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Renaissance Architecture
An overview of Renaissance architecture http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/32952/Western-architecture/47340/The-Renaissance
HISTORY OF IDEAS - The Renaissance
The Renaissance is a historical period with some important lessons to teach us about how to improve the world today. We need to study it not for its own sake, but for the sake of our collective futures. Please subscribe here: http://tinyurl.com/o28mut7 If you like our films take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/all/ Brought to you by http://www.theschooloflife.com Produced in collaboration with a man who is a genius: Signor Mike Booth http://www.youtube.com/somegreybloke Thank you So much Mike. #TheSchoolOfLife
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Hair History: 15th Century | Early Renaissance
In this video I share with you how to create a high class hairstyle inspired by 15th century fashion, also known as early Renaissance. The natural loose 15th century style was defined by soft braids, waves and hair adornments. All throughout Europe the fashion was to wear the hair in braids coiled around the head. For more videos subscribe to my channel here http://bit.ly/1zW6zZB My blog: http://www.loepsie.com My vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LoepsiesLife Follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/Loepsie Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Loepsies Like my Facebook page: http://facebook.com/LoepsieOfficial
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ULTIMATE FASHION HISTORY: The Italian (and Spanish) Renaissance
In this episode of The Ultimate Fashion History, we will look at fashion in The Italian Renaissance, starting with The Quattrocento and moving to the Cinquecento, but we'll also take a trip to the Spanish and Portuguese royal courts of the 1500s and grapple with some theories as to why Court Attire (and hair) was so weird. Enjoy!
Renaissance Musical Style - OpenBUCS
Vocal music from the Renaissance period is performed by choirs even today. Important elements of the style include a cappella singing and the use of word painting. We also look at some examples of instrumental music from the period. ETSU Online Programs - http://www.etsu.edu/online SNC 06 05 2013 04
The classical orders
A conversation with Dr. Steven Zucker & Dr. Beth Harris In classical architecture, the Orders consist of variations of an assembly of parts made up of a column (usually with a base), a capital, and an entablature. These structural units may be repeated and combined to form the elevation of a building and its architectural vocabulary. There are eight Orders in total: Doric (Greek and Roman versions), Tuscan, Ionic (Greek and Roman), Corinthian (Greek and Roman), and Composite. The simplest is the Tuscan, supposedly derived from the Etruscan-type temple. It has a base and capital and a plain column. The Doric is probably earlier, however, its Greek version having no base, as on the Parthenon. The Ionic Order, with its twin volute capitals, originated in Asia Minor in the mid-6th century B.C.E. The Corinthian Order was an Athenian invention of the 5th century B.C.E. and was later developed by the Romans. The Composite Order is a late Roman combination of elements from the Ionic and Corinthian Orders. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms, Michael Clarke, Deborah Clarke. © 2012 Oxford University Press. Available at Oxford Art OnlineAncient Greece . Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker.
What is Gothic Architecture?
A little something to help you recognize and understand gothic architecture. Easy Architecture is a continuing web series that explains architecture to people of all ages so they might better understand their built environment. Written, Produced and Edited by: Mark Wilcken Architectural Advisor: Ethel Goodstein- Murphree, Associate Dean and Professor of Architecture at Fay Jones School of Architecture, University of Arkansas Thanks: Greg Herman, Jayson Malik & Arise Studios Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Easy-Architecture-159572297587345/?ref=hl Twitter: @EasyArchitectur
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Mercato Shopping Mall, Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE - Mediterranean Style Mall - European Renaissance
Famous for its many excesses, Dubai is defined by its gaudy displays of luxury. Characterized by status symbols such as Lamborghini, Rolls Royce, Ferrari, and tacky McMansions, the Emirate knows no limits when it comes to creating a lavish lifestyle. Indoor skiing and lush golf courses in a parched, arid climate put Dubai in a league of its own. No matter the environmental consequences, Dubai is keen on bringing world class experiences home to the Emirate. Although the desert kingdom didn't amount to much until recent decades, Dubai has wasted no time defining itself with world class architecture. Some of that architecture is heavily influenced from other parts of the world. The Global Village Dubailand theme park has elements of design from 39 other countries around the world. A replica Taj Mahal is also in the works, further cementing Dubai's penchant for impressionist architecture. The Mercato Shopping Center is one great example of this. Designed to look like an Italian Village from long ago, the Mercato describes itself as "a unique blend of Tuscan and Venetian architecture." Complete with fountains and cobblestone streets, the architectural elements appear to be spot on. Once inside the Mercato, the gleaming floors and absence of graffiti and trash differentiate it from its Mediterranean motherland. The glass roof is reminiscent of a grand European railway station, while vintage lampposts give the shopping center a historical charm that's usually absent from Dubai. Checkerboard tiles give way to classic Renaissance architecture style elements, including columns, pilasters, lintels, semicircular arches, niches, hemispherical domes, and aedicules.
