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Music to Your Ears introduces the lay reader or beginning music student to the history and evolution of classical music in the western hemisphere. Every attempt has been made to relate the events and significant musical trends in plain English, without excessive musical terminology. Aimed primarily for non-music majors, the book nevertheless provides a clear, concise overview of the history of western music from the beginning of the Medieval period to the present day.
Music to Your Ears:
Author(s): Sarah Sandvig
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Music Theory for Singers is geared specifically for voice students and singers. This book was written to help students understand the fundamentals of theory related to voice, apply it to the varied repertoire they learn throughout the year and become not only better singers, but also educated musicians.
Author(s): Sandy Guinn
My Sketchpad was written as a result of my students’ inability to properly engage with a blank sketch book. Students clearly struggled with the numerous blank pages that were calling out for content. It became clear that it was too big of a leap to expect students to engage with an empty sketchpad after being hand fed content to draw throughout their college experience. What concerned me further was the knowledge that the majority of college students stop creating art once they leave a college setting. It is my hope that the prompts inside My Sketchpad