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Running head: RENAISSANCE BAROQUE PERIODS 1
Renaissance Baroque Periods
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RENAISSANCE BAROQUE PERIODS 2
Question 1
Question 2
Baroque and renaissance music compare and contrast in various ways. Regarding the
productions of the Baroque period is regarded as extravagant and ornate. These features make
the music very decorative to the audience. The decorative features were also facilitated complex
counterpoint and melody lines. However, the productions of the renaissance period sound direct
and easy to understand. It has no decorative features or ornamented characteristics.
Question 3
Compare the productions of Baroque music.
How are they related?
What are the most outstanding characteristics of both?
Renaissance
It lasted between 1400 and 1600 AD.
light was used to define subjects.
Its works contrasted between light and darkeness.
Subjects remained clearly defined and had sharp
boundaries.
Light illuminated the details and formed artistic
subjects.
Clarity was regarded as the center of productions.
Artists focused on parallesim. symetry, and balance.
The planes used were strong and in horizontal
fashion.
Baroque
It emerged after the 1600 AD.
Light was regarded as the primary subject of the
productions.
It used intense contrasts.
It adopted a technique regarded as chiaroscuro.
Boundaries were blurred.
It shadowed details.
It welcomed ambiguity.
It used multiple planes headed differently.

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Running head: RENAISSANCE BAROQUE PERIODS Renaissance Baroque Periods Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Date 1 RENAISSANCE BAROQUE PERIODS 2 Question 1 Renaissance Baroque It lasted between 1400 and 1600 AD. It emerged after the 1600 AD. light was used to define subjects. Light was regarded as the primary subject of the productions. Its works contrasted between light and darkeness. Subjects remained clearly defined and had sharp boundaries. It used intense contrasts. Light illuminated the details and formed artistic subjects. Boundaries were blurred. Clarity was regarded as the center of productions. It welcomed ambiguity. Artists focused on parallesim. symetry, and balance. It used multiple planes headed differently. It adopted a technique regarded as chiaroscuro. It shadowed details. The planes used were strong and in horizontal fashion. Question 2 Baroq ...
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