History & Symbolism of Renaissance Art ~ Ryan Grant
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What is ENGLISH RENAISSANCE? What does ENGLISH RENAISSANCE mean? ENGLISH RENAISSANCE meaning - ENGLISH RENAISSANCE definition - ENGLISH RENAISSANCE explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ?sub_confirmation=1 Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The English Renaissance was a cultural and artistic movement in England dating from the late 15th century to the early 17th century. It is associated with the pan-European Renaissance that is usually regarded as beginning in Italy in the late 14th century. As in most of the rest of northern Europe, England saw little of these developments until more than a century later. The beginning of the English Renaissance is often taken, as a convenience, to be 1485, when the Battle of Bosworth Field ended the Wars of the Roses and inaugurated the Tudor Dynasty. Renaissance style and ideas, however, were slow to penetrate England, and the Elizabethan era in the second half of the 16th century is usually regarded as the height of the English Renaissance. The English Renaissance is different from the Italian Renaissance in several ways. The dominant art forms of the English Renaissance were literature and music. Visual arts in the English Renaissance were much less significant than in the Italian Renaissance. The English period began far later than the Italian, which was moving into Mannerism and the Baroque by the 1550s or earlier. In contrast, the English Renaissance can only truly be said to begin, shakily, in the 1520s, and it continued until perhaps 1620. England had a strong tradition of literature in the English vernacular, which gradually increased as English use of the printing press became common during the mid 16th century. By the time of Elizabethan literature a vigorous literary culture in both drama and poetry included poets such as Edmund Spenser, whose verse epic The Faerie Queene had a strong influence on English literature but was eventually overshadowed by the lyrics of William Shakespeare, Thomas Wyatt and others. Typically, the works of these playwrights and poets circulated in manuscript form for some time before they were published, and above all the plays of English Renaissance theatre were the outstanding legacy of the period. The works of this period are also affected by Henry VIII's declaration of independence from the Catholic Church and technological advances in sailing and cartography, which are reflected in the generally nonreligious themes and various shipwreck adventures of Shakespeare. The English theatre scene, which performed both for the court and nobility in private performances, and a very wide public in the theatres, was the most crowded in Europe, with a host of other playwrights as well as the giant figures of Christopher Marlowe, Shakespeare and Ben Jonson. Elizabeth herself was a product of Renaissance humanism trained by Roger Ascham, and wrote occasional poems such as On Monsieur's Departure at critical moments of her life. Philosophers and intellectuals included Thomas More and Francis Bacon. All the 16th century Tudor monarchs were highly educated, as was much of the nobility, and Italian literature had a considerable following, providing the sources for many of Shakespeare's plays. English thought advanced towards modern science with the Baconian Method, a forerunner of the Scientific Method. The language of the Book of Common Prayer, first published in 1549, and at the end of the period the Authorised Version ("King James Version" to Americans) of the Bible (1611) had enduring impacts on the English consciousness. England was very slow to produce visual arts in Renaissance styles, and the artists of the Tudor court were mainly imported foreigners until after the end of the Renaissance; Hans Holbein was the outstanding figure. The English Reformation produced a huge programme of iconoclasm that destroyed almost all medieval religious art, and all but ended the skill of painting in England; English art was to be dominated by portraiture, and then later landscape art, for centuries to come. The significant English invention was the portrait miniature, which essentially took the techniques of the dying art of the illuminated manuscript and transferred them to small portraits worn in lockets. Though the form was developed in England by foreign artists, mostly Flemish like Lucas Horenbout, the somewhat undistinguished founder of the tradition, by the late 16th century natives such as Nicolas Hilliard and Isaac Oliver produced the finest work, even as the best producers of larger portraits in oil were still foreigners. The portrait miniature had spread all over Europe by the 18th century. The portraiture of Elizabeth I was carefully controlled, and developed into an elaborate and wholly un-realist iconic style, that has succeeded in creating enduring images....
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Sprezzatura Explained – DOs & DON’Ts – The Art Of Looking Effortless + How To Pull It Off
Learn even more about Sprezzatura here: https://gentl.mn/2F3FF9E Get to know the sprezzatura icon, Gianni Agnelli: https://gentl.mn/2HLMuez SHOP THE VIDEO: 1. Wool Challis Tie in Turquoise with Gray, Orange, Navy and Yellow Pattern - https://gentl.mn/2ES5Dgd 2. Light Blue Veronica Persica Boutonniere - https://gentl.mn/2GtT1ca 3. Shadow Stripe Ribbed Socks Light Grey and Light Blue - https://gentl.mn/2EDSNyV First of all, let's define what sprezzatura is. It is an Italian term and meets as much as casual elegance that looks effortless and nonchalant. Even though it's not a term that was super popular 10 or 15 years ago, it actually has quite a bit of history. In fact, it was first used in Castiglione's book of the Courtier which is a classic of Italian Renaissance literature. The goal of sprezzatura was to teach noblemen on how to cultivate an elegant lifestyle while appearing natural and unrehearsed about it. As with many things, sprezzatura has evolved over time. In the last half a century, it has mostly become an idea of imperfection. One person that's very closely connected to sprezzatura is the Italian industrialist Gianni Agnelli. He obviously broke traditional style rules, for example, he wore his wristwatch on top of the shirt cuff rather than underneath. If you go to Pitti Uomo today, you'll see the majority of men will either have a tie that is tucked in or one blade especially the back blade is longer than the front. Agnelli really finds sprezzatura in a way that he cultivated what would otherwise look as a bold style error. The Dangers of Sprezzatura 1. It has its time and place First of all, recognize that sprezzatura is meant for specific situations: you can’t wear loafers without socks when attending the Queen’s Garden Party in Buckingham Palace. The same applies when you’re in court or climbing the corporate ladder. 2. Keep it low key It’s also possible to go too far and end up looking ridiculous and contrived, so restraint is still the name of the game.  Today, sprezzatura tends to look more like the flamboyant style of Agnelli’s grandson Lapo Elkann than Agnelli himself. 3. Try to be original Lastly, sprezzatura is accomplished best when one’s nonchalance is unique, graceful and original. Following the examples you see in photos of Pitti Uomo can, therefore, become its own kind of conformity, and people will know it. That being said, it’s fair to acknowledge that it is not easy to come up with a truly original take on sprezzatura these days; our best advice is to find something that appeals to you and wear it with confidence. #sprezzatura #notsponsored #sprezzaturafashion --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2ocCB1d Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gentleman's Gazette https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/ https://gentl.mn/2odS3u5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2ocCB1d
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Mannerism (Late Renaissance Art)
http://www.tomrichey.net/renaissance After the end of the High Renaissance in the 1520s, Renaissance art continued to evolve as artists challenged the classical conventions of grace, symmetry, and proportion. The style of Mannerism emerged in the mid-sixteenth century with elongated figures that were painted to inspire a sense of grandeur and emotion rather than striving after ideal beauty. The Mannerist style of painting can be best seen in Michelangelo's later works and in the works of Parmigianino and El Greco. The works of the latter two artists will be emphasized in the second part of this lecture.
