Passion is what fuels an emotion to expand to greater feelings. It turns like into love, sad into depression, and dislike into hatred. Someone can be passionate about love or hate to the same extent. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Demetrius has multiple passions; determination (to have Hermia), hatred (for Helena), and love (for Helena). The emotions he shows all differ in reason and impact, but are fueled by the same thing; passion.
J.S Bach was a German composer, he is one of the most important composer of the Baroque period because he established the German style in the counterpoint,harmonic and motivic organization. He had great contribution on the rhythm Bach was born in a music family, his father is also a great musician who taught him to play violin and harpsichord. The six unaccompanied cello suites was written by J.S Bach during 1717-1723. This work is one of the most famous works by J.S Bach.
The crucifixion of Jesus Christ was and is a miraculous, horrible, and amazing thing all in one. Jesus was created by God, His father, and placed into Mary’s womb to be born as a sinless man. From the time that Jesus was placed in Mary, God knew His plan for Jesus and what He would have to do one day. God knew when he spoke man into existence that we would be sinless creatures in need of an almighty Savior. Even though I, and many others, hate to think about what our Savior went through, I believe it is important.
Both J.S. Bach and G.F. Handel use different aspects of music to compose important pieces of music. The baroque period is often known as the time when artists exaggerated their motion and produced drama through interpreted detail. Both of these composers used this baroque style to convey messages through their music. The similarity in their music was that it is in a spiritual manner. J.S. Bach’s style was a harmonic and motivation manner, which Handel’s is more of a narrative.
One survivor exclaimed that, “together we have been charged with this mission to talk because we are the last living generation to have borne witness to this, and so we have a tremendous responsibility to make it known to the world in our lifetime.” This tells us that they want us to know and remember what had happened to the Jewish people and so that it never happens again to any other group or ethnicity of people or religion. In another account by a survivor named Sam Bankhalter he explained how his sister suffers still because she thought it was her fault that her mother was killed because she gave her child to her mother before they got to the camp and anyone holding a child would immediately go into the crematorium to be burned. After the war the church said that Anti-Semitism was against the beliefs of the Christian people because they are supposed to “Love thy Neighbor”.
With this in mind Bazerman cuts up his definition of genres into categories; the ones that are better known and/or used are “genre sets” and “genre systems.” A genre set is the collection of types of texts someone in a particular role is likely to produce, so try to think of it as a person making the text. A genre system is compromised of the several genre sets of people working together in an organized way, plus the patterned relations in the production, flow, and use of these documents. However, there has been little speculation on the importance of genres in the church when it comes down to the course of assimilation. In this essay, I am going to explain how Titus Harvest Dome (THD) using genres, such as notes, helps make the transition of being a Christian easier.
Praise our Lord, all ye Gentiles is a six part anthem, from the 1611 collection of Psalms, Songs and Sonnets, the vigorous rhythmic opening is replaced by gentler melodic outlines at the words ‘because his mercy is confirmed upon us’. The next two pieces have somewhat of a Halloween theme: O Lord, the Maker of All Thing by William Mundy and Timor et Tremor by Orlando di Lasso. They begin with the exploration of fear and trembling, fear and our reaction to fear and lastly ask the Lord to save us and keep us from bad dreams. The last University Chorale piece is Factum est silentium by Richard Dering it is about the battle between the deranged arch angel
Jesus was also found guilty very quickly by the political and religious leaders of his
In section 6 of “The Sins of Scripture” Spong talks about the concept of Anti-Semitism and how it has been used to discriminate against Jews a religious group. For instance, the Christian religion had the belief that the Jews were the ones who were responsible for the death of Jesus. Because of this action through the years the Jews have been badly mistreated and discriminated. The twelve disciples who were present at the last super were said to believe that they were also Jews. Even Jesus was said to believe that he was also a Jew.
During the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, Jesus cried out, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” (Mark 15:34). Jesus was punished because of false accusations against him. Although Jesus could have confessed to the false testimonies against him, he choice not to lie and died for his followers sins.
Aylin Reta 88729977 ARTH 1306 Christ with the Symbols of the Passion Christ with the Symbols of the Passion is a work by Italian painter Lavinia Fontana, its medium is oil on panel and it was executed on 1576. In this piece we see, what seems to be, Christ after he was brought down from the cross. He is sitting at the center of the piece with multiple angels besides him. The color palette seems dark and obscure as well as the overall mood of the piece. He is surrounded by symbols that are significant to the process of His crucifixion such as the cross, the crown of thorns, a whip, and is also surrounded by three angels.
The Baroque period covers one hundred and fifty years from 1600 to 1750. Its characteristics tend to include, lavish, over the top, expensive and much more then necessary. The period is painted literally with architecture, paintings, clothing, food and much more that continuously begs people of today to ask ‘why?’. The use of frill and extravagance in art in this period has become less of a question of ‘why’ and more of a question ‘where is the extra?’, because this part in history is centered around adding extra ornamentation to everything. With such an over the top part in history, it would seem impossible to pick one piece that could embody every aspect of the Baroque Era but it is to be proven that one piece has such potential. Gian Lerenzo Bernini’s, The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, sculpted in 1647 to 1652. The piece is of Saint Teresa being struck by an Angel’s