This presentation includes parallel examples of
music and visual arts of the Baroque. In four parts, this presentation clarifies stylistic principles and elements and defines the Baroque as a theatrical and dramatic language of the Fine Arts during the Period (1600-1750). The concluding segment includes examples of art and music which reflect and document the pivotal cultural issues of that period in religion, politics and philosophy.
Interdisciplinary Studies/ Fine Arts, Music of Baroque, Louis XIV, Dramatic Language in the Fine Arts, Baroque
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