Music Appreciation: Its Language, History and Culture

Music Appreciation: Its Language, History and Culture

This music course textbook has a number of related goals: 1) to learn a variety of music traditions in Western Europe, the United States (art music, jazz, folk, rock, and musical theater), and from Africa, India, China, South America, and the Caribbean; 2) to understand concepts of melody, rhythm, harmony, texture, timbre, and form used by musicians; and 3) to understand sources of musical sounds, instruments and voices from different cultures, electronically generated sounds, and principles that determine pitch and timbre.

Table of Contents:

  • Chapter 1: Elements of Music
  • Chapter 2: Musical Instruments and Ensembles
  • Chapter 3: Composer, Performer, Audience
  • Chapter 4: European Art Music: Middle Ages to Romantic
  • Chapter 5: European and American Art Music since 1900
  • Chapter 6: American Vernacular Music
  • Chapter 7: Jazz
  • Chapter 8: World Music
  • Appendix 1: Musician Biographies
  • Appendix 2: Glossary

Music Appreciation - Its Language History and Culture

-love learning -your best ed lessons guru, Scott

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