The Romantic Era: Composers
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Son of a Viennese schoolmaster Lived most of his life in Vienna.
Sang as a choirboy at a young age and played the violin.
Performed string quartets with his father and brothe
The Romantic Era Artistic Spirit
Romanticism was above all an artistic movement which began in the last 2
decades of the 18th century with the literary works of two great German writers:
Goethe and Schiller.
The Romantic Era
Age of Romanticism
A time of great change in Western society
Began in England.
Encouraged expansion and innovation.
Population tripled between 1750 and 1850.
The Baroque Era
The Term, Baroque
Formerly had a negative connotation.
Philosophers-tortuous forms of argument
Today refers to creative works of the early 18th century recognized for thei
Renaissance: Historical Background
Renaissance means rebirth.
Revival of interest in humanistic values of classical Greece and Rome
-People modeled themselves after ancient Greeks and Romans.
History 280 Notes
Crisis to Independence
I. Continental Congress
-face a number of important tasks from what had been redefined from the resistant
moment and the British.
-A lot of colonial want to resistant the British, but wan
History 280-US History
November 12, 2012
With Tocqueville having witnessed the number of failed attempts that France had
made in hopes of establishing a democratic government, Tocqueville himself
Survey to US History
The Early Republic: 1789-1820
I. Basic Political Institutions & Ideas Established
-Judiciary Act 1787: Section # 25: When it appeared a supreme court
appeal in violation of the laws of the constitution the judicial court