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    IP Art Appreciation AIU Online

    Among the three artists Rubens, Caravaggio, and Rembrandt there have been many magnificent works of art. There are many different similarities and differences within each Artists works, aesthetic qualities and symbolic significance, as well as the artists’ points of view for each work of art. Rubens, (Peter Paul Rubens) “was a prolific seventeenth-century Flemish Baroque […] More

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    Music Appreciation

    Sound – any sensation that is perceived by the aural senses. – Physically, sound is vibrational, mechanical energy that moves through matter (usually air) as a wave. The Hearing Process – Vibration, resonation, transmission, reception, interpretation, music appears. Pitch – relative highness or lowness of a sound, speed of vibration. Tone – a sound that […] More

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    Appreciation Speech

    Many people think that because someone has a disability that they can’t accomplish things that a so-called normal person can. Well, this just isn’t true. Marlee Matlin has accomplished many things with her disability, deafness.<Click to slide with MM picture> So today, let’s take a look at Marlee Matlin: first by recognizing her many accomplishments […] More

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    Music Appreciation

    1. What are figured bass and basso continuo? How are they related? Figured bass is a musical notation using numbers to indicate chords, intervals, and other aspects in relation to the bass note of the music and basso continuo is the harmony of the music itself. (this has nothing to do with the question; when […] More

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    Prose Appreciation “The Fly” By Katherine Mansfield

    “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield is a short story which focuses on the trials and tribulations faced by those who lost relatives in World War One. Many who lost family and friends in the war struggled for years with grief, while others accepted the shortcomings and managed to overcome it. Everyone faced their own challenges, […] More

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    Music Appreciation

    Question 4: Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture was a very interesting song; there were many changes through out the piece. It started out sounding like a battle symphony where Tchaikovsky used the instruments to make a choppy sound, which reminded me of a march, as well as gun sounds. He has a great use of crescendo at […] More