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Romantic era; fashion; literature; music

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  • 1. Romantic era (1810-1900)By: Jessica Nguyen 1
  • 2. 2
  • 3. Style of music 2
  • 4. Style of musicFreedom 2
  • 5. Style of musicFreedom Creativity 2
  • 6. Style of musicFreedom Creativity Experimentation 2
  • 7. Style of musicFreedom Creativity Experimentation 2
  • 8. Style of musicFreedom Creativity Experimentation longer lengths, new harmonies and tonal relationships. 2
  • 9. Style of musicFreedom Creativity Experimentation longer lengths, new harmonies and tonal relationships. Expressive and Dominant 2
  • 10. Style of musicFreedom Creativity Experimentation longer lengths, new harmonies and tonal relationships. Expressive and Dominant Nationalism 2
  • 11. Style of musicFreedom Creativity Experimentation longer lengths, new harmonies and tonal relationships. Expressive and Dominant Nationalism Virtuoso 2
  • 12. Style of musicFreedom Creativity Experimentation longer lengths, new harmonies and tonal relationships. A Expressive and Dominant ER OP Nationalism Virtuoso 2
  • 13. Art/Literature evocation or criticism of the past more emotion and expression of ideas Eugène Delacroix, Francisco Goya, Liberty Leading the People 1830 The Third of May 1808, 1814 Edgar Allan Poe Konstantin BatyushkovNathaniel Hawthorne (1787-1855) one of the notable 3 poets of Russian Romanticism
  • 14. FashionBeret sleeves Neck ruffsHats Romantic skirt Silhouette V-pointed skirts 4
  • 15. FashionBeret sleeves Neck ruffsHats Romantic skirt Silhouette V-pointed skirts 4
  • 16. 5
  • 17. Giuse!e Ver" 1813 - 1901 MAN OF THE THEATRE 5
  • 18. Giuse!e Ver" 1813 - 1901 MAN OF THE THEATRE Influential composer 19th century 5
  • 19. Giuseppe Verdi 1893: "I was, am and always will be a peasant from Roncole." Jan 27, 1901 Italian opera composer Le Roncole is what is known as today: Roncole Verdi In memory of the great Italian composer Verdi, it Verdi’s statue in thewas turned into a memorial Piazzamuseum in honour of Verdi. G. Verdi, Busseto 6
  • 20. Giuseppe Verdi 1893: "I was, am and always will be a peasant from Roncole." Oct 10, 1813 Jan 27, 1901 Italian opera composer Le Roncole is what is known as today: Roncole Verdi In memory of the great Italian composer Verdi, it Verdi’s statue in thewas turned into a memorial Piazzamuseum in honour of Verdi. G. Verdi, Busseto 6
  • 21. ChildhoodPiacenz - Busseto 1830s Antonio Barrezi Margherita Barrezi 7
  • 22. #e To$ MusicAdulthood Ma%er Had 2 children Established new operas Gave on music (1840) 20 8
  • 23. Continued..... Nationalist Attempt at comic opera Libretto (1840) Became ill Performed: MacBeth 1847 9
  • 24. Continued... Change of style GREATEST SUCESS YETGiuseppina Strepponi Most popular composer in Europe 1859 Re-married Dedicate his life to gardening 10
  • 25. Continued... 11
  • 26. Continued... 11
  • 27. Continued... 1861 11
  • 28. Continued... 1861 1867 11
  • 29. Continued... 1861 1867 1871 Falstaff 11
  • 30. Continued... 1861 1867 1871 Falstaff 11
  • 31. Continued... 1861 1867 1871 1897 Falstaff 11
  • 32. Continued... 1861 1867 1871 1897 Falstaff 1901 11
  • 33. 12
  • 34. Influences 12
  • 35. Influences Quote:“I am destined to work until my last gasp,” 12
  • 36. Influences Quote: “I am destined to work until my last gasp,”Gaetano Donizetti 12
  • 37. Influences Quote: “I am destined to work until my last gasp,”Gaetano Donizetti Gioachino Rossini 12
  • 38. Influences Quote: “I am destined to work until my last gasp,”Gaetano Donizetti Gioachino Rossini Giacomo Meyerbeer 12
  • 39. Influences Quote: “I am destined to work until my last gasp,”Gaetano Donizetti Gioachino Rossini Giacomo Meyerbeer Saverio Mercadante 12
  • 40. Influences Quote: “I am destined to work until my last gasp,”Gaetano Donizetti Gioachino Rossini Giacomo Meyerbeer Saverio Mercadante Vincenzo Bellini 12
  • 41. Influences Quote: “I am destined to work until my last gasp,”Gaetano Donizetti Gioachino Rossini Giacomo Meyerbeer Saverio Mercadante Vincenzo Bellini Alessandro Manzoni 12
  • 42. ContributionsVOCAL 28 Italian operas Manzoni’s Requiem Chamber 13
  • 43. Musical styleOPERA OPERA 14
  • 44. Major works Sei romanze (Six Romances), 1838■ Oberto, 1839 ■ La traviata, 1853■ Un giorno di regno, 1840 ■ Les Vêpres siciliennes, 1855■ Nabucco, 1842 ■ Aroldo, 1857■ I Lombardi, 1843 ■ Simon Boccanegra, 1857■ Ernani, 1844 ■ Un ballo in maschera, 1859■ I due foscari, 1844 ■ La forza del destino, 1862■ Macbeth, 1847 ■ Don Carlo, 1867■ I masnadieri, 1847 ■ Aida, 1871■ Luisa Miller, 1849 ■ Requiem Mass, 1874■ Rigoletto, 1851 ■ Otello, 1887■ Il trovatore, 1853 ■ Falstaff, 1893 15
  • 45. Aida Giuseppe Verdi 16
  • 46. Aida Giuseppe Verdi 16
  • 47. Aida2nd last operaKhedivial Opera House -Cairo 18714 actsOne of the most emotional, lyrical,expressive, and skillfuloperas ever written 17
  • 48. Melody - trumpets, very repetitive.Rhythm/Metre - 3/4 timeHarmony - repetitive 18
  • 49. Texture - rich in melody and harmonyDynamics - broadly, forte, mezzo forte, mezzo pianoMood - powerful, intenseStyle - Classical, Romantic, Italian, Opera 19
  • 50. Instrumentation 20
  • 51. THE END :) 21