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A Barroco Resumen

A Barroco Resumen

Barroco Resumen

view.genial.ly)Barroco ResumenFrente al optimismo y la vitalidad renacentistas, el siglo XVII se caracterizó por el pesimismo y el desengaño.El artista barroco se desvió de las reglas y principios del arte clásico. El equilibrio, la serenidad y la armonía fueron sustituídos por la deformación, el contrate, la desproporción, el dramatismo o la comicidad grotesca, más apropiados para reflejar la angustia de un mundo en crisis.

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En LITERATURA este desengaño se manifestó en los siguientes temas y tópicos:Vivir es ir muriendoLa brevedad e inconsistencia de la vidaLas apariencias engañosasEl mundo como teatro o sueñoEl menospreciode la corteEl desprecio de las ambiciones mundanasLa sátira políticaLa crítica de conductas y hábitos de la época.Sin embargo, el Barroco, también fue un tiempo de celebración, festejos cortesanos, que se verán reflejados en las obras de teatro de Lope de Vega. (Source: view.genial.ly)

Concerto Barroco, like many of Alejo Carpentier's novels, is a historic testimony presented in the form of a spiral. The principle characters, Filomeno and the Master, appear in a musical progression from the pre-classical Baroque age to the beginning of the seventies. Filomeno's practical and popular wisdom and the Master's confused identity produce an obvious resemblance to don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Although both witness the same events, their interpretations are completely different and colored by their social origins. In both novels, while the gaze of the noble protagonist is centered on the Medieval past, his companion from the popular class shows him the right way, enabling him to find himself.

en.wikipedia.org)Concierto Barroco is a musical mystery, an interpretation of the famous homonymous novel by the Cuban novelist Alejo Carpentier. A composition which takes us to the early 18th-century Christmas holidays and the Carnival of Venice, to an imaginary surrealistic meeting between Vivaldi, Händel, Domenico Scarlatti, and an unnamed Mexican nobleman, along with his servant Felomeno and the ghosts of Wagner and Stravinsky. This peculiar acoustic space is a play of interweaving ornaments, details, gestures, images and voices, floating somewhere between the waters of Tenochtitlan, the silver glimmerings of Taxco and the boundless expanses of the Venetian channels, halls, galleries, graveyards and tiny streets, populated with the never failing wealth of colours, aromas, shadows and rhymes, silhouettes and clamour, forming a complex, ever-changing sound fabric, games of instrumental passages, variations and quasi quotations of unnamed manuscripts from Spanish monasteries, old late-gothic or renaissance masters, the way that I heard and translated them in the meaning of one infinite sound palimpsest. (Source:

 

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