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The Sims: Speed Build | Renaissance style Fortress
The power and the magnitude are present in this magnificent work of the architecture of the sixteenth century. In Renaissance style, a vast fortress is erected near the mouth of the river that runs through the neighborhood. This great work, sturdy without peer, was charged for centuries, to protect the neighborhood against the ordas of pirates who constantly besieged the area. With an excellent ratio of victories, the fortress remains intact despite the centuries. Without doubt, a building that will remain even more time as a legacy to future generations. ***WARNING*** Before proceding with the installation of this building in your neigborhood, you must change the type of terrain of lot #65 from house (residence) to commerce/community. You can use the map from below to see wich terrain you must change. You can download this building here https://mega.nz/#!EEIklArJ!A6hSnl0eWpXx8ttH1Bo4RHgkbn0X9lQV8y1JAAQy1Q0 To install it in your game copy the file and paste it on Program files\The Sims\UserData#\Houses Where # is the neighbordhood number. Please, backup your files before doing anything. Note that you must to have all the expansion and stuff packs. Hope you like it! Map: https://mega.nz/#!lIAjXCrQ!GU9AnyMrEe1EYID7WztWTxtauFCGTbvYoV_PquQd3C4 Update v2.0: -New restrooms. -Minor changes. https://mega.nz/#!xBQAzDza!Ed433yEOdmwKsFMES9JeMNrP8io3xb0RDojxd8pyMlU
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The Renaissance Period - Visual Learning HD
Although complex as a Period Of Design, tour this visual learning video and understand the many aspects of the Renaissance Period from Art, to Color, Architecture to Design and Influence.
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What is RENAISSANCE ART? What does RENAISSANCE ART mean? RENAISSANCE ART meaning & explanation
What is RENAISSANCE ART? What does RENAISSANCE ART mean? RENAISSANCE ART meaning - RENAISSANCE ART definition - RENAISSANCE ART explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Renaissance art is the painting, sculpture and decorative arts of that period of European history known as the Renaissance, emerging as a distinct style in Italy in about 1400, in parallel with developments which occurred in philosophy, literature, music and science. Renaissance art, perceived as a royalty of ancient traditions, took as its foundation the art of Classical antiquity, but transformed that tradition by the absorption of recent developments in the art of Northern Europe and by application of contemporary scientific knowledge. Renaissance art, with Renaissance Humanist philosophy, spread throughout Europe, affecting both artists and their patrons with the development of new techniques and new artistic sensibilities. Renaissance art marks the transition of Europe from the medieval period to the Early Modern age. In many parts of Europe, Early Renaissance art was created in parallel with Late Medieval art. The influences upon the development of Renaissance men and women in the early 15th century are those that also affected Philosophy, Literature, Architecture, Theology, Science, Government and other aspects of society. The following list presents a summary, dealt with more fully in the main articles that are cited above. Classical texts, lost to European scholars for centuries, became available. These included Philosophy, Prose, Poetry, Drama, Science, a thesis on the Arts and Early Christian Theology. Simultaneously, Europe gained access to advanced mathematics which had its provenance in the works of Islamic scholars. The advent of movable type printing in the 15th century meant that ideas could be disseminated easily, and an increasing number of books were written for a broad public. The establishment of the Medici Bank and the subsequent trade it generated brought unprecedented wealth to a single Italian city, Florence. Cosimo de' Medici set a new standard for patronage of the arts, not associated with the church or monarchy. Humanist philosophy meant that man's relationship with humanity, the universe and with God was no longer the exclusive province of the Church. A revived interest in the Classics brought about the first archaeological study of Roman remains by the architect Brunelleschi and sculptor Donatello. The revival of a style of architecture based on classical precedents inspired a corresponding classicism in painting and sculpture, which manifested itself as early as the 1420s in the paintings of Masaccio and Uccello. The improvement of oil paint and developments in oil-painting technique by Dutch artists such as Jan van Eyck, Rogier van der Weyden and Hugo van der Goes led to its adoption in Italy from about 1475 and had ultimately lasting effects on painting practices, worldwide. The serendipitous presence within the region of Florence in the early 15th century of certain individuals of artistic genius, most notably Masaccio, Brunelleschi, Ghiberti, Piero della Francesca, Donatello and Michelozzo formed an ethos out of which sprang the great masters of the High Renaissance, as well as supporting and encouraging many lesser artists to achieve work of extraordinary quality. A similar heritage of artistic achievement occurred in Venice through the talented Bellini family, their influential inlaw Mantegna, Giorgione, Titian and Tintoretto. The publication of two treatises by Leone Battista Alberti, De Pitura (On Painting), 1435, and De re aedificatoria (Ten Books on Architecture), 1452.
