The Romantic Era - Essay topic 5

The Romantic Era - Essay topic 5 - Until early 18th century...

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Until early 18 th century Christianity declined People created new belief, the divinity of nature Visible world perceived through perception English was first country for Christianity collapsed English gardens 1731 valued appearance and beauty of mountains charm of Swiss Lakes Swiss tourist industry Russo - isolated himself on an island to put himself within nature Through the flux and influx of the waves, he become completely one with nature “our existence is nothing but a succession of moments perceived through the senses. I feel therefore I am” Intellectual time bomb
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Brendan Johnson 11/11/10 IAH - Sec. 740 The Romantic Era The Romantic era (1850-1920) was the beginning of change and liberation, much different from the Classical era which was filled with laws and limitations (online source). Music was expressed using rudiments of folk music to portray artistic characteristics with deeper meaning through dominated melodies. The technique of composing music had also changed in ways such as length, harmonies, and tonal
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