Renaissance of popular entertainment this involved

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Renaissance of Popular Entertainment: This involved the fusion of theater with  traditional Roman fares (circus, mime, and spectacle) Opera Invention of the Baroque period. A staged drama, it combines vocal and instrumental  music. George Frederick Handel composed oratorios, a variation of the opera, without costume  and acting. “Messiah” was composed about 1740. Our passage is of the famous chorus  based on the apocalypse Hallelujah! Hallelujah!  For the Lord God omnipotent reigneth The kingdom of this world is become the Kingdom of Our Lord and His Christ And he shall reign  The Baroque is known for its creation of art academies, which codified rules that artists  were meant to follow. This comparison shows us two academic approaches to the  pictorial arts that were debated for the next two centuries
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Titian- Bacchanal  Fete galante: the representation of the love culture of the French aristocracy set in a  landscape Neoclassicim (1775-1850): a period associated with the Enlightenment and the French  Revolution, and based on human reason Licked surface: typifies neoclassical painting. The brushstrokes are virtually invisible,  unlike the painterly approach of the followers of Rubens Romanticism: an art movement beginning 1800 and lasts until 1850. Overlaps with  Neoclassicism. The artist as creative genium is particularly emphasized and her/his  work as the product of the imagination rather than reason.
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