MUH 2012-02 9-2-10_1

MUH 2012-02 9-2-10_1 - MUH 2012 Music in Western Culture...

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Unformatted text preview: MUH 2012 Music in Western Culture Thursday, 2 September Praeludium and Allegro (in the style of Pugnani), by Fritz Kreisler (1875- 1962) Laura Wall, violin John Callahan, piano Dance, the art form that finds its expression through bodily movement, . . . (John Chiego, The Musical Experience ) Review Social dance Theatrical dance Two kinds of dance 17th-century French royal dance entertainment courtiers as dancers Became a theatrical dance type after Louis XIV stopped dancing Especially important in France and Russia in the 19th century Ballet Featured the prima ballerina Extremely demanding physically on point technique by which a ballerina dances on the tips of her toes Need to evoke a story led to composition of original and expressive orchestra music Romantic ballet Art and music based on expression of individual subjectivity Subjective experience focuses on emotion rather than intellectual objectivity Important topics for Romantic art and music Love Patriotism and war Nature Death The supernatural Romanticism...
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