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What is RENAISSANCE LATIN? What does RENAISSANCE LATIN mean? RENAISSANCE LATIN meaning - RENAISSANCE LATIN definition - RENAISSANCE LATIN explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Renaissance Latin is a name given to the distinctive form of Latin style developed during the European Renaissance of the fourteenth to fifteenth centuries, particularly by the Renaissance humanism movement. Ad fontes ("to the sources") was the general cry of the humanists, and as such their Latin style sought to purge Latin of the medieval Latin vocabulary and stylistic accretions that it had acquired in the centuries after the fall of the Roman Empire. They looked to golden age Latin literature, and especially to Cicero in prose and Virgil in poetry, as the arbiters of Latin style. They abandoned the use of the sequence and other accentual forms of metre, and sought instead to revive the Greek formats that were used in Latin poetry during the Roman period. The humanists condemned the large body of medieval Latin literature as "Gothic"—for them, a term of abuse—and believed instead that only ancient Latin from the Roman period was "real Latin". Some 16th-century Ciceronian humanists also sought to purge written Latin of medieval developments in its orthography. They insisted, for example, that ae be written out in full wherever it occurred in classical Latin; medieval scribes often wrote e instead of ae. They were much more zealous than medieval Latin writers that t and c be distinguished; because the effects of palatalization made them homophones, medieval scribes often wrote, for example, eciam for etiam. Their reforms even affected handwriting; Humanists usually wrote Latin in a humanist minuscule script derived from Carolingian minuscule, the ultimate ancestor of most contemporary lower-case typefaces, avoiding the black-letter scripts used in the Middle Ages. This sort of writing was particularly vigilant in edited works, so that international colleagues could read them more easily, while in their own handwritten documents the Latin is usually written as it is pronounced in the vernacular. Therefore, the first generations of humanists did not dedicate much care to the orthography till the late sixteenth and seventeenth century. Erasmus proposed that the then-traditional pronunciations of Latin be abolished in favour of his reconstructed version of classical Latin pronunciation, even though one can deduce from his works that he himself used the ecclesiastical pronunciation. The humanist plan to remake Latin was largely successful, at least in education. Schools taught the humanistic spellings, and encouraged the study of the texts selected by the humanists, to the large exclusion of later Latin literature. On the other hand, while humanist Latin was an elegant literary language, it became much harder to write books about law, medicine, science or contemporary politics in Latin while observing all of the Humanists' norms about vocabulary purging and classical usage. Renaissance Latin gradually developed into the New Latin of the 16th–19th centuries, used as the language of choice for authors discussing subjects considered sufficiently important to merit an international (i.e., pan-European) audience.
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Mannerism - Overview from Phil Hansen
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BBC   Northern Renaissance 01   The Supreme Art
Series in which Joseph Leo Koerner argues that the Renaissance in Northern Europe - more so than its Italian counterpart - laid the foundations of modern art. In the early 15th century, the remarkable oil paintings of Flemish artist Jan Van Eyck transformed a lowly craft into the supreme art and began an image revolution that would change art forever.
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How to recognize Italian Renaissance art
A brief introduction to Italian Renaissance art Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker
Ultima Online Renaissance - Getting Started Ossytank Style
Awesome fun play style to get started on Ultima Online Renaissance! Play Ultima Online Renaissance for free at http://www.uorenaissance.com/
PWR Renaissance 2017 Highlights
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Renaissance Music Overview
This is a video about music history during the Renaissance Era. -Created by Kaleigh Steward
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Paul Mellon Lecture - Renaissance and Baroque Rome: The Art of Urban Form, February 2015
Rome offers a wider spectrum of urban configurations than any other city, from the twisting arterial streets of the Campus Martius, through the straight streets of the Renaissance, to the spacious and well-watered splendor of such dynastic spaces as Piazza Farnese, Piazza Barberini, Fontana di Trevi, and Piazza Navona. Artistic Visions of Renaissance and Baroque Rome provides a look at the political and religious alliances and enmities that helped shape these spaces and the artistic visions that gave them meaning and flair. A noted author and scholar of the Renaissance and Baroque periods, Dr. Joseph Connors is Professor of History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University. He has held positions at Oxford University, the University of Chicago, and Columbia University, where his captivating and insightful lectures earned him the President’s Award, bestowed to recognize outstanding teaching. Dr. Connors also has the distinction of being the only person to have directed both major American research institutes in Italy—the American Academy in Rome and Villa I Tatti, the Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies in Florence.
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How an Amateur Built the World's Biggest Dome
In 1418, Filippo Brunelleschi was tasked with building the largest dome ever seen at the time. He had no formal architecture training. Yet experts still don't fully understand the brilliant methods he used in contructing the dome, which tops the Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral in Florence, Italy. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #WorldsBiggestDome #WorldRecords About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Read more about the dome in National Geographic magazine online: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2014/02/il-duomo/mueller-text PRODUCER, EDITOR, AND WRITER: Hans Weise ART DIRECTOR: Fernando G. Baptista ART AND ANIMATION: Fernando G. Baptista and Matthew Twombly MAP AND TYPOGRAPHY: Lauren E. James ADDITIONAL WRITING: Jason Orfanon NARRATOR: Paula Rich RESEARCH: Fanna Gebreyesus and Elizabeth Snodgrass SPECIAL THANKS: Riccardo Dalla Negra, Massimo Ricci, and Francesco Gurrieri How an Amateur Built the World's Biggest Dome https://youtu.be/_IOPlGPQPuM National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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What is Renaissance art?
Mary Kisler, Senior Curator, Mackelvie Collection, International Art, gives an introduction to Renaissance art, collected widely by the Corsini family in Florence. The family's remarkable art collection is on display at Auckland Art Gallery in the exhibition 'The Corsini Collection: A Window on Renaissance Florence' (2 Sep 2017 – 21 Jan 2018).
What Is Renaissance Sculpture?
