This comprehensive title explores music within its historical context, touching upon the social, political, scientific, and artistic landscape of each period. With an emphasis on key composers for each period, OnMusic History Survey features streaming music, listening guides, scores, auto-graded listening and objective exams, and much more.
Seamless integration of text, music, and testing – designed for maximum instructor efficiency and best possible student experience.
Academically rigorous, yet accessible and designed for the web and mobile platforms, we deliver a complete text and the most music for your online, hybrid, or face-to-face course.
Music – Contains over 400 complete pieces – streaming right out of the pages. No other textbook (at any price) includes more music, and no other publisher has a better implementation process.
Music Forever – Your students can download and keep all the music from our Music History title– over 36 hours. It’s a solid library of masterworks that they can return to again and again, and a gateway to further discovery.
Scores – OnMusic History Survey contains over 150 scores from all periods – easy to view online or print. Save your students the additional cost of purchasing a costly anthology of scores. Click here for a list of scores.
Discover Video – Videos in every chapter reinforce student understanding and engagement. Our video applet keeps students on the page and on task.
Graphical Listening Guides – Our listening guides are interactive, easy to understand, and they are fully integrated, making for an uninterrupted, logical, and focused student experience.
Tests & Quizzes – OnMusic titles contain a comprehensive set of auto-graded quizzes and tests with test banks and anti-cheating measures built in. All testing is fully integrated and flows naturally from the text.
Interactive Period Maps – Complete sets of interactive maps include the historical, geographical, and musical perspectives of composers and their works.
Meet the Composer – Composer profiles, including text, graphic, and musical information appear on pages where composers or their works are discussed.