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    Fiddler on the Roof

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    The musical called “Fiddler on the Roof” was set in Anatefka, Russia around 1880-1900. During this time, in this small town, held Tevya and his family. Tevya, husband and father of five daughters, is a cynical, obstinate, determined, yet sensitive to feelings, and caring man. He is a clever philosopher and sticks very much to tradition. In the story Tevya says “Anatefka is our home...to keep in balance by tradition...” This explains the title which is personally understood that through Tevya’s eyes

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    Fiddler On The Roof

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    The play I have chosen was Fiddler on the Roof, being so because it holds a lot of value to me and it is also enjoyable. I believe that Fiddler on the roof holds a multitude of genres with in the three hour plays; it is a romantic, comedic musical. Not only that but it holds a deep meaning, so I guess you could say it’s a musical drama. Throughout the play/film the musical style of the film represented not only the music of Eastern Europe but styles of artwork as well. The humor, musical style

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    different perspective on the Jewish religion, and how this religion fit in to American society. Focusing on the film: Fiddler on the Roof, and the text Judaism, written by Melanie J. Wright, we are able to see different ways the Jewish religion is incorporated into films. Further, we will be analyzing how certain factors talked about in Wrights text are seen throughout the Fiddler on the Roof, and how these concepts have

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    from time to time. Even when you might think that someone has never or will never have an issue in their entire life you would be wrong. The movie Fiddler on the roof is told from the point of view of Tevy. He is a poor farmer and a devout jew that has five daughters and three of them are just coming of the age to marry. In the story Fiddler on the roof we get to see Tevey go through life with his struggles the ups and down he has. He is placed on the roller coaster of life, and boy does it have

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    “TRADITION!” In the musical,Fiddler on the Roof, Tevye is the narrator of his story of living in Russia in a small Jewish town. He is raising five daughters. It is a Jewish custom for a matchmaker to choose husbands for the daughters, but his daughters have other ideas in mind. Three of the five daughters fall in love with a man that doesn't fit the image their father had in mind. However, love does win overall. In the middle of the love, Tevye is concerned about the war in his town as the Russian

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    do not appear to be touching the ground. He looks like he is standing on two rooftops. He appears to be larger than life, almost like he might exist in a dream. In the foreground there is what looks like a large dog with his feet on one of the roofs the violinist is standing on. There is a church top in between the two houses he is standing on. In the middle ground, just behind the man, is another much smaller man who appears to be holding another violin up by the tuning section of the violin

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    The fiddler on the roof by Joseph Stein directed by Donna Feore was shown in the Stratford Shakespeare festival. During a long Prologue we are introduced to Tevye(Scott Wentworth) the milkman who explains about the town they live in, and the role of God in keeping balance in the villagers’ lives. He explains the tradition of the community and the inner circles that operate throughout the changing face of Russia at the turn of the 20th Century. However, his values are continuously challenged when

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    Marc Chagall

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    was more universalistic and one that did not have any idealistic underpinnings. Chagall’s painting The Fiddler (1912) is the largest and richest work in the series of figure pictures in which Chagall was bringing to life the typical characters he remembered from his childhood. In this composition the use of arbitrary colour is clearly seen, for example the fiddler's green face, the blue roof top etc. He does not ... ... middle of paper ... ...his pictures as illogical and non-realist. The images

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    Movements in Art Report

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    Chagall." The Fiddler, 1913 by Marc Chagall. http://www.marcchagall.net/the- fiddler.jsp (accessed March 30, 2014). "Nolde, Emil (Hansen) (1867 - 1956)." In The Bloomsbury Guide to Art. London: Bloomsbury, 1996. http://0- search.credoreference.com.patris.apu.edu/content/entry/bga/nolde_emil_hansen _1867_1956/0 (accessed March 31, 2014.) Nolde, Emil. The Crucifixion (detail of panel from the Life of Christ polyptych), oil on canvas, 1911/1912. Art History Survey Collection. "The Fiddler by Marc Chagall

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    Sunday May 4, 2014, I attended the Civic Concert Band at LCCC. They put on a performance called “These Are a Few of My Favorite Things Part III.” This performance featured music by George Gershwin and Andrew Lloyd Webber. It was also conducted by Mark Wainwright. The band was on stage when I arrived, all playing random notes. Then at about 2:55, they all started playing the same notes to tune their instruments. At 3:00, Mark quietly walked on stage, and the band started to play the song, A Few of

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