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National Endowment for the Arts

By: Jann Whaley

...................................................31 Performing and Creating Art, 31 • Owning Art, 40 • Literature, 40 • Arts Classes, 40 Chapter 6. ART... ................49 Attendance, 49 • Media Participation, 51 • Trips Taken for Art, 51 Chapter 8. Summary Results for Benchmark Activities .................. ...ary Results for Benchmark Activities ...................................55 Art Museums and Galleries, 55 • Ballet and Dance, 55 • Classical Music, 56 ... ...riod: 1982, 1992, 2002 .....4 Table 3. U.S. Adults Performing or Creating Art at Least Once in a 12-Month Period: 1992 and 2002 ....................... ................................6 Table 5. 2002 SPPA Question Areas for Each Art Form ............................................................8 Tabl... .... Adults’ Music Preferences: 1982, 1992, 2002 Music Preference Rankings––T op 5 Music T ypes 1982 1992 2002 1. Country-Western Country-Western Classic...

...Performing Arts, 21 ? Visual Arts, 28 ? Literature, 29 ? Internet, 29 -- Chapter 5. Personal Participation in the Arts, 31 -- Performing and Creating Art, 31 ? Owning Art, 40 ? Literature, 40 ? Arts Classes, 40 -- Chapter 6. ARTS Preferences and leisure participation, 43 -- Arts Preferences, 43 ? Music Preferences, 44 ? Other Leisure Activities, 45 -- Chapter 7. Regional D...

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Op art

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Essays in the Art of Writing

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: Essays in the Art of Writing Author: Robert Louis Stevenson Language: English Subj... ...... .... ON SOME TECHNICAL ELEMENTS OF STYLE IN LITERATURE...... 3 / II. THE MORALITY OP THE PROFESSION OF LETTERS ...... 47 III. BOOKS WHICH HAVE INFLUENCED... ...ng more disenchanting to man than to be shown the springs and mechanism of any art. All our arts and occupations lie wholly on the surface ; it is on ... ...our analysis 1 First published in the Contemporary Review, April 1886 a 4 THE ART OF WRITING than from any poverty native to the mind. And perhaps in... ...iatus, and whole phrases not to be articu- lated by the powers ofman. THE ART OP WRITING Conchisio?i. \Ve may now briefly enu- merate the elements of... ...able services ; that it is in his power, in some small measure, to protect the op- pressed and to defend the truth. So kindly is the world arranged, s... ... find a voice through him ; he should see the good in all things ; 64 THE ART OP WRITING where he has even a fear that he does not wholly understand,... ...e his readers under facts ; but he comes in the last resort, and 106 THE AIIT OP WRITING as his energy declines, to discard all design, abjure all ch...

...Excerpt: THERE is nothing more disenchanting to man than to be shown the springs and mechanism of any art. All our arts and occupations lie wholly on the surface; it is on the surface that we perceive their beauty, fitness, and significance; and to pry below is to be appalled by their emptiness and shocked by the coarseness o...

...Table of Contents: PACK -- I. ON SOME TECHNICAL ELEMENTS OF STYLE IN -- LITERATURE, 3 -- / -- II. THE MORALITY OP THE PROFESSION OF -- LETTERS, 47 -- III. BOOKS WHICH HAVE INFLUENCED MB, 75 -- IV. A NOTE ON REALISM, 93 -- V. MY FIRST BOOK: 'TREASURE ISLAND*, Ill -- VI. THE GENESIS OF ' THE MASTER OF BALLANTRAE' 135 -- VII. PREFACE TO ...

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Nocturnes, Op. 48 (Chopin)

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... Title page to Nocturne Op. 48 The Nocturnes, Op. 48 are a set of two noct... ... Contents 1 Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48, No. 1 ... ... 3 References 4 External links Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48, No. 1 ... ... Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48, No. 1 Opening bars from Op. 48 No. 1. ... ... Opening bars from Op. 48 No. 1. The Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48, No. 1 is initially m... ...music. New York: Dover Publ. p. 251. ISBN .  ^ a b Dubal, David (2004). The art of the piano : its perfo...

