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Rather than an encyclopedic approach to the history, History of Rock and Roll in the United States includes the essentials to the history of rock and roll. The authors review the core repertoire in subsequent chapters from the additional angles of instruments, performers, spaces, form, and technology. It develops a framework that readers can use to understand other music they may come across in the future.
Introduction to Music provides readers with a survey of the world of music as a means by which to enjoy it more fully. Rather than bog students down with 500-700 pages of text and 400 composers, this approach sticks to the essentials. Simultaneously, it provides further study resources for students who would like to go further in depth. It integrates links to audio and view examples directly in the eText to even further streamline the student experience.
Author(s): Robert Willey
Introduction to the Music Industry: Midwest Edition is an introduction to the music industry, and can be considered a primer for two reasons.
This book is an introduction to the music industry, and can be considered for two reasons.
Introduction to the Music Industry: Southwestern Edition covers the present state of the music and entertainment industry and how it has evolved over time. Students learn how music is recorded, marketed, licensed, and performed. In addition, it contributes to the development of the music and entertainment industry in the southwest by identifying and reporting on special opportunities in the region. The foundation in music industry practices and pointers toward new opportunities help students understand the business and where they might fit in.