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Author(s): Kevin Salfen
Maybe you’ve noticed? Traditional music appreciation textbooks aren’t cutting it anymore. Conceived as streamlined, even “dumbed-down” chronological surveys of Euro-American music, they are increasingly distant from students whose literacy is more diverse. When these textbooks feature music from other cultures, it’s sidelined—often literally—a counterexample, a complement, reinforcing a hierarchy that today’s university students have every reason to challenge.
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): Dean Fairbanks
Discovering Physical Geography: Our Global Environment is an online text containing interactive multimedia components, including text/images, video, animations, hyperlinked keywords, section quizzes and follow-up study questions. This versatile textbook consists of five geographical modules that cover: