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week 1Week 1 Discussion.strayer.edu/webapps/discussionboard/do/message?action=list_messages&forum_id=_2173308_1&nav=discussion_board&conf_id=_148405_1&course_id=_169510_1&message_id=_47978260_1#”>COLLAPSEOverall Rating:12345Your Rating:.strayer.edu/webapps/discussionboard/do/message?action=list_messages&forum_id=_2173308_1&nav=discussion_board&conf_id=_148405_1&course_id=_169510_1&message_id=_47978260_1#” title=”One star”>1.strayer.edu/webapps/discussionboard/do/message?action=list_messages&forum_id=_2173308_1&nav=discussion_board&conf_id=_148405_1&course_id=_169510_1&message_id=_47978260_1#” title=”Two stars”>2.strayer.edu/webapps/discussionboard/do/message?action=list_messages&forum_id=_2173308_1&nav=discussion_board&conf_id=_148405_1&course_id=_169510_1&message_id=_47978260_1#” title=”Three stars”>3.strayer.edu/webapps/discussionboard/do/message?action=list_messages&forum_id=_2173308_1&nav=discussion_board&conf_id=_148405_1&course_id=_169510_1&message_id=_47978260_1#” title=”Four stars”>4.strayer.edu/webapps/discussionboard/do/message?action=list_messages&forum_id=_2173308_1&nav=discussion_board&conf_id=_148405_1&course_id=_169510_1&message_id=_47978260_1#” title=”Five stars”>5″Baroque Style” Please respond to one (1) of the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:Listen to one (1) composition that demonstrates the qualities of the Baroque musical style. It may be from the Websites below or from this week’s Music Folder. Identify your choice, and describe it by relating key terms from the textbook to your selection. Explain what you like or admire about the work. Compare it to a modern soundtrack or song that evokes a similar mood. Select two (2) Baroque style paintings from the Websites below that no other student has selected. Identify each as to artist, date, and title or description. From the summaries of the Baroque style’s features in our class text, identify specific key aspects of each painting that fit the Baroque style. Explain why you selected each and what you like or dislike about it. Compare this style to a modern film, type of film, or to a modern situation. Explore:Monteverdi and VivaldiChapter 21 (pp. 707-710), Baroque music and composers; review the Week 1 “Music Folder†Monteverdi’s Orfeo .youtube.com/watch?v=8ll_u870PG8″>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ll_u870PG8 (lyrics with translation: .wordpress.com/class-resources/examples-baroque/”>http://introtomusicdeanza.wordpress.com/class-resources/examples-baroque/)Vivaldi’s “Spring” from Vivaldi: A Man For All Seasons at .npr.org/2011/07/18/104868631/vivaldi-a-man-for-all-seasons”>http://www.npr.org/2011/07/18/104868631/vivaldi-a-man-for-all-seasons and.youtube.com/watch?v=aFHPRi0ZeXE”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFHPRi0ZeXE (background and lyric translation at .baroquemusic.org/vivaldiseasons.html”>http://www.baroquemusic.org/vivaldiseasons.html) Baroque Visual ArtsChapter 21 (pp. 689-691; 701-703) and Chapter 22 (pp. 715-720; 726-735); Baroque style and its characteristics; Baroque in the northBaroque samples at .khanacademy.org/humanities/monarchy-enlightenment/baroque-art1/beginners-guide-baroque1/a/baroque-art-in-europe-an-introduction”>https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/monarchy-enlightenment/baroque-art1/beginners-guide-baroque1/a/baroque-art-in-europe-an-introduction; (also see.artinthepicture.com/styles/Baroque/”>http://www.artinthepicture.com/styles/Baroque/ and click on the names of the artists to see their works)Examples of Baroque paintings from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam at .rijksmuseum.nl/en/explore-the-collection/styles/baroque”>https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/explore-the-collection/styles/baroque (click on images; go full-screen; click “i†for info on the artist and date and painting)week 2″The Arts and Royalty; Philosophers Debate Politics” Please respond to one (1) of the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:In this week’s readings, a dispute in the French royal court is described about whether Poussin or Rubens was the better painter. Take a painting by each, either from our book or a Website below, and compare them and explain which you prefer. There is another conflict between the playwright Moliere and a well-born Parisian; Louis XIV stepped in. Explain how Louis XIV used the various arts and his motives for doing so. Identify one (1) example of a modern political leader approaching the arts this way.The philosophers Thomas Hobbes and John Locke disagreed on the understanding of political authority, with Locke taking what is commonly called the “liberal†view. Choose a side (be brave perhaps; take a side you actually disagree with). Using the writings of each given in our class text or at the Websites below, make your case for the side you chose and against the other side. Identify one (1) modern situation in the world where these issues are significant.Explore:The Arts and RoyaltyChapter 23 (pp. 742-755); Rubens; Poussin; Moliere; royalty using the arts; review the Week 2 “Music Folderâ€Rubens and Poussin at .visitmuseums.com/exhibition/from-baroque-to-classicism-rubens-poussin-and-17th-85″>http://www.visitmuseums.com/exhibition/from-baroque-to-classicism-rubens-poussin-and-17th-85 and.