- In England John Nash designed the Royal Pavilion which reflected a new exoticism in the use of Mughal and Islamic architectural elements.- American hymns looked abroad for inspiration drawing on works of the great classical composers of Europe.•Explain the ways the Romantic period is influential in ContemporaryLife. (See page 5.15).Carmen based part of "All By Myself" on the second movement of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. - "The Star-Spangled Banner" has roots in the Romantic Period.
-Carmen based part of "All By Myself" on the second movement of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. - "The Star-Spangled Banner" has roots in the Romantic Period.
Module 6: The Realist Period•Identify, define, and explain the importance of each of the Major Themesof the Realist period. (See page 6.05, particularly the blue tabs on the page.)•Study each Disciplinefor the period using the discipline pages in the module (Philosophy, Literature, Theater, Art, Music). Study the Example Worksprovided on the page.Address the following:•Describe the main characteristics of each Discipline.For example, Realist theater used props and other details of scenery to recreate the illusion of ordinary life on the stage, as if the audience were looking into someone’s living room. Realist drama also engaged social concerns and conflicts of the day, like issues of class and gender. •How are the Major Themesfrom page 6.05 reflected in the discipline? For example, the theme of Industrialism is represented in much Realist literature, which often depicted the suffering of the working classes in urban and industrial settings. •What new elements or innovations were introduced in the discipline? (Note: there may not always be an innovation for each discipline.)For example, the first photographic process, the daguerreotype, was developed in the Realist Period.•Explain how theExample Works(philosophical texts, literature, plays, art, photographs, music) reflect the major themes and characteristics of the Realist period.For example, The Thankful Poorby Henry Ossawa Tanner reflects the theme of Individualism because it depicts ordinary people in a common, every-day situation. •Describe the art movements discussed in After Realism: Impressionism and Other Art Movements (see page 6.12).•List the Cultural Exchange and Diversitythat took place during the Realist period. (See page 6.15).•Explain the ways the Realist period is influential in Contemporary Life. (See page 6.16).