma CARBONIFEROUS First Reptiles evolved, also scale trees show up CARBONIFEROUS 358.9 Ma - 298.9 Ma The first amphibians appeared, this animals had leg-like fins and with them they started to crawl along the sea bottom. Devonian 419.2 Ma - 358.9 Ma The First land plants emerged (mostly from northern hemisphere) Still the first land animals (like scorpions) came up SILURIAN SILURIAN This type of animals were the first ones to walk in the land 443.8 Ma - 419.2 Ma Diversification of the Metazoan Families ORDOVICIAN ORDOVICIAN 485.4 Ma - 443.8 Ma The First fish came, they are represented like jawless armoured fish known as “ostracoderms” CAMBRIAN CAMBRIAN 541 Ma - 485.4 Ma The name of this period is given for the oldest eras. In here the first skeletal elements appeared, also the first soft-bodied metazoans and finally the first animal traces The Precambrian represents more than 80% of the total geologic record. PROTEROZOIC PRECAMBRIAN ARCHEAN HADEAN PRECAMBRIAN 4.6b Ma - 541 Ma Koch C.F., Hansen T.A.(n.d.) Cretaceous Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Cretaceous-Period Neogene Period (n.d.) Encyclopedia Britanica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Neogene-Period Tang C.M. (n.d.) Jurassic Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Jurassic-Period Logan A. (n.d.) Triassic Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Triassic-Period Ross J.R.P. (n.d.) Permian Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Permian-Period Manger W.L. (n.d.) Carboniferous Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Carboniferous-Period House M.R. (n.d.) Devonian Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Devonian-Period Jhonson M.E. (n.d.) Silurian Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Silurian-Period Holland S.M. (n.d.) Ordovician Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Ordovician-Period Robison R.A., Crick R.E., Markes E.J. (n.d.) Cambrian Period, Encyclopedia Britannica. Recovered on August 30,2018 of https://www.britannica.com/science/Cambrian-Period REFERENCES
Transcript: Raphael- The Fire of Borgo Da Vinci- Vitruvian Man Titian- Assunta Michelangelo - The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel ceiling Donatello- Saint Mark Tielman Susato- Danserye (Dance) Dance was for entertainment Considered a social expectation- royal court stewards danced to prove themselves Dancing done in pairs- usually natural component of courtship Most famous collections of instrumental music, called Danserye, was written by composer Tielman Susato in 1551(Taylor, n.d). Music was often performed by harpsichordists, lutenists or instrumental groups (Taylor, n.d). Paired dances were the pavane and the galliard “The pavane was a slow, stately, processional-style dance in two-beat time, while the galliard was brisk, lively dance with skips and jumps in three-beat time” (Taylor, n.d). Mona Lisa Video Renaissance Defining characteristics 14th – 17th century period, began in Italy Bridge between middle ages and modern era Intellectual movement called humanism Term Renaissance means- “rebirth” “The discovery and exploration of new continents, the substitution of the Copernican for the Ptolemaic system of astronomy, the decline of the feudal system and the growth of commerce, and the invention or application of such potentially powerful innovations as paper, printing, the mariner's compass, and gunpowder” (Guisepi, n.d) The period is characterized by a rebirth among English elite of classical learning, a rediscovery of ancient Greek and Roman authors, and a recovery of the ancient Greek spirit of scientific inquiry (British Literature Survey, n.d). English literary accomplishment: a major writer was William Shakespeare Music The style of painting, sculpture and decorative arts identified with the Renaissance emerged in Italy in the late 14th century; it reached its zenith in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, in the work of Italian masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael. In addition to its expression of classical Greco-Roman traditions, Renaissance art sought to capture the experience of the individual and the beauty and mystery of the natural world. Leonardo da Vinci, the ultimate "Renaissance man," practiced all the visual arts and studied a wide range of topics, including anatomy, geology, botany, hydraulics and flight. His formidable reputation is based on relatively few completed paintings, including "Mona Lisa," "The Virgin of the Rocks" and "The Last Supper." It was common for artists of this time to paint religious images of