Disney ' Golden Age Of Animation

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1. Disney’ golden age of animation a) 1940
b)Though Disney films are considered wholesome and upbeat,characteristic of this era of films is their darkness.
Though they are somewhat eerie and perhaps disturbing, scenes like these are typically sandwiched between two more upbeat and positive scenes, creating an extreme mood shift that engages all of the audience’s emotions. This style of animation also landed the “Golden Age” the nickname
“The Tar and Sugar Era”, due to its dramatic jumps from dark to ‘sweet’. In just about every way these films pushed the limit of filmmaking. This era also includes the first and only time that breasts were openly shown in a Disney film, found in Fantasia.

2. Live action open a)Conductor as narrator
b) Reminded of Early Childhood Centers where we encourage children to paint to the music...and having resulting conversations about their representations. Especially in this first piece! The animation did little to interpret the piece thematically. It was a visual interpretation of the structure of the music- gestural renderings of dynamics and tempo- With children, fast when the music goes fast, moving up and down…

3.Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Johan Sebastian Bach a)The Toccata and Fugue in D minor is a piece of organ music written,according to its oldest extant sources, by Johann Sebastian Bach. Its time of origin, narrowed down depending on author, lies between c.1704 and the 1750s.…

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