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by Roger Kamien
Excellent textbook to accompany my music appreciation class last semester
Roger Kamien Music: An Appreciation. Excellent textbook to accompany my music appreciation class last semester. The book is structured in an easy-to-follow format that begins by teaching the elements of music, giving the student a good basis of knowledge to learn about the musical periods. 4 people found this helpful.
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Now, Roger Kamien places a renewed focus on learning the elements of music, fostering each student’s .
Now, Roger Kamien places a renewed focus on learning the elements of music, fostering each student’s unique path to listening and understanding. This is achieved through step-by-step guidance as they learn the elements of music, as well as an increased number of musical selections to appreciate,and an enhanced McGraw-Hill Connect experience.
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Music: An Appreciation includes some of the greatest music ever created. Roger Kamien’s excellence as an interpreter of that music has made his program number one in the market used by over half a million students since its conception. Скачать с помощью Mediaget.
14 th-Century Music: New Art In France Composers wrote music not based on chant – Borrowed secular .
14 th-Century Music: New Art In France Composers wrote music not based on chant – Borrowed secular melodies to put in sacred music New music notation system had developed – New system allowed for better rhythmic notation – Syncopation, now possible, became common The new type of music was called ars nova Chapter .
This best-selling textbook introduces students to perceptive listening and provides an engaging introduction to musical elements, forms, and stylistic periods. It is organized chronologically, but individual sections can be addressed in any order, for a variety of teaching approaches. Musical notation is included but is not required to understand the popular listening guides featured in the text, which focus students’ attention on musical events as they unfold.
The Online Learning Center for this text provides open access for all students to many activities and video instrument demonstrations in addition to quiz and study materials for each chapter..