subjects such as, The Last Supper, Sistene Chapel, or the The Virgin Mary that at the time were considered devotional objects, but are now considered works of art. The Renaissance was a time of growing knowledge for the poor, the idea of humanism and the idea of free thinking (History, 2012). The idea of Humanism was that humans had the ability to do anything Visual and performing arts provided pivotal inspiration during this time giving people the courage and ability to revive cultural ideals, values, and intellect lost during previous centuries. References British Literature Survey. (n.d). Periods: Renaissance. Retrieved from http://people.umass.edu/eng2/per/renaissance.html Guisepi, R. A. (n.d). The Renaissance. Retrieved from http://history-world.org/renaissance.htm History (1996-2012). Retrieved from http://www.history.com/topics/renaissance-artdance-music-of-the-renaissance-history-and-forms.html Renaissance spell (2007-2011). Retrieved from http://www.renaissance-spell.com/renaissance-architecture.html RENAISSANCE DRAMA . (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/library/alumni/online_exhibits/digital/2000/c_n_c/c_05_renaissance/renaissance_drama.htm Taylor, J. (n.d). Dance Music of the Renaissance: History and Forms. Retrieved from http://study.com/academy/lesson/ The Renaissance. (n.d). Retrieved from http://www.tampapix.com/renaissance.htm http://www.history.com/topics/leonardo-da-vinci/videos/historys-burning-questions-mona-lisa Visual Arts Early Renaissance music (1400 – 1467) gradually dropped the late Medieval period's complex devices of isorhythm and extreme syncopation, resulting in a more flowing style. What the music "lost" in rhythmic complexity, it gained in rhythmic vitality, as a "drive to the cadence" became a prominent feature around mid-century 1470- music starts to be printed using a printing press Famous makers- Neuschel for his trumpets Music was polyphony -is a texture consisting of two or more simultaneous lines of independent melody 1534 until around 1600, an impressive poly-choral style developed, which gave Europe some of the grandest, most sonorous music composed up until that time, with multiple choirs of singers, brass and strings in different spatial locations St. Mark's Basilica which led to the Baroque era. Examples of instruments: Brass, stings, percussions, and woodwinds (get pictures for reference) Classical learning and wisdom after a long period of cultural decline and stagnation (Guisepi,
Transcript: The Renaissance Learning Team B: Mellisa Carlon, Andrea Hart, Matt Musk, Holly Payne, and Arisha Williams Visual Arts Visual Arts 1 • Revival from the Middle Ages • Interest in Ancient Greek and Roman art • Less emphasis on religious art • Humanism • Linear perspective • Science, the environment, and philosophy in the arts (The Artist Editorial, 2016). Defining Characteristics • Giotto (Painter) • Lorenzo Ghiberti (Sculptor) • Masaccio (Painter) • Botticelli (Painter) • Leonardo de Vinci (Painter) • Michelangelo (Sculptor and painter) • Raphael (Painter) (History, 2010). Significant Artists 2 1400-1600 Relevant Time Frame 3 Florence, Italy Where the Movement Originated 4 Visual Arts and artists drastically increased due to higher education sponsored by the church and wealthy merchants of the time period. There was a large demand for paintings (History, 2010). How society was involved? 5 • In 1400, Italian banker Giovanni de Medici founded the Medici Bank in Florence • 1453, The Hundred Years Wars ended • Sixtus IV was appointed Pope in 1471, continuing the major building projects in Rome (Sistine Chapel) • The Age of Exploration • Roman Golden Age (Wilde, 2018). Other Important Historical Events 6 Drama Drama 1 -European drama was from about the 15th to the early 17th centuries. -Rediscovery and imitation of classical works established the Renaissance drama foundations of the modern theater. -England’s major contribution was the lively Elizabethan stage. -Renaissance drama began in Italy, with scholars initially attempting to recreate the original stagings of Greek and Roman plays, then adapting them to contemporary dress and speech. Defining characteristics: Significant Artists -Williams Alabaster: English poet, playwright, and religious writer -John Marston: English poet, playwright and satirist -Williams Shakespeare: English poet, playwright and actor, widely regarded as both the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist 2 matist Late 1500s to early 1600s Relevant time-frame: 3 Italy Where the movement originated: 4 -There were staged dramatizations of Biblical