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    Alfred Music Heard Today

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    Music Heard Today. Dubuque, Iowa: W.C. Brown Book Co. Print. • Aubrey, E (2000). The Music of the Troubadours. 1st ed. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Print. • Bricard, N (2002). Moussorgsky – Pictures at an Exhibition. Alfred Music Publishing • Brown, H (2016). The Quest For The Gesamtkunstwerk And Richard Wagner. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Print • Calvocoressi, M (1978). Mussorgsky. London: Dent. Print • Galeazzi, F (1796). Elementi teorico-practici di musica as translated to English in Rita Steblin, A History of Key Characteristics in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. University of Rochester Press, 1996: 111 • Korschmin, S (2015). Pictures at an Exhibition. [www.korcshmin.com] Available at: http://korschmin.com/pictures-at-an-exhibition/ [Accessed 28 February 2017]. • Kregor, J (2015). Program Music. New York, N.Y.: Cambridge University Press. Print • Lee, O (2006). The Great Instrumental Works. Pompton Plains, NJ: Amadeus Press. Print. • Niecks, F (1969). Programme Music in the Last Four Centuries. New York, NY.: Haskell House Publishers. Print • Russ, M (1999). Mussorgsky. Cambridge: Cambridge University…

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    Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky was a remarkable Russian composer of the Nineteenth Century. He was born on March 9, 1839 and deceased on March 18, 1881. He lived in Russia for most of his life. His parents had set him a career in the Military Army, which he pursued till 1858. During his time in the army, he had met a military doctor, Alexander Borodin who had influenced him. After Mussorgsky’s parents lost a source of income, and he was pressured to work which led him to working in the civil…

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    Unit 3 Art Review Essay

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    more artistic credit to the new artists work since it follows historical traditions yet finds new perspectives. The descriptive language about the physical nature of the work gives the review soul. Each of the authors, picked different particulars found in the exhibition to make a stance about the meaning of the artist's work. The overarching themes of the whole by exploring individual parts. The stronger reviews offer both positive accolades combined with comments of criticism. Grace…

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    event. The event was called “Home, Memory, and Future”, when I heard the name of it I believed it was based on the beliefs of people in other words their religions or their culture. As I read the introduction I realized it was about Harlem, which is located only a couple stops from home. Then I wondered what kind of cultural events have happened in Harlem, instantly I thought of the word diversity. In New York, there are many people that come from different backgrounds, they come to comfort…

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    The Road of Rejuvenation exhibition transmitted from the Museum of Chinese Revolution separated into 5 parts, 17 sessions in total. This exhibition talks about the story from 17 century “China as an abyss of semi-imperial and semi-feudal society” to the “Road of socialism with Chinese characteristic” in the People's Republic of China. First few sessions of the exhibition meant to emphasis particularly on the history of the Communist Party of China’s fight for the people’s liberation and…

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    However, it plays more of a significant role than one would expect. In 1937, the Nazi party launched two art exhibitions in Munich, Germany. The first one was called the Great Exhibition of German Art and included several realistic works of art, pleasing Hitler. In contrast, the other exhibition, only a few hundred meters away, was known as the Nazi Degenerate Art Exhibition because it displayed modern, abstract, and non-representational artwork, which the Nazis saw as, "degenerate". It was…

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    « Photography is simply the current state of visual history of humanity» Those words from Irving Penn end the striking exhibition, which celebrates the 100th anniversary of his birth. This exhibition, which takes place at the Grand Palais in Paris, pays tribute to both the impressive photographer and the man he was. I personally knew his work as being the fashion photographer who had collaborated with Vogue for more than sixty years. But the grey walls and the airy rooms of this exhibition…

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    Zoe Strauss Artwork

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    The artwork I chose happens to be a picture taken by Zoe Strauss. In the picture you can see a male walking past what looks like an abandoned car garage, or store. In the picture there are remnants of a prior snow storm. The snow shown in the picture looks mostly melted, but there is some remaining piles on the sidewalk near the road. Near the man’s rear foot shown in the picture you can see a can see a dingy, and wet cardboard box flattened to be used as a potential shelter, or place to sleep…

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    During the Golden Era, Hollywood couldn’t make movies fast enough. Movies were in demand and the Big Five were making money hand-over-fist. They controlled everything that had anything to do with movies from production to exhibition. In 1946 the studios had made an astonishing $121,000,000 in profits. The years after World War II, the film industry changed radically and Hollywood began a period of decline. In 1950, the studios’ soaring profits dropped to $31,000,000 (Lewis, 2008). This…

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    report events to the public. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art is presenting an exhibition “Crime Stories: Photography and Foul Play”, the exhibition includes about 70 works in collection from 19th and 20th shots. Photography by modern documentation which includes William Klein and Larry Clark, walker Evans, Diane Arbus, and others. In the small Gilman Gallery works are displayed with no order from Gardner’s “Execution of the Conspirators” (1865), the exhibitions is the highlights after the…

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