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Audio 3-part counterpoint - Fux's examples - Sibelius file

Gives Fux’s counterpoints to 3-part examples. Students can listen to this if they have Sibelius or if it is embedded in a Scorch file. If you do not have it you can download it for free at:...

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Document 3-part counterpoint worksheet

Worksheet for 3-part examples

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Link 3D Fossil collection

The GB3D Type Fossils Online project, funded by JISC, aims to develop a single database of the type specimens, held in British collections, of macrofossil species and subspecies found in the UK...

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Document 3rd formative test

Here is the third formative test. Please email answers to me by Wed 26th Oct 2016

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Document 3rd species - Fux's examples

Fux’s examples of 3rd species counterpoint

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Audio 3rd species – Fux’s examples – Sibelius file

Gives Fux’s counterpoints to 3rd species examples. Students can listen to this if they have Sibelius or if it is embedded in a Scorch file. If you do not have it you can download it for free at:...

Jonathan Darnborough view
Document 4th + 5th species – Fux’s examples

Fux’s examples of 4th + 5th species counterpoint.

Jonathan Darnborough view
Audio 4th + 5th species – Fux’s examples – Sibelius file

Gives Fux’s counterpoints to 4th + 5th species examples. Students can listen to this if they have Sibelius or if it is embedded in a Scorch file. If you do not have it you can download it for free at:...

Jonathan Darnborough view
Image collection Statue of a Roman Emperor, Messene Museum, Greece

Statue of a Roman Emperor, Messene Museum, Greece. Dating from the 2nd half of the 4th century CE, this Emperor holds a globe in his left hand. The statue is the work of a local workshop that has recycled a Hellenistic female statue. There are...

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Document 4th Formative test

Fourth Formative test . Answers by email to me, no later than Wednesday 2nd Nov. 

Timothy Billington view
Document 4TH SUMMATIVE TEST

Your answer to this test will form part of your 1500 word folio to be submitted by email to me, no later than December 16th, 2016.

Timothy Billington view
Document 5TH FORMATIVE TEST

Please email your answers to me by Wednesday 16th Nov. 2016.

Timothy Billington view
Document 5th SUMMATIVE TEST

This is the 5th summative test. Please submit your 5 answers as a 1500-word portfolio to me by no later than December 16th, 2016.

Timothy Billington view
Document 6th Formative

These questions cover your revision for the lecture I gave on 17th Nov.

Timothy Billington view
Document 7th formative test

Here is the seventh to sharpen your retentive powers.

Timothy Billington view
Link A BRIEF GUIDE TO CATULLUS 7

This link takes you a site where you can get a brief analysis of Catullus 7, plus quite a few links to other relevant sites.

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Document A Chapel, a Novel, and the Word of God. Virginia Brookes

This essay attempts to portray two artefacts, the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church in Oxford, and the novel Adam Bede by George Eliot. These two very different objects will be considered in the light of one another and connections will be sought...

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Link A Chinese Text Sampler

An annotated collection of digitized Chinese texts for students of Chinese language and culture. It provides modern Chinese literature, Chinese film scripts and song lyrics, classical Chinese literature, Chinese history, ethics, and politics and...

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Document A comparative study of Lady Hertford’s grotto at Marlborough and William Kent’s illustration of Spring in James Thomson's The Seasons. Richard D A Lamont

‘Poetry, Painting and Gardening, or the Science of Landscape, will forever by men of taste be deemed Three Sisters, or the Three Graces who dress and Adorn Nature’. (Horace Walpole)

In a reading of William Kent’s illustration of Spring in...

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Link A Conversation with Tim O'Brien on Writing and War

From Stanford University: Authors Tim O'Brien and Tobias Wolff discuss war, ethics, and writing.

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