events. -These societies were concerned with poetry, music and drama and held contests to see which society could compose the best drama in relation to a question posed. How society was involved: 5 -Costumes became a subject of controversy when some aristocrats felt that actors could use them to disguise their social status, outside of the play-house. -Costumes were also used to disguise the genders of actors. -All actors in the theater during Shakespeare’s time were men. So young boys were playing female’s parts, and they needed costumes that made them believable as females Other important historical events 6 Music Music 1 Renaissance music focused on a shift from religious to secular spirit Music was still based on modes (notes) of a pitch, but was beginning to focus on accidentals (sharp ( ♯ ), flat ( ♭ ), and natural ( ♮ ) ) Texture of the music was blended rather than contrasted Harmony was a significant focus, especially the flow and progression of chords Polyphonic (multiple melodies) music was the principal form of music composed early in the Renaissance. Defining characteristics: William Byrd (1543–1623) Josquin Des Prez (1440–1521) Thomas Tallis (1510–1585) Pierre de La Rue (1460–1518) Claudio Monteverdi (1567–1643) Significant Artists 2 Between the 14th and 17th centuries (1300-1700 AD) Relevant time-frame: 3 Generally considered to have began in Florence, Italy Where the movement originated: 4 Music was an important part of civic, religious, and extravagant life in the Renaissance. The rich exchanging of ideas in Europe, as well as political, economic, and religious events in the period led to significant changes in styles of composing, methods of spreading music, new musical genres, and the development of musical instruments. How society was involved: 5 The lifetime of Guillaume Dufay (1397-1474), a French and Flemish composer, popular as a leading composer of the early Renaissance. Catholic Counter-Reformation (1550) where the church met to discuss complaints against the church and it's music. The last period of madrigals (secular vocal music composition) before being reformed to a lighter tone. Other important historical events 6 Dance Dance 1 Renaissance Dance refers to Early European Dance Renaissance Choreography from master and student notes Two types of dance Country Dance Court Dance Renaissance Dance has been linked to: Ballroom Ballet Defining characteristics: Three Dance Masters have been identified in Renaissance dance: 15th Century Dominico da Piacenza Antonio Corrazzano Guiglielmo Ebero da Pesaro Significant Artists 2 Renaissance Dance 1300-1600 Relevant time-frame 3 Renaissance dance originated in the courts of Italy and France Where the movement originated 4 High society acknowledged dance the highest skill set. Dance was a highly praised accomplishment for a lady or a gentleman. The
Transcript: Historical Periods Presentation: The Neoclassical and Classical Period 1750-1820 CE Ballerinas were the focus, with the man supporting them. The movement originated from Russian Classical ballet. The vocabulary is the same but it is less rigid than classical. It allows for boundary extensions and innovation. • Historical events and Global influences during this time period include: American Revolution, French Revolution, Queen Victoria, Irish Famine, Railroads Dance • Neoclassical ballet was first developed in the 1920s by Sergei Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes Famous Choreographers include George Balanchine, Serge Lifar, Frederick Ashton, Roland Petit, Kenneth MacMillan, and Jerome Robbins Minuet Drama during the Neoclassical period demanded decorum and rigorous adherence to the classical unities; 1) Unity of action, one main action, limited or no subplots. 2) Unity of place, Play occurs in one setting, not multiple sets. 3) Unity of time, play occurs within a 24 hour period. These dramas are identified by their grandiosity, with a flair in their costumes and scenery being intricate and elaborate. The actors used a lot of large gestures and were extremely dramatic in their parts. Visual Arts Defining Characteristics • Classical music has a lighter, clearer texture and is less complex Appealed to a broader audience • It is mainly homophonic —melody above chordal accompaniment • Variety of keys, melodies, rhythms and dynamics (using crescendo, diminuendo and sforzando), along with frequent changes of mood and timbre were more commonplace in the Classical period than they had been in the Baroque. • Melodies tended to be shorter than those of Baroque music, with clear-cut phrases and clearly