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MU 2313 Test 2 Study Guide

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Introduction to Fine Arts
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Date Created: 10/12/15
Mu 2313 Exam 2 Study Guide Pope Gregory I 0 Book of Pastoral Care I How bishops should interact with congregators o Apocalyptic outlook I the end is nigh Christ will come back mayhem apocalypse is imminent I Don t think about the present focus on the afterlife Gregorian chant o Monophonic o Melismatic I Use more than one note per syllable Amazing Grace national anthem 0 Sacred music written for the mass worship St Augustine o Converted the English Troubadours 0 Musical entertainment groups that traveled across Europe Charlemagne 0 United Western Europe created central governing power 0 Over 6 ft tall uncommon at the time which made him imposing o Warrior womanizer glutton drunk interested in arts and philosophy Monasticism o Monasteries where monks would go to meditate and read sacred texts Organum 0 Medieval music consisting of Gregorian chant with an additional melodic line Common symbols in medieval art 0 The Devil represented as a snake or reptile 0 Victory of Christ over Satan either by standing on a snake or resurrection o The cross crucifixion Ars nova 0 quotNew Artquot 0 Music developed more rhythmicharmonic diversity 0 Early 14th century specific rhythmic notation evolved o Primarily secular movement 0 Sculpture of the Virgin Mary holding the body of Christ after his death 0 Mary s head and face are oversized to her body accentuates her facial expression 0 Christ s body is smaller than hers has wounds on his hands and side 0 When the men went on the Crusades the women wanted to find someone to identify with biblically the Virgin Mary becomes prominent Secularism o The separation of religion from government institutions Chivalry o Courtly love 0 Women reshaped Europe to embrace romance rather than raping and pillaging Measured rhythm o Depicts how long the notes are 0 Helps the composer communicate how he wants the piece performed Tempera 0 Combination of egg yolk and pigment used in painting Black plague 0 Nearly 1 out of 3 died 0 No advanced medicine bloodletting spread the disease more rather than curing it o Decrease in population forced landowners to pay serf peasants since a huge portion of the working force was wiped out Council of Constance o Reunited the Roman Catholic Church under one pope Holy Office of the Inquisition 0 Group of institutions within the Roman Catholic Church that combated heresy Hundred Years War 0 France vs England for control of Western France 0 loan of Arc I Heard voices that were a message from God telling her to join the battle against England I Convinced King Charles VII to let her join the army and lead the battle I Rallied the troops and inspired them I Captured and burned at the stake by the English Sack of Constantinople 0 One of the reasons for the Crusades was to capture Constantinople to reunite Eastern and Western Europe Aristotelianism 0 Interest in the texts of Aristotle o Belief in the separation of philosophy and religion theology is beyond the realm of reason Scholas 0 Similar to modern day public school Renaissance o Rebirth 0 Interest in classical thought Greek Roman philosophy science o 3 phases I Early Renaissance I High Renaissance I Renaissance outside Italy amp tied to Protestant Reformation o Verisimilitude o Lifelikeness nearness to truth 0 Portraying the human body in a lifelike way 0 Capitalism 0 The exchange of goods and services 0 Humanism o Enjoyment of life is more important than anticipation of the afterlife 0 Peace of Lodi 0 Alliance between Italian citystates as a response to the con ict in the rest of Europe Hundred Years War 0 Italy gained half a century of peace once it was established 0 The Tribute Money 0 By Masaccio 0 Scene from the Gospel of Matthew Jesus and his disciples are at a temple where they are met by a tax collector 0 Peter catches a fish retrieves coins from its mouth to give the tax collector o 3 scenes in one painting tax collector meeting Jesus and the disciples Peter catching the fish Peter giving the coins to the tax collector o Mountains in the background are hazy gives the painting depth 0 Pope Sixtus IV 0 Sistine Chapel and founding of the Sistine Choir 0 Patron of Michelangelo 0 De Medicis o Bankers most powerful family in Florence o Cosimo de Medici I Expanded family s wealth beyond Florence I Plato academy arts supporter collector gardener o Lorenzo de Medici I The Council of Seventy representative body that leads the city when under attack I Renaissance Manquot diverse interests in music gardening art science 0 Donatello works 0 St George I Myth of St George he slayed a dragon statue has bite marks on the edges of the shield I Commissioned by the armor amp swordmaking guild I Normal human proportions lifelike I Religious context Christ being victorious over sin sin symbolized by serpent dragon 0 David I Sculpture of an adolescent boy realistic but not heroic I Victory over Goliath victory of the faithful over sin 0 Equestrian Monument to Gattamelata I Challenge of equestrian sculpture is to make the focus on the rider not the horse since the horse is larger I Gave the rider more detail and surface variation which draws the eye in 0 Mass 0 Sacred music for worship 0 Motet 0 Sacred work not part of the mass 0 Primarily vocal work that allows the composer to feature a unique text 0 Madrigal o Secular music love poems o Davids o Donatello I Realistic adolescent boy 0 