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Arts Education Assessment Framework

By: Roy Truby

.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Issues and Strategies Specific to Each Art Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... ...y experience with TV drama, or their understanding of traditional regional art forms and community arts resources. 6. The assessment should assess stu... ...while demanding, has generated important discussion and debate about which art forms, what kind of knowledge, and what skills in the arts are importa... ... enough of the discipline, the challenge, the joy of creating in different art forms to intimately understand the human significance of dance, music, ... ...assessments are noticed when results are published biennially. A group of art teachers once asked Alan Sandler, an architect long involved with educa... ...llaborate to develop scripts and scenarios in which • Collaborate to devel op scripts and scenarios in which improvise dialog in which they describe o...

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Jan Op De Beeck

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...Last Testament of the Belgians, 1993) De Kunst van de Karikatuur (The Art of Caricature, L'art de la caricature,[5] 肖像漫画的艺术,[... ... Sketching is Fun! 1 & 2 (2010) Awards Jan Op De Beeck has won numerous international awards, incl... ...nventions ^ a b Eurocon 2013 ^ L'art de la caricature ^ 肖...

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Learning in the Arts and Student Academic and Social Development

By: Richard J. Deasy

...a for the inclusion of studies; examine and select recent research in five art form areas: dance, drama, music, visual arts, and multi-arts; and prepa... ...s, essayists were commissioned to examine the group of sum- maries in each art form and to give their views on the implications of that collective bod... ...ns of that collective body of work. These essays appear at the end of each art form section. Because of the centrality to the Compendium of the issue ... ...hen- tic achievement" to describe fundamental aspects of arts learning and art making. Terms such as these prompt us to explore the interrelationships... ...sts and scholars made about the potential for dance to influence or devel- op critical thinking skills. These early scholars did not do rigorous inves... ...previous stud- ies using similar techniques. Both boys were able to devel- op a portfolio of poems written from movement, indicating that improvisatio... ...& Boswell also provide indications of how students engaged in dance devel- op and are able to express new insights and interpretations. The two studie... ...plexities of arts learning outcomes. In the future, researchers can devel- op and validate measures based upon solid qualitative work. Describing Proc... ...d Edu- cation Letter, 15/6 (November/ December) 1999, 5. 9 Howard Gardner, op. cit. Critical Links 154 self-concepts through some mechanism of transf...

...dance Classes -- 10 The Impact of Whirlwind?s Basic Reading Through -- Dance Program on First Grade Students? Basic -- Reading Skills: Study II -- 12 Art and Community: Creating Knowledge Through -- Service in Dance -- 14 Motor Imagery and Athletic Expertise: Exploring -- the Role of Imagery In Kinesthetic Intelligence -- Essay: -- 16 Informing and Reforming Dance Educatio...

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London Film-Makers' Co-op

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Essays in the Art of Writing

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON Title:Essays in the Art of Writing Author: Robert Louis Stevenson Language: English Subject: F... ...... ...ore disenchanting to man than to be shown the springs and mechanism of any art. All our arts and occupations lie wholly on the surface ; it is on the ... ...analysis 1 First published in the Contemporary Review, April 1885 3 4 THE ART OF WRITING than from any poverty native to the mind. And perhaps in aes... ...e reason is the same: those disclosures which seem fatal to the dignity of art seem so perhaps only in the proportion of our ignorance ; and those con... ... services ; that it is in his power, in some small measure, to protect the op- pressed and to defend the truth. So kindly is the world arranged, such ...

...erpt: On Some Technical Elements Of Style In Literature. There is nothing more disenchanting to man than to be shown the springs and mechanism of any art. All our arts and occupations lie wholly on the surface; it is on the surface that we perceive their beauty, fitness, and significance; and to pry below is to be appalled by their emptiness and shocked by the coarseness o...

