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Relationships Shape Individuals in Dead Poets Society and Maestro - Although no two relationships can ever be identical, relationships can shape individuals in similar ways. As seen in the 1989 film Dead Poets Society, directed by Peter Weir, and the novel Maestro by Peter Goldsworthy, group relationships are fuelled by common interests and beliefs and, hence, can shape individuals by enriching their shared interests. Trust, a sense of belonging and independence is developed in the individual, as they develop their personal identity and assert their own beliefs and ideals against the ultimately conforming nature of group dynamics in a relationship....   [tags: area of interests, Dead Poets Society, Maestro] 834 words
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The Use of Imagery in Goldsworthy's Novel Maestro - what is imagery?, Imagery is the use of vivid description, usually rich in sensory words, to create pictures, or images, to stimulate your memory. These memories can be positive or negative which authors use to connect and engage a reader by describing the five sense’s, hearing, taste, touch, smell and sight. By using imagery a author can draw the reader inside a book making him/her feel connected to the character, place, thing or event and to try and make the reader feel or see what the author wants the reader to see....   [tags: Literary Techniques, Literary Device] 446 words
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Maestro by Peter Goldsworthy and Into The Wild, by Sean Penn - In Sean Penn’s film Into the Wild the importance of understanding ones sense of identity is expressed through the character Christopher McCandless, the protagonist of the story. He vanishes from his mainstream life and ventures alone to the great Alaskan wilderness, we emphasis with him as he journeys for the search of freedom and happiness. Through representations of panning camera shots and verbal expressions throughout, the responder can easily relate to Chris’s revelations and views on society....   [tags: Into the Wild Essays] 582 words
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The Influence of the Past in Maestro by Peter Goldsworthy and Stick Figures by Tan Shaun - ... As a result, their parents do not like this disparaging attitude toward events that happened and toward people who took part in these events. After all, the role of the past in Stick Figures is passive, because it is illustrated as something weak and helpless that just exist. In contrast to Shaun Tan's story, in Maestro past plays key role. As a consequences, Peter Goldworthy has structured his novel as a memoir, tells us how characters lives in events that have happened in the past, and how it has affected on their future and who they have become in the end....   [tags: musician, hitler, memories] 1076 words
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The Incredible Tennis Skills of Swiss Maestro, Roger Federer - Tennis, since its creation, has been considered stereotypically by many to be the sport of royalty and the elite of society. The modern game of tennis originated in the United Kingdom in the late nineteenth century (The History of...). Subsequent to its creation, tennis spread midst the upper class English population before spreading around the world. Throughout the history of the sport there have been key individuals who continue to assist in the growing popularity and development of the sport....   [tags: Sports, Tennis Players] 692 words
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Down by the Seaside - ... Megan could imagine what they looked like to the people in the back row: two figures, minute, producing more emotion than any organism made out of water and carbon should be able. They played sparkling pieces—Liszt, bells, Chopin—simple adaptations that made Megan lose herself in the music, but even more so in the stunning silences that followed; those miraculous instants before the applause would swell into a roar when Arthur would have no choice but to grin and bear it, his signature frown quirking upwards into a smile....   [tags: personal narrative] 877 words
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Glass Industry: Tapio Wirkkala , Gianni Toso, and Henry Halem - In the vast world of glass, three artists have made a great impact on the way we see the medium as an art form. These three artists, Tapio Wirkkala , Gianni Toso, and Henry Halem have helped to pioneer new methods and ideas in this complex industry. Tapio Wirkkala was a highly versatile Finnish artist born in 1915. His work ranges from glassware and metalwork, to jewelry and furniture for mass production. During his career, he was artistic director of the University of Arts and Design in Helsinki for many years.He is known quite famously for his work in the Finnish glassworks company, Ittala....   [tags: geometric design, art history] 597 words
