WORKSHOP V                                                                                                                         Final Tests

Syllabus

Workshop I

Workshop II

Workshop III

Workshop IV

Workshop V

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What to know for the Final Test

200 points

Workshop IV Vocabulary (10 multiple choice)

Time Period Names/Dates (10 matching)

Accumulative workshop discussions (20 multiple choice)

Art/Music Recognition Test

100 points

Colorplate Recognition (10 from below)

List of Colorplates/Artists

  1. Rome, The Pantheon, AD117-125, Roman Empire, p. 67 exterior

  2. Benozzo Gozzoli, Journey of the Magi, 1469, Renaissance Era, #21

  3. Andrea Mantegna, Dead Christ, 1501, Renaissance Era, p. 133-4

  4. Albrecht Durer, Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513, Renaissance Era, p. 144

  5. Botticelli, The Birth of Venus, 1485, Renaissance Era, #23

  6. Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper, 1495-8, Renaissance Era, #25

  7. Rembrandt, Descent from the Cross, 1650-55, Baroque Era, #36

  8. Diego Valesquez, Las Meninas (Maids of Honor), 1656, Baroque Era, #39

  9. Jacques Louis David, The Oath of the Horatti, 1785, Neo-Classicism, #44

  10. Benjamin West, The Death of General Wolfe, 1771, Neo-Classicism, #47

  11. Francisco de Goya, The Third of May, 1814, Romantic Era, #52

  12. J.M.W. Turner, Rain, Steam, and Speed: The Great Western Railway, Romantic Era, 1844, #53

  13. Edouard Manet, Le Dejeuner sur l'herbe (Luncheon on the Grass), Impressionism, 1863, #61

  14. Edgar Degas, Open arabesque on the right leg, 1880, Impressionism

  15. Claude Monet, Rouen Cathedral, 1894, #63

  16. Georges Seurat, Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, Post-Impressionism, 1884-6, #69

  17. Paul Gauguin, Mahana No Atua (Day of the Gods), Post-Impressionism, 1894, #68

  18. Pablo Picasso, Guernica, 1937, Modern Era, p. 309

  19. Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory, Modern Era, 1931, #82

  20. Grant Wood, American Gothic, 1930, Modern Era, #2

 

I will play eight (8) selections from the list below and you will write down the following information: composer's name, full name of selected piece (English name is fine if you can't remember/spell the foreign name), and time period (Baroque, Romantic, etc) when music was composed.

List of Music/Composers

  1. Hildegard of Bingen, O successores, Sequentia, Early Christian Era, CD1, #50

  2. Thomas Weelkes, As Vesta Was Descending, Renaissance Era, CD1, #62

  3. Johann Sebastian Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in  D Major, I, Baroque Era, CD 1, #63

  4. Johann Sebastian Bach, Organ Fugue in G minor, Baroque Era, CD1 #68

  5. Vivaldi, Spring from The Four Seasons, Baroque Era, CD2 #1

  6. George Frideric Handel, Hallelujah Chorus from the Messiah, Baroque Era, CD2 #17

  7. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music), Classical Era, CD2 #38

  8. Ludwig van Beethoven, String Quartet in C minor, Classical Era, CD2 #41

  9. Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony #5, Romantic Era, CD2 #45

  10. Hector Berlioz, Symphonie fantastique (Fantastic Symphony), Romantic (Realism) Era, CD3 #30

  11. Debussy, Prelude on the afternoon of a faun, Impressionalism, CD4 #9

  12. Aaron Copeland, Appalachian Spring, Modern Era, CD4 #41

  13. Arnold Schoenberg, A survivor from Warsaw, Modern Era, CD4 #25

What to know for the Final Critique

50 points

This will be handwritten in class.  I will provide a copy of a piece of art work that is SIMILAR to one we've seen in class.  I will also provide the critique outline, and you will discuss the piece as you discussed these following points in your first two critiques:  Elements of Art (vocab), pp. 12-18 (extra elements/points to consider here).  In addition, know the time period (Baroque, Romantic, etc) and Aesthetic response to piece (what do you personally think about it) pp. 10-12.  It may help you to practice a bit on this site: http://portfolio.iu.edu/rreagan/what_do_you_see.htm 

Lesson Plan

Objectives:

  • Oral Presentation over Impressionism and 20th century period artists/musicians

  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding and style characteristics of the history of Western music and art throughout the ages.

  • Complete a written, final test over the above through:

Schedule:

6-6:15 scripture/prayer/requests

        Ps 150:1,6/Biblical Wisdom

        Take attendance/collect critique #2 and Aesthetic def.

6:15-7:30 Team Reports and Review

        Oral Presentations

        PowerPoint workshop V

o       Review

7:30-7:45 break

7:45-8:30 Art/Music Recognition and Final Test

8:30-8:45 break

8:45-10:00 Final Critique