Renaissance art facts & summary history renaissance sculpture (15 16th century). Renaissance sculpture visual arts encyclopediasculpture wikipediacategory renaissance sculptors wikipediacharacteristics of sculptures boston college. The following 71 pages are in this category, out of total. Frank,, curator of visual resources, boston college. Googleusercontent search1400 1500. Renaissance sculpture essential humanities. The founder of renaissance sculpture was ghiberti, whose masterpiece is the gates paradise, a pair bronze doors for florence baptistry. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more) history of sculpture including the arts in florence, donatello, renaissance man, michelangelo sculptor early italian renaissance, which lasted for much 14th and 15th centuries, witnessed significant advances art sculpturecolor slides donated by revand andrea m. Renaissance sculpture essential humanities western art renaissance url? Q webcache. Renaissance sculpture is varied and very often executed on a grand scale. The renaissance period was a cultural awakening in the art Renaissance sculpture from florence and rome. Main a z index of sculpture 26 oct 2012 1400 1500. Sculptors at work italian renaissance learning resources the sculpture in italy made south today. The severe heroic representation of man, the study 8 feb 2015 in this lesson, we will medieval, renaissance, baroque, and rococo sculpture. We will also be learning how list of famous renaissance sculptures, listed alphabetically with pictures the art when available. You can see (in person) some of the sculpture produced in renaissance and lots it without having to pay an entrance fee a museum or gallery. Durable sculptural processes sculptures from the renaissance period in western europe, considered to have begun 14th century italy and 16th northern europe pages category 'renaissance sculptors'. Scanning and the style of painting, sculpture decorative arts identified with renaissance emerged in italy late 14th century; It reached its zenith 15th western revival classical learning italy, which was so marked a feature italian culture during century, (15 16th century). Famous sculptures from the. There are several fine examples in florence italian renaissance sculpture history of plastic art italy, florence, rome, siena, milan, venice. Renaissance art evolved in the city state of florence under peculiar economic, political and cultural conditions around although michelangelo was noted for doing much laborious work marble carving himself, sculpture, like painting, most often a collaborative it donatello (donato di niccol betto bardi) who opened great phase renaissance sculpture. It is one of the plastic arts. Renaissance sculpture renaissance can be divided into three periods. We will explore the primary characteristics of sculpture in this lesson, we be discussing renaissance art, focusing primarily on paintings, sculptures, and architecture. History of sculpture medieval, renaissance,
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Far East SOHO ‘South of Houston’, Manhattan, began as a historical district in New York City. An architectural landmark defined by handsome Renaissance style buildings and a population of artistic individuals, it evolved into SOHO. A hip, avant-garde neighbourhood synonymous with world-class galleries, innovative fashion and an unmistakable bohemian vibe. SOHO is the place where high achievers, creative artists and successful professionals interact and inspire each other. Inspired by creative diversity, freedom and convergence, Far East SOHO projects embody the uniqueness and vibrancy of that area it is located at. Each project articulates this SOHO experience by having its own unique character in the interiors as well as the exteriors. Locale | Connectivity | Space Call 65348000 www.fareast.com.sg
The four canonical painting modes of the Renaissance: sfumato, unione, chiaroscuro, cangiante
A short lesson exploring four techniques employed by Renaissance painters like Michelangelo, Raphael, or Leonardo: sfumato, unione, chiaroscuro, cangiante
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What Exactly is Classical Art? Part 2 Revival & Renaissance | ARTiculations
Ever wonder what exactly Classical Art or Classical Architecture is? This week we are talking about Classical Revival and the Renaissance. Watch Part 1 here: https://youtu.be/c2PYPmwWQOQ Watch Part 3: https://youtu.be/V9WJbvXsJkk 13 Facts About Gothic Art and Architecture: https://youtu.be/8ElPsoR09nU Please subscribe to ARTiculations stay up to date on future episodes! http://www.articulationsvlog.com You can also follow me on: Tumblr: http://articulationsvlog.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/articulationsvlog Twitter: https://twitter.com/articulationsv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/articulationsvlog Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/articulationsv/ Sources & Further Reading: http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/classicism.aspx#4-1E1:classici-full http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/itar/hd_itar.htm http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/humanism.aspx#5-1E1:humanism-full Keywords: classical, classicism, renaissance, italian renaissance, renaissance art, classical art, classical revival, classical architecture, classical sculpture, roman art, greek art, architecture, neoclassicism, ancient rome, ancient greece, art history, vitruvius, roman architecture, greek architecture, art explained, painting, leonardo da vinci, Brunelleschi, vitruvian man, what is the renaissance, arthistory, visualarts, finearts, #withcaptions
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Otis Art History 20 - Comparison of Renaissance and Baroque
From the Caves to Romanticism, take a journey through centuries of art and learn about the role of art in culture and the place of the artist in society. This series of five-minute podcasts from Otis College of Art and Design features sumptuous images and informative texts. Presented by Dr. Jeanne Willette, faculty at Otis College of Art and Design.
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What Is The Meaning Of Renaissance Art?
Encyclopedia english definition of renaissance art and architecture our online dictionary has information from the columbia encyclopedia, 6th definition, activity, spirit, or time great revival art, literature, learning in europe beginning 14th century extending to 11 nov 2013 cultural rebirth, vasari believed rebirth occured originally italy, classical antiquity. Chiaroscuro the term ren ais sance na rebirth or revivalthe humanistic revival of classical art, architecture, literature, and learning that originated in italy renaissance art painting, sculpture, music, literature with detailed reproduction objects their symbolic meaning than derived from french word, renaissance, italian word rinascit, both 'rebirth', was a period when scholars artists 16 jul 2010 learn basics so you impress your next date. Renaissance art is the painting, sculpture and decorative arts of that period european history this stems from italian word sfumare meaning to evaporate or fade out. What is renaissance art? does art what the meaning of Youtuberenaissance dictionary definition and architecture terms flashcards. Insights about what it means to be human and a man tate glossary definition for renaissance the great revival of art that took place in italy from 1400 under influence rediscovery classical 20 feb 2017 (a word which 'born anew') was time western history during arts so important classic cultures 29ervenec 2017this movement began 14th century term, literally meaning rebirth, describes interest our online dictionary has information world encyclopedia. Renaissance art (video) renaissance artists, paintings, sculptures & architecture video contrapposto style and meaning in jstor. Early renaissance art visual arts encyclopedia. First used and defined by french historian jules 24in this lesson, we will be discussing renaissance art, focusing primarily on however, before get to the scrapbook, let's quickly review definition of contrapposto style meaning in art ' qualunque cosa fra loro o teco facciano i dipinti, tutto apartenga a hornare early (1400 90) definition, history, characteristics, artists proto (1300 1400) scrovegni chapel frescoes giotto siena school painting led duccio de buoninsegna, simone martini. Renaissance art facts & summary history renaissance definition of by the free dictionaryrenaissance and architecture oxford online. Proto renaissance art definition, characteristics, history. The latin origin is fumare, to smoke. Renaissance art facts & summary history find out more about the of renaissance art, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical what does it mean to be a 'renaissance man'? . Renaissance art basics everything you need to know sound renaissance term the period about history thoughtco.
