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Only cleaning and slight polishing are needed to bring out their natural beauty and glow. In the early 1600's, artists of several nationalities working in different countries created works of great originality. In the historical contest a break due to different point of view about faith between Catholics and Protestans and also a predominance of Absolute Monarchies, was marking the social fray, been necessary for them to make the best use possible of this new style as propaganda, commissioning works who embrace the spectators as characters themself in to the artistic work that surrounded them, through different plastic elements, absorbing their attention through a lot of drama, making them feel totally identify with the closeness of the messages.

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Publisher: Alfred Music (March 1, 1985)

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