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Art and Music in The Age of Impressionism: Influence of Impressionism

Video title: The Influence of Impressionism

Watch this online Art video entitled The Influence of Impressionism to learn about the art, artists and artistic works of The Influence of Impressionism and The Age of Impressionism.

This online art and music video will assist art and music students to study and learn about the influence Impressionism had upon other composers and artists of the time. See artistic masterpieces by Degas, Monet, Pissarro, Renoir and sisley and listen to excepts from compositions by Debussy, Griffes, Ravel, Respighi and Stravinsky.

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Art and Music in The Age of Impressionism: Influence of Impressionism. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Influences of Impressionism. Learn about Art and Music and The Influence of Impressionism. Study the characteristics of Impressionism, whose followers broke with traditional forms and found inspiration in shimmering immediacy and spontaneity.
  • Compare celebrated Impressionist paintings by Monet, such as Water Lilies at Giverny, to the sensuous instrumental color that animates La Mer and other musical compositions by Debussy.
  • Explore subtle moods in music and the transitory effects of changing light and color in canvases painted en plein air.
  • Learn what characteristics Impressionist music has in common with Impressionist art that would justify the shared use of the term.
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  • Having the student read the subtitles on a second or third viewing without sound, enables the improvement of Reading and Literacy skills AND helps retention of the information being learned.

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