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portray
She portrayed a struggling artist in the movie.†
portrayed = to depict (represent or describe in a particular way)

or:

to act the character of
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elegant
as in:
an elegant gown
She was an elegant bride.
elegant = refined and tasteful in appearance, behavior or style
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abstract
as in:
abstract art
She is an abstract painter.
abstract = not representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature
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subtle
as in:
a subtle shade of blue
a subtle, but unmistakable warning
subtle = understated so as not to draw attention to itself
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bronze
She received the bronze medal at the Olympics.
bronze = a metal alloy of copper and (usually) tin (that is given at the Olympics for a third place finish)
DefinitionGenerally bronze means:
a reddish brown metal that is made of copper and (usually) tin

or:

the reddish-brown color of the metal (such as a bronze tan)

or:

something made of the alloy — such as a sculpture
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contemporary
as in:
contemporary design
It's easier to find outstanding books when selecting from those that have been in print for a long time, but were it not for that I would prefer modern literature with its contemporary language, issues, and ideas.
contemporary = characteristic of or belonging to the present time
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contemporaneous
The recession in Asia was contemporaneous with that in the United States.
contemporaneous = occurring in the same period of time; or of the same period
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acquire
Children acquire language at an amazing rate.
acquire = obtain (come into the possession of something)
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renaissance
2 meanings

(with a lowercase "r")
When she was elected, she promised a renaissance in Detroit.†
renaissance = a revival of learning and culture — especially in the arts
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(with an uppercase "R")
We're visiting the museum to see the exhibit of Renaissance art.
Renaissance = the period of European history known for a revival of intellectual and artistic achievement (14th through mid-17th centuries)
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medieval
The story takes place during medieval times.
medieval = relating to or belonging to the Middle Ages
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ensemble
an ensemble cast†
ensemble = a group of parts considered as a whole
DefinitionGenerally ensemble means:
a group of parts considered as a whole
sometimes used in these specialized senses:
  • a group of actors, musicians, singers, or dancers performing together where none stands above the others (or describing a performance by them)
  • a coordinated outfit (set of clothing worn together)
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exposition
The energy exposition is to be held in Dubai.
exposition = a collection of things on public display
DefinitionGenerally exposition means:
a collection of things (goods or works of art etc.) on public display — typically shown for a limited time (such as six months)

or:

a detailed explanation or background of a specific topic
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metropolitan
in the metropolitan area†
metropolitan = relating to or characteristic of a large city
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fresco
I love Michelangelo's ceiling fresco in the Sistine Chapel.†
fresco = a method of artistic painting on a wall by using watercolors on wet plaster; or the painting made in such a manner
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emerge
China recently emerged as a world power.
emerged = came out (became)
DefinitionGenerally emerge means:
to come out, or to appear
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aesthetic
It was not aesthetically pleasing.
aesthetically = in a manner that is beautiful or tasteful
DefinitionGenerally aesthetic means:
related to beauty or good taste — often referring to one's appreciation of beauty or one's sense of what is beautiful

or:

beautiful or tasteful
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critique
Please critique this performance†
critique = an examination and judgment of something
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expressionism
The painting, The Scream by Edvard Munch is a good example of expressionism.†
expressionism = an art movement early in the 20th century in which an inner feeling was expressed through a distorted rendition of reality
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pretentious
Some people think she's pretentious, but I admire her ambition.
pretentious = acting more impressive than is deserved
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convention
as in:
conventional behavior
It was once conventional wisdom that the earth was flat.
conventional = normal or typical
DefinitionGenerally this sense of convention means:
something regarded as normal or typical
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encore
The audience loved the performance and called for one encore after another.
encore = an extra or repeated performance — especially of music given in response to audience demand
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transparent
as in:
transparent shower door
The transparent shower door shows water spots.
transparent = capable of being seen through with clarity
DefinitionGenerally this sense of transparent means:
able to be seen through with clarity
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opaque
as in:
opaque shower door
They are engineering a window that can convert from transparent to opaque with the push of a button.
opaque = not able to see through at all
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premiere
We saw the film's world premiere in Hollywood.
premiere = the first public performance of something
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depict
The book depicts the precariousness financial position of a working class, single mom.†
depicts = to portray (show or represent) something — usually with a picture or words
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essence
To make things better, to enjoy each other's company, and to empathize are essence of humanity.
essence = the defining or most important aspect of something
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render
as in:
rendered with, or rendered from
The pianist rendered the Beethoven sonata beautifully.
rendered = played (portrayed or gave her interpretation of)
DefinitionGenerally this sense of render means:
to portray or create something in a particular way; or to interpret, translate, or extract from
The exact meaning of this sense of render depends upon its context. For example:
  • "Each artist will render a different interpretation when painting a portrait." — create in a particular way
  • "A Supreme Court judge may render his own interpretation of the Constitution." — interpret in a particular way
  • "The computer you are using, rendered this page from software instructions." — created through interpretation
  • "A graph is rendered from the underlying data." — made
  • "Fat can be rendered (extracted) by cooking meat slowly." — extracted from
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paramount
The children's well-being is paramount.
paramount = most important
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mosaic
The museum preserved a beautiful mosaic floor.
mosaic = art consisting of a design made of small pieces of colored stone or glass
DefinitionGenerally mosaic means:
art consisting of a design made of small pieces of colored stone or glass