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Educando para el pensamiento crítico - ... Conocimiento, valores y acciones son las dimensiones epistemológicas, éticas y pragmáticas que constituyen los sujetos y que pueden ejercitarse en un mundo de autonomía, mayoría de edad, libertad y crítica, democracia y ciudadanía. Los educadores podemos diseñar rutas específicas para lograrlo. En nuestra sociedad Latinoamericana, es urgente y de gran responsabilidad social intentarlo. Con este telón de fondo abordamos tres relaciones que consideramos claves para pensar la educación educando para el pensamiento: el conocimiento, la ética y la pedagogía....   [tags: acontecimiento social, recreación de la cultura] 3400 words
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Integración de las Tics y Web 2.0 en el Ámbito Educativo - 1.1. Presentación del trabajo fin de grado El presente trabajo fin de grado (TFG) es una propuesta para la elaboración de un blog de aula que incluya, por un lado la selección de los recursos digitales disponibles en la red que contribuyan a conseguir los objetivos propuestos en nuestras unidades didácticas y por otro, un medio para desarrollar actividades atractivas que impliquen de una manera más activa a nuestro alumnado del primer ciclo de Educación Primaria. Pero para que los alumnos puedan utilizar las herramientas que nos ofrece la Web 2.0, es necesario que posean un nivel de competencia digital....   [tags: Tecnologia, Educación, Internet]
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De Lizardi's Mangy Parrot - The parrot is a beautiful and intelligent bird. Mange is a festering disease that caused by parasitic mites that dig into the body and results in unsightly sores and unremitting irritation. Who or what does The Mangy Parrot refer to. Is Mangy Parrot simply Periquillo’s nickname or is it a metaphor for New Spain as well. The parrot is symbolic of the lands and people of New Spain; the colonial government is the mange infecting the land. Through the use of native language, humor and satire Fernández de Lizardi communicated his message via a multi-leveled story and thus avoided censorship....   [tags: Literature]
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Italian Culture with Michael - Michael Murano is a 11 year old who’s ancestry stretches back the year 1540 to Alfonso and Russiano Murano who lived in Salerno Italy. Salerno Italy is located in the south-western part of Italy off the cost of the gulf of Salerno in the Tyrrhenian Sea. Italian culture is extremely diverse and has said to influenced Western culture as well as Europe throughout history. The Renaissance is popularly called the re-birth of art in Europe and was so with many different types of art and entertainment including traditional court style dances, improvisational theater, highly skilled and stunning glass making, and blood filled gladiator bouts....   [tags: Renaissance, commedia, theater, Italy]
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Music Composers: Hans Zimmer - For this essay I will be looking at the work of Hans Zimmer to discuss how music in film engages the viewer and evokes emotion and pulls the viewer toward the film. Hans Zimmer is a German born music composer. Hans Zimmer’s love of music stems from his childhood when he learned how to play various instruments. Before Zimmer began composing music for films he was in a well-known band. The band was called The Buggles whom were famous for their song Video Killed the Radio Star. After the Buggles Zimmer played in other bands but never had another hit....   [tags: inception, dark night, biography] 1994 words
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Los Conceptos de la Sociedad y Politica en Fuenteovejuna por Lope de Vega - Los conceptos de la sociedad y política en Fuenteovejuna por Lope de Vega Durante el siglo XVII a la tiempo de la barroco, el gran autor de este análisis , Lope de Vega Escribió muchas obras que representa el tiempo y sus experiencia de su vida que es mas diferente y luego se convirtió en una gran influencia en el estilo de arte de los artistas barrocos y tales como, Cervantes y Calderón de la Barca. Félix Arturo o Lope de vega y carpió, se cambia la literatura de el barroco (el movimiento del arte) que solo una gran autor Cervantes se dicho que él era un ingenio....   [tags: exile, sociedad, politica, historia] 636 words
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The Sydney Opera House and Its Acoustical Failure - ... Even though the Opera House has such a vast amount of economic success and worldwide fame, its musical design has been criticized heavily throughout its 41 year history. The Construction of the Sydney Opera House began in the year of 1959, under the lead of Danish Architect Jorn Utzon. From the beginning there were many problems building the Opera House, not only with the acoustics, but also many other factors. Construction was supposed to take four years and it was supposed to cost 7 million Australian Dollars, but instead it took 14 years and cost 102 million Australian Dollars....   [tags: sound and music physics] 583 words
