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Firstly, this period featured Christopher Wren, often considered the greatest of all English architects. During the Romanticism era modern knowledge was renounced in favor of the unfamiliar and there was an emphasis placed on "feeling". Enamel had completely been abandoned as a decorative technique in jewelry. It seems rather strange now that during the 17th century dancing had not only a great social importance, but also great political importance – I've heard tell that some ambassadors were chosen on account of their skill in the ballroom.
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These selectively-bred oysters produce pearls of exceptional lustre and color clarity. Whenever a calamity would befall them, they would immediately turn to the idols and ask them for assistance. But his paintings were intended to do more than delight the viewer. He was also one of the only artists during this time that actually got to experience his wealth while he was alive. Philippe II, duc d’Orléans, serves as regent until his death in 1723; from 1726 until 1743, the monarch is aided by André Hercule de Fleury.
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Gradually the classical performers dominated the music scene of the major part of Europe. One of these was very popular with both adults and children when it finally reached Europe from other lands. Fashion designers gained even more influence during this era, as people scrambled to be clothed in the latest styles. In style as well as in subject, this is far removed from the realism of Caravaggio or the timelessness of Carracci.
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In the course of the fifteenth century, the humanists also convinced most of the popes that the papacy needed their skills. In Baroque Baroque: The Culture of Excess, Stephen Calloway traces the direct impact of seventeenth-century baroque design, art, and architecture on twentieth-century culture. But the most innovating and interesting artistic trend of the 17th century was by far the Baroque, born in Rome and then spread in Europe and South America. The most elegant one is Villa Borghese, commissioned in 1613 by the Prince and Cardinal Scipione Borghese to the Hollander architect Jan Van Santen and the Italian Flaminio Ponzio.
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In his deliberation on the effects of the neo-baroque (in particular, the neo-baroque's postmodern reliance on computer culture), he turns to "new Cassandras" such as Alvin Toffler who foresee centuries of doom, with democracy itself in danger (1996; n.p.). That little rectagularish building towards the right? A baroque piece usually expresses one basic mood: what begins joyfully will remain joyful throughout. Compositions include sets of movements/pieces.
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In order for students to understand the relevance of Baroque art to contemporary practice, they might view examples that offer compelling reinterpretations or re-appropriations of the Baroque. No one dared again to subject the foundations to the weight of fresh building. The tone quality varies mildly from note to note on a one-key flute. Indeed, the seventeenth century was the Dutch Golden Age, an extraordinary flourishing (especially for such a small nation) of arts, sciences, and global commercial empire.
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Jungmann further catalogues the post-Tridentine reforms which removed all sequences except four as being not in accord with the Roman tradition; purified the Marian tropes (or trimmings) from the Gloria; recommended that the faithful receive holy communion each time they attended Mass — which was not the practice of the time, but of the early church; encouraged the printing of prayer books to follow the Mass, as long as the Canon was not printed.
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The word baroque is derived from the Portuguese word “barroco”, in Spanish “barroco”, or from French “baroque”, all of which refer to a “rough or imperfect pearl.” The Church and the aristocracy during the Cinquecento (1500-1600) followed the evolution of the Mannerism stages in the late Renaissance period and welcome the Baroque art in the new century (1600). In similar profusions of detail, art, music, architecture, and literature inspired each other in the "Baroque" cultural movement as artists explored what they could create from repeated and varied patterns.
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It was developed in Europe in the 14th or 15th century and was widely used from the 16th to the early 19th century, when it was superseded by the piano. The sculptures were generally polychrome, except for works made in bronze. Some musicians and orchestras started to play these instruments. Ritornello passages are usually "tutti" passages - all of the instruments play. We trace this development throughout time.
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With the rise of humanism, sacred music began for the first time to break free of the confines of the Church, and a school of composers trained in the Netherlands mastered the art of polyphony in their settings of sacred music. The second half of the 17th century was subject to religious conflicts which divided Europe and caused many protestant craftsmen to flee their Catholic countries of birth and seek asylum in the protestant states like those of the Republic of the Netherlands.
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