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    The Doctrine of the Affections

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    In the Baroque period, there was the establishment of the Doctrine of the Affections. The attached document explains this concept. How is this concept similar to Renaissance word painting? Give an example of how YOU see composers using a sensibility of the doctrine of affections today in the music that you listen and enjoy.

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    As you briefly compare the Renaissance Word Painting to this doctrine, you might suggest that both seemed to involve music reflecting or mirroring the representation of words and the ...

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    The Doctrine of the Affections is articulated briefly.