marked cadences. • The orchestra increased in size and range • Music for the Middle Class • Importance was given to instrumental music Oath of the Horatii Kelly Huff, Bobbi Ann Spanard, Patrick Eberlein, Antonia Cruz Hernandez MTE/534: Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Visual and Performing Arts October 27, 2014 Dr. Cassaundra Singleton Music Drama Relevant time frame 1750-1820 The Classical period falls between the Baroque and the Romantic periods The movement originated in Vienna, Austria where a majority of the most popular composers wrote their compositions for this period. Characteristics associated with work during this period are clarity, harmony, balance, universality, and idealism (Encyclopedia Britannica, 2014). Works imitate an antique example. People were idealized in togas and drapery. Works of art were narrative with a literal and symbolic meaning. Famous artists include Jacques-Louis David, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, and Joseph Mallord William Turner, Joseph Marie Vien, Benjamin West, Jean-Baptiste Greuze, and Angelica Kauffmann. Painted in 1794 by Jacques-Louis David. It depicts a legend of two cities at war. Waltz Rondo Alla Turca Mozart Influences on this period include the American and French Revolutions, Queen Victoria, Irish famine, and railroads. "The Neoclassical style arose from first-hand observation and reproduction of antique works" (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2014). Built on Renaissance art, Baroque architecture, the mood of Enlightenment, and dissatisfaction with the Rococo (Neoclassical Art, 2014). "The period is called neoclassical because its writers looked back to the ideals and art forms of classical times, emphasizing even more than their Renaissance predecessors the classical ideals of order and rational control" (Neoclassicism, 2000). How society was involved The musical scene in the classical period reflected the changes occurring in the society in which the music was being written. This was the first era in music history in which public concerts became an important part of the musical scene. Appealed to a broader audience Music for the Middle Class Music was still being composed for the church and the court, but the advent of public concerts reflected the new view that music should be written for the enjoyment and entertainment of the common person. Classic FM. 2014. Retrieved from http://www.classicfm.com/discover/periods/classical/ Classical Music. 2014. Retrieved from http://classicalmusic.about.com/od/classicalperiod/ Encyclopedia Britannica. (2014). Classicism and Neoclassicism. Retrieved from http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/120317/Classicism-and-Neoclassicism Introduction to Neoclassicism. (2000). Retrieved from http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/english/melani/cs6/neocl.html Neoclassical Art. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/history-of-art/neo-classical.htm The Metropolitan Museum of Art. (2014). Neoclassicism. Retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/neoc_1/hd_neoc_1.htm The University of Kansas. 2014. Retrieved from http://cmed.faculty.ku.edu/private/classical.html Wikipedia. 2014. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_period_(music) Contemporary-Dance.Org. (n.d.). Retrieved from
Transcript: August is very brave. Because he has never been to school and is so brave, to have the confidence to go to public and show how he's different. August is caring. Because he saw a girl on the first day of school and, went to sit with her at lunch because she had no one eat with. August is different. Because of his face,but everyone is thinking he has a disease whenever he walks by someone and sees his face. August is loving. Because he is very loving, with his friends and family whenever he sees them he's always proud when he's nice to someone. Words learned Summer Setting from the story Inferences I made as I read via August Theme Inference I made Inference I made Jack will knew August since he was really little but jack will didn't know really that he could be his friend. Jack will is August's friend and in Wonder in jack will's point of view it said they got into a little argument but are best friends again. So that tells me that maybe they don't know each other to well to know their ups and down day's. So I think that jack will is trusting but kind of confusing sometimes. Inference I made August Pullman is a 5th grader at becher prep. He has something wrong with his face he has a clef palate. August has one sister Via she is in