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Analyze the character and determine the emotional and psychological aspects of this character from the story

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Analyze the character and determine the emotional and psychological aspects of this character from the story

Reserach and Describe Dido and Aeneas Aspects of the Music

INSTRUCTIONS:

Leo Schrade. Monteverdi: Creator of Modern Music. Societe Belge de Musicologie, 1951.

bibiography.Henry Purcell - Dido and Aeneas http://www.classicfm.com/composers/purcell/guides/dido-and-aeneas-guide/dido-and-aeneas-1/

Essay:

Analyze the character and determine the emotional and psychological aspects of this character from the story. Then show how the musical portrayal of the character (the Witch, Dido, Bluebeard, or Arianna) impacts the emotional perception of the role. What aspects of the music enhance elements of the character? 



Find musical evidence that supports your analysis of the character. 





Logistics

Your Bibliography must be in Chicago Style and should include every resource that influenced you in this paper, NOT ONLY WORKS YOU QUOTE FROM.



Your citations must be footnotes, in Chicago Style, formatted correctly.



Use academic sources; avoid blogs and websites of unknown origin.

Every sources should be like this. Leo Schrade. Monteverdi: Creator of Modern Music. Societe Belge de Musicologie, 1951. (bibliography). Then my work is related to Henry Purcell- Dido and Aeneas this opera.

I found 4 sources, please use these 4 sources. The requirement is totally 8 sources, so the rest 4 sources please find online or books. (I hope the rest 4 could be in book, because I already have 4 online sources)

This is the link of 1 source from 4. http://www.classicfm.com/composers/purcell/guides/dido-and-aeneas-guide/dido-and-aeneas-1/





Essay:

Analyze the character and determine the emotional and psychological aspects of this character from the story. Then show how the musical portrayal of the character (the Witch, Dido, Bluebeard, or Arianna) impacts the emotional perception of the role. What aspects of the music enhance elements of the character? 



Find musical evidence that supports your analysis of the character. 





Logistics

Your Bibliography must be in Chicago Style and should include every resource that influenced you in this paper, NOT ONLY WORKS YOU QUOTE FROM.



Your citations must be footnotes, in Chicago Style, formatted correctly.



Use academic sources; avoid blogs and websites of unknown origin.





The upper part is the requirement from teacher.

CONTENT:



Dido and Aeneas
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In Dido and Aeneas, Dido is the Queen of Carthage who falls in love with Aeneas the Trojan hero who sought to establish Rome after the Greeks had captured his homeland Troy. Dido forced to choose between love and honor, when Aeneas sought to destroy Carthage to gain power. Even as the witches Troy to break up her relationship between the two, it is dido that is most hopeful that things will work out, but this does not go as planned. In the tragic opera, music is closely intertwined with the characterization of the individuals. In the end, Dido faced difficulty living alone without Aeneas by her side as she laments about her situation precipitating her death.
Dido is depicted a grieving, sorrowful and alienated person in Dido and Aeneas, with her mind stuck in the past after the death of her husband. Having already ruled Carthage, she was a confident leader with no doubt about her abilities and the loyalty of the people, but she was alienated. Her acknowledgement of torment and lack of peace in Act one highlights that she was bothered and less confident than she initially led people to believe. 
In any case, Dido had developed an ardent admiration of Aeneas, that when he left her she tried all means to persuade Aeneas to stay

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