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The Musical Experience

Author(s): John Chiego

Edition: 4

Copyright: 2017

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The Musical Experience is a seamlessly integrated enhanced learning package that features a thematic approach to music appreciation - each theme is described along a historical timeline.

Whether it is Music to Celebrate, Music from the Stage, or Music for Mourning, the reader will associate the music presented in The Musical Experience with a life moment - enhancing the experience!

To resonate with today’s music appreciation students and instructors, John Chiego has updated The Musical Experience with contemporary examples of musical selections, musicals, and music from the movies since 2000.

To meet the evolving needs of music appreciation students and instructors, John Chiego has integrated::

  • Features an easy-to-read conversational writing style that is suitable for students with diverse backgrounds and experience.
  • Multiple delivery options! This complete course package with a print/eBook text and optional online music library and accompanying website supplements make it ideal for face-to-face, hybrid, and distance learning settings.
  • Real-time assessments throughout! Biographical Spotlights, Listening Exercise questions, chapter question assignments, and What Makes Music features provide gradable components that can be completed by the reader on an ongoing basis throughout the semester.
  • Includes Interactive Listening Charts that help readers with historical periods, genre, type of piece, and composer.
  • Encourages self discovery!  Students can access accompanying textbook playlists on the optional online music as well as create their own lists to expand their own listening library.

Chapter 1 Introduction and Historical Overview 
What Is Music? 
Elements of Music 
Melody 
Harmony 
Rhythm 
Form 
Texture 
Timbre 
What Makes Music—Musical Instruments: Ensembles 
Historical Periods and Characteristics 
Medieval Period ca. ad 500–1450 
O Fortuna—Secular song from the Carmina Burana 
Kyrie—Hildegard of Bingen 
Renaissance Period 1450–1600 
Ave Maria—Josquin des Prez 
Canzon XVII—Giovanni Gabrieli 
Baroque Period 1600–1750 
Canon a tre in D major—Johann Pachelbel 
Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah—George Frideric Handel 
Classical Period 1750–1825 
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music)— Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Symphony #5 in C minor, 1st movement— Ludwig van Beethoven 
Biographical Spotlight: Ludwig van Beethoven 
Romantic Period 1825–1900 
Perspective—Art and Music 
Symphony #4 in F minor, 4th movement—Peter Tchaikovsky 
Intermezzo in A major—Johannes Brahms 
Twentieth/Twenty-First Century 1900–Present 
The Rite of Spring (excerpt)—Igor Stravinsky 
Historical Overview 
Listening Chart 
Hoedown from Rodeo—Aaron Copland 
O Fortuna from Carmina Burana (Songs from Benediktbeuern)—Carl Orff 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 2 Music of the Religious Experience 
Gregorian Chant 
The Mass 
Early Monophonic Style 
Kyrie from First Mass for Christmas— Anonymous 
Polyphonic Style—Renaissance and Baroque 
Gloria from Missa Pange Lingua—Josquin des Prez 
Credo (excerpt) from Mass in B minor—Johann Sebastian Bach 
Classical Style 
Sanctus from Requiem Mass—Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Biographical Spotlight: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Romantic Style 
Agnus Dei from Messe di Gloria—Giacomo Puccini 
Music of the Religious Experience 
Psalms 
Chichester Psalms, 2nd movement—Leonard Bernstein 
The Oratorio 
Perspective—Religious Texts and Church Influence 
Characteristics of an Oratorio 
Messiah (excerpts)—George Frideric Handel 
El Niño—A Modern Oratorio 
Shake the Heavens” from El Niño— John Adams 
Cantata 
Allegro vivace” from Gloria—John Rutter 
Hymns 
All Creatures of our God and King 
Veni, veni, Emmanuel 
Spirituals and Gospel Music 
Brother Mosely Crossed (Smote) the Water— Traditional Spiritual sung by Andy Mosely 
Witness— Traditional Spiritual sung by Jubilant Sykes 
Clap Your Hands—John P. Kee 
World Worship Music 
Ketjak 
The Ramayana Monkey Chant— Balinese Ketjak 
Tibetan Buddhist Monk Chant 
Invoking the Spirit of Kindness Through Sound— Tibetan Buddhist Monk Chant 
Muslim “Call to Prayer” 
Call to Prayer—Muslim Invitation to Pray 
Tuvan Throat Singing 
Kh mei—Performed by Hun-Huur-Tu 
Contemporary Christian Pop and Rock 
What Makes Music—Musical Instruments: The Bowed String Family 
Christian Pop Music 
El Shaddai—Words and music by Michael Card and John Thompson, sung by Amy Grant 
I Can Only Imagine—Bart Millard, performed by Mercy Me 
Christian Rock Music 
Alive—P.O.D. 
A Tower of Ashes—Theocracy 
Other Types of Religious Music 
Motet 
Listening Chart 
Magnificat 
Organum 
Stabat Mater 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Additional Worship Music Texts 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 3 Music for the Stage 
Star Wars—Imperial March, Darth Vader’s Theme 
Biographical Spotlight: Hildegard of Bingen 
Early Dramatic Musical Composition 
Ordo Virtutum excerpt—Hildegard of Bingen 
Opera 
Early Opera 
Mozart and Classical Opera 
“Queen of the Night Aria” from Act II of The Magic Flute—Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Romantic Opera 
“Vesti la giubba,” Canio’s Aria from Pagliacci— Ruggiero Leoncavallo 
Perspective—Early Theatrical Forms 
“O mio babbino caro” from Gianni Schicchi— Giacomo Puccini 
Modern Opera 
“The New York Lights” from A View from the Bridge—William Bolcom 
What Makes Music—Voices: Female Voices 
Incidental Music 
L’Arlésienne 
“Farandole” from L’Arlésienne— Georges Bizet 
The Musical 
Forerunners of the Musical 
Musical Songwriting Teams 
The Operatic vs. the Musical Vocal Style 
The Evolution of the Musical—50 Years of Song and Dance 
Tunes, Lyrics, Dialogue, and Dances 
I’m An Ordinary Man from My Fair Lady— Lerner and Loewe 
I Could Have Danced All Night from My Fair Lady—Lerner and Loewe 
Tonight—Quintet from West Side Story— Leonard Bernstein 
The Musical Overture 
Overture to Candide—Leonard Bernstein 
The Evolving Musical 
A Musical Timeline 
Music for the Stage Timeline 
The Phantom of the Opera from Phantom of the Opera — Andrew Lloyd Webber 
Stars from Les Misérables—Schönberg and Boublil 
Bring Him Home from Les Misérables— Schönberg and Boublil 
Musicals since 2000 
Blockbusters since 2000 
No One Mourns the Wicked from Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz— Stephen Schwartz 
My Shot from Hamilton—Lin-Manuel Miranda 
The Modern Stage Spectacle 
“Alegria” title song from Alegria (a Cirque du Soleil show)—René Dupéré 
“Drumbone”— Blue Man Group 
“Riverdance”—Bill Whelan 
“Orinoco Flow”—Enya 
World Musical Theatre Genres 
Kabuki Theatre 
Ozatsuma—Traditional Japanese shamisen music 
Kanjincho—Kabuki theatre music 
Chinese Opera 
The Story of the White Snake—Chinese opera aria 
Listening Chart 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 4 Music for Dancing 
Rhythm and Meter in Dance Music 
Dance Music in the Western Tradition 
Medieval Dance—Estampie 
Estampie—Anonymous 
The Dancing Master of the Renaissance and Baroque Periods 
The Baroque Dance Suite 
The Orchestral Dance Suite 
What Makes Music—Musical Instruments: The Woodwind Family 
Water Music (excerpts)—George Frideric Handel 
