Music Appreciation: An Outline Guide

Author(s): Sarah Satterfield

Edition: 5

Copyright: 2022


Details: Print Prod w/KHQ | 180 days |

Music Appreciation: An Outline Guide is the outgrowth of much experience teaching Music Appreciation at the collegiate level. Students are often overwhelmed by the amount of material in standard Music Appreciation texts. This text is only a guide at this time.

Music Appreciation: An Outline Guide:

  • allows instructors to lecture as usual while students fill in their booklets, thus offering a guided notetaking experience.
  • is current and page layout easy to read. A table of contents at the beginning shows students the “big picture” for the semester, outlining all topics to be covered.
  • offers exclusive student access to KHQ, an exclusive and interactive study app.
  • includes activities that will allow students to apply what is learned in class, in the case of the former, and see the vast amount of material available on the Internet related to music, in the case of the latter.
  • offers Supplemental PowerPoints that follow the flow of the books and enhance lectures with visual images.

The Elements of Music
Middle Ages (450–1450)
The Renaissance (ca. 1450–1600)
The Baroque Period (1600–1750)
The Classical Period (1750–1820)
Romanticism (1820–1900)
Modern Music
Early Jazz (1900–1950)
Later Jazz
The Musical
Film Music
Country Music
Rock Music
Non-Western Music
Required Listening List
“Unknown” Listening Notes
Suggested Assignments
CD Critique Sheet
CD Critique “Cheat Sheet”
For My CD Critique
Suggested Assignments
Web Journal


Sarah Satterfield

Dr. Sarah Satterfield has taught a variety of music and humanities courses at the College of Central Florida, University of Florida, Flagler College, and Florida Gateway College. She was recently ranked the 12th leading university professor in America based on student evaluation data and awarded the prestigious Gladys Webber Memorial Chair, an endowment funding an outreach program exploring the therapeutic usages of music, art, and dance. Dr. Satterfield lectures regularly throughout the Southeast, specializing in American music and music of the twentieth century, and has concertized extensively. An experienced administrator with a broad background in various sectors of the performing arts industry, Dr. Satterfield serves as Department Chair of Visual and Performing Arts at CF and managed the San Diego State University Symphony Orchestra and Ocala Symphony Orchestra. She served as Administrative Assistant for the prestigious Arioso Wind Quintet, winning grants exceeding $50,000 for that organization. She also coordinated the Adams Project, a training program that taught collegiate-level small ensembles the art of educational, senior, and multi-cultural outreach programming.

Dr. Satterfield received a Ph.D. in Music History and Literature with an outside specialization in art from the University of Florida, MM in Flute Performance from SDSU, and BM in Music Education from Furman University (magna cum laude). In her spare time she is a competitive runner and nationally ranked triathlete. She serves on the Board of Directors of the local triathlon organization Tri-Him.

Related ISBN's: 9781792494123, 9798765720233

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