Islamic Architecture and Chinese Music
A description of Egypt's historical Islamic Al-Azhar Mosque and conventional early Chinese instrumental piece "The Maidens of Tea Mountain".
# 121341 | 500 words | 8 sources | APA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Art (General) , Asian Studies (General) , Music Studies (General) , Architecture (General)
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A description of a visual art piece (an Islamic mosque) and a performance art piece (a traditional Chinese instrumental)and an explanation of how each work exemplifies aspects of its native culture.
From the Paper:"If given the opportunity to construct an art museum housing one piece of Islamic architecture and one piece of traditional Chinese music that effectively demonstrate elemental characteristics of each work's respective culture, one could indubitably include both Egypt's historical Islamic Al-Azhar Mosque and conventional early Chinese instrumental piece "The Maidens of Tea Mountain". Each work, one visual and one performance, is a clear reflection of the cultural mores and traditions distinct to the society from which it emerges..."
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