high school. Wonder Template The text said that August came home from school and was with Via and his mom and they all got into a fight and daisy was just laying down and August went to his room and layed on his bed and covered his face with his covers.Then he was thinking his mom would come in but she didn't so he went out and saw his mom laying down by daisy and she was very sick so his mom said to say goodbye to daisy and took her to the doctor. And I know that when someone get's into a fight something bad can happen, something very bad can happen. So my inference is maybe something bad happened at school with August and he got really upset and discouraged. How August changed through the story is that he became so much stronger with his friends and made so much more friends that really think August is a great friend to have. First person-Told from the view of the character in the story(i,me,mine) one person's point of view. Second person- When the author is talking to the reader;authors perspective. Third person-narrator is telling the story from the outside; ( he, she,they, them persons name don't get any character perspective's Third person-(limited); Narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of one single character;;9 he,she, they,them person's name); from the perspective of one single character. third person( omniscient )- Narrator is knowing(he,she,they, them person's name); perspective of all character. Why August is my favorite is. Because he is a very sweet kid and very brave to make a huge change in his life. The theme of Wonder is that be yourself and try new things, and don't be afraid of what you discover. Point of View August Pullman Miranda is Via's friend and when August was little Miranda was his buddy. Miranda uses the words in Wonder on her point of view ( I, my) . The text said that August is at school after winter break and he saw Jack will and he said why were you gone and Jack will said well. And I know that when people over here something and it's bad they might get furious and hurt them in a way. So my inference is that maybe Jack will heard something and it came from Julianne. My favorite character is August. Because he is so daring because he's never been to school and got into a very awesome school Becher prep. Ms. Gill Justin is Via's boyfriend and when Via took Justin to her house he met August for the very first time and I think he was really surprised, to see August in person. Justin is also good at playing the fiddle and I can also tell that he really likes Via and her family I bet he liked to meet her parents and told them how he felt about Via, at dinner. So I think Justin is feeling proud that Inference I made - fragile means something that can get hurt very easily. - adore means you are wanting or love that something you adore so much. - syndrome means that someone has a medical issue. - lottery means that you won something that you played it for. - awful means that someone is feeling bad or something awful has happened. Summer and August went to there egiption museum together and Summer saw Jack will and he said what is wrong with August and Summer said " bleeding scream". Summary The text said that Summer brought August home from school and August asked why Summer's dad looked different. And I know that some kids are different from who their mom married so if they have kids they would be different to. So my inference is that maybe Summer's dad is a different color and her mom is a different color to so maybe Summer is mixed with her mom's color and her dad's color. My favorite scene from wonder is when August and Summer are eating lunch in their cafeteria because there was a lot of action in the cafeteria and i know there's a lot of action in
Transcript: Step 2: Call to Adventure Step 7: Climax/ Final Battle Step 1: Birth Step 9: Return Using only the resources given to you in class, complete the Heroic Cycle for your assigned mythological hero. Step 4: Crossing the Threshold Step 6: Helpers Step 11: Home Step 10: Elixir Step 3: Helpers/ Amulet The Heroic Cycle Step 8: Flight Step 5: Tests