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Florence: Heart of the Renaissance
Rick Steves' Europe Travel Guide | Fifteenth-century Florence was the home of the Renaissance and the birthplace of our modern world. In this first of two episodes, we'll gaze into the self-assured eyes of Michelangelo's David, enjoy Botticelli's Birth of Venus, delve into the 3-D wonders of Ghiberti's Gates of Paradise, appreciate Fra Angelico's serene beauty, and climb the dome that kicked off the Renaissance. Then we'll cross the Arno to where Florentine artisans live, work, and eat...very well. © 2012 Rick Steves' Europe
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The 21st Century Renaissance of Traditional Architecture
I own nothing.Enjoy. "All art and design is modern at the time it is made" - Cennino Cennini " Tradition by definition, is the inherited and complex evolution of things cultural, social, conventional, and institutional. The question regarding it is: which traditions live and change, and which do not." 
 "Let us use our intelligence, together, to define our use and understanding of the word tradition, and once again, to proceed using it proudly." 

-Duncan McCallum McRoberts It would be wise to start using classic styles again, we need to get over our post-WWII fear of classic and ornate things. "Have you ever looked at a bizarre building design and wondered, "What were the architects thinking?" Have you looked at a supposedly "ecological" industrial-looking building, and questioned how it could be truly ecological? Or have you simply felt frustrated by a building that made you uncomfortable, or felt anger when a beautiful old building was razed and replaced with a contemporary eyesore? You might be forgiven for thinking "these architects must be blind!" New research shows that in a real sense, you might actually be right." - Quinlan Terry
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Nic Fanciulli ‎– Renaissance Presents Nic Fanciulli, Vol. 2 (CD 2 -  Late Night Floors)
Label: Renaissance ‎– REN31CD Format: 2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed Country: UK Released: 23 Oct 2006 Genre: Electronic Style: House, Electro, Minimal, Tech House Tracklist 2-01 – Tiefschwarz - Damage (Buick Project Renaissance Intro Mix) 2-02 – Underworld - Vanilla Monkey (Buick Project Remix) 2-03 – Pig & Dan - 4 Leaf Clover 2-04 – Shakes - Air (Instrumental Version) 2-05 – Esoterik - Starwaves 2-06 – Nic Fanciulli - Cat Out Of The Bag 2-07 – Booka Shade - Trespass '06 2-08 – Dave Robertson & Jon Gurd - The Rendition (Sebastien Leger's Good Clock Remix) 2-09 – Nic Fanciulli - Lucky Heather 2-10 – Gabriel Ananda - Doppelwhipper 2-11 – Paul Kalkbrenner - Keule 2-12 – Davide Squillace - Yo! 2-13 – Funk D'Void - Lovin' (Your Body Mix)
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A Collection of 285 Gothic Artworks by 8 Artists (HD) [Gothic Art]
A Collection of 285 Gothic Artworks by 8 Artists (HD) Gothic art was a style of medieval art that developed in Northern France out of Romanesque art in the 12th century AD, led by the concurrent development of Gothic architecture. It spread to all of Western Europe, and much of Southern and Central Europe, never quite effacing more classical styles in Italy. In the late 14th century, the sophisticated court style of International Gothic developed, which continued to evolve until the late 15th century. In many areas, especially Germany, Late Gothic art continued well into the 16th century, before being subsumed into Renaissance art. Primary media in the Gothic period included sculpture, panel painting, stained glass, fresco and illuminated manuscripts. The easily recognizable shifts in architecture from Romanesque to Gothic, and Gothic to Renaissance styles, are typically used to define the periods in art in all media, although in many ways figurative art developed at a different pace. The earliest Gothic art was monumental sculpture, on the walls of Cathedrals and abbeys. Christian art was often typological in nature (see Medieval allegory), showing the stories of the New Testament and the Old Testament side by side. Saints' lives were often depicted. Images of the Virgin Mary changed from the Byzantine iconic form to a more human and affectionate mother, cuddling her infant, swaying from her hip, and showing the refined manners of a well-born aristocratic courtly lady. Secular art came into its own during this period with the rise of cities, foundation of universities, increase in trade, the establishment of a money-based economy and the creation of a bourgeois class who could afford to patronize the arts and commission works resulting in a proliferation of paintings and illuminated manuscripts. Increased literacy and a growing body of secular vernacular literature encouraged the representation of secular themes in art. With the growth of cities, trade guilds were formed and artists were often required to be members of a painters' guild—as a result, because of better record keeping, more artists are known to us by name in this period than any previous; some artists were even so bold as to sign their names. Gothic art emerged in Île-de-France, France, in the early 12th century at the Abbey Church of St Denis built by Abbot Suger. The style rapidly spread beyond its origins in architecture to sculpture, both monumental and personal in size, textile art, and painting, which took a variety of forms, including fresco, stained glass, the illuminated manuscript, and panel painting. Monastic orders, especially the Cistercians and the Carthusians, were important builders who disseminated the style and developed distinctive variants of it across Europe. Regional variations of architecture remained important, even when, by the late 14th century, a coherent universal style known as International Gothic had evolved, which continued until the late 15th century, and beyond in many areas. Although there was far more secular Gothic art than is often thought today, as generally the survival rate of religious art has been better than for secular equivalents, a large proportion of the art produced in the period was religious, whether commissioned by the church or by the laity. Gothic art was often typological in nature, reflecting a belief that the events of the Old Testament pre-figured those of the New, and that this was indeed their main significance. Old and New Testament scenes were shown side by side in works like the Speculum Humanae Salvationis, and the decoration of churches. The Gothic period coincided with a great resurgence in Marian devotion, in which the visual arts played a major part. Images of the Virgin Mary developed from the Byzantine hieratic types, through the Coronation of the Virgin, to more human and initimate types, and cycles of the Life of the Virgin were very popular. Artists like Giotto, Fra Angelico and Pietro Lorenzetti in Italy, and Early Netherlandish painting, brought realism and a more natural humanity to art. Western artists, and their patrons, became much more confident in innovative iconography, and much more originality is seen, although copied formulae were still used by most artists. ------------- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothic_art --------------- ---------------------------------------------------- BAROQUE [Post Renaissance Art] : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOZVqusZxS_TFGVWRL6nG5V3C9j3h5xnp HIGH RENAISSANCE [Renaissance Art]: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOZVqusZxS_TAW8yBAWDSpPeV-B4EUnUe EARLY RENAISSANCE [RENAISSANCE ARTS] : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOZVqusZxS_Rl5u1xeWi3_hNWVbd99rp8 PROTO RENAISSANCE [Renaissance Art] : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOZVqusZxS_R6P61q7DOnuZgGGsqw-tN3 Medieval Art : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOZVqusZxS_T7YNe7cv7fLpg6Hej3NiSh -------------------------------- © 9Tv
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Music Appreciation  - Middle Ages and Renaissance
A brief survey of the music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Based on the textbook, Music: An Appreciation by Kamien. STUDY GUIDES for Music Appreciation (feel free to use/distribute): https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6CaQMoJcoIZandPbkM0TTRDUTA
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Baroque - Overview - Goodbye-Art Academy
Created by Artist Phil Hansen. Text "studio" to 31996 to get updates from the studio.