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/bio/p/poussin/biograph.html”>http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/bio/p/poussin/biograph.html Philosophers Debate PoliticsChapter 24 (pp. 776-7; 803-805)Hobbes: text at .edu/instruct/phl302/texts/hobbes/leviathan-contents.html”>http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/phl302/texts/hobbes/leviathan-contents.html; summary at .stanford.edu/entries/hobbes-moral/”>http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/hobbes-moral/; also .com/hobbes.htm”>http://jim.com/hobbes.htmLocke: text at .thenagain.info/Classes/Sources/Locke-2ndTreatise.html”>http://www.thenagain.info/Classes/Sources/Locke-2ndTreatise.html; General background of the concept at.digitalhistory.uh.edu/teachers/lesson_plans/pdfs/unit1_12.pdf”>http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/teachers/lesson_plans/pdfs/unit1_12.pdfweek 3″Classical Music; Early Abolitionist Art and Literature” Please respond to one (1) of the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response: Listen to one (1) composition (for a symphony) by Haydn or Mozart, either at the Websites below or in this week’s Music Folder. Identify the work that you have chosen, and describe the way in which the composition expresses the specific qualities of the Classical music style. Use the key terms from the textbook that are related to that particular music style, and explain what you like or admire about the work. Compare it to a specific modern musical work for which you might use the term “classic” or “classical”.Explain whether you think an autobiographical or fictional account by a slave (such as Phillis Wheatley and Olaudah Equiano) is more persuasive than a biographical or fictional account by a white author (such as John Gabriel Stedman or Aphra Behn). Explain whether you believe the representations of slavery in the visual arts (such as William Blake’s illustrations, William Hackwood’s cameo, or John Singleton Copley’s painting) were more compelling and convincing of the injustices of slavery than the literary representations already mentioned. In your explanations, use specific examples and consider both audience and the content and nature of the work. Identify the literary or art form in modern times that you think is most effective at depicting injustice.Explore:Classical MusicChapter 25 (pp. 826-832), classical style described; examples; review the Week 3 “Music Folderâ€Haydn at .youtube.com/watch?v=JESXMWrwzVQ”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JESXMWrwzVQ and .npr.org/artists/16110605/franz-joseph-haydn”>http://www.npr.org/artists/16110605/franz-joseph-haydnMozart at .youtube.com/watch?v=hywOY9BS9tQ”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hywOY9BS9tQ and .npr.org/artists/15327819/wolfgang-amadeus-mozart”>http://www.npr.org/artists/15327819/wolfgang-amadeus-mozart Early Abolitionist Art & LiteratureChapter 26 (pp. 870-2): Equiano, Stedman, Wheatley, Behn; Chapter 26 (pp. 877-879): Equiano and BehnWheatley at .vcu.edu/engweb/webtexts/Wheatley/phil.htm”>http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/webtexts/Wheatley/phil.htmChapter 26 (pp. 870-873): Blake, Hackwood, Copleyweek 4″Beethoven; Art and Protest in the 1800s” Please respond to one (1) of the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response:Listen to one (1) composition (i.e., for a symphony) by Beethoven, a transitional figure between classical and romantic music. Identify the composition that you listened to, and determine whether you would characterize the chosen composition as either the Classical or Romantic style of music. Explain the key features that lead you to your conclusion. Identify one (1) modern musician who you believe was great at one type of music yet pioneered another.Select one (1) example of a literary work or a work of visual art from the 1800s—either Romantic or Realist in style—that responds in some way to the Industrial Revolution. Identify the work and the artist or writer, describe its features and style, and explain the manner in which it responds to the Industrial Revolution. Identify one (1) specific literary or artistic work of our day that effectively protests a social injustice.Explore:BeethovenChapter 27 (pp. 907-914), Beethoven, qualities of the Romantic style in music (classical style was on pp. 826-832); review Week 4 “Music Folderâ€The Beethoven-Haus Website at .beethoven-haus-bonn.de/sixcms/detail.php?template=portal_en”>http://www.beethoven-haus-bonn.de/sixcms/detail.php?template=portal_en (Note: Click on Digital Archives > Works by Ludwig von Beethoven; then find one [1] of his symphonies and listen to a clip.)Beethoven’s Eroica at .youtube.com/watch?v=9XL2ha18i5w”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XL2ha18i5w and .youtube.com/watch?v=8RFG5rGVL1s”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RFG5rGVL1s Art Reacting to the Industrial RevolutionChapter 28 ( 920-944), art and literature in Industrial RevolutionThe Museum of Fine Art in Ghent, Belgium (MSK Gent) – Romantic and Realist Art of the 1800s at .beethoven-haus-bonn.de/sixcms/detail.php?template=portal_en”>http://www.mskgent.be/en/collection/1820-romanticism-and-realism/romanticism-and-realismNew York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art – French Realist Art of the 1800s at .metmuseum.org/toah/hd/rlsm/hd_rlsm.htm”>http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/rlsm/hd_rlsm.htm