“Air” from Orchestral Suite #3 in D major— Johann Sebastian Bach 
Solo Instrumental Dance Suite 
Suite for Solo Cello in G major—Johann Sebastian Bach “Bourrées I & II” 
Nineteenth-Century Waltzes 
An der schönen blauen Donau (On the Beautiful Blue Danube)—Johann Strauss II 
The Full-Length Ballet 
Timeline of Music for Dancing Swan Lake 
“Lake in the Moonlight” from Swan Lake— Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky 
Perspective—Ancient Dance References 
Ballet Music of Remarkable Significance 
The Rite of Spring 
Biographical Spotlight: Igor Stravinsky 
The Rite of Spring (two excerpts)— Igor Stravinsky “Auguries of Spring” (Dances of the Young Girls)
“Sacrificial Dance” (The Chosen One) 
Thoroughly American Ballet 
Rodeo 
Rodeo (two excerpts)—Aaron Copland
“Corral Nocturne”
“Hoe Down” 
Folk Dance Music from around the World 
Balinese Gamelan Music 
Gamelan Angklung— Balinese Gamelan Music 
Tibetan Buddhist Monk Dancing 
Dance of the Skeleton— Tibetan Buddhist Monks 
Italian Tarantella and Saltarello 
Saltarello—Traditional Italian Folk Dance 
Symphony #4—Felix Mendelssohn “4th Movement” (Saltarello) 
West African Folk Dance Music 
Peul’s Dance—Senegal 
Acrobatic Dance of the Youths—Liberia 
Initiation Dance—Togo 
Celtic Reels 
Three Reels (played without pause)— Traditional Celtic Dance Music “The Boys of the Lough” “Over the Bog Road” “The Merry Harriers” 
The American Square Dance 
Bob Wills Square Dance #1—Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys 
Listening Chart 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 5 Songs 
Folk Songs, Art Songs, and Popular Songs 
Representative Folk Songs 
English Folk Songs 
Greensleeves —Traditional English Folk Song (poss. Henry VIII of England, 1500s) 
Blow the Man Down —Traditional English Sea Chantey 
African Folk Songs 
Gumbukumbu— Traditional African Folk Song 
Kumbaya—Traditional African Folk Song 
What Makes Music—Voices: Male Voices 
American Folk Songs 
Folk Song Inspired by War 
The Cruel War—Traditional Folk Song 
Folk Song Born of Slavery 
All the Pretty Little Horses—Traditional Folk Song 
Folk Song to Accompany Work 
John Henry—Traditional American Work Song 
Box: A Unique Type of Folk Song 
Pilentze Pee (Little Bird)—Traditional Bulgarian Folk Song. Translated by Milena Albrecht
Art Songs in the Western Historical Periods 
A Medieval Troubadour Song 
Ahi! Amours (Alas Love)—Conon de Bethune, ca. 1150–1220 
A Renaissance Lute Song 
I Care Not for These Ladies—Thomas Campion, 1567–1620 
A Classical/Romantic Art Song 
Biographical Spotlight: Franz Schubert 
Erlkönig (The Erlking)—Franz Schubert 
Art Songs with Orchestral Accompaniment 
“The Drunkard in Spring” from Das Lied Von Der Erde—Gustav Mahler 
The Emergence of Popular Song 
Stephen Foster 
Perspective—Words in Song 
Timeline of Songs 
Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair— Stephen Foster 
The Blues 
Twelve-Bar Blues Chord Progression 
Chord Names 
Every Day (I Have the Blues)—B. B. King 
Tin Pan Alley 
Puttin’ on the Ritz—Irving Berlin 
Jazz Songs 
Blue Skies—Irving Berlin 
Strange Fruit—Lewis Allan (Abel Meeropol) 
Rock and Roll 
Good Golly Miss Molly—Little Richard 
Roll Over Beethoven—Chuck Berry 
Rock Around the Clock— Bill Haley and the Comets 
The Impact of Rock and Roll 
Box: Rock and Roll Icons 
Blue Suede Shoes—Elvis Presley 
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction—The Rolling Stones 
Other Popular Styles 
Urban Folk 
The Times They Are a’ Changin— Bob Dylan 
R&B/Motown 
My Girl—The Temptations 
Blues/Rock 
Crossroads—Robert Johnson, performed by Cream 
Heavy Metal 
Metal Meltdown—Judas Priest 
Country 
Folsom Prison Blues—Johnny Cash 
Pop Music 
Candle in the Wind—Elton John, Lyrics by Bernie Taupin 
Alternative Rock 
Jeremy—Pearl Jam 
Listening Chart 
Higher Ground—The Red Hot Chili Peppers 
Rap/Hip-Hop 
Hard Times—Run-D.M.C. 
Lose Yourself—Eminem 
Popular Songs since 2000 
Swagga Like Us—T.I., Jay-Z, L’il Wayne 
DJ Got Us Falling In Love 2010—Usher—R&B influenced 
Find Your Love—Drake—Rap influenced 
Mean—Taylor Swift—Country influenced 
Hello—Adele—Pop influenced 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 6 Music for Mourning 
The Requiem Mass 
Biographical Spotlight: Giuseppe Verdi 
The Dies Irae 
Sequence (Dies Irae excerpt) from Requiem Mass in D minor—Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Sequence (Dies Irae excerpt) from Messa da Requiem—Giuseppe Verdi 
What Makes Music—Musical Instruments: The Brass Family 
A Requiem without the Dies Irae 
In Paradisum from Requiem in D minor— Gabriel Fauré 
Songs of Mourning 
Tears in Heaven—Eric Clapton 
“Nun will die Sonn . . . ” Movement I from Kindertotenlieder—Gustav Mahler (Now the sun will rise . . . ) 
Instrumental Music of Mourning 
Perspective—On the Transmigration of Souls by John Adams 
The Funeral March 
3rd Movement “Funeral March” from Piano Sonata #2 in B-flat minor—Frederic Chopin 
2nd Movement “Marcia Funebre” from Symphony #3 in E-flat major—Ludwig van Beethoven 
Threnody 
Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima— Krzysztof Penderecki 
The Adagio for Strings 
Timeline of Music for Mourning 
Adagio for Strings—Samuel Barber 
Dogon Funeral Music 
Dogon Funeral Music 
The New Orleans Jazz Funeral 
Just a Closer Walk with Thee—Jazz Funeral Dirge 
When the Saints Go Marching In— Traditional 
Native American Funeral Music 
Funeral Song—Watapai (Walapai) 
Listening Chart 
Warrior Death Song (for Sitting Bull)— Assinboine (Assiniboine) 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 7 Music for Celebration, Inspiration, and Commemoration 
Music for Celebration 
Happy Birthday 
Auld Lang Syne 