Michelangelo I 14 foot tall man emphasis on idealized form 0 Leonardo da Vinci o The Madonna ofthe Rocks I Triangular arrangement of the Virgin Mary John the Baptist baby Jesus and an angel I John the Baptist has hands folded in prayer to Jesus who is blessing him 0 The Last Supper I Portrays the moment when Jesus tells the disciples that one of them will betray him I Animated discussion taking place I Attention is directed to Jesus by the lines of the room 0 Mona Lisa I Triangular arrangement of her head and arms I Expression portrays a tranquil feeling I Made in 34 so her torso is seen which becomes the standard for later artists I Contrast to the wild landscape in the background 0 Michelangelo o The Creation ofAdam I Sistine Chapel ceiling I Sense of anticipation as Adam reaches out to receive the divine spark from God 0 Last judgment I One wall of the Sistine Chapel I Cherubs and heavenly figures on top River Styx and people being tortured at the bottom 0 Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel I Bible stories from Genesis Adam and Eve sacrifice of Noah drunkenness of Noah creation story 0 Raphael o The Alba Madonna I Triangle arrangement of Virgin Mary baby Jesus and John the Baptist I Iesus blessing Iohn Mary overlooking o The Deliverance of St Peter I 3 scenes in one painting I Peter in his cell visited by an angel I Angel puts the guards to sleep and escorts Peter out I Guards being reprimanded for letting the prisoner escape o Ottoman Empire 0 Organized trained fighting force 0 Suleiman I the Magnificent one of the greatest rulers I Tolerant leader areas he conquered didn t have to assimilate just pay tribute to the empire and their sons served in the army 0 Conquistadors 0 Early Spanish explorers searching for El Dorado the city of gold 0 Massacre of the Aztecs I They didn t value gold so they gave it to Cortez conquistadors wiped them out in their pursuit of more gold 0 Sfumato o Renaissance style of painting soft vague blurred 0 Example Da Vinci s The Madonna of the Rocks 0 Martin Luther o Ninetyfive theses I Arguments against the current practices of the church I Indulgences violated the church s purpose I Targets his local church nails his theses on the door 0 An Appeal to the German Nation I Things not discussed in the Bible I No need to pay papal taxes I Spiritually empty pilgrimages I Clerical celibacy 0 Emperor Charles V condemns Luther calls him before the Inquisition Luther is rescued and taken away 0 Famous words Here I stand I cannot do otherwisequot Ulrich Zwingli o Condemned nonbiblical practices I Transubstantiation belief that the bread and wine of communion is literally transformed into the blood and esh of Christ I Pilgrimages I Fasts I Papal supremacy Pope more divine than others 0 Taken prisoner and executed John Calvin o Predestination people are born towards heaven or hell 0 Salvation by faith alone not by doing good works 0 Calvinist theocracy I Puritanism I Zealots Chorale o A hymn tune Role of the printing press 0 Wide distribution of works paintings music literature Reformation o 3 primary reformers I Martin Luther I John Calvin I Ulrich Zwingli 0 Primary issues I Indulgences I Biblical ritual and practice I Relationship of body and soul I Grace I Predestination I Transubstantiation Counter reformation 0 Reaction to Protestantism and internal reform within the Roman Catholic Church Induction 0 Moving from specific to general observations Deduction 0 Moving from general to specific observations Opera 0 work in Italian 0 Combination of theatre and music Oratorio 0 Vocal work o Chiaroscuro o The treatment of light and shade in drawing and painting 0 Bernini o Sculpture of David athletic form of a man in a battle stance o The Ecstasy of St Theresa I Angel descending upon her engulfed in heavenly light 0 Caravaggio o Paintings had religious themes 0 The Calling ofSt Matthew I Unseen light source off the canvas highlights St Matthew I Angel is pointing to Matthew charging him with spreading the good word 0 The Death of the Virgin I Commissioned by the church but rejected for being indecent her bare feet are visible 0 Landini 0 Blind from childhood 0 Organist poet scholar o Composed secular songs rhythmically complex Landini Cadencequot o Palestrina o Exclusively vocal works 0 Pope Marcellus Mass 6 voice parts rich polyphony imitation melismatic 0 Moves away from cantus firmus o Dufay 0 Composer wrote polyphony with clarity several melodies but can still make out the lyrics 0 Adopted practice of using secular songs for cantus firmus o Nuper Rosarum Floresquot written for consecration of Florence Cathedral 0 Leading composer of Baroque age 0 Wrote music for the church 0 200 cantatas vocal works 600 organ pieces hundreds of harpsichord and organ works 0 Mass in B Minor 0 Handel o Composed the Hallelujah chorus o Vivaldi 0 Most famous work Four Seasons 0 Cantatas motets and oratorios vocal works 0 Mannerism o Virtuosity sophistication elegance of composition amp fearless manipulations or distortions of accepted conventions of formquot O 0 Reaction to against the art of the high Renaissance Formal inward lookingre ective faces and poses abandoned classical form balance Lyricism O Mp3s 0 000000 An artist s expression of emotion in an imaginative and beautiful way 0 viridissima Virga Quan vei la lauzeta mover As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending Kyrie from Pope Marcellus Mass Brandenburg Concerto No 2 3rd movement Handel Messiah Hallelujah Chorus Dido s Lament from Dido and Aeneas Act I


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