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English Vocabulary. Performing Arts Edition!. Week Four. Curator. Noun -a person in charge of the artwork in a museum. Curator. In the beginning of The DaVinci Code, the Curator of France’s Louvre museum is killed. Armature. Noun- a skeleton construction upon

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english vocabulary

English Vocabulary

Performing Arts Edition!

Week Four

curator
Curator

Noun-a person in charge of the artwork in a museum

curator1
Curator

In the beginning of The DaVinci Code, the

Curatorof France’s Louvre museum is killed.

armature
Armature

Noun-a skeleton

construction upon

which a sculptor builds

a sculpture

armature1
Armature

It is hard to believe that

underneath the

massive statue

is an armature

tableau
Tableau

Noun-a stage picture created by actors posing motionless.

tableau1
Tableau

At the end of the first act, the performers froze in position, creating a dramatic tableau.

forte
Forte

Adjective-

Strong, loud

forte1
Forte

A piano can be

played mezzo forte

or forte

depending on the

desired effect.

harlequin
Harlequin

Noun-masked,

comic character.

harlequin1
Harlequin

The harlequinsomersaulted

across the stage before

delivering the punch-line

to his joke.

scrim
Scrim

Noun-a curtain that may be transparent or opaque, depending on how it is lit.

scrim1
Scrim

Depending on how the scrim was lit, actors could be hidden without moving.

contrapposto
Contrapposto

Noun-a pose in which

the parts of the body

are twisted or

distorted into

opposite directions.

contrapposto1
Contrapposto

Michelangelo’s David

is a good example of

contrappostoin art.

hamartia
Hamartia

Noun-a flaw in a tragic character.

hamartia1
Hamartia

Hamlet’s hamartiais his inability to act against those who killed his father before it is too late.

impresario
Impresario

Noun-manger, promoter, or sponsor of performing arts.

impresario1
Impresario

The impresariodonated often to theatrical foundations and attended many

productions.

requim
Requim
  • Noun-composition written for a funeral mass.