neoclassicism : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  revival of a classical style (in art or literature or architecture or music) but from a new perspective or with a new motivation

  • The first was the Revolution, which fixed American neoclassicism as the speech of elevated visual discourse and gave American artists heroic themes from their own history and .
  • It's true that in those same years neoclassicism was also the chosen style for government buildings all over Washington.
  • Henze's score displays the composer's familiar mastery of a variety of musical idioms, from a seductive rooftop serenade to a dry Stravinskian neoclassicism that accompanies the .

  • Edward Villella in Chicago Tribune
    I can say guardedly we have a vast repertoire in terms of style,Villella says. "There's not just the 19th century base that influences so much ballet. There's the neoclassicism of Balanchine and the mix of modern, jazz, ballet and ethnic...

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