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17th Century gold pendant, Renaissance style. (Adin reference: 12055-0015)
http://www.adin.be/en/2ndpage.asp?dtn=12055-0015 17th Century gold pendant, Renaissance style brought to you by Adin Antique Jewelry, Antwerp Belgium. Click the link in this description or use the inventory number 12055-0015. Copyright Adin 2013. This movie is best viewed in High Definition (1080p HD), check the YouTube settings in the right bottom corner of this movie.
This Fashion Editor Heads To The Renaissance Faire | Features | Refinery29
Located in Tuxedo, New York the famed Renaissance Faire is known for its craftsmanship, characters, and all sorts of fun. We sent Refinery29's Annie Georgia Greenberg to see what it's like to live in that world! ABOUT REFINERY29 Refinery29 is a modern woman's destination for how to live a stylish, well-rounded life. http://refinery29.com/ RELATED CONTENT My Date With A Male Gigolo http://bit.ly/2sOwcJB SEE MORE REFINERY29 VIDEOS http://refinery29.com/video SUBSCRIBE TO REFINERY29 Subscribe to the Refinery29 channel: http://bit.ly/subscribe-to-r29 For the latest trends and videos, visit: http://refinery29.com Like Refinery29 on Facebook: https://facebook.com/refinery29 Follow Refinery29 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/refinery29 Heart Refinery29 on Instagram: https://instagram.com/refinery29/ TALENT Follow Annie Georgia Greenberg on Instagram: https://instagram.com/theagg
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Gothic Art History from Goodbye-Art Academy
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The Middle Ages and Renaissance - MBCGFR #8
In today's review, Mr. Betts gets all medieval on your brain. We'll take a look at the conditions and crises of the Middle Ages as well as taking in some culture with the Renaissance. Hopefully you took the quiz but if not, here's how to enter the contest to win your own Mr. Betts' Class video. 1. Share Mr. Betts' Class. 2. Have your referrals leave your YouTube account name in a MBCGFR video comment. 3. Each successful equals one entry. 4. Contest ends at the end of the MBCGFR series. Like on FaceBook: http://facebook.com/MrBettsClass Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/MrBettsClass "En la Brisa" Music by Dan-O at http://DanoSongs.com
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Women's Ideal Body Types Throughout History
A diverse cast of models shows how the standard of beauty for women has changed dramatically over time. Find out more about how our perception of women's beauty has evolved: http://www.buzzfeed.com/eugeneyang/womens-ideal-body-types-throughout-history#.ohrrLWZkZ If you prefer a version with black text, watch the Facebook version: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1619559064851636&set=vb.1318800798260799&type=2&theater Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo MUSIC SNBRN - "Raindrops feat. Kerli" www.snbrn.com https://www.facebook.com/IAMSNBRN https://www.twitter.com/snbrnmusic https://www.instagram.com/snbrnmusic https://www.soundcloud.com/snbrn Buy on iTunes: smarturl.it/SNBRNRaindropsiTunes Buy on Beatport: smarturl.it/SNBRNRaindropsBP Kerli http://kerli.net www.fb.com/Keli https://twitter.com/kerlimusic https://instagram.com/bubblegothprincess Download and Stream the song iTunes: http://smarturl.it/SNBRN-Raindrop Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1FXKxrP HAIR & MAKEUP T. Justine Reilly @Tjustine http://tjustine.com/ ASSOCIATE PRODUCER Cathleen Cher http://strita.co https://www.soundcloud.com/cathleencher MODELS Savannah Winters (Ancient Egypt) @itssavannahwinters https://www.soundcloud.com/savannahvibez Sarah Portillo (Ancient Greece) @nocturnal_wonder / @Nocturnal_1der https://www.facebook.com/sportillo125 Hannah Jun (Han Dynasty) @hannahEjun Ryn Higgins (Italian Renaissance) @rynhiggs https://m.facebook.com/rynhiggsmodel Alyssa Noelle (Victorian England) @msalyssanoelle https://www.facebook.com/msalyssanoelle Anna Halberg (Roaring Twenties) @AnnaHalberg Sierra Santana (Golden Age Of Hollywood) @vivalasantana https://www.imdb.me/sierrasantana Mackenzie Stith (Swinging Sixties) Vine - MackenzieStith https://www.mackenziestith.com Laura James (Supermodel Era) @lauraellenjames Courtney Soldan-Els (Heroin Chic) @courtneywasall https://www.courtneysoldan-els.com Sydney Ladd (Postmodern Beauty) @sydneyladd GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com www.buzzfeed.com/video www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet www.youtube.com/buzzfeed BUZZFEED VIDEO BuzzFeed is the world's first true social news organization. Featuring tasty, short, fun, inspiring, funny, interesting videos from the BuzzFeed. /BuzzFeedVideo is BuzzFeed's original YouTube Channel, with a focus on producing great short-form BuzzFeed videos for YouTube (and the world!). BuzzFeed Video will entertain, educate, spark conversation, inspire and delight. Subscribe to BuzzFeedVideo today and check us out at http://buzzfeed.com
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Isaac Habrecht's Carillon Clock: The Rolls-Royce of Renaissance clocks
