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OnAmerican Popular Music

OnAmerican Popular Music

Author: Connect4Education

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Table of Contents
Lesson 1: American Popular Music in the Nineteenth Century
Lesson 2: Tin Pan Alley and Ragtime
Lesson 3: Rural Blues and Urban Blues
Lesson 4: Dixieland
Lesson 5: Swing and Big Bands
Lesson 6: Broadway and the Development of the American Musical
Lesson 7: Hillbilly and Country and Western Music
Lesson 8: Traditional Pop in the 1940s and 1950s
Lesson 9: Doo-Wop and Rhythm and Blues
Lesson 10: Early Rock and Roll
Lesson 11: Rockabilly
Lesson 12: Teen-Styled Rock Music in the Early 1960s
Lesson 13: The Record Producer and the Rise of Surf Rock
Lesson 14: Soul
Lesson 15: The British Invasion
Lesson 16: American Reactions to the British Invasion
Lesson 17: Bluegrass
Lesson 18: Folk and Folk Rock
Lesson 19: Psychedelic Rock
Lesson 20: Midterm Exam
Lesson 21: Country Rock and Southern Rock
Lesson 22: From Soul to Funk
Lesson 23: Funk
Lesson 24: Country Music Goes Mainstream
Lesson 25: Hard Rock and Heavy Metal
Lesson 26: Disco
Lesson 27: Punk Rock and the New Wave
Lesson 28: Detroit Techno
Lesson 29: MTV
Lesson 30: Heavy Metal in the 1980s
Lesson 31: Hip-Hop’s Roots and Origins
Lesson 32: Hip-Hop Comes of Age
Lesson 33: The Rise of Alternative Rock
Lesson 34: Alternative and Metal in the 1990s
Lesson 35: Hip-Hop in the 1990s
Lesson 36: Hybrids and Genres Without Definition
Lesson 37: County Music in the 1980s and 1990s
Lesson 38: Popular Music and Controversy After 9/11
Lesson 39: Music Creation and Distribution in the 21st Century
Lesson 40: Conjunto Music
Lesson 41: Mexican American Popular Music
Lesson 42: Final Exam

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OnAmerican Popular Music explores the rich tapestry of popular music in the United States – from its origins to today. Based on Dr. Simon Anderson’s title, OnAmerican Popular Music focuses on listening and references over 600 pieces of streaming music linked directly from the text.

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Music – Music is the focus of this title, and there are over 600 pieces from early minstrelsy to today. Click here to see a partial list.

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Artist Profiles – Information on performers, writers, and other important artists

Flash Cards – Interactive self study tool

Self Quizzes – Drag and drop key words and concepts

Comprehensive Instructor Guide – For the busy or first time instructor

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