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OnMusic of the USA

OnMusic of the USA

Author: connect4education

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Table of Contents
Lesson 1: Can Music Have A Specific Purpose?
Lesson 2: The Performer's Role
Lesson 3: Types of Listeners
Lesson 4: Structure of Music
Lesson 5: Music Basics 1
Lesson 6: Music Basics 2
Lesson 7: Music Basics 3
Lesson 8: Ragtime, Popular Song, and the Jazz Roots of Rock
Lesson 9: Rural Blues and Urban Blues
Lesson 10: Other African American Roots of Rock
Lesson 11: Rhythm and Blues Becomes Rock and Roll
Lesson 12: American Popular Music in the Nineteenth Century
Lesson 13: Dixieland
Lesson 14: Swing and Big Bands
Lesson 15: Broadway and the Development of the American Musical
Lesson 16: Currents in America 1
Lesson 17: Currents in America 2
Lesson 18: Western Music
Lesson 19: Western Music
Lesson 20: Country Counterculture
Lesson 21: Elvis Presley
Lesson 23: Midterm
Lesson 24: Soul
Lesson 25: Folk and Folk Rock
Lesson 26: Fusion
Lesson 27: From Soul to Funk
Lesson 28: Hip-Hop
Lesson 29: Early Jazz
Lesson 30: Struttin’ With Some Barbecue
Lesson 31: Swing in the 30's and Duke Ellington
Lesson 32: Bebop and the Advent of Modern Jazz
Lesson 33: Miles Davis, Modal Jazz, and Bill Evans
Lesson 34: John Coltrane
Lesson 35: Music in Native North America: Traditional and Intertribal Styles
Lesson 36: Musical Instruments of Native North America
Lesson 37: Pow-wows: Southern and Northern
Lesson 38: Final Exam

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OnMusic of the USA provides a comprehensive overview of the different musical traditions that form the rich musical tapestry of the United States.

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Beginning with a broad introduction to basic music concepts and organizing elements, OnMusic of the USA helps your students dig deeper into the musical components so they can become more perceptive listeners. With this foundation in place, the text shifts focus onto exploring uniquely American music genres: Jazz, the Blues, ragtime, swing and big bands, country, Native American, rockabilly, bluegrass, soul, rock, and hip-hop. This panorama of the American music experience also covers deeply influential artists and the cultural impact of their music on American society.

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OnMusic of the USA

ISBN: 978-0-9991160-7-4