Not only do these three pieces have things in common, but they also have things that make them stand out from one another. For example, a visual feature that they didn’t have in common would be in Aaron Copland, Appalachian Spring, opening (1944), the man has a solo, but in the other videos, they don’t have a solo and they’re dancing in groups together. This in my opinion shows emotion and how women aren’t the only ones who are able to express their selves freely. Men are often shy when it comes to expressing their true feelings because they feel as if its not masculine enough. But in this piece, the man does his solo, expressing the way he feels. A visual feature that also stood out among the rest of the pieces was In Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, The Sleeping Beauty, Act III Pas de deux (1890), every single one of the dancers are wearing white. The color white itself usually refers to goodness, pureness etc. Throughout the entire piece, the male and female dancers were dancing in harmony and unity. They were in flow together and as a viewer, I felt their connection on a spiritual level. I was able to feel what it would feel like to be in their shoes. Dancing closely to one another in rhythm, feeling each other and just going through the motions overall. One more visual feature that all three pieces had differently was their settings. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, The Sleeping Beauty, Act III Pas de deux (1890) had a setting which seemed to be in a royal ballroom, which seems to be very exquisite and elegant. Igor Stravinsky, Rite of Spring, opening (1913) seems to be in the mountains but in the dance, it seems as if they are dancing their selves to death while Aaron Copland, Appalachian Spring, opening (1944) took set in a traditional house setting, which shows how everything in life was established from husband and wife, to settling in a house with a family. Setting is very important because it sets the mood. You see a movie start off in a battlefield and you’ll notice how everybody is miserable and people are crying. Or if a movie starts off around nature, you’ll notice how it’s more peaceful and relaxing. Setting is key and helps the viewer or reader expand on the main idea.