1 watch this film 
The Time to Live and the Time to Die

https://duonaolive.com/play?id=d3402e89bb1d2658f9c6a3161d5e10a2b320206d1d10abef114ecad70fc26660&episode=0&route=1
And read the attached 4 PDF files

2 half page talks about the film answer following questions
What elements of the film stood out to you? What scenes or moments struck you most intensely? Do you have questions? What would you like to discuss?

3 one and half page  relate the movie to readings

For this assignment, you are asked to choose several articles from a scholarly journal of relevance to an area of your interest in music theory. The article must pertain to the field of music theory and/or aural skills pedagogy and be current and up to date (post-2010 unless discussed with me).

You can find relevant articles in the following journals:

College Music Symposium
Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy (https://jmtp.appstate.edu/)
Engaging Students (http://flipcamp.org/engagingstudents/)
Journal of Research in Music Education.
Note that for College Music Symposium and Journal of Research in Music Education you will need to go through the UBC library in order to gain access to the journals.

After reading the article carefully, write up a one to two-page summary of the main ideas presented in the article, concluding with how you might be able to implement some of the conclusions and suggestions in your own teaching.

Please include answers to these questions in the essay What were new developments in every day life? What new instruments and composition styles emerged? What type of emotional significance did music have on society? What relationship did secular and sacred music have? This paper must be a minimum of 3 pages PLUS a bibliography

Create an Interview based off the list of questions.
The interview should have time stamps every thirty seconds.

Example:
Interviewer: Could you introduce yourself and tell us about how you got your name?

Hello. My name is Mr. Documentary and I live in a television.

:30

Every now and then I talk to the people outside of the television.

1:00

It does get a little claustrophobic in the television, but I would say that I like it all in all.

Comparative Analysis

Assignment Instructions:

1. Select an artwork that, in your opinion, best reflects the characteristics of the Renaissance. (This should be a different selection from the choice you made for our discussion forum How Do We Recognize Renaissance Art?.)

2. Select an artwork that, in your opinion, best reflects the characteristics of Mannerism.

3. Upload an image of or link to both artworks in the spaces indicated below.

4. Outline at least 5 bullet points for each artwork that identifies what stylistic characteristics your selections illustrate in the spaces indicated below. (5 points about the characteristics your Renaissance selection illustrates and 5 points about the characteristics your Mannerist selection illustrates.)

5. In the space indicated below, write a one paragraph (200 words) analysis of your Mannerist selection that discusses:

How it engages the characteristics of classical antiquity in new ways
How it may have inspired a deeply personal devotional experience (if you selected an artwork with a religious subject)
How it may have appealed to an aristocratic patron as a reflection of that patron’s wealth, their appreciation of beautiful things, and as a way cultivate their elite persona

Characteristics of Northern Mannerism
Some defining features of Mannerism in Northern Europe include:
–dramatic gestures
–asymmetrical and dramatic compositions and arrangement of figures
–lavish costumes
–vivid and often abrasive use of color/color combinations
–artists demonstrate their technical skill
–expressive/imaginative architecture that combines Gothic and Renaissance elements

Characteristics of Italian Mannerism
–compositional tension and instability
–distortion of the human figure
–flattening of pictorial space and ambiguous space 
— unbalanced organization of figures and objects
–unusual visual complexities
–vivid and often abrasive use of color/color combinations
–unusual conceptual complexity/intellectual sophistication
lack of symmetry, balance, organization
dramatic and tense scenes
focus on contemplation and meditation rather than a focused part of a story or a moral/theme

**Remember that Mannerism in France and Spain combines many characteristics from Italy and Northern Europe.**

Characteristics of Renaissance
–symmetry and balance
–religious subjects
–harmonious color combinations
–revival of classical antiquity
–study of human anatomy
–naturalism and realism
–linear perspective

In the space indicated below, write a one paragraph (200 words) analysis of your Mannerist selection that discusses:

How it engages the characteristics of classical antiquity in new ways
How it may have inspired a deeply personal devotional experience (if you selected an artwork with a religious subject)
How it may have appealed to an aristocratic patron as a reflection of that patron’s wealth, their appreciation of beautiful things, and as a way cultivate their elite persona

Extended Essay.