Auld Lang Syne—Traditional Scottish Folk Song performed by Guy Lombardo’s Orchestra 
The Wedding March from A Midsummer Night’s Dream 
Wedding March from A Midsummer Night’s Dream—Felix Mendelssohn 
Jewish Wedding Music 
Hava Nagila (Come Let Us Be Glad)—Traditional Jewish Folk Dance 
Wedding Dance—Traditional Jewish Klezmer Music 
Mexican Hat Dance 
Jarabe Tapatío—Jesús Rubio 
Music of Inspiration 
Fanfares 
Hail to the Chief—Ceremonial Fanfare 
Olympic Fanfare (opening flourish)— John Williams 
Olympic Fanfare (entire composition)— John Williams 
Fanfare for the Common Man—Aaron Copland 
National Anthems 
What Makes Music—Musical Instruments: The Percussion Family 
The Star Spangled Banner (verses 1 and 4)— words by Francis Scott Key, music by John Stafford Smith 
Marches 
The Stars and Stripes Forever—John Philip Sousa 
Music of Commemoration 
The Concert Overture 
Festive Overture—Dmitri Shostakovich 
The 1812 Overture 
Timeline of Music for Celebration, Inspiration, and Commemoration 
Perspective—Monuments and Memorials 
Biographical Spotlight: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky 
1812 Overture—Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky 
Lincoln Portrait 
Lincoln Portrait—Aaron Copland 
A Song of Celebration, Inspiration, and Commemoration 
Listening Chart 
We Shall Overcome—Pete Seeger, Guy Carawan, and Frank Hamilton 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 8 Music for the Concert Hall 
Development of the Concert Tradition 
Musical Experiences before the Twentieth Century 
Music For The Concert Hall—Historical Periods, Common Genres, and Composers 
Baroque Period, 1600–1750 
Style and Characteristics 
Musical Elements 
Baroque Instruments 
Box: The Baroque Orchestra 
The Basso Continuo 
Baroque Instrumental Genres 
Concerto Grosso 
Brandenburg Concerto #2, 1st movement— Johann Sebastian Bach 
Concerto 
Lute Concerto in D major, 