Transcript: Baroque Historical Periods Presentation MTE/534 - Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Visual and Performing Arts Ramiro Ceja, Jennifer DiMasi, Shorron Scott, Ashley Wilcoxon, and Bianca Wimberly September 12, 2016 Instructor: Cassaundra Singleton Characteristics of Baroque Music Contrast as a dramatic element (Music of the Baroque, 2015). Monody and the advent of the basso continuo (Music of the Baroque, 2015). Different Instrumental Sounds (Music of the Baroque, 2015). Defining Characteristics of Baroque Dance The middle-class to wealthy were often the only ones who were able to attend the theaters. The better seats of the theater were reserved for the wealthy who were able to afford the best seats. According to Fathom, it was, "the theater's new-found fascination for an elite, moneyed and powerful audience that constitutes the final and no doubt most important contributing factor in the triumph of baroque drama" (Fathom, 2002). Influential Poets who contributed to Drama during the Baroque Period during the time frame of 1598- early 17th century.... Grandeur, vitality, and emotional exuberance Dramatic use of color Dramatic contrasts between light and dark Common themes: grandiose visions martyrdom and death divinity Society's Involvement 1604: "The Life Story of the Sharper called Don Pablos" 1619: "Politics of God, government of Christ and tyranny of Satan" a political piece; a doctrine of positive government for a king who needs to look to Jesus as a model of conduct 1636: last satirical prose: 'The hour of everybody and the Fortune with prudence"; although written not published until 1650 - idea of false appearances: hidden truth under the disguise of hypocrisy Defining Characteristics of Baroque Art There are different styles of dance within Baroque dance. They include: Allemande Bourrée Canarie (canary) Chaconne (French) courante Entrée grave Forlane (forlana) Gavotte Gigue Key Historical Events In the Baroque Period Society Involvement of Baroque Dance Like Baroque Art and Baroque Dance, Baroque Drama was heavily influenced by religion. Drama was scorned because of its realism. Yet at the same time, drama was fascinating to the people of the 16th through the 18th centuries because of its life-like qualities. Drama of the Baroque movement captivated audiences and moved emotions. Often, productions mirrored actual life identically or portrayed scenarios more real than regular life. Miguel de Cerventes: 1585: The Galatea- a pastoral novel containing six books of prose and verse which was against tradition of introducing realistic elements, such as a murder of a shepard1605: "The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha"1613: "Exemplary novels" which were twelve short novels, looking for an ideal; not always being clear1615: the second portion of Don Quixote was published1617: "The works of Persiles and Sigismunda" were written; telling story of how travelers of northern territories of Norway to Rome occurred seeking Christian marriage. On th journey there were mishaps, trials, and delays encountered. Origin of the Baroque period of drama Significant Artists of Baroque Dance References: Bakru, K. (2016). An overview of the historical events of the Baroque period. Retrieved from http://www.buzzle.com/articles/historical-events-during-the-baroque-period.html Baroque Dance. ( 2016). Significant Artist of Baroque Dance. Retrieved from https://thebaroqueera.wikispaces.com/Baroque+Dance. Baroque Drama. (n.d.). Retrieved September 11, 2016, from https://thebaroqueera.wikispaces.com/Baroque Drama Baroque Visual Art - Baroque Period. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://baroqueteama.weebly.com/baroque-visual-art.html Green, A. (2015, May 24). Top Baroque Period Composers. Retrieved from http://classicalmusic.about.com/od/baroqueperiod/tp/baroquecomposer.htm. Music of the Baroque. (2015). What is Baroque Music? Retrieved from http://www.baroque.org/baroque/whatis. Team, G. (n.d.). Baroque drama. Retrieved September 11, 2016, from http://natkottcamp.edu.glogster.com/baroque-drama Composers, poets, actors, and audience members were all involved in the performances. When women attended, they had to be covered by veils, to be in hiding. During this time period they were not always welcome. Baroque Music 1600 - 1750 Western European; Italy, France, Germany, England Significate Composers: Johann Sebastian Bach George Frideric Handel Antonio Vivaldi George Philipp Telemann Arcangelo Corelli Henry Purcell Domenico Scarlatti Jean-Philippe Rameau Johann Pachelbel Giovanni Battista Sammartini Academie Royale de la Danse was an association of thirteen dancing experts whose purpose according to the preamble of the King's letters was "to restore the art of dancing to its original perfection and to improve it as much as possible". Defining Characteristics of Baroque Drama: * Three acts: set-up, conflict, and resolution * Comical and tragic elements * Topics of love, dignity, and jealousy * Characters of lady, the aggressor, and
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