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Operational amplifier

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... A Signetics μa741 operational amplifier, one of the most successful op-amps. Type ... ... Circuit diagram symbol for an op-amp. Pins are labeled as listed above. ... ...sted above. An operational amplifier (op-amp) is a DC-coupled high-gain electronic voltage amplifier with a diffe... ...al input and, usually, a single-ended output.[1] In this configuration, an op-amp produces an output potential (relative to circuit ground) that is ty... ...ar and frequency-dependent circuits. Characteristics of a circuit using an op-amp are set by external components with little dependence on temperature... ... ^ a b Horowitz, Paul; Hill, Winfield (1989). The Art of Electronics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.   ...

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Critical Links : Learning in the Arts and Student Academic and Social Development

By: Richard J. Deasy

...a for the inclusion of studies; examine and select recent research in five art form areas: dance, drama, music, visual arts, and multi-arts; and prepa... ...s, essayists were commissioned to examine the group of sum- maries in each art form and to give their views on the implications of that collective bod... ...ns of that collective body of work. These essays appear at the end of each art form section. Because of the centrality to the Compendium of the issue ... ...hen- tic achievement" to describe fundamental aspects of arts learning and art making. Terms such as these prompt us to explore the interrelationships... ...sts and scholars made about the potential for dance to influence or devel- op critical thinking skills. These early scholars did not do rigorous inves... ...previous stud- ies using similar techniques. Both boys were able to devel- op a portfolio of poems written from movement, indicating that improvisatio... ...& Boswell also provide indications of how students engaged in dance devel- op and are able to express new insights and interpretations. The two studie... ...plexities of arts learning outcomes. In the future, researchers can devel- op and validate measures based upon solid qualitative work. Describing Proc... ...d Edu- cation Letter, 15/6 (November/ December) 1999, 5. 9 Howard Gardner, op. cit. Critical Links 154 self-concepts through some mechanism of transf...

...dance Classes -- 10 The Impact of Whirlwind?s Basic Reading Through -- Dance Program on First Grade Students? Basic -- Reading Skills: Study II -- 12 Art and Community: Creating Knowledge Through -- Service in Dance -- 14 Motor Imagery and Athletic Expertise: Exploring -- the Role of Imagery In Kinesthetic Intelligence -- Essay: -- 16 Informing and Reforming Dance Educatio...

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Three Russian Songs, Op. 41 (Rachmaninoff)

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...achmaninoff's three works for chorus and orchestra, the others being the cantata Spring, Op. 20 (1902), and the choral symphony The Bells, Op. 35 (191... ...ato, was a song Rachmaninoff had probably heard for the first time by the touring Moscow Art Theatre's opera studio a year or so before[1] ... ...udes Études-Tableaux, Op. 33 ... ...inor Études-Tableaux, Op. 39 ...

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The National Endowment for the Arts

By: Bill Ivey

...n a letter to his wife, writes, “I be necessary for the use of Congress.” Art and must study politics and war, that my sons may music are included ... ...ation. 1906 The Federal government accepts the donation of the oriental art collection of Charles Lang Freer, who also provides for a building and... ...s not reported out of committee. the Federal Theater Project, the Federal Art 1910 Project, and the Federal Music Project. More 1948–49 On May 17,... ...ed: the Quincy Society of Fine Arts in advise generally upon questions of art.” It deals primarily with the architectural appearance 1937 Illinois... ...cil in North Carolina. of Washington, D.C. Andrew W. Mellon donates his art collection to the United States, pledges funds for construc- 1949 191...

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Prelude in E major, Op. 11, No. 9 (Scriabin)

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...Alexander Scriabin's Prelude in E major, Op. 11, No. 9, is 36 bars long and takes almost a minute and a half to perf... .... External links Preludes Op. 11 (Scriabin): Scores at the International Music Score Library Project ... ... Prelude Op. 59 No. 2 ... ... Prelude, Op. 74, No. 2 ... ... Synesthesia in art Theo...

