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Renaissance performances that combined music, dancing, and acting with expensive costumes and elaborate sets.
an album that tells a story or explores a theme. All of the songs focus on the same idea, and could be performed as a musical
"shirtless ones," Argentineans who lived in poverty, lacked education for their children, access to health care, and jobs with safe working conditions.
United Officers Group
Secret Argentinian military organization which staged a coup and overthrew the original Argentinean government in 1943
the traditional power of the absolute monarchy and elites in France before the revolution
musicals (and operas) with little to no dialogue. The music plays nonstop, and songs are connected by repeated themes.
Idea that a country's fall to communism would lead other countries in the region to fall
Amerasian Homecoming Act of 1987
Act that granted American visas to any Vietnamese with "Amerasian facial features."
Lyrics sung with the rhythm of ordinary speech, without melody or repetition. Used to convey dialogue or plot.
Lyrics sung to a melody. Used to convey an intense emotion or to express a character's personality or outlook.
using mockery to make a point, often employs exaggeration, parody, irony, and sarcasm to encourage reform in politics
using over-the-top ridicule to criticize something. It often exaggeratedly copies its object of ridicule.
pictures and words pasted together after being cut out from print media such as magazines and newspapers.
videos created with real sets and puppets superimposed in front of computer-animated backgrounds.
a portion of a song that contrasts with the main tune and usually reflects on the previous section or transitions into a concluding section
acknowledging that people are different and argues there is no single moral code that everyone in the world should adopt.
nature vs.nurture debate
asks whether people's personalities and abilities are mainly genetic or learned.
reforms that modernizes the British military by
reducing terms of service, ending corporeal punishment, and ending Purchase
opera that uses humor, satire, and parody to mock traditional opera and, contemporary politics using silly situations, ordinary characters, and catchy tunes.
songs that use a fast tempo, alliteration, and tongue-twisting text to produce a comic effect.
rhymes that are multi-syllabic rhymes that match on the first syllable and also rhyme subsequent syllables.
A system where all aspects of film production and distribution were controlled and often owned by a single major studio.
organized anti-Jewish mob attacks that are sanctioned by the Russian government in the 1905.
Language of Ashkenazi Jews, written in Hebrew characters and combining words and syntax from German and Hebrew and other languages
idea that people should make decisions based on their own inclinations rather than on tradition.
youths who were counterculture in everything from their politics to clothing and taste in music (fans of jazz)
Music that speaks to the daily life and struggles of groups of people. Passed down through oral traditions, and does not belong to any particular composer or musician.
lines that stretch across the stage on an incline. A pulley runs across them, so an actor suspended from the pulley can mimic flying.
buildings that evoke the space race through curved shapes and the use of glass, steel, and neon lighting.
music style that evolved out of the space race, it combines complicated, conceptual music with an elaborate visual style
a technology using two different channels of sound to make it seem the music is coming from different directions.
a synthesizer played by pressing a pencil-like stylus tip to metal keys, which closes an electric circuit and creates a sound.
an ideal society based on principles designed to minimize the society's negative impact on the environment
a stock character of anime who alternates between being tsuntsun, or disgusted, and deredere, loving
Summer of Love
The summer of 1967, where tens of thousands of hippies flocked to the Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco with their message of peace, love, and drugs.
Long, Hot Summer
The summer of 1967 where over 100 African Americans died in race riots all over America
traditional clothing the material of Uzbekistan, woven with threads repeatedly dyed , creating a pattern
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