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Wonders of the world Match the pictures with the names of wonders of the Ancient WorldThe Pyramid(s) of GizaHanging Gardens of BabylonTemple of Artemis at EphesusStatue of Zeus at OlympiaMausoleum at HalicarnassusColossus of RhodesLighthouse of Alexandriaa)b)c)d)e)f)g) Read the description and say what wonderful place is it?A museum of art and culture situated in Saint Petersburg. It is one of the largest and oldest museums of the world. There are 3 million works of art in this museum and the largest collection of paintings in the world. The State HermitagePeterhofThe Kremlin
what wonders of the Ancient World?The Pyramid(s) of Giza The Hanging Gardens of BabylonThe Statue of Zeus A structure that occupied the whole width of the aisle of the temple that was built to house it and was about 12 metres tall
what wonders of the Ancient World?The Statue of Zeus The Temple of ArtemisThe Mausoleum of Halicarnassus or Maussollos A shrine dedicated to one of the Greek goddesses which was burned down by Herostratus in an attempt to achieve lasting fame
what wonders of the Ancient World?A tomb of the Anatolian king built by his widow in the middle of the 3rd century B. C.The Statue of Zeus The Temple of ArtemisThe Mausoleum of Halicarnassus or Maussollos
what wonders of the Ancient World?A giant statue of the Greek god Helios or Apollo roughly the same size as today’s Statue of Liberty in New York.The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus or Maussollos The Colossus of Rhodes The Lighthouse at Alexandria
what wonders of the Ancient World?The tomb of Fourth dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu built on the Nile River near the city of CairoThe Pyramid(s) of Giza The Hanging Gardens of BabylonThe Statue of Zeus
what wonders of the Ancient World?A structure between 115—135 metres tall, it was among the tallest man-made structures on Earth for many centuries and kept a fire burning nightly which could be seen many miles out in the MediterraneanThe Mausoleum of Halicarnassus or Maussollos The Colossus of Rhodes The Lighthouse at Alexandria
what wonders of the Ancient World?A series of landscaped terraces The Hanging Gardens of BabylonThe Statue of Zeus The Temple of Artemis
What new wonder of the world depicted in the picture?Machu PicchuEaster IslandChichen Itza
Sounds of music The cello is a ____ instrument. a) brass b) string c) keyboard
“Forte” is a dynamic marking meaning_____ .soft b) quiet c) loud
Where is a bagpipe?
Who is Rimsky-Korsakov?
An octet is a group of ____ musicians. a) 8 b)5 c)7
You will hear 7 pieces of music. Match what you hear from each melody 1-7 with its genres A-G.A classical music B rock C dance music D jazz E rap F reggae G pop-music Town and its architecture Can you guess the architectural style according to its description. Typical from Europe from the mid -12th century to the 16-th centuryCharacterized by pointed arches, thin walls, slender columns, tracery windows,large areas of glass. The answer is Gothic
Guess the architectural style according to its description.appeared between the early 15th and early 17th centuries in different regions of Europe a conscious revival and development of certain elements of ancient Greek and Roman culture. The plans of buildings have a square, symmetrical appearance. Arches are often used in arcades[ɑːˈkeɪd] - сводчатых галерей. supported on columns with capitals. barrel-vaults [ˈbærəlvɔːlt]цилиндрический сводыSymmetrical arrangement of windows and doorsExtensive use of Classical columns and pilastersTriangular pediments-треугольный фронтоны Square lintels- квадратные перемычки ,притолкиArches DomesNiches with sculptures [nɪʧiz] - ниши Guess the architectural style according to its description.- comparatively small wimdowsdimly lit and heavy buildingswith windows and doors that had round headed archesWith thick squat columns and piers The answer is Romanesque
Byzantine churches were made mainly of ... stone b) brick c) concrete The chief contribution of the Byzantine art the world’s architecture was ... a) pointed arch b) architectural order c) pendentives Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is ... a) church b) palace c) castle А) The great achievement of Byzantine architecture B) a good example of Renaissance The buildings are all distinguished by a great central square space covered with a dome. On each side of which are extend short arms, forming a Greek crossThe buildings look comparatively plainDoors and windows are semicircular headed The windows are small and grouped together.Columns were used constructively, but were always subordinate features Guess the architectural style according to its description. The answer is Byzantine
Give it a name1)-a covered entrance to a building ,sometimes consisting of a roof supported by pillars2)-a piece of decorative work produced by the fitting together of small pieces of coloured stone or glass3) -the space in a house just below the roof which is often made into a room or used for storing furniture4)-a work of ar or skill made by cutting wood or stone into a special shape5)-a building material made by mixing sand, very small stones,sements and water6)-a roof shaped like half a ball7)- a kind of long porch extending along the side of a house8)- an open space with a stone the art style of the 17- th and the first part of the 18 –th century-a lot of flexibility and ornamentation on the inside of churches and palaces -rich in the sculpture and painted decorations to produce exuberant effect.-rich designing of furniture The right answer is the baroque style.