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  • Huckleberry FinnMark Twain1885Painting by Thomas Hart Benton1936Literary realismIssues of raceMachine in the GardenMorality – personal vs. societal
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3LCyTtWhDA&feature=related
  • Huckleberry FinnMark Twain1885Painting by Thomas Hart Benton1936Literary realismIssues of raceMachine in the GardenMorality – personal vs. societal
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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3LCyTtWhDA&feature=related
  • Huckleberry FinnMark Twain1885Painting by Thomas Hart Benton1936Literary realismIssues of raceMachine in the GardenMorality – personal vs. societal
  • The FirebirdL’Oiseau de Feu)Igor Stravinsky, composerMichel Fokin, choreographerLeon Bakst, designerStravinsky’s first ballet score – his“breakthrough piece”Taught by Rimsky-Korsakov;departs into stunning avantgardismPrince Ivan enters the realm ofKashchei the immortal. Hecaptures the Firebird, who offersthe secrets of the realm and thehand of a princess in exchange forfreedom.
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  • 1. Ignatius Loyala (1491-1556)
    Former soldier, crusader
    Founder of jesuit order
    Militant return to Catholicism
    Counter-reformation
    Spiritual Exercises 1548
    Anonymous engraver 1535
  • 2. Council of Trent
    Painting by Pasquale Cati 1588
    Council met from 1545-1563
    Faith AND works
    Pilgrimmages, relics, veneration of
    Saints all upheld
    Abolish corruption in church and
    Educate the faithful
    Orders:
    Theatines, Capuchins,
    Rules for art and music
    Index Expurgatorius (index of
    Forbidden books
  • 3. Giovanni Pierluigida Palestrina
    Anonymous Woodcut 1554
    (1525-1594)
    Kyrie from MissaPapaeMarcelli
    Written for Pope Marcellus
    Elected 1555
  • 4. Piazza San Pietro
    Gianlorenzo Bernini
    1656-1658
  • 5. David
    Bernini
    1623
  • 6. The Ecstasy of St. Teresa
    Bernini
    1645-1652
    Santa Maria dellaVittoria
    Rome
  • 7. Polychoralism
    Chorispezzati – separate choirs
    Homophonic – made up of chords
    rather than independent lines of
    polyphony
    In Ecclesiis
    1597
  • 8. Claudio Monteverdi
    1567-1643
    Gonzaga court at Mantua
    Chapel meister of San Marco
    PossenteSpirito
    From L’Orfeo
    1607
  • 9. Beheading of St. John the Baptist
    Michaelangelo Caravaggio
    1610
  • 10. Calling of St. Matthew
    Caravaggio
    1600
  • 11. Louis XIV
    HycintheRigaut
    1701
  • 12. Anatomy Lesson of Dr. NicolaesTulp
    Rembrandt Van Rijn 1632
  • 13. Vesalius
    1524-1564
    De HumaniCorporisFabrica
  • 14. Louis XIV as the Sun King
    in Ballet de Nuit
    1653
    Anonymous artist
  • 15. Recalculate the calendar
    (365.25 days)
    (If we are *not* the center of the
    universe…)
    Nicolaus Copernicus
    De Revolutionibus
    1543
  • 16. Sir Francis Bacon
    1561-1626
    NovumOrganum, 1620
    (New Instrument)
    Classification of sciences
    Empiricism, induction
    Separates science and religion
  • 17. Rene Descartes
    1596-1650
    Cogito Ergo Sum
    Meditations on First Philosophy,
    1641
    Deduction – general principles to
    particular truths
    Radical doubt must test received
    knowledge
  • 18. John Locke
    1632-1704
    Essay Concerning Human
    Understanding, 1690
    Portrait - Gotfrey Kneller, 1697
  • 19. Thomas Hobbes
    1588-1679
    Leviathan, 1651
    Social contract theory
    Strong central government
    Nasty, brutish and short
  • 20. Vaux-le-Vicomte
    Le Vau, Le Notre, Le Brun
    1657-1661
    Maincy, France
  • 21. Versailles Gardens
    Andre Le Notre
    1680
  • 22. Bassind’Apollon
    Louis de Chastillon
    1683
    Versailles
  • 23. Galerie des Glaces
    Jules HardouinMansart
    1684
    Versailles
  • 24. Le RoiGouverne par Lui-Meme
    ChalresLeBrun
    1680
    Versailles
    Central panel in Galérie des
    Glaces
    The King Governs Alone
    (without Cardinal Mazarin)
    Scenes from life of Louis XIV, not
    Apollo or Hercules (as might have
    been expcted)
    Other scenes are military victories
    LeBrun runs Gobelins workshop
  • 25. Jean-Baptiste Lully
    1632-87
    Primary composer to Louis XIV
    starting in 1653
    Collaborates with Moliere, including
    Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, a
    comédie-ballet
    Establishes French typology, the
    tragédielyrique
    Founder of French opera,
    embodiment of French Baroque
    musical style
    Exclusive rights to produce sung
    dramas in France
    Injures foot with cane used to mark
    the beat. Contracts gangrene, dies.
