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Author(s): Thomas E Larson
Here’s your backstage pass to the history of rock and roll.
Thomas Larson’s History of Rock & Roll connects music and the culture in which it interacted.
Designed for the college non-music major, History of Rock & Roll fuses a text, website, and online music library to cover the music’s story of controversy, tragedy, and self-indulgence; and also of love, peace, and the triumph of the human spirit.
The Theatrical Journey: An Imaginative Process deals with live theatre as an art form. In live theatre the actors are in the presence of the audience impersonating characters. Other forms of theatre which include many forms of media (television, films, DVDs etc.) the actors are not in the presence of the audience.
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Author(s): John Baur
FINALLY…A Music Theory Package With Online Drills and Instant Assessment and Grading!
A practical, comprehensive, and concise approach to the study of music theory, John Baur's Practical Music Theory is enhanced by the full power of online resources to explore and teach the primary theoretical material.
Seamlessly integrated within the framework of the Practical Music Theory textbook is access to a robust accompanying website that features:
Author(s): Dennis Angel
Drawing is a lifelong pursuit - a journey that provides endless visual exploration and a myriad of compelling challenges.
Author(s): Mark Lanter
Who’s music will endure when looking back to the 20th Century 250 years from now? Will there be a composer comparable to Beethoven, Mozart, or Bach?
Author(s): Robert Elliott
Our World, Our Music relates historical and discipline-specific concepts to students’ existing knowledge gained through cultural participation. It addresses past and present, Western and non-Western societies and cultures, examining music in particular, the arts in general, and the societies that support them within a given culture. Students develop analytical and critical thinking skills through structured listening and global approaches to our world and its people.
Author(s): Julia A Brady Jenner
American Cinema: Movies and Magic discusses how filmmaking began, industry pioneers and the formulas that led us to the films we’re making now. It’s an appreciation of those who came before us, creating that magic for the films we enjoy today. The text allows students to appreciate film genres, filmmakers and the technique of creating films, from a passionate perspective and with a more conversational writing style.
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Author(s): Trudy McNair
Trudy McNair’s A History of Art and Civilization series provides comprehensive coverage of the art and cultural history of different regions and time periods throughout antiquity. The texts place art and societal movements in context, giving students a panoramic view of history and an understanding of how circumstance relates to cultural output.