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PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE ALL IN-TEXT CITATIONS AND REFERENCES AND WORK IS ALWAYS SUBJECTED TO PLAIGERISM CHECKERS.’Classical Music; Early Abolitionist Art and Literature’ Please respond to one (1) of the following, using sources under the Explore heading as the basis of your response: Listen to one (1) composition (for a symphony) by Haydn or Mozart,either at the Websites below or in this week’s Music Folder. Identifythe work that you have chosen, and describe the way in which thecomposition expresses the specific qualities of the Classical musicstyle. Use the key terms from the textbook that are related to thatparticular music style, and explain what you like or admire about thework. Compare it to a specific modern musical work for which you mightuse the term ‘classic’ or ‘classical’.Explain whether you think an autobiographical or fictional accountby a slave (such as Phillis Wheatley and Olaudah Equiano) is morepersuasive than a biographical or fictional account by a white author(such as John Gabriel Stedman or Aphra Behn). Explain whether youbelieve the representations of slavery in the visual arts (such asWilliam Blake’s illustrations, William Hackwood’s cameo, or JohnSingleton Copley’s painting) were more compelling and convincing of theinjustices of slavery than the literary representations alreadymentioned. In your explanations, use specific examples and consider bothaudience and the content and nature of the work. Identify the literaryor art form in modern times that you think is most effective atdepicting injustice.Explore:Classical MusicChapter 25 (pp. 826-832), classical style described; examples; review the Week 3 “Music Folder”Haydn at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JESXMWrwzVQ and http://www.npr.org/artists/16110605/franz-joseph-haydnMozart at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hywOY9BS9tQ and http://www.npr.org/artists/15327819/wolfgang-amadeus-mozart Early Abolitionist Art & LiteratureChapter 26 (pp. 870-2): Equiano, Stedman, Wheatley, Behn; Chapter 26 (pp. 877-879): Equiano and BehnWheatley at http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/webtexts/Wheatley/phil.htmChapter 26 (pp. 870-873): Blake, Hackwood, Copley
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