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Title: The Romantic Movement


1
The Romantic Movement
  • Is reason all there is?

2
Romanticism defined
  • A movement that glorified and celebrated nature,
    all emotion , imagination and the mysterious
  • A reaction against the cold calculated
    Enlightenment
  • A reaction against the French Revolutions
    excesses AND the destruction of the Napoleonic
    Era
  • Honored Europes Medieval past
  • Worldview that included the existence of things
    beyond that of empirical observation
  • Is there more to life than science and numbers?

3
Roots of Romanticism
  • Renaissance individualism
  • Protestantisms emphasis on piety and devotion
  • German Sturm und Drang movement
  • Emotional tragic all of life
  • Rousseau
  • Is rationalism enough to explain the human
    experience?
  • Individual freedom of experience learn by T E
  • Kant
  • Human perception knowledge Senses Process
  • Subjective
  • Innate Human Morality Truth is beyond Reason

4
Music of the Romantic Movement
  • Ludwig von Beethoven
  • German composer
  • Hearing impaired
  • Full orchestra use gtgt
  • ? emotional range of music
  • Frederic Chopin
  • Polish child prodigy
  • Pianist composer
  • Franz Liszt
  • Hungarian pianist composer

5
Literature of the Romantic Movement
  • British
  • Sir Walter Scott novelist
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge poet
  • William Wordsworth poet
  • Lord Byron poet
  • John Keats poet
  • Percy Shelley poet
  • German
  • Johann W von Goethe (G) novelist
  • Friedrich Schlegel (G) novelist
  • French
  • Victor Hugo (F) novelist
  • There was a time when meadow, grove and stream,
  • The earth and every common sight,
  • To me did seem appareled in celestial light,
  • The glory and freshness of a dream
  • -Wordsworth

6
Art of the Romantic Movement
  • British
  • John Constable
  • JMW Turner
  • French
  • Eugene de la Croix
  • German
  • Caspar David Friedrich

SUBLIME
7
Architecture of the Romantic Movement
  • Neo-Gothic Revival
  • Medieval Style

8
Romanticism Religion
  • Religion includes emotion is expressed in
    nature, Gods creation
  • John Wesley Methodism
  • Reaction against Deism rationalism
  • Revival style enthusiasm emotional
    experience
  • Repentance gt Conversion gt Good Works gt Godly life
  • Francois Rene de Chateaubriand RC Revival
  • Inner Passion derived from message and
    sacraments
  • Friedrich Schleiermacher
  • Emotional physical dependence on the Infinite
    Being
  • 1 O FOR a thousand tongues to sing My great
    Redeemer's praise, The glories of my God and
    King, The triumphs of his grace!
  • 2 My gracious Master and my God, Assist me to
    proclaim, To spread through all the earth
    abroad The honours of thy name.
  • 3 Jesus! the name that charms our fears, That
    bids our sorrows cease 'Tis music in the
    sinner's ears, 'Tis life, and health, and peace.
  • 4 He breaks the power of cancelled sin, He sets
    the prisoner free His blood can make the foulest
    clean, His blood availed for me.

9
Romantic Nationalism
  • Glorification of individuals individual
    cultures
  • JG Fichte (G)
  • Humanity has shaped the world great persons
  • Johann G Herder (G)
  • Distinctiveness of culture peoples
  • GWF Hegel (G)
  • Historical evolution all cultures / eras
    valuable
  • Thesis (Idea)gt Antithesis (Challenge) gt Synthesis
    (New)
  • What about the Islamic world?
  • Anti-Islamic Medieval / revived Christianity /
    Politics
  • Pro-Islamic Literature / Herder / Hegel /
    Schleiermacher

10
EXTRA CREDIT R.A.F.T.
  • Use your skills to create a Romantic piece of
    art, poetry or music include a paragraph
    explanation of why it is Romantic OR
  • Take an existing example of Romanticism and write
    a 1-page explanation of why this example
    qualifies as Romantic
  • Include a copy of the example
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