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The Fight for Peruvian Independence - A very important event in Peruvian history is how Peru gained its independence from Spain. It all started with an uprising of Spanish-American landowners and their forces were led by Jose de San Martin of Argentina and Simon Bolivar of Venezuela. Because Peru was the stronghold of the Spanish government in South America, Argentine patriot, General San Martin’s strategy to liberate Peru was to use diplomacy. He sent representatives to Lima urging Viceroy Pazuela that Peru be granted independence, however all negotiations proved unsuccessful....   [tags: war, government, territories] 517 words
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Argumentative and Alternative Communication - Individuals with severe speech or language problems use augmentative and alternative communication to supplement or replace speech. It includes a pattern of communication other than oral communication used to express thoughts, needs, and desires. Some augmentative aids that individuals use are picture and communication boards and electronic devices. This helps them increase social interaction, school performance, and self-worth. The International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) and RESNA are organizations that aid individuals with technology needs to help enhance their communication....   [tags: severe speech or language problems] 592 words
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La Evaluación Educativa - La evaluación es integral, continua, reguladora del proceso educativo, orientadora y compartida. Ha pasado por distintos cambios; en la Edad Media los exámenes en medios universitarios con carácter más formal, escritos y orales, lo cual era más difícil para el alumno retener la información que se le había estado proporcionando y todo eso lo llevaba a un gran fracaso. Guba y Lincoln se refieren a esta evaluación como a la primera generación, que puede legítimamente ser denominada como la generación de la medida....   [tags: ensayos]
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Moonlight Sonata - Vienna, Austria Thunder on a cold rainy night. Dreary tears falling on washed away dreams of what was and what could have been. The applause of a crowd, their nameless faces float through the forgotten memories amidst the labyrinth of life. Whispers, like curses in the twilight hours, “Play for me maestro!” One solitary voice heard above all others; her voice. As beautiful as a sunrise, as haunting as a lonely cry upon the hills, deep in the recesses of night. Yes. Play for her. One last sonata by the moonlight....   [tags: Creative Writing Essays] 1447 words
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Mangy Parrot - Parrots are beautiful intelligent birds. Mange is a festering disease caused by parasitic mites that dig into the body and results in unsightly sores and unremitting irritation. Who or what does The Mangy Parrot refer to. Is Mangy Parrot simply Periquillo’s nickname or is it intended to be a metaphor for New Spain. If the parrot is symbolic of the lands and people of New Spain: the colonial caste system and government is the disease infesting the land. Unable to publish his views directly due to censorship, de Lizardi wrote his apparently humorous, entertaining tale as a cover for his ideas....   [tags: Analysis, Fernández de Lizardi ] 1523 words
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The Fatal Flaws of the Calamitous Characters of William Shakespeare´s Romeo & Juliet - ... Still infuriated by Romeo’s presence at his family’s ball, Tybalt decides to vent his anger by challenging Romeo to battle him. When Romeo backs away, Mercutio steps in and fights with Tybalt. After a while of fighting, the distressed Romeo steps in to break it up, but, “Tybalt, reaching under Romeo’s arm, stabs Mercutio and flees” (3.1.82). Mercutio announces that, “I am hurt” (3.1.83), and eventually dies. After witnessing his friend be slaughtered, Romeo seeks revenge on Tybalt, and subsequently slays the murderer of his best friend....   [tags: naivete, ego, headedness, trait] 1590 words
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How My Current Extra Curricular Activities Will Help Me Achieve My Goals - Ever since I was a little girl, music has always been incorporated into my life one way or another. When I was younger, the sounds of my mother playing a complex Chopin melody on the piano always filled our home with such a warm vibrancy, and I can also recall in vivid detail my five-year-old self twirling inelegantly with my mother in the kitchen to the fixed rhythm of a Selena track as we made dinner. Being exposed to these moments in my life is what prompted me to join orchestra in the sixth grade and start the road to becoming the endowed violist that I am today....   [tags: the road to medical school] 637 words
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Racism in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain - ... This writing type is call regionalism which means'a writing feature different to a certain region and not part of the regular language of a country”'.In this book a number of dialects are used, to wit: the Missouri negro dialect; the extremist form of the backwoods Southwestern dialect; the ordinary “Pike County” dialect; and four varieties of the last The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was published in 1884, and the banning started in 1885. It has been banned for a many of reasons for the past 126 years....   [tags: N'Word, nazi word, uneducated] 625 words
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Techniques Used in Producing the Stunning Horror Movie "Scream" - Until 1996, American horror films had become disgustingly sad, desperately looking for a kick-start, yawn-filled predictability was the best we could expect. Then finally, we were able to leap out of our seats and gawp at Scream. It’s witty, clever, dangerous and fresh. With that giving hope to the horror movie genre, it was adhered by an amazing sequel. Who can forget the amazing one time prequel to the stunning trilogy of scream. Back in 1996 it came to haunt us… The brilliant director as we know of, Wes Craven; the maker of ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’; the horror movie maestro; the punch-back ultimate thriller; the complete package to your nightmare, came forward with the horrendous starter...   [tags: movies] 904 words
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7 Signs that Make You a Good Software Developer - 7 signs that make you a good software developer Summary: In this world of competition as a software developer, getting ahead of the crowd is a big necessity. So the big question is what are the characteristics, which makes you a good software developer. The journey from an average person to a professional software developer is never easy. The passage to goodness is quite hard. So the big question at the moment is: How are you supposed to become a good Programmer. What characteristics are going to set you apart from the rest....   [tags: programming endevours] 743 words
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What Signs Drives You to Hire a Programmer Instantly? - Main Body: Programmers in this day and age of Information technology have become a necessity for both application and website development. Big shot organizations and IT firms dedicate themselves in the constant hunt for the right programmer for the job. These organizations are in for the constant hiring process to get hold of the right programmer for hire. But when it comes to interviews and coding tests only few survivors are left to be fit for the job. Most of these fellow programmers get rejected for one reason or the other....   [tags: choosing the right person for the job] 702 words
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T. E. Lawrence's Roles in the Arab Awakening - ... During the year 1916, many French and British officers to assist the Hejaz revolt against the Ottomans, and among the British officers was T. E. Lawrence. However, many historians portray the last as the sole significant figure to serve the allied interests in Arabia, and the one who negotiated the Arab chiefs to bring a sense of unity among them (Friedman, 2011). Nonetheless, the assistance of previous spies and officers, such as Gertrude Bell, who in fact mapped the region, and made it possible for Lawrence to takeover Yanbu and other regions, yet her role was overshadowed by that of Lawrence (Lukitz, 2006)....   [tags: nationalism, revolt, ottoman] 802 words
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A Brief History of Guitar Music and Composers - ... He stayed in Madrid until 1808. Sor moved to France in 1813 after the French army invaded Spain. He spent the remainder of his life writing music in France and traveling throughout Europe and Asia performing. Sor is mainly known for his guitar compositions, but he also wrote operas, ballets, and works for piano. He also wrote a method book, “Methode pour la guitare”, which included studies and explanations of proper technique for playing the guitar. His compositions are unique for the time because it had individual voices instead of lots of chords, like Milan’s music....   [tags: Luis Milan, Fernando Sor, Francisco Tarrega] 1404 words
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The Life and Works of Niccolo Machiavelli - Niccoló Machiavelli is perhaps the greatest political thinker in history. He was a historian, musician, a poet, and he wrote comedies. He liked poetry as much as he liked philosophy. Machiavelli wrote and collected poems. His works, which are inspired by his life experiences, have been read by many of the worlds greatest politicians. Niccoló Machiavelli’s writing was influenced by the Medici family, the Soderini government in Italy, and his own diplomatic career. His great work, The Prince, is legendary for its impact in politics and its controversial proposals....   [tags: biography]