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L'art moderne, Op.53 : Complete Score: Complete Score

By: Jean Delphin Alard Jean Alard, Delphin Alard, Delfin Alard, Delfino Alard, Delphin Alart (8 May 1815 - 22 February 1888)

...Description: L'art moderne, Op.53 (Alard, Jean Delphin); Jean Delphin Alard was a French composer during the Romantic period; Piecestyle: Romantic; Instrumentation: Violin; Opus/Catalogue Number: Opus 53; Number of Movements: 20; Pieces|For...

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Prelude in C-sharp minor, Op. 11, No. 10 (Scriabin)

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...Alexander Scriabin's Prelude in C-sharp minor, Op. 11, No. 10, is 20 bars long and takes under a minute and a half to be p... ..." External links Preludes Op. 11 (Scriabin): Scores at the International Music Score Library Project ... ... Prelude Op. 59 No. 2 ... ... Prelude, Op. 74, No. 2 ... ... Synesthesia in art Theo...

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L'Art Du Chant; Méthode Pratique En Quatre Parties, Composées Par Mathilde De Castrone Marchesi. Op. 21

By: Marchesi, Mathilde, 1821-1913
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24 Preludes and Fugues (Shostakovich)

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... The 24 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 87 by Dmitri Shostakovich is a set of 24 pieces (that is, 24 prel... ...o on, ending with D minor (1 flat). ( Frédéric Chopin 's set of 24 Preludes, Op. 28, is organised in the same way, as are the earlier sets of prelud... ...toph Kessler, Johann Nepomuk Hummel, and Shostakovich's earlier 24 Preludes, Op. 34.) Relationship to Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier J.S. Bach '... ...C minor, C sharp major, C sharp minor etc.), which differs from Shostakovich's Op. 87. There are also several references and musical ideas taken from... ...n the third movement of his Violin Concerto No. 1 (Shostakovich) in A Minor (Op. 77). The passacaglia motif is counterpointed by one single simple m... ...ares a key signature and several features with the last fugue from Bach's The Art of Fugue . Reception Before premiering the work, Shostakovich priv...

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Creative Art, Op.74 (Creative art: 4 sketches for pianoforte) : Complete Score: Complete Score

By: Louis Adolphe Coerne (27 February 1870 - 11 September 1922)

...Description: Creative Art, Op.74 (Coerne, Louis Adolphe); Louis Adolphe Coerne was a American composer during the Romantic period; Piecestyle: Early 20th century; Instrumentation: Piano, (Organ); The score was dedicated to Mr William Ellery Leonar...

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Psychedelic art

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... Pages in category "Psychedelic art" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. ... ... P cont. Psychedelic art Categories ... ...Wikidata Psychedelia Fantastic art Art genres Modern art ... ... Modern art See also op art. Subcategories This category has only the following ... ...dern art See also op art. Subcategories This category has only the following sub... ... Pages in category "Psychedelic art" The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. ...

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Champions of Change the Im Pac T of the Arts on L Earning