or more rarely:

anything comprised of many differing parts of equal importance, but varying appearance
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genre
Jazz is his favorite musical genre.
genre = a style or kind - especially in the arts
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explicit
2 meanings
as in:
explicit instructions
She gave us explicit instructions.
explicit = precisely and clearly expressed
DefinitionGenerally this sense of explicit means:
clear and with enough detail so there is no confusion
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as in:
explicit photos and pornography
The computer has a filter that blocks explicit photos and pornography.
explicit = expressing or displaying sexual activity or nudity in a manner that leaves little to the imagination
DefinitionGenerally this sense of explicit means:
expressing or displaying sexual activity or violence in a detailed manner
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opera
She is a popular opera singer.
opera = a classical music play in which most of the dialogue is sung
DefinitionGenerally opera means:
a musical play with orchestra in which most dialogue is sung — (typically associated with classical music and often in a language foreign to the audience)

or:

the art form (or describing something as related to it) that consists of musical plays with orchestra in which most dialogue is sung
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patron
as in:
a patron of the arts
She is well known as a patron of the arts in our city.
patron = someone who contributes money to an organization
DefinitionGenerally this sense of patron means:
someone who contributes money to an organization

or:

a supporter of an organization or person
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Baroque
The Baroque style was intended to impress those who saw it.†
Baroque = elaborate and extensive ornamentation in decorative art, architecture, and music that flourished in Europe in the 17th century
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urban
want to revitalize the downtown and limit urban sprawl†
urban = relating to a city
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Raphael
They are showing an exhibit of paintings by Raphael that are on loan from the Louvre.†
Raphael = Italian painter whose many paintings exemplify the ideals of the High Renaissance (1483-1520)
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Leonardo da Vinci
Da Vinci's Mona Lisa is probably the most famous painting in the world.†
da Vinci = Italian painter, sculptor, engineer, scientist and architect; the most versatile genius of the Italian Renaissance (1452-1519); painter of The Last Supper and Mona Lisa
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surrealism
Salvador Dali is the most famous of the artists of the surrealism movement.†
surrealism = a 20th century movement of artists and writers who used impossible or unlikely images to represent unconscious thoughts and dreams
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cubism
Picasso was a pioneer of cubism.†
cubism = an artistic movement pioneered by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque that featured surfaces of geometrical planes to depict three-dimensional organic forms
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Rococo
The Rococo is even more ornate than Baroque.†
Rococo = excessive fanciful but graceful asymmetric ornamentation in art and architecture that originated in France in the 18th century
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pop art
I find the anti-elitist nature of pop art refreshing.†
pop art = an American school of the 1950s that imitated the techniques of commercial art (as the soup cans of Andy Warhol) and the styles of popular culture and the mass media
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prominent
She is a prominent member of our community.
prominent = well-known
DefinitionGenerally prominent means:
well-known — especially of a person who is respected

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conspicuous (easily noticed) because of position or importance
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subjective
a subjective judgment†
subjective = influenced by personal belief, feelings, or preferences (rather than being based purely upon fact)
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optic
an optical illusion†
optical = relating to sight or light
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curator
She is the curator of photography at the Museum of Fine Arts.†
curator = the person in charge of a museum or other collection
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flourish
2 meanings
as in:
the business is flourishing
The children are flourishing.
flourishing = thriving (growing or developing well)
DefinitionGenerally this sense of flourish means:
to thrive (grow or develop well)
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as in:
dismissed them with a flourish
She entered with a great flourish.
flourish = showy gesture
DefinitionGenerally this sense of flourish means:
a showy gesture

or:

