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    I almost stepped foot into what I thought to be my watery grave, but I hesitated as my foot broke the surface of the water. I thought back to the boat ride out here and my feelings of uneasiness as we rode the waves. The small boat contained six rows of benches for the tourists to sit at the front of the boat. Directly behind the last row, a captain’s station sat with the controls to steer the boat. Behind the control room, or the back of the boat, sat one long bench. A metal railing encircled the

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    before it, they intended to portray the life of the creator instead of the monster. I believe that they successfully made this difference because they explain his life and show his years before the monster is even created. The movie is more focused on Igor and his relationship with Victor Frankenstein. This film shows more concern with the journey of the two men and how they come to be equals in not only the science aspect but in the aspect of being humans. For Victor Frankenstein the journey is focused

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    The music of Stravinsky has always been “ahead of time” in the way of using new and different ways of presenting music. His early ballets such as Firebird, Petrushka, and The Rite of Spring being a great example of his modernism and will to compose music which is both innovative and shocking. For this essay I have chosen to write about The Firebird (1910) and The Rite of Spring (1913). Firebird was Stravinsky’s first Ballet and his first composition that reached many people because of its modernism

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    What gives the artist real prestige is his imitators (Igor Stravinsky). Based on that measurement of admiration, Igor Stravinsky earned a place among some of the greatest composers in history. Emerging as a leader of the 20th century classical music, he influenced many of his contemporaries as well as future composers. His life, music, and religion defined Stravinsky. Born on June 17, 1882, Igor Stravinsky grew up in Orianenbaum, a resort town off the coast of Finland. His parents loved music

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    IGOR STRAVINSKY (1882-1871) The Firebird Suite (1910; version from 1919) Introduction - The Firebird and its Dance Round of the Princesses (Khorovod) Infernal Dance of King Kaschei Berceuse Finale The first of Igor Stravinsky's three famous early ballets, The Firebird is the most traditional and derivative. While The Firebird, similar to Petrushka and The Rite Of Spring, is unquestionably one of Stravinsky's masterpieces, if considered strictly historically it can be, with some justice

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    Ballet : Women And Women

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    called Jewels, he had once again chosen the said to be phenomenal dance to be dominated by women dancers. Jewel was a very breathtaking, elegant, exquisite, graceful and delicate dance that implemented music from three known composers, Gabriel Faure, Igor Stravinsky and Peter Tchaikovsky. The women ballerinas’ graceful hands combined with their slender bodies alongside the mesmerizing costumes were a perfect mash that managed to captivate the audience. Although men were also casted on the production

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    Aaron Copland is a twentieth century American composer, teacher, and conductor. Schuman (1980), refers to Copland as the “Dean of American Composers”, which he attributes to his stylistic contributions to American culture including film. His works includes songs, chamber music, ballets, theater, symphony orchestra, solos, and chorus. Copland’s approach to composing included twelve-tone, a basic exhibition of serialism. Crawford & Hamberlin (2013), describe this style as organizing twelve pitches

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    “The Firebird Suite” is a ballet composed by Igor Stravinsky in 1910. I am particularly fond of this piece, and place it in my personal top five greatest musical compositions of all time. I first listened to this piece back in 1999 when Disney’s, Fantasia 2000 was released. While I do not remember the visuals of the film, I recall the music quite clearly. I have forgotten about, “The Firebird Suite” until I recently bought the CD, Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring, Firebird Suite (1999) at Barnes and

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    Igor Fyodorivich Stravinsky was a pioneer in his time. He was one of the most renowned composers and contributors to music in the late 1800's and early 1900's. I picked Igor Stravinsky for my composer research essay, because I was intrigued by his famous works and I was not very familiar with the other 20th century composers. Moreover, the Firebird and the Rite of Spring caught my attention, while I was listening to the Listening Assignments on Connect. The variety of the instrumentation was awesome

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    Stanislavsky was born in 1863 in Russia.Living in Russia, he experienced artistic traditions from both Europe and Asia. He also witnessed three great revolutions,one of them being; modernism's rejection of realism.The first two reveloutions shaped his career and made him world famous; the last turned him from a wealthy man into a poor one. Stanaslasky was born into a wealthy manufacturing family. This meant that he was a privelaged as a child and went to see many plays,ballets and operah. He was

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