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Author(s): Sarah Sandvig
New Second Edition Now Available!
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): Linda Marcel
Discover the Power of Music Listening is a workbook designed as a secondary text for college level music appreciation courses. Activities emphasize the elements of music and vocabulary through listening exercises. A CD-ROM is packaged in the back of each workbook. Appendix I offers a glossary of vocabulary words in the format of flash cards, while Appendix II gives a basic outline and suggestions for a concert critique paper. The workbook can be integrated into the evaluation process at the discretion of each instructor.
The Critical Eye: An Introduction to
Looking at Movies, Third Edition Revised, prepares students to look
beneath the surface of today's most pervasive and powerful form of art,
entertainment, information and persuasion. How do movies communicate? How do
viewers learn to "read" a film? Developing a critical eye means becoming
visually literate: capable of understanding the narrative, visual and aural
elements of film.