By: Edward B. Fiske

...The Arts Ed u c a ti on P a rtn ership (for m erly known as the Goals 2000 Art s E du c a ti on P a rtn ership) is a priv a te ,n on profit coa l i ti... ...o have an interest in and co m m i t- m ent to the hu m a n i ties and the art s . Its me m bers also incl u de the h e ads of federal agencies with c... ...s ti tuti on , the Libra ry of Co n gr e s s , the N a ti onal Gall ery of Art and the John F. Ke n n edy Ce n ter for the Performing Ar t s . C H A ... ... Horowi t z , and Hal Abeles cr e a ted a taxo n omy of l e a rning in the art s , and inv e s ti ga ted the ways that learning in the arts affected l... ...l for them. While learning in other disciplines may o f ten focus on devel op m ent of a single skill or tale n t , t h e a rts re g u l a rly e n ga ... ...ng the to the Ar t s Co n n ect i on stu dy, t h e s e l e a rn ers deve l op the capa c i ty to e x per i en ce “f l ow,” s el f - reg u l a ti on , ... ...en ce . For this approach to grow, a more serious co m m i tm ent to devel op i n g com mu n i ties of a rts learn er s , r a t h er than just oppor- ... ...e v a ri o u s roles that the arts play in pro m o ting cogn i tive devel- op m en t — f rom specific re l a ti ons s u ch as the influ en ce of music... ...or placing drama at the center of the curriculum. Longman,1984. 9 Jackson, op. cit, p. 44. 10 O’Neill and Johnson, op.cit. p. 129. 11 T ony Jackson. L...

...Excerpt: ARTS EDUCATION P+Y1506ARTNERSHIP: The Arts Edu c a ti on Pa rtn ership (form erly known as the Goals 2000 Art s E du c a ti on Pa rtn ership) is a priva te , n on profit coa l i ti on of m ore than 100 nati onal edu c a ti on , a rt s , bu s i n e s s , ph i l a n t h ropic and govern m en t or ga n i z a ti ons that dem on s tra...

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Art periods

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... a phase in the development of the work of an artist, groups of artists or art movement. Sienese School ... ... Romanticism 3 Romanticism to Modern Art 4 Modern art 5 ... ... Modern art 5 Contemporary art 6 See also 7 ... ...River school - 1850s - c. 1880 Luminism (American art style) - 1850s – 1870s Romanticism to Modern... ...rt style) - 1850s – 1870s Romanticism to Modern Art Norwich school - 1803 - 1833, England ... ... Performance art - 1960s - Op Art 1964 - Post-painterly abstraction 1964 - ... ...rt Deco Op art V...

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Piano Concerto No.3, Op.37 : Cadenza (Op.87 No.3): Cadenza (Op.87 No.3)

By: Ludwig van Beethoven Louis van Beethoven (baptised 17 December 1770 - 26 March 1827)

...Description: Piano Concerto No.3, Op.37 (Beethoven, Ludwig van); Ludwig van Beethoven was a German composer during the Romantic period; Piecestyle: Classical; Instrumentation: Solo - PianoOrchestra - 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets, 2 Bassoons, 2 Horns, 2 Trum...

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Contemporary art

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...) Art history ... ... Contemporary art is art produced at the present period in time. Contemporary art include... ...t period in time. Contemporary art includes, and develops from, Postmodern art, which is itself a successor to Modern art.[1] In vernacular English, "... ...temporary" are synonyms, resulting in some conflation of the terms "modern art" and "contemporary art" by non-specialists. ... ... Scope Some define contemporary art as art produced within "our lifetime," recognizing that lifetimes and l... ...rt Deco Op art V... ... Nouveau Réalisme Op Art Performance art ...

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Concerning the Spiritual in Art

By: Wassily Kandinsky

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org SPIRITUAL IN ART Title: CONCERNING THE SPIRITUAL IN ART Author: WASSILY KANDINSKY L... ...... ... START OF PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CONCERNING THE SPIRITUAL IN ART Produced by John Mamoun , Charles Franks and the Online Dist... ...line Distributed Proofreaders Website CONCERNING THE SPIRITUAL IN ART BY WASSILY KANDINSKY [TRANSLATED BY MICHAEL T. H. SADLER] ... ...UR VI. THE LANGUAGE OF FORM AND COLOUR VII. THEORY VIII. ART AND ARTISTS IX. CONCLUSION LIST OF FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIO... ...undaries of some kind. [Footnote: Cf. A. Wallace Rimington. Colour music (OP. CIT.) where experiments are recounted with a colour organ, which give...