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Classical Music: Biography of Ludwig Van Beethoven - Although his exact birthdate is unknown, it is believed that Ludwig Van Beethoven was born on December 16, 1770 in Bonn, Germany. This date is assumed because the records show he was baptized on December 17, 1770 (“Beethoven’s childhood” 3). The custom at that time was to baptize children the day following their birth. Beethoven was born into a musical family. Beethoven was named after his grandfather, Lodewijk van Beethoven, who was a bass singer at court and later a maestro of the chapel. His parents were Johann van Beethoven, a musician in the Electoral Court at Bonn, and Maria-Magdalena Kewerich....   [tags: baptize children, neefe, deaf]
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The Conservatory: The Story of a Castrati - You find three sexes in Naples: men, women, and us, the castrati. Music lovers think we are angels with seducing voices, Gods, musici, while for the rest of the world castrati are just fat, repulsive capons to tease. At school normal students call us “the not wholes”, but the truth is that I'm only a regular boy who enjoys singing and doesn't have balls. I'm not an emasculate bird that hangs from the butcher's hook, nor a carnival freak. Who cares if my face and chest are hairless, or my limbs too long....   [tags: castrati, singing, voice] 2708 words
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The Cold War between 1947 and 1991 - ... Due to that, Cuba was heavily dependant on US trade and investment. Under the rule of Fulgencio Bastista. He encouraged US investment and was supported by the US government but in 1959, Castro’s forces were able to take over the government in Havana. Fidel Castro launched the rebellion in 1956, landing an army in Cuba. However, Bastista's army drove Castro's forces into the Sirra Maestro Mountains but were unable to defeat them. From the mountains, with Cheve Guerava training his rebels in guerilla warfare....   [tags: international conflicts, nuclear weapons] 865 words
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The Suppression Of Women In Pygmalion - Twentieth century Britain is dubbed the Victorian era in which the woman is just the female of humanity, and that they have certain things to do in society. It is socially accepted that women care solely for the children, the house, the cooking and the cleaning and the men are the breadwinners and disciplinarians. Writer, Bernard Shaw, who was "dedicated to tearing down what he saw as the oppressive veil of Victorian ideal of womanhood-that women are self-sacrificing, pure, noble, and passive" (2215)....   [tags: Bernard Shaw] 1377 words
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Lamentation and the Evolution of Technique - The Renaissance was a time of rebirth, as its name entails. In Italy, more people were becoming literate and more books were being printed. More scientific discoveries were being made and therefore more theories were being published. In this time of intellectual prosperity, art also made a great leap. Perspective was the main change during this time period, and throughout the years, starting around 1400, it became more involved and more intricate. Eventually artists were so adept at using it, that it became the primary way to insert intimacy and feelings of emotion into a painting....   [tags: Art Analysis ] 920 words
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Ludwig van Beethoven: The Musical Genius - Ludwig van Beethoven was the composer of the most celestial and significant music written at any time. He was the first musician to link the classical period of 18th-century and the novel birth of Romanticism. Beethoven’s absolute step forward in the world of music came in his instrumental work, not forgetting his symphonies. In contrast to his forerunner Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, for whom composing music seemed natural, Beethoven strived to make his work flawless. On December 16, 1770, Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, Germany; he was baptized on December 17, 1770....   [tags: Biography Essays] 1481 words
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The Magic of Music in Film - The importance of music in movies is highly regarded for manipulating the viewer’s emotions and helping them immerse into the story. Music is one of the prime elements in cinema. Without it a movie would feel dull and unexciting. There are three elements in a movie: one is acting, the second is picture, and the third one is music. It is a holy trinity; if incomplete, there would be a lack of sensation and excitement. Both acting and picture can stand independently from one another, but music is the one that makes the movie memorable....   [tags: Leitmotif System, Audience's Emotions]
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Fashion Designer: Clemente Ludoviko Valentino Garavani - “I know what women want. They want to be beautiful” (www.vogue.com/voguepedia/Valentino) said Valentino Garavani who was one of the most influential fashion designs of the 20th and 21st century, “Known for his classic designs, he's been dressing the world’s rich and famous for almost the last five decades. Valentino has built his once small fashion house into a fashion empire.” (www.lifeinitaly.com/fashion/valentino-garavini.asp) His career in fashion started in the fifties but his passion for it began as a young child with the approval and encouragement of his parents....   [tags: women, giancarlo]
