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Art and Music In The Renaissance: The Early Renaissance

Video title: The Early Renaissance

Watch this online Art video entitled The Early Renaissance. Learn about art, artists and artistic works of The Early Renaissance and The Renaissance Period.

Study how Renaissance painters and composers, inspired by the new humanistic philosophy, developed new forms and techniques--from fresco painting to choral polyphony. Admire the beautiful architecture of Brunelleschi, and Ghiberti. See brilliant artistic works by Botticelli, Titan, Leonardo da Vinci, and Michelangelo. Listen to excerpts from musical compositions by Dufay, Binchois and Dunstable.

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Art and Music In The Renaissance: The Early Renaissance. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • The Early Renaissance Art. Learn about Art and Music in The Early Renaissance. See how Renaissance painters and composers, inspired by humanistic philosophy, developed new forms and techniques.
  • Gain insight to the spirit of the Renaissance, a momentous era that witnessed the development of the chorus, madrigals, and portraiture; the rediscovery of classical antiquity; and the exploration of new forms and techniques, such as painting with oils and four-part polyphony.
  • Observe how the art and music of the Renaissance, revealing a timeless symmetry, balance, and proportion, harmoniously mirror Platonic ideals.
  • See masterpieces by Botticelli, Donatello, Ghiberti, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian. Listen to excerpts from compositions by Dufay, Dunstable, Josquin des Prez, Orlando di Lasso, and Praetorius.
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