...is expression in line and color, and leave the multitude to grope its way unaided towards comprehension. This attitude is a relic of the days when ?l?art pour l?art? was the latest battle cry; when eccentricity of manner and irregularity of life were more important than any talent to the would-be artist; when every one except oneself was bourgeois....

...ITUAL REVOLUTION IV. THE PYRAMID PART II. ABOUT PAINTING V. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WORKING OF COLOUR VI. THE LANGUAGE OF FORM AND COLOUR VII. THEORY VIII. ART AND ARTISTS IX. CONCLUSION...

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Systems art

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..., that reflects on natural systems, social systems and social signs of the art world itself.[1] Systems art emerged as part of the... ... Systems art emerged as part of the first wave of the conceptual art movement extended in the 1960s and 1970s. Closely related and overlappi... .... Closely related and overlapping terms are Anti-form movement, Cybernetic art, Generative Systems, Process art, Systems aesthetic, Systemic art, Syst... ... 1 Related fields of systems art 1.1 Anti-form movement ... ...ti-form movement 1.2 Cybernetic art 1.3 Generative systems ... ...rt Deco Op art V... ...rt Deco Op art V...

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Concerning the Spiritual in Art

By: Wassily Kandinsky

... CONCERNING THE SPIRITUAL IN ART by WASSILY KANDINSKY Classic ... ...llection World Public Library.org Title: CONCERNING THE SPIRITUAL IN ART Author: WASSILY KANDINSKY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Litera... ...... ......................................................................33 VIII. ART AND ARTISTS .......................................................... ................................................38 Concerning the Spiritual in Art i Concerning the Spiritual in Art Wassily Kandinsky This page copyri... ... boundaries of some kind. [Footnote: Cf. A. Wallace Rimington. Colour music (OP. CIT.) where experiments are recounted with a colour organ, which give...

...s expression in line and colour, and leave the multitude to grope its way unaided towards comprehension. This attitude is a relic of the days when ?l'art pour l'art? was the latest battle cry; when eccentricity of manner and irregularity of life were more important than any talent to the would?be artist; when every one except oneself was bourgeois....

...Table of Contents: Concerning the Spiritual in Art, 1 -- Wassily Kandinsky, 1 -- TRANSLATOR'S Introduction, 1 -- REFERENCE, 6 -- PART 1: ABOUT GENERAL AESTHETIC, 7 -- I. Introduction, 7 -- II. THE MOVEMENT OF THE TRIANGLE, 9 -- III. SPIRITUAL REVOLUTION, 11 -- IV. THE PYR...

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Concrete art

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... granite, weighs 66 tons.[1] Concrete art is an art movement with a strong emphasis on abstraction. The artist Th... ...action. The artist Theo van Doesburg, closely associated with the De Stijl art movement, coined the term "concrete art" as he in 1930 founded the grou... ...t movement, coined the term "concrete art" as he in 1930 founded the group Art Concret and articulated its features in a manifesto titled "The Basis o... ... and articulated its features in a manifesto titled "The Basis of Concrete Art", signed by four other artists of the group, including Otto G. Carlsund... ...ean Hélion and Leon Tutundjian. The manifesto explained that the resultant art should be non-referential insofar as its components should not refer to... ...imalism Op art S... ...imalism Op art S... ...imalism Op art S... ...imalism Op art S...

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L'Art de Varier, Op.57 : Complete Score: Complete Score

By: Anton Reicha Antoine Joseph Reicha, Anton Rejcha, Antonín Rejcha (26 February 1770 - 28 May 1836)

...Description: L'Art de Varier, Op.57 (Reicha, Anton); Anton Reicha was a Czech composer during the Classical period; Piecestyle: Classical; Instrumentation: 1 piano; Piano piece; Opus/Catalogue Number: Opus 57; Number of Movements: 57 variat...