    “Enfin, ilest en ma puissance!”
    1686 from Armide
  • 26. Renaud et Armide Nicolas Poussin 1630
  • 27. Moliere
    Painting by Nicolas Mignard,
    1658
    Born Jean-BaptistePoquelin 1622-73
    Son of a royal upholsterer13 years
    running ‘regional’ theater company
    Les Précieuses Ridicules, 1659
    Leads to royal support, feuding
    Wrote farces, comédies-ballets,
    machine plays
    Greatest comic actor of his day
    Les Fâcheux for Foquet
    Contemporary characters, manners
    Le MaladeImaginaire
  • 28. March pour la Ceremonie des Turcs 1670
    Jean-Baptiste Lully
    Comédie-Ballet:
    Ballet interrupted by
    Spoken dialogue
  • 29. George Friedrich Handel
    Messiah, Hallelujah chorus 1742
  • 30. Johann Sebastian Bach
    1685-1750
    Brandenburg Concerto #2 in F
    “tight webs of counterpoint with
    upper and lower instrumental
    parts…”
    1721
    Fugue – polyphonic form of one
    theme presented in turn at various
    pitches
  • 31. Joseph Wright An Experiment on Bird in the Air Pump 1768
  • 32. Thomas Jefferson
    Jean-Antoine Houdon
    1789
    (sculpture)
  • 33. Denis Diderot
    1713-1784
    Philosophes
    Encyclopédie – begins 1750
    Encyclopédie,
    ouDictionnaireraisonné
    des sciences, des arts,
    et des métiers.
    "to assemble the knowledge
    scattered over the face
    of the earth; to explain its
    general plan to the men
    with whom we live … so that
    we may not die without
    havin deserved well of the human race.”
    Organizing, producing, using
    knowledge
    "The first step toward philosophy is
    incredulity,"
  • 34. Hotel de Soubise (Salon de la Princesse)
    Germain de Boffrand
    Paris
    1740
    Rococo
    Rocaille
  • 35. Mars and Venus Surprised by Vulcan
    François Boucher
    1754
  • 36. Hamerschlag Hall (Machinery Hall)
    Henry Hornbostel
    1906-1912
  • 37. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    1756-1791
    Symphony #40 in G Minor (K550)
    Molto Allegro
    1788
  • 38. Charles-Claude d’AngivillerJean-Baptiste Greuze1763
  • 39. Voltaire in Old AgeJean-Antoine Houdon1781
  • 40. Corinthian Order. The Antiquities of AthensJames Stuart & Nicholas Revett1762
  • 41. Lord Thomas DundasPompeoBalboni1764
  • 42. Death of SocratesJacques Louis David1787
  • 43. University of VirginiaThomas Jefferson1819-25
  • 44. Plan of the BrookesUnknown artist1788
  • 45. Napoleon Crossing the AlpsJacques-Louis David1800
  • 46. Tristan und Isolde August Spiess 1881
  • 47. LohengrinAugust von Heckel1882
  • 48. Bridal Chorus, LohengrinRichard Wagner 1850
  • 49. NeuschwansteinChristian Jank, Eduard Riedel1869-
  • 50. Crystal Palace Joseph Paxton 1851
  • 51. The GleanersJean-François Millet 1857
  • 52. The Apotheosis of Homer
    J.A.D. Ingres
    1827
  • 53. Human ZooDresden, 1879
  • 54. Friedrich Nietzsche
  • 55. Theater at BayreuthOtto Brueckwald, Architect1872-5
  • 56. Dying Swan from Carnivalof the AnimalsCamille Saint-Saëns 1866
  • 57. Huckleberry FinnThomas Hart Benton 1885,
  • 58. ParadeCocteau, Satie,Massine, Picasso, 1917
  • 59. FirebirdStravinsky, Fokin, Bakst, 1910
  • 60. ScheherezadeRimsky-Korsakov, Nijinsky, Bakst 1888,1910
  • 61. Visual Synthesis of the Idea: War Gino Severini 1914
  • 62. Paris Metro StationHector Guimard 1900 Paris
  • 63. Magnanimous Cuckold SetLyubovPopova 1922 Stage Set