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The main stages of cold war.

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  1. What time period (dates) did the Renaissance occur? 1350-1600 What does the term Renaissance mean? rebirth Where did the Renaissance begin? City-states of Italy What city-state was the birthplace of the Renaissance? Florence What was the main business of the Medici family? banking What did Humanism focus on? secular, or worldly themes What did it also stress? individualism and independent thinking, dignity and worthName 3 ways Renaissance ideas spread. 

War, Trade, Printing Who was Johannes Gutenberg? What did his invention do? Developed the printing press; books were created faster and were less expensive; things were easier to copy & print What was a certificate of indulgence?

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jjoj

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Aimée Ann Duffy was born in 1984 in Wales.

She's usually known by her artistic name, “Duffy”. She's a Welsh singer-songwriter.

Duffy became famous at the age of 24 whenwhen her first album, Rockferry, went to number one in the UK Album Chart. It was the best-selling UK album in 2008 and 1.68 millions copies were sold. Mercy, the first single from the album, was number for five weeks. Last year, Duffy won the Grammy award for Best Pop Vocal Album and she was nominated for two other awards. Since then, she has performed live at concerts and festivals all cover the world. She has just released her second album. She is plannin a tour now.

Duffy is also involved in charity work. Recently, she recorded a song for the War Child Heroes charity album.

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Criminal efficientism

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n.W.A the unapologetically violent and sexist pioneers of gangsta rap, are in many ways the most notorious group in the history of rap. Emerging in the late '80s, when Public Enemy had rewritten the rules of hardcore rap by proving that it could be intelligent, revolutionary, and socially aware, N.W.Acapitalized on PE's sonic breakthroughs while ignoring their message. Instead, the five-piece crew celebrated the violence and hedonism of the criminal life, capturing it all in blunt, harsh language. Initially, the group's relentless attack appeared to be serious, vital commentary, and it even provoked the FBI to caution N.W.A's record company, but following Ice Cube's departure in late 1989, the group began to turn to self-parody. With
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Renaissance instrumental music

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White Away; Twink; Pentel; Aqua Kores; paper Mate; Faber-Castell; White Pen 2; Bic; Sylvapen; Pelikan; ZebraThe classicism starts at milset sents cincuanta and finish at milvuit centsvint.They find beauty in order and symmetry. Everything has to be structured.The first time than instrumental music is more important than secular music.The accompainment was Alberti Bass based on broken chords.There is more secular music than instrumental music. Viena becomes the center of music, all the main composers live there.Mood changes during the composition a song can begin sad and move into cheerful.Melodies are tuneful and easy to remember,sing and listen,they are catchy. Allegro-Sonata form was the typical structure, all the instrumental... Continue reading "Renaissance instrumental music" »

Three stages of greek civilization

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This style originated from the small Italian states and was know as the Rebirth because it represented a recovery of classical culture.

Causes:the arrival of Greek scholar in Italy fleeing from Constantinople and bringing classical works. The presence of Roma’s artefactos and other archeological remains in Italy.
Stages:trecento14: first renaissance elements.The first artist giotto. Quattrocento15: took place in Florence. The most important architects were Brunelleschi and Alberti. Ghiberti and Donatello (sculptors) and Masaccio, Fran Angelico and Botticelli(painters). Cinqyecento16: Rome became the leading artistic centre. Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael belongs to this phase. Mannerism: started in 1530 in Italy. Harmony and proportion
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Clowns + baroque + music

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The Baroque is the period coming after the Renaissance, and spans the 17th century to the mid-18th century. Musical scene, music is an indespensable element in every socila activity. Castrati were famous male singers from the poorer classes chosen for the beauty of their voices. Instrumentalists: violinists, organists and others. 1-Profane music was more popular and intrumental music became as important as vocal music. 2-The concerto, the toccata, sonata and fugue. 3-Porfane music: the opera. Religious music: the oratorio, cantata and passion. 1-Concerto grosso: 3 movements: fast-slow-fast, 2 groups of instruments: the tutti, grosso or ripieno, and passages played by the concertino. 2-Solo concerto: similar to the grosso, but the groups are
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Baroque vocal genres oratorio

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The Barroque is the period coming After the Renaissance, and spans the 17th century to the mid-18th century. Musical scene, music is an indespensable element in every social activity. Castrati were famous male singers from the poorer classes chosen for the beauty Of their voices. Instrumentalists: violinist, organist and others. 1-Profane Music was more popular and instrumental music was more popular and instrumental Music became as important as vocal music. 2- The concerto, the toccata, sonata And fugue. 3- Profan music: the opera, Religious music: the oratorio, cantata And passion. 1-Conceryo grosso: 3 movements: fast-slow-fast, 2 groups of Instruments: the tutti, grosso or ripieno, and passages played by the Concertino. 2- Solo concerto:
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G.B.Lully

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Antonio Vivaldi: the Red priest, Venetian, priest, virtuoso violinist, re-haired and music master.
Henry Purcell: a man before his time. Born into a family of musicians, and was appointed copyist, and then he became an organist.
Johann Sebastian Bach: the father of music. A religious man that liked the little Pleasures of life. He was more appreciates as an organist than as a composer.
Georg Friederich Handel: The Great Bear. Son of a surgeon, his father wanted him to Be a lawyer, he learned music secretly, and when he performed on an organ, his Father agreed to pay for his further musical studies.
Jean- Baptiste Lully: the dancer who captivated the Sun King. Italian Born dancer and Violinist, later being appointed  as a 
composer of instrumental
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ESCRITURA

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Compiling a newsletter

  1. Remember Who are listening Think About your target audience. You must know who is tuning the information you are Giving and what they need to know. Focus on news and information relevant to The target audience of your channel.

  2. Variety Is the spice of life: It offers Various information. The news tends to be multi-colored and multi-faceted, like Real life. It should highlight how the news impacts the lives of your audience.

  3. A Pleasant voice is important to ensure that your audience returns. Try to record some of your newsletters and hear them again. Would you Like to wake up and hear that? The audio creates emotions. An attractive voice That attracts attention of the audience is important.

  4. Small can Be beautiful: Longer it

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Goat

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aesthetic: Relating to the appreciation of beauty or good taste or having a heightened sensitivity to beauty: a philosophy of what is artistically valid or beautiful.

2) applied art: A term that sometimes includes architecture and the “decorative arts” (handcrafts by skilled artisans, aspects of interior design, jewelry, weaponry, tools, costumes, mechanical appliances, and other products of industrial design).

3) art for art’s sake: A phrase coined in the early nineteenth century that expresses the belief that art needs no justification—that is, it needs to serve no political, didactic (teaching), or other end.

4) artifact: A product produced by human craft, particularly one of archeological, artistic, or historical interest.

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