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by William Fleming

Download Concerts of the Arts: Their Interplay and Modes of Relationship ePub
  • ISBN 0813010144
  • ISBN13 978-0813010144
  • Language English
  • Author William Fleming
  • Publisher Univ of West Florida (October 1, 1990)
  • Pages 272
  • Formats lit doc txt lrf
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Music
  • Size ePub 1498 kb
  • Size Fb2 1707 kb
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In this book, the author argues that it is against the nature of works of art, and of arts in general, to perform solo; rather, they tend to grow in concert toward an orchestral companionship. Furthermore, a kinship of style exists among the works produced in different media by artists working at the same time or place or in the same social or philosophical milieu. The author explores various modes of perceiving and understanding such relationships. Each chapter takes up one kind of relationship among the arts and its effects on their meaning. In the psychological mode, the book traces the creative act from sensation and imagination to ideation and realization. in the analogous mode, it finds analogies between harmonic and visual proportions in music and architecture. Scriptural and literary references offer a key to the realtionships among works of art in the iconographic mode. A chapter on Michelangelo as a poet and philosopher defines the mode of personal synthesis. Social and philosophical factors illuminate trends in baroque art in the stylistic mode. For the autobiographical mode, the author draws on the self-revelations of Berlioz and Delacroix, and for the relativistic mode he explores the unity that may result when a common philosophical concept inspires bothe the science and the art of a period.

Xiii, 326 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-303) and index

Xiii, 326 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-303) and index.

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In this book, the author argues that it is against the nature of works of art, and of arts in general, to perform solo; rather, they tend to grow in. .

In this book, the author argues that it is against the nature of works of art, and of arts in general, to perform solo; rather, they tend to grow in concert toward an orchestral companionship. Furthermore, a kinship of style exists among the works produced in different media by artists working at the same time or place or in the same social or philosophical milieu.

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During the Scottish Enlightenment the relationship between aesthetics and ethics became deeply ingrained: beauty was the sensible manifestation of virtue; the fine arts represented the actions of a virtuous mind; to deeply understand artful and natural beauty was to identify with moral.

During the Scottish Enlightenment the relationship between aesthetics and ethics became deeply ingrained: beauty was the sensible manifestation of virtue; the fine arts represented the actions of a virtuous mind; to deeply understand artful and natural beauty was to identify with moral beauty; and the aesthetic experience was indispensable in making value judgments. This book reveals the history of how the Scots applied the vast landscape of moral philosophy to the specific territories of beauty – in nature, aesthetics and ethics – in the eighteenth century. The author explores a wide variety.

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