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Serial art

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...ed in accordance with strict modular principles. The composition of serial art is a systematic process. One early example of seria... ...t is a systematic process. One early example of serial art is Constantin Brâncuși's sculpture Endless Column. ... ...râncuși's sculpture Endless Column. One type of serial art is the production of multiple objects (paintings, sculptures, etc.) in ... ...echnique later became associated with minimalism, the “multiple”, and “ABC art”. However, there is a different type, which may be regarded as more ess... ... See also Conceptual art Contemporary art Form... ...m Modular constructivism Op Art Post-modernism Ser... ...m Modular constructivism Op Art Post-modernism Ser...

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Concerning the Spiritual in Art

By: Wassily Kandinsky

... by WASSILY KANDINSKY Concerning the Spiritual in Art Wassily Kandinsky Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. Worl... ...LANGUAGE OF FORM AND COLOUR • FIGURE I • FIGURE II • VII. THEORY • VIII. ART AND ARTISTS • IX. CONCLUSION Produced by John Mamoun mamounjo@umdnj.edu... ...aided towards comprehension. This attitude is a relic of the days when "l'art pour l'art" was the latest battle cry; when eccentricity of manner and ... ... is this book of Kandinsky's. The author is one of the leaders of the new art movement in Munich. The group of which he is a member includes painters... ...ot primarily attempted to deal with the philosophical basis of Kandinsky's art. Some, probably, will find in this aspect of the book its chief interes... ...oundaries of some kind. [Footnote: Cf. A. Wallace Rimington. Colour music (OP. CIT.) where experiments are recounted with a colour organ, which gives ...

...is expression in line and colour, and leave the multitude to grope its way unaided towards comprehension. This attitude is a relic of the days when l'art pour l'art was the latest battle cry; when eccentricity of manner and irregularity of life were more important than any talent to the would-be artist; when every one except oneself was bourgeois....

...· PART II: ABOUT PAINTING · V. THE PSHCHOLOGICAL WORKING OF COLOUR · VI. THE LANGUAGE OF FORM AND COLOUR · FIGURE I · FIGURE II · VII. THEORY · VIII. ART AND ARTISTS · IX. CONCLUSION...

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Abstract art

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... Art Informel and Tachisme ... ... Op art ... ... Op art ... ... Pages in category "Abstract art" The following 66 pages are in this category, out of 66 total. ... ...otal. A Abstract art Abstract expressionism Abstraction (art) ... ... California Clay Movement Constructivism (art) Contact II Cubism D ... ... Op art ...

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Musical sketches, abroad and at home

By: Ella, John, 1802-1888

... 8vo, 6s. " Franz Liszt has written a charming sketch of Chopin's ' Life and Art.'" ENCY. LIFE ' OF MENDELSSOHN. By W. A. LAMPADIUS. Edited and transl... ... Translated by W. E. LAWSON, B. Mus. Svo, sewed, 2s. WOMAN AS A MUSICIAN. An Art Historical Sketch by F. R. RITTER. Svo, sewed, is. ENGLISH GLEE AND M... ...LLA. CONTENTS. Those marked * are new or additional articles. PART I. PAGE *ART AND ARISTOCRACY ..... 38 BIOGRAPHICAL MISSTATEMENTS ' . . . . 136 COM... ...ON AND ARISTOCRACY ..... 37 FEMALE CHORISTERS ...... 141 FEMALE INFLUENCE ON ART . . . . .45 FOREIGN MUSICIANS IN LONDON .... 104 GREEK TRAGEDY AND TH... ...er the programmes had announced the performance of Spohr's Concertante Trio, Op. 119, I received, by the same post, two notes containing the following... ..._^_i*_ Wie un gluck-lich bin ich nit, wie schmach - tend sind What sad cares op - press my heart, when I from my ^^p=pl E==|FF= EfEfetE- 184 MUSICAL ... ...art, prophesied the truth. Nine years later, in 1795, Beethoven composed his Op. i, three Trios for pianoforte, violin, and violin- cello.* When first... ...om personal knowledge. The original theme of the finale to the Quartet in G, Op. 18, underwent two changes before the one published (No. 3) was finall... ...ple, he never published a work within the year of its completion. The Trios, Op. I, were the first publications of importance of Beethoven, although n...

