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Author(s): Carol Shansky
Studying music involves history, sociology, psychology, and many other fields and broadens not just our musical horizons but a number of other ones as well.
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
Passage to Music Literacy is an inspirational and imperative pedagogical resource for all instructors assigned the responsibility for teaching any portion of a traditional four-semester aural skills sequence. Starting from the most basic diatonic principles and continuing through posttonal practice, the emphasis on solmization through tonicization, melody memorization, speed writing, tonal indexing, and harmonic drill provides an excellent foundation for students to develop their “seeing ears” and “hearing eyes.”
Author(s): Lorraine Hems
Passport to the World of Wines is an anti wine-snob online course package. It fuses lectures, readings, and tasting while discussing the basics of viticulture and viniculture, labeling regulations, marketing, distributing, technology and more. In addition, it discusses wines from Old and New World countries and regions. Students of the course package will learn as much about their own palate and ignite a life-long passion for wine.
The turn-key online Passport to the World of Wines course package: