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Bach to Baroque Times A Class Act Presentation by Mr. Anderson’s Class
The Baroque Period 1600 - 1750
A Few Baroque Composers
J. S. BACH German Composer Lived 1685-1750 Excellent Musician Organist Composed for Church Court
Henry PURCELL English Composer Lived 1659 - 1695 Famous Operas. Dido & Annias, King Arthur, The Fairy Queen, The Tempest, etc. Sonata of III Parts
George Frederic HANDEL German Born Lived 1685 - 1759 Found Fame in England Most Famous Pieces Messiah, Water Music.
Antonio VIVALDI Italian Composer Lived 1678 - 1741 Extremely Productive Elaborate Music Rhythmic Melodic
A Few Baroque Artists
Gian Lorenzo BERNINI Italian artist Painter Sculptor Lived 1598 - 1680 Some Famous Works Fountain of the Four Rivers The Ecstasy of St.Therese
Michelangelo CARAVAGGIO Italian Painter Lived 1571 - 1610 Religious Subjects Famous Works The Entombment, John the Baptist, The Tooth Drawer, Still (Shown Here) and Adoration of Shepherds.
Jan VERMEER Dutch Painter Lived 1632 - 1675 Lived in Delft, Holland Painted His World Famous Paintings The Artist and His Painting Young Woman with a Water Jug, The Milkmaid, The View of Delft
Dutch Painter Lived 1606 - 1669 Prolific Artist 1400+ Sketches 600+ Paintings Painted many self portraits REMBRANDT Van Rijn
Some Other People & Events
Some Baroque People Sir Isaac Newton Scientist & Mathematician Laws of Motion Invented Calculus Galileo Galilei Scientist & Inventor Telescope Thermometer
More Baroque People Rene Descartes Mathematician & Scientist Father Modern Philosophy Evangelista Torricelli Scientist & Mathematician Inventor of the Barometer
Some Baroque Events Thirty Years war (1618-1648) Jamestown (1609) Pilgrims Land at Plymouth Rock (1620) Original 13 Colonies Founded
The famous people in England. Sir Henry Morgan ca – 1688.
Baroque Music. Characteristics Baroque – comes from the Italian word “barocco” meaning bizarre or exuberant The word was originally used to describe the.
Baroque Art Summary Baroque Summary (1600s) Religious and political conflict around Europe (Thirty Years’ War); Catholic Church responding.
The Scientific Revolution
Baroque Time Period
The Baroque Era Copyright © Frankel Consulting Services, Inc.
Art and Literature in the 17 th Century. Art - Mannerism Mannerism reflected the overall sense of upheaval of the religious wars. El Greco – Greek painter.
Baroque World. New Spirit 1600s Roman Catholic Church Counter-Reformation Baroque.
BAROQUE COMPOSERS. Henry Purcell September 10, 1659-November 21, 1695 England Began his musical a career as a chorister as a member of the Chapel Royal.
Baroque is derived from the Italian word “barocco” which means “misshapen pearl.” rejected the classical styles of the Renassiance. Art.
THE AGE OF REVOLUTIONS The Scientific Revolution
By Javier San Martín And Quique Sacasas. What is a suite? History of the suite Important autors The best compositions.
A.D.. Renaissance Characteristics: Music was written for Mass: The Mass Cycle, called the Ordinary: Kyrie Gloria Credo Sanctus Agnus Dei No.
Baroque ba-roque / b ə-’rōk According to Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary: 1. An irregularly shaped pearl. 2.of, relating to, or having the characteristics.
The Baroque Era An Era of Elegance Decoration & Style The Baroque approach exhibited some combination of power, massiveness, or dramatic.
Chapter 14 Identifications. Johannes Kepler Chapter 14 Identifications 1. German astronomer and mathematician who calculated the orbits of the planets.
Baroque. Baroque paintings Baroque art is characterized by great drama, rich, deep color, and intense light and dark shadows Portraits are intentionally.
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