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What is the note christine sings in phantom?

What is the note christine sings in phantom?

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School: Iowa Central Community College
Department: Arts and Humanities
Course: Exploring the Humanities
Professor: Michelle ramthun
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Humanities
Cost: 50
Name: Final
Description: Final example
Uploaded: 01/19/2017
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What is the note christine sings in phantom?



Romance Short Answers

1. If I were to go to an opera, I would expect to see extravagant  costumes and props. I would expect to hear loud and bold voices on  stage as well. I would also expect a fancy opera house that the show  is taking place in.  

2. I think that the black and white silent movie was more passionate  than the 2004 musical version. I think that because the silent movie  is silent, the actors have to work harder to portray their characters.  For example, when Christina takes the mask off of the phantom for  the first time, his make-up and reaction is more extreme than it is in  the musical version. As they say, actions speak louder than words.  

3. I definitely pay more attention to camera work in movies now. For  example, in the t.v. show the office, it’s supposed to be like a  documentary about ordinary people who sell paper for a living. The  cameras are handheld to give it sort of a home movie feel. They will  also zoom in on people’s faces when they have a significant reaction  to something someone else has said or done.  


Shall i compare thee to a summer's day by shakespeare?



4. The Phantom sings, “Sing once again with me our strange duet my  power over you grows stronger yet and though you turn from me to  glance behind the Phantom of the Opera is there inside your mind.” I  think this shows the infatuation from both characters. The Phantom is happy that he is controlling Christine and that he is always in her  mind. This verse also shows that the Phantom is indeed always on  her mind.  

5. In the sonnet Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day? By  Shakespeare, it demonstrates in the title that he is comparing  someone to a summer’s day. As the sonnet goes on he compares his  love to the eye of heaven, nature’s changing course, and eternal  summer. This sonnet explains the course of a loving relationship.  There are low points and high points but ultimately, his love gives  him life.  


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6. Extravagant is not a typical definition of romance. I think Carlotta  demonstrates extravagance in the Phantom of the Opera. In the  movie, she is so passionate about her performance that she performs over the top and extravagant.  If you want to learn more check out Where does j. s. bach spend a lot of time?

7. In Shakespeare’s sonnet he says, “Rough winds do shake the darling  buds of May.” This to me, is him explaining that love isn’t always  easy. You will go through tough times in a relationship. Even though  sometimes it may not be easy, it still seems romantic. Being able to  overcome obstacles and “rough winds” is romantic.

Kortney Keane W.C.

8. I see companion love demonstrated in Mary Cassatt’s painting “The  Bath.” The depiction of a mother giving her daughter a bath is  romantic in itself. The painting shows the intimacy of their closeness  and the vulnerability of the child with only a towel on.  Don't forget about the age old question of What is the meaning of pangea in geography?

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10. I think Raoul is definitely a romantic hero in the Phantom of the  Opera. I think his love for Christina is passionate. He is obviously  attracted to her and has strong feelings towards her as well. Those  feelings are shown when the Phantom is trying to lure Christina into  the cemetery and Raoul rides in on a white horse to rescue her.  We also discuss several other topics like What are some examples of cognitive?
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11. The ballet dancers in Degas’ paintings are romantic in the sense  of companion love. The dancers have to work together to make a  dance that is pleasing to the eye for their audience and that takes  teamwork. They are also realistic in the painting because some of  

them aren’t in the most lady-like positions all of the time. These girls  were lower class so they didn’t act like the upper class did. Degas did a good job showing that in his paintings.  Don't forget about the age old question of What is the map of freedom in the world?
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