Gregorian chant – Deum verum
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK5AohCMX0U&feature=emb_title

Perotin: Sederunt Principes. Escuela de Notre Dame. Organum
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMyWnCf2Anc&feature=emb_title

Medieval music – Troubadour love song by Arany Zoltn
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk1W22yHLJQ&feature=emb_title

Music of the Middle Ages; Isorhythmic motet {de Machaut}
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cu7-RV7XB9k&feature=emb_title

Machaut – Messe de Notre Dame (abbaye de Thoronet, Ens. G. Binchois, dir. D. Vellard).avi
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11A4wqv8_wo&feature=emb_title

ORDO VIRTUTUM by Hildegard von Bingen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUMlhtoGTzY&feature=emb_title

USE  AS MANY MUSICAL TERMS PROVIDED IN UPLOADS AS POSSIBLE. PAPER CAN BE WRITTEN IN BASIC TERMS DOES NOT HAVE TO BE WRITTEN USING COMPLEX AS LONG AS MUSICAL TERMS IN UPLOADS ARE USE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS BELOW.

I have provided six distinct works of music from the Medieval period.
In your essay, I want you to discuss and illustrate the distinctions and similarities between each work.

What makes these works the same? What makes them different?

I would like you to use the music terms that have learned and are learning presently, as well as your own non-musical descriptions, e.g. this works sounds melancholy, etc.

There are two long works in this collection: Hildegards Ordo Virtutum, and Machauts Messe de Notre Dame. You are not required to listen to these works in their entirety, but please listen enough to assert sound conclusions.

You are to listen to all five works of music.

Please compare the three Kyrie movements from the three Masses by Dufay: Lhomme arme, Josquin: Missa Panga Lingua and Palestrina: Missa Papai Marcelli. You are now focusing on identifying form, texture, themes, recitational, syllabic, neumatic, and melismatic singing, dynamics, consonance, dissonance, as well as other observations you may have. Hopefully, you can compose a well-informed assessment of what you are hearing.

Please compare the two secular songs by Josquin, Mille Regretz and Weelkes: As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending. Both of these works use text painting. Can you site where in the music text painting is used? Do you believe that such a technique enhances the works? Please explain.

Guillaume Dufay – Missa L’homme arm – I. Kyrie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdPKFMWNon0&feature=emb_title

Josquin Des Prez. Misa Pange Lingua. Kyrie. Partitura e Interpretacin.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTB5tjn4mqM&feature=emb_title

Palestrina/ Missa Papae Marcelli – Kyrie | New York Polyphony
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdZ_7dFbl1A&feature=emb_title

Josquin Desprez, Mille Regretz – Vox Luminis LIVE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kCKsOT_gno&feature=emb_title

The King’s Singers – Thomas Weelkes: As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJV6srLTHkg&feature=emb_title

Please use as many musical terms in the upload section as possible to describe, explain, breakdown and compare music.
Does not have to be written in complex terms can be very basic to the point.

PLEASE follow instructions above

Analyse 4 painting of Edvard Munch in this virtual exposition : https://artsandculture.google.com/search/asset/?p=the-munch-museum-oslo&em=m015r61&categoryid=art-movement
The 4 painting that i want to be analyzed are 1 Death in the Sickroom, 2 Madonna, 3 Self-portrait : between the lockroom and the bed, 4 The Scream.
The work will be divided in two part :
I) a description of the tables and their arrangement (500 words)
II) and a critical analysis (1000 words

1. Elements & Principles (composition)- Provide the name of the artist and process (painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, etc.) and medium (paint, stone, paper) used to execute the piece. In what manner has the work been composed utilizing elements and principles? Identify and list some of the more predominant features that help convey the artwork’s overall presentation and emotional quality.

2. Context- Research the background of the artwork and provide information that informs regarding context/history.

3. Subjective vs. Objective (viewpoints)- Humans are critical creatures. Whenever we first see an artwork, we immediately use our own personal experiences and existing knowledge (subjective) to form opinions regarding beauty, worth, and meaning. It is human nature. However, the subjective viewpoint is often biased and limited, often leading us to uninformed critical judgments. To form insightful, well-rounded opinions, we must investigate what is before our eyes by researching the artwork’s background. This research (objective) is used to expand our knowledge and help substantiate our personal opinions or correct them to deliver sound, critical analysis. As you study your chosen artwork, take into account your first impressions. How does learning about the context of the piece change your initial thoughts about it? 2 pts 

4. Post your analysis (at least 150 words) to the discussion board as a well-thought address with the intent to inform and educate your reader. 

5. Comment upon “two other contributions” by offering your own views, points, and insights. This means adding to the existing dialogue, not merely agreeing with others.