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Huma1301 Fianl

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mannerist style
-Characterized by spatial complexity, artificiality, and affection
-Outgrowth of reformation and sensual mysticism
picaresque novel
, a realistic novel detailing a scoundrel's exploits.
picaro
hero lower social class/spain
Baroque art purpose
teach and inspire faithfulness
foreshortening
to make the ceilings look larger space
Bernini
theme, pivotal moment of life of teresa
baroque must known artists
Michelangelo and Caravaggio
baroque arts
from light to dark/ religious theme/ the scale of the drama is larger than the scale of frame
tenebrism
large dark areas and small light areas in paintings/ Caravaggio style
chiaroscuro
to cread depth and volumetric forms through slight gradation of light and dark
Artimesa
the first woman artist who followed Caravaggio (got raped)
venice
the center of baroque music by Gabrieli in Europe
Gabrieli
the first who wrote religious music in venice
canzona
type of instrumental contrapuntal work from renaissance
Orchestration
Musical arrangement in which each part of the composition has been designated with a specific voice or instrument
Dynamics
variations and contrast in force or intensity
Tonic Note
Central note of a musical composition
Opera
work; Consisting many smaller works
Basso Continuo
composed go a keyboard instrument and melody instrument
Monody
solo voice supported by a basso continuo
Recitativo
style of singing that imitates very closely the rhythms of speech
Aria
elaborate solo or duet song that expresses the singer's emotions and feeling
Program Music
purely instrumental music connected in some wat to a story or idea
Modulation
Pattern beginning a composition in tonic key note, moving to different keys and back to the beginning
Still Lifes
Paintings dedicated to the representation of common house hold things and food
Genre Scenes
Painting that depict events from everyday life
Absolutism
Strong centralized monarchies that exert royal power over their dominions; usually the divine rights
French Garden
Formal garden that is characterized by a methodical, geometric design
deists
believed that God created the universe to act through natural laws; Franklin, Jefferson, Paine
rational humanism
the belief that through logical, careful thought, progress is inevitable