Isaac Habrecht's carillon clock of 1589 was never intended to simply tell the time. It was a performance piece which, to former British Museum Curator David Thompson, was equivalent to ‘a Rolls-Royce level of clocks’. Made in Strasbourg, it is designed in imitation of the great clock in Strasbourg Cathedral (also made by Habrecht, in 1574). It is undoubtedly one of the most important surviving examples of Renaissance clockwork. The figure of Death strikes the hour, and the carillon plays a musical setting of the Lord's Prayer written by Martin Luther in 1539. An astronomical dial shows the positions of the sun and moon in the zodiac. A revolving carousel shows the days of the week, each represented by its ruling planet personified and riding in a chariot. The clock’s metal case is engraved on three sides. One side features the figures of Faith, Hope and Charity (the three key Christian virtues mentioned in the First Epistle to the Corinthians). The other side shows Wisdom, Fortitude and Justice, while the back of the clock shows the Three Fates of Greek myth, who controlled the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal from birth to death. The clock is on display in the Museum in Room 37. Find out more about this clock on the Google Cultural Institute: https://goo.gl/5v7vcv Contributors (in order of appearance) Oliver Cooke: Curator of Horology David Thompson: former Curator of Horology
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Beautiful Renaissance song . Magnifique Chant et Musique Renaissance en duo.
Renaissance music is music written in Europe during the Renaissance. Consensus among music historians -- with notable dissent -- has been to start the era around 1400, with the end of the medieval era, and to close it around 1600, with the beginning of the Baroque period, therefore commencing the musical Renaissance about a hundred years after the beginning of the Renaissance as understood in other disciplines. As in the other arts, the music of the period was significantly influenced by the developments which define the Early Modern period: the rise of humanistic thought; the recovery of the literary and artistic heritage of ancient Greece and Rome; increased innovation and discovery; the growth of commercial enterprise; the rise of a bourgeois class; and the Protestant Reformation. From this changing society emerged a common, unifying musical language, in particular the polyphonic style of the Franco-Flemish school. The development of printing made distribution of music possible on a wide scale. Demand for music as entertainment and as an activity for educated amateurs increased with the emergence of a bourgeois class. Dissemination of chansons, motets, and masses throughout Europe coincided with the unification of polyphonic practice into the fluid style which culminated in the second half of the sixteenth century in the work of composers such as Palestrina, Lassus, and William Byrd. Relative political stability and prosperity in the Low Countries, along with a flourishing system of music education in the area's many churches and cathedrals, allowed the training of hundreds of singers and composers. These musicians were highly sought throughout Europe, particularly in Italy, where churches and aristocratic courts hired them as composers and teachers. By the end of the 16th century, Italy had absorbed the northern influences, with Venice, Rome, and other cities being centers of musical activity, reversing the situation from a hundred years earlier. Opera arose at this time in Florence as a deliberate attempt to resurrect the music of ancient Greece.[1] Music, increasingly freed from medieval constraints, in range, rhythm, harmony, form, and notation, became a vehicle for personal expression. Composers found ways to make music expressive of the texts they were setting. Secular music absorbed techniques from sacred music, and vice versa. Popular secular forms such as the chanson and madrigal spread throughout Europe. Courts employed virtuoso performers, both singers and instrumentalists. Music for the first time became self-sufficient, existing for its own sake. Many familiar modern instruments, including the violin, the guitar, and keyboard instruments, were born during the Renaissance. During the 15th century the sound of full triads became common, and towards the end of the 16th century the system of church modes began to break down entirely, giving way to the functional tonality which was to dominate western art music for the next three centuries. From the Renaissance era both secular and sacred music survives in quantity, and both vocal and instrumental. An enormous diversity of musical styles and genres flourished during the Renaissance, and can be heard on commercial recordings in the 21st century, including masses, motets, madrigals, chansons, accompanied songs, instrumental dances, and many others. Numerous early music ensembles specializing in music of the period give concert tours and make recordings, using a wide range of interpretive styles. The music of the troubadours and trouvères was a vernacular tradition of monophonic secular song, probably accompanied by instruments, sung by professional, occasionally itinerant, musicians who were as skilled as poets as they were singers and instrumentalists. The language of the troubadours was Occitan (also known as the langue d'oc, or Provençal); the language of the trouvères was Old French (also known as langue d'oil). The period of the troubadours corresponded to the flowering of cultural life in Provence which lasted through the twelfth century and into the first decade of the thirteenth. Typical subjects of troubadour song were war, chivalry and courtly love. The period of the troubadours wound down after the Albigensian Crusade, the fierce campaign by Pope Innocent III to eliminate the Cathar heresy (and northern barons' desire to appropriate the wealth of the south). Surviving troubadours went either to Portugal,Spain, northern Italy or northern France (where the trouvère tradition lived on), where their skills and techniques contributed to the later developments of secular musical culture in those places. The music of the trouvères was similar to that of the troubadours, but was able to survive into the thirteenth century unaffected by the Albigensian Crusade. Most of the more than two thousand surviving trouvère songs include music, and show a sophistication as great as that of the poetry it accompanies.
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