HWT- 4-29-08 Class Notes

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Papers - citations necessary, internal and works cited.   Final Exam -  2 tests: can choose either: test 1 is 25 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions; not comprehensive. test 2 is 1 essay, 2 essay questions, choose 1 and write an essay.  1 on gender, the other on the role  in the arts (art, sculpture, etc) and literature, comprehensive Music- Ideals are rooted in music.  Post-ancient writers, scholars, and architects had examples to  base on; musicians did not have anything to base selves on.  Different annotation.    o Later Roman music destroyed by Christians. o Greek mythology had a divine origin.  Could heal the sick and create miracles.  Hebrew  scriptures told of harp playing as healing.  Accompanied actors on stage (dionyses) o Monophoric- one melody, no harmony. Strong ties to mathematics and astronomy  (PHILOSOPHY PAPER) o Lyre- art of singing tragedy.  
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course 3400 210 taught by Professor Duke during the Spring '08 term at The University of Akron.

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