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  1. Analysis of Debussy Trois Nocturnes Sirnes

    • Word count: 1363
    • Submitted: 04/06/2012
  2. Analysis of Prokofiev Sonata No. 7

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"It is through art, and through art only, that we can realise our perfection."

-Oscar Wilde

From Beethoven and Rachmaninoff to Raphael and Hiroshige, music and art (alongside literature) dominate the way people across the globe think about culture. If you want to be a cultural mover and shaker, or you just want the quiet satisfaction ofcreating something beautiful, then a university degree in the creative arts and design could be for you.

Students of the creative arts and design should be able to analyse the history of their subject, criticise other people's work, and explain their own work, all in compellingly written prose. If you'd like some help, add Marked by Teachers' collection of creative arts and design essays to your study toolbox. With these teacher-marked essays as your muse, your writing will blossom into something as lovely as your artistic work.

Creative arts and design students can stay within their fields for higher degrees and careers, or venture into other areas, applying their creativity tojobs in media and marketing.

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Conclusion analysis

Good conclusions usually refer back to the question or title and address it directly - for example by using key words from the title.
How well do you think these conclusions address the title or question? Answering these questions should help you find out.

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  • Compare and contrast Qasr al-Hayr al-Gharbi and Khirbat al-Mafjar.

    "In conclusion, both of these examples of 'desert palaces' display clearly the ideas behind Umayyad secular architecture, those being the use of other cultures' influences, and the idea of luxury. Their architectural styles were developed further by the Abbasids who followed them, and eventually reached as far as Islamic Spain, showing great influence on all Islamic architecture to follow."

  • With reference to practitioners individual philosophies of dance training and your own practice, select an exercise sequence and analyse how this can be achieved.

    "From all of the above information it is possible to conclude that dance technique classes do incorporate more than athletic ability, it is just in varying degrees. Although there are many other techniques and teachers, it is quite possible to say that performance and artistic values are taught in some way in all classes. The idea of a class is to develop a technique of some form, which can then be incorporated into choreography, which is then performed as an art. The emphasis in a class may not be on the beauty of the body, the inner feelings or the sparkle in the eyes but without artistic sensitivity and apresiation the art of dance cannot be enjoyed."

  • How we consume signs, compare the Coca-Colas advertisements and graphic design of two countries; one is UK, the other is Taiwan

    "In conclusion, "Gestures, dress codes, traffic signs, advertising images, newspaper, television programmes and so on are all kinds of media which use visual signs" as stated in Media Semiotics.7 From the cases study of both the UK and Taiwan, even insight the drinks settle are the same, the Coca-Cola company can make different advertisements, signs, slogans for each country sassed on their different social custom, religion and living habits. Following those rules all companies can create interesting signs to attract consumer's eyes and make their goods become well-liked. Illustrations Fig.1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Fig.7 Leicester Square 2004 Fig. 8 Fig. 9"

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