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Strategic Commentator: Biography of Robert Kagan - I. Introduction Robert Kagan has been described as a “neoconservative historian,” and yet the commentator’s views are more complex than can be squeezed into one phrase. Kagan does exhibit some of the hallmarks of neoconservative ideology, including the continued belief in American exceptionalism, and a willingness to use terms like “new world order.” Kagan vehemently opposes the belief that the American hegemon is declining in status and power, admitting only that the United States is rethinking its role in foreign policy and international affairs....   [tags: neoconservative, ideology, exceptionalism]
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Sumi Jo - Sumi Jo Sumi Jo has captured the heart, the mind, and the imagination of the world with her remarkable musicianship and her equally commanding personality. More than that, she stands for Korean culture and art worldwide. Sumi Jo was born in Seoul, Korea in 1962. She graduated from Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome after 3 years of study in keyboard and vocal music. A disciple of Maria Callas and Dame Joan Sutherland, a Korean vocalist, Sumi Jo has emerged as one of the most beautiful voices in contemporary Opera....   [tags: Korean Art Artists Culture Vocalists Essays]
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Monteverdi Musical Works - Monteverdi is the most important Italian composer of the early to middle Baroque period, and, indeed, one of the most influential figuresin the history of music. His music represents the transition from theRenaissance to the Baroque period. Born in Cremona in 1567, he served at the court of the Dukes of Mantua from the early 1590s until 1612, when he moved to Venice as maestro di cappella at the basilica of St. Mark. For the time it was one of the most coveted musical posts in Italy and is a position he retained until his death in 1643....   [tags: Music History] 1042 words
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Statement of Purpose - My experience as an Afro-Latino actor stretches back over fifteen years when I joined the Teatro Escola Macunama in São Paulo, Brazil. At that time, my goal was to become a professional theatre actor. This experience exposed me to different acting systems such as Stanislavsky’s method of physical actions; Brecht’s Epic Theatre and its distancing effect; Grotowski’s experimental Poor Theatre; and Lee Strasberg’s technique of improvisation and affective memory. In the end, the rigor of my training taught me that discipline must exceed the refining of a particular technique, because the maturation of an actor stems from a relentless reflection over the practice....   [tags: Afro-Latino Traditions, Cultural Identity] 1463 words
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Relationships - How have three texts you have studied enhanced your understanding of relationships. Refer to Maestro and two other texts of your choosing. Relationships are a complex part of today’s society and affect all areas. All relationships are different, and they influence the decisions made by people and others around them. The three texts ‘Maestro’ by Peter Goldsworthy, ‘Dead Poets Society’ directed by Peter Weir and ‘Goodnight Mr Tom’ by Michelle Magorian all enhance the understanding of relationships....   [tags: essays research papers] 1409 words
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Divine Comedy - Indignation and Sin in Dante’s Inferno - Righteous Indignation and the Sin of Intemperate Anger in the Inferno Allora stese al legno ambo le mani; per che 'l maestro accorto lo sospininse dicendo: 'Via costà con li altri cani!' Then he reached out to the boat with both hands; on which the wary Master thrust him off, saying: "Away there with the other dogs!" Dante's and Virgil's scorn seems at first glance to echo the sin of intemperate anger which infects the foul waters of the Stygian marsh. Filippo Argenti, the weeping sinner who emerges from the mire, is eternally punished for his anger....   [tags: Divine Comedy Inferno Essays] 1355 words
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Nike: A Strange and Terrbile Saga - Nike: A Strange and Terrbile Saga Image is a vital to the success of the giant international sports footwear and apparel corporation Nike. Endorsements by sports superstars like basketballer Michael Jordan, soccer maestro Eric Cantona and sprinting ace Cathy Freeman -- to name just a very few -- have made the company's "Swoosh" logo synonymous with "cool" for millions of young people worldwide. That image would be badly tarnished if it became widely known that the Nike empire is built on cheap Third World labour (including child labour), denial of trade union rights and collaboration with repressive regimes, most notably the Suharto regime in Indonesia....   [tags: Company Business] 1687 words
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