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Flatness (art)

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...d the smoothness and absence of curvature or surface detail of a two-dimensional work of art. Critic Clement Greenberg believed that flatness, or two-... ... rejection of painterliness and impasto. The valorization of flatness led to a number of art movements, including minimalism and post-painterly abstra... ...g the second half of the 19th century and extended into most of the 20th. This period of art is identified by art forms consisting of an image on a fl... ...s identified by art forms consisting of an image on a flat two-dimensional surface. This art evolution began in the 1860s and culminated 50 years late... ... The term flatness can be used to describe much of the popular American art work of the 1950s and 1960s. The art of this period had a... ....[6] Pop Art fell out of fashion and a new movement came into being. Op Art or Optic Art was now the latest trend in home décor an... ...on of the viewer.[7] Bright colors were no longer favored as much of Op Art is black and white with little use of color. The desig...

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Music and musicians

By: Lavignac, Albert, 1846-1916

...ious studies, and of interesting all those who cultivate or love the musical art in whatever degree by unveiling to them its machinery and its methods... ...f instruction that will be most useful to him in every branch of the musical art, for this book has not in itself, a didactic character. The lover of ... ...sical Evolution 378 The Beautiful in Music ... 380 CHAPTER V. HISTORY OF THE ART OF Music. A The Ancients ....... 382 Assyrians and Egyptian Hebrews G... ...to the present time) Music in America 486 Present Condition of the Musi- cal Art 491 The Musical Career . . 492 LIST OF -ILLUSTRATIONS. Pages Figs. 1... ...an 'aero-plastic reed,' or simply an 'air-reed.' Novel as it may 22 A STUDY OP MUSICAL SOUND. Lastly, it should be noted that in the brass wind- inst... ...grooved, and acquired the form familiar to us at the present day, nearly the op- posite of that which it at first had. The principal artists who have ... ...used by Berlioz in " Lelio '' ; by Saint-Saens in his marvellous Sym- phony, op. 78 ; by Vincent d'Indy in his "Chant de la Cloche," and by other com-... ...is more and more richly ornamented ; of this we have a model in the Sonatas, op. 22, and op. 31 (in G), in the Septuor, and in many Symphonies ; final... ...the rondo form ; this is Weber's Perpetual Motion, the finale of his Sonata, op. 24. We notice here, as in every well-constructed work, the prepondera...

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Serenade, Op.5 (Thou art my rose) : Complete Score: Complete Score

By: Edgar P. Chipman Edward (ca.1862 - 1920 to 1930)

...Description: Serenade, Op.5 (Chipman, Edgar P.); Edgar P. Chipman was a American composer during the Romantic period; Piecestyle: Romantic; Instrumentation: Voice, piano; The score was dedicated to Alfred H. Lippincott (before 1883-after 1909); Opu...

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Musikalisches Bilderbuch, Op.41 (Musikalisches Bilderbuch. Leichte Klavierstücke für Jung and Alt ; Op.41.Mit 22 Zeichnungen v. R. Knötel.) : 1. Vorspiel - Before the performance - Ouverture2. Hohe Schule - High art - Haute école: 1. Vorspiel - Before the performance - Ouverture2. Hohe Schule - High art - Haute école

By: Alexis Hollaender Alexis Holländer (25 February 1840 - 5 February 1924)

...Description: Musikalisches Bilderbuch, Op.41 (Hollaender, Alexis); Alexis Hollaender was a German composer during the Romantic period; Piecestyle: Romantic; Instrumentation: Piano solo; Opus/Catalogue Number: Opus 41; Number of Movements: 3 Books, 21 Sections; Pie...

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