Beethoven said of Handel, "Go to him to learn how to achieve great effects, by such simple means. " Throughout the Baroque period, many names came to fame, particularly in the musical spectrum, such as Johann Sebastian Bach, Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Antonio Corelli, François Couperin, Girolamo Frescobaldi, and George Frideric Handel, a German composer most noted for his operas, oratorios, and cantatas. Handel was born in Halle, Germany on February 23, 1685. Ironically, his father was very much against him pursuing his passion for music and instead strongly insisted he go into law.
he was an important member of the Lord Chamberlain’s Men company of theatrical players. Shakespeare wrote plays that capture the complete range of human emotion and conflict. Some of William Shakespeare 's achievements were to be in the word London theater. William Shakespeare in 1609 he published 157 story.
The metaphorical River of God binds the structure of the book, which sections are both topical in nature, yet follow the progression of Christianity. Riley begins the analysis of the origins of Christianity in the second chapter from the religions of the near east, using these principles to demonstrate their relationship to Christian ideas such as monotheism. From monotheism arose the Trinity, the third chapter of the book. Through the concept of the Trinity is the development of the dualism of God and the Devil, including demons and the end times. This concludes the divine influences of Christianity, and in the second half of the book Dr. Riley explains how humanity influenced the development of Christianity.
This awakening promised access to salvation through a person’s actions and declared the truth of personal salvation. The reformers of the era called for a recreation of the protestant faith something that had been set in place for over hundreds of years. Through this awakening church leaders wanted to reinvent the Christian faith and broke into groups such as the Mormons, Millerites, and the Shakers. This era proved the American characteristic of reinvention through the recreation of the Christian faith to the denominations likings, much similar to the
The epic poems “Henriade”, written in 1723 and “The Maid of Orleans”, which he began to write in 1730 and never fully completed, fall under the category of his most well known poetry. Voltaire’s first play, Oedipe, written during his imprisonment in Bastille in 1718, is what gained him fame. Oedipe was followed by various dramatic tragedies, including “Mariamne” (1724), “Zaïre” (1732), “Mahomet” (1736) and “Nanine” (1749). His historical works, contained “The Age of Louis XIV”, written in 1751 and “Essay on the Customs and the Spirit of the Nations”, written in 1756. In the latter one, Voltaire mainly focused on the arts and the social history, as to trace the development of world civilisation.
William Shakespeare William Shakespeare was an actor, poet, and playwright, but he did so much more than that. He changed psychology, the english language, theater, writing, and created thousands of words we still use today. William Shakespeare wrote and acted in his plays during the Renaissance, which was a time from the 1300s until the 1600s when ideas of society changed. During the Renaissance, a new concept started to form that changed society which was humanism.
William shakespeare is an English poet and actor. He was born April 1564. He married Anne Hathaway and had 3 children with her Susanna, Hemet and Judith. He began his career as an actor in 1592. He chose to write plays because he was good in writing and acting.
Also known as Voltaire, originally a middle-class French boy, he would create plays and epics that impressed many intellectuals, and in his Philosophic Letters on the English he would remark that if there were many religions in England that they would live in peace and harmony. Voltaire would touch on all important intellectual topics, including the criticism of absolute monarchy, with his numerous pamphlets, novels, and other literature. Voltaire not only fought for religious toleration, but also for a religious outlook called deism, that harshly ridiculed Christianity for asking for grace and praying to God; the principles of this outlook was that if God did create the world, he left it to run to its own natural laws. Denis Diderot was
T.S. Eliot is a worldwide famous poet, an American modernist, and the winner of the 1894 Nobel Prize in Literature. Eliot changed the existing order in English literature. His poetry and literary criticism changed the literary interests of the whole generation. Through his poems, he forces people to know the history of the development of English poetry and to look at the seventeenth-century England with a new vision of Romanticism. At the same time, his works deepen people 's understanding of French symbolism in the nineteenth century and make people more aware of the possibility of drawing lessons from foreign poetry.
Paradise Lost is the creative epic poem and the passionate expression of Milton’s religious and political vision, the culmination of his young literary ambition as a 17th century English poet. Milton inherited from his English predecessors a sense of moral function of poetry and an obligation to move human beings to virtue and reason. Values expressed by Sir Philip Sidney, Spencer and Jonson. Milton believes that a true poet ought to produce a best and powerful poem in order to convince his readers to adopt a scheme of life and to instruct them in a highly pleasant and delightful style. If Milton embraced the moral function of literature introduced by Sidney, Spencer and Johnson, he gave it a more religious emphasise.
Research Question: How did the economic methods that were continuous throughout the future used by classical societies from 600 B.C.E.- 600 C.E. develop commerce in the societies and help them create prosperous empires? The Rise of Towns and Manufacturing in Indian society: 600 B.C.E. After 600 B.C.E., Indian towns started rising in the Indian countryside, particularly towards the north, The towns helped fulfill and expand the agriculture based society in place with manufactured products such as pots, textiles, iron tools, metal utensils, and luxurious jewelry. The high demand for manufactured products helped the expansion of the economy, which led to large-scale organized businesses by entrepreneurs. Towns had marketplaces and