New Currents, early 19th Century (2)

New Currents, early 19th Century (2) - Late 18th century...

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Late 18th century: Russian composers The Golden Three: Maxim Berezovsky Dmitri Bortniansky  Artemy Vedel All three composers were of Ukrainian origin; Focused on liturgical work with
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New Currents, early 19th Century
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Tsar Alexander I Ruled from 1801- 1825 Considered a liberal reformer in his early years, though never fulfilled his promise Defeated Napoleon in 1812
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Mikhail Speransky Early favorite of Tsar Alexander I Spearheaded attempts at liberal reforms, including a constitutional assembly Drew widespread criticism – and created enemies –
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intelligentsia A larger class of idle nobility with an interest in literature, history, science, and the arts; Broader and more liberal education, often pursued abroad; Among writers: increasing practice of writing literature for each other, rather than for the state, etc. Sometimes civically engaged, sometimes
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course SLL 330g taught by Professor Wolfson during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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