the act of waving — a hand or an item
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vertical
The architect used long vertical lines to pull the eye upward.
vertical = oriented straight up and down (90 degrees relative to the floor)
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horizontal
Paintings in which horizontal lines dominate, tend to be relaxing.
horizontal = in line with the floor, horizon, or another flat base
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diagonal
The artist used diagonal lines to create tension.†
diagonal = a straight line connecting opposite corners of a rectangle; or any slope that could connect the corners of an imaginary rectangle that has one side parallel to the floor
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coherent
She is more coherent now than she was just after the accident an hour ago.
coherent = sensible and clear; or describing parts as fitting together in a consistent or pleasing manner
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passé
Her paintings were popular for a while, but now are passé.†
passé = no longer in style
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Auguste Rodin
Rodin's The Thinker is arguably to sculpture what the Mona Lisa is to painting.†
Rodin = French sculptor famous for his renderings of the human form including The Thinker and The Kiss (1840-1917)
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avant-garde
It is an avant-garde theater piece.†
avant-garde = any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field — especially in the arts

or as an adjective:  radically new or original
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diverse
The college wants a diverse student body.
diverse = varied — in this case consisting of a population of different kinds of people — such as different ethnic groups and genders
DefinitionGenerally diverse means:
varied (having variety amongst things of the same kind) — especially with regard to ideas or members of a population group
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transcend
The book transcends our expectations from a romance novel.†
transcends = go beyond
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muse
as in:
She was his muse
She was his muse. He hasn't written anything of quality since she left.
muse = the source of an artist's inspiration
DefinitionGenerally this sense of muse means:
the source of an artist's inspiration - especially a person or mythological goddess
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successor
He was President Lincoln's successor.
successor = replacement (in this case, the next President of the United States)
DefinitionGenerally successor means:
replacement — typically a person who takes the job of another person, but it can also be a thing that replaces something else
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gestalt
She claims that Microsoft copied the gestalt of the Macintosh user interface.†
gestalt = the whole (stressing that it cannot be described merely as a sum of its parts)
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influential
an influential newspaper†
influential = having the ability to affect people or events — especially due to prestige
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discern
The second picture has more pixels, but the human eye can't discern the difference.
discern = to notice or understand something — often something that is not obvious
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accompany
The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
accompanied = traveled along with
DefinitionGenerally accompany means:
to travel along with; or to be present with at the same time and/or location

or:

to perform with
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animate
3 meanings
as in:
animated by her strong belief
The right to pursue happiness is an animating principle of American government.
animating = inspiring people to action
DefinitionGenerally this sense of animate means:
inspire, make more lively, or bring to life
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as in:
an animated cartoon
She won an award for best animated cartoon.
animated = moving
DefinitionGenerally this sense of animate means:
make a moving cartoon (a film technique that uses a set of gradually changing pictures to simulate movement when played in series)
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as in:
animate v. inanimate
Is it animate or inanimate?
inanimate = alive
DefinitionGenerally this sense of animate means:
alive; or (more rarely) an animal—not a plant; or (more rarely still) the degree to which as an animal feels and thinks
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postmodernism
2 meanings

with regard to art
She uses words as a prominent part of her paintings as is sometimes done in postmodern art.
postmodern = usually used to describe the period of art which followed the modern period and which responded to the modern period by dismissing the importance of  logic, simplicity, and order
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with regard to music
Her music does not respect boundaries between sonorities as is sometimes done in postmodern music.
postmodern = dismissing conventional ideas about the importance of  logic, simplicity, and order in music — often experimental or eclectic by combining different forms and genres of music
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harmonious
as in:
soothing, harmonious music
The changes created a more harmonious melody.
harmonious = of music: pleasing (through the combination of different notes)
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tapestry
as in:
the tapestry hangs in the museum
The Lady and the Unicorn is the modern title given to the six tapestries that are considered to be among the greatest artworks of the Middle Ages.
tapestries = rug-like artworks — often hung on a wall for display
DefinitionGenerally this sense of tapestry means:
rug-like artwork — often hung on a wall for display
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symphony
We heard the Vienna Symphony.
symphony = an orchestra that plays classical music
DefinitionGenerally symphony means:
a long and complex piece of music — typically for full orchestra in four parts;

or:  an orchestra that plays such; or such a performance
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Bach
Bach is known for both his sacred and secular music.†
Bach = German baroque composer generally considered one of the masters of classical music and known for his counterpoint
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Beethoven
Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is arguably to classical music what the Mona Lisa is to painting.†
Beethoven = German composer of instrumental music; widely considered to be one of the masters of the classical style (1770-1827)
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Mozart
She loves the 21st piano concerto by Mozart.
Mozart = prolific Austrian composer and child prodigy; widely considered to be one of the masters of the classical style (1756-1791)
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derivative
a highly derivative prose style
derivative = something developed from something else
DefinitionGenerally derivative means:
something developed from something else
in various senses, including:
  • a word based on another word — as in "Quickly is a derivative of quick."
  • a mathematical value from a function — as in "We can derive X from Y," or "X is a derivative of Y."
  • a type of investment whose value is based on another value — as in "We provide various derivatives that can protect against inflation."
  • a work of art such as a film or painting that lacks ideas not previously expressed in other works of art — as in "Her work is too derivative to interest me."
  • work based upon or influenced by prior work — as in "The book surveys psychological ideas derivative of, but not totally dependent on B.F. Skinner."
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chiaroscuro
Rembrandt is known for strong chiaroscuro effects.†
chiaroscuro = art:  a painting technique that skillfully contrasts light and shadow
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Cupid
She must have been struck by one of Cupid's arrows.
Cupid = Roman mythology:  god of love; a small, winged boy whose arrows make those struck fall in love
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Aphrodite
In Roman mythology, Venus is the counterpart to the Greek Aphrodite.
Aphrodite = Greek mythology:  goddess of love and beauty
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Bacchus
Dionysus is the Greek counterpart to the better known Roman Bacchus.
Bacchus = Roman mythology:  god of wine
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Zeus
Jupiter is the Roman counterpart to the Greek Zeus.
Zeus = Greek mythology:  the most supreme of the gods
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Hercules
Heracles is the Greek mythological equivalent of the Roman Hercules.
Hercules = mythological Roman hero famous for his strength and for performing 12 immense labors to gain immortality
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conceptual art
Her lack of training did not detract from her success in conceptual art.†
conceptual art = An art form in which the originating idea and the process by which it is presented take precedence over a tangible product. Conceptual works are sometimes produced in visible form, but they often exist only as descriptions of mental concepts or ideas. This trend developed in the late 1960s, in part as a way to avoid the commercialization of art.

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performance art
YouTube has increased the popularity of performance art.†
performance art = a type of dramatic presentation popularized in the 1960s that is not in the standard theatre or dance setting
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forte
as in:
forte mezzo
the forte passages in the composition
forte = a description in music:  to be played relatively loudly
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blues
He plays the blues.†
blues = a style of music that originated among African Americans at the beginning of the 20th century; has a melancholy sound from repeated use of blue notes

(blue notes are musical notes sung or played at a lower pitch than those of the major scale — especially the flatted third, fifth and seventh)
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Achilles
In the film, Troy (2004), Brad Pitt played the character of Achilles.†
Achilles = mythical Greek hero of the Iliad; central character and foremost Greek warrior at the siege of Troy
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Richard Wagner
Wagner built his own opera house to better stage works as he imagined them.
Wagner = German composer, music theorist, and essayist, primarily known for his groundbreaking symphonic-operas (1813-1883)
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concerto
Concertos have been written for all instruments, but most are written for violin, cello, or piano because those instruments provide such a wide, dynamic and expressive range.
concertos = music written for orchestra and one (or more) solo instruments
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Medusa
The fashion company, Versace, uses the image of Medusa as a trademark.
Medusa = Greek mythology:  a woman with snakes for hair and the ability to turn people to stone if they looked at her
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neoclassicism
She experimented with neoclassicism.†
neoclassicism = revival of a classical style (in art or literature or architecture or music) but from a new perspective or with a new motivation
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libretto
The libretto is typically written by someone other than the composer.†
libretto = the words of an opera or musical play
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Haydn
Haydn developed large musical structures from short, simple motifs.†
Haydn = prolific Austrian composer who influenced the classical form of the symphony (1732-1809)
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Nicolas Poussin
Perhaps Nicolas Poussin and Claude Lorrain best depict the idyllic classical landscape.†
Nicolas Poussin = French painter in the classical style (1594-1665)
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Narcissus
like Narcissus gazing in a pool†
Narcissus = Greek mythology:  a handsome young man who fell in love with his own reflection
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Thor
Thor is the main character of a Marvel Comics series.†
Thor = Norse mythology:  god of thunder; pictured as wielding a hammer
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timbre
He has marvelous vocal control and timbre.†
timbre = tone color; the quality of a sound separate from its pitch and amplitude
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sonata
a beautiful Mozart sonata
sonata = a musical composition of 3 or 4 movements of contrasting forms — usually for a solo instrument, but possibly for or a small ensemble
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Clio
Clio is often represented with a parchment scroll or a set of tablets.†
Clio = Greek mythology:  the Muse of history
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Pandora
Pandora's box is frequently referenced in Western culture.
Pandora = Greek mythology:  the first woman; she was presented with a container of humanity's evils and of hope
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