How were the dances that we dance created as well as the musical instruments that we play, and the brilliant architectural monuments? What was the source of inspiration for composers, sculptors, and artists? Which kings, politicians and saints were seriously engaged in the arts, enriching the treasury of world culture? The program "Shades of Art" tries to answer these and other similar questions.
In our last broadcast, we talked about the music of Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece. Continuing the theme, today we will present the music of Ancient Rome and of Ancient Armenia.
In our previous broadcast, we learned how and why primitive people created the first music and musical instruments.
Today we will talk about music and its role in the Ancient world, particularly in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Rome.
Whith the new season of our broadcast, we are going to introduce you into the history of music and of the creation of the first musical instruments. Today we will try to understand why and how first humans created music, more precisely, primitive sounds.
Our today's special holiday broadcast is dedicated to the great Italian composer, violinist, teacher, conductor, and priest of the Catholic Church, Antonio Vivaldi, and particularly to his concert series "The Four Seasons."
In today's episode dedicated to dances, we present the brief history of the creation and development of classical ballet...
In today's episode dedicated to the history of dances, we talk about balls...
As part of the series dedicated to the history of dances, this episode presents round or circle dances, which are common to the dance culture of almost all nations.