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Posted by  nadine on March 28, 2004 at 14:49:02:

In Reply to:  Re: ARCHITECTURE + MUSIC posted by katy on March 26, 2004 at 00:44:06:

Hi Katy

The renaissance is French for 'rebirth' and during this time everything pertaining to the social arts, music, art, architecture, theatre all went through a new, refreshing revival period just as society entered into a new way of thinking. Since then the French have led the way on many new parallels of design in general. The American Moderne was inspired by the French Art Deco and so was many of their building styles. You will nearly always find similar contrasts in styles and ideas by taking your home work back to France.

There are a lot of interesting issues surrounding this time which you may find interesting. This web site might be a start www.learner.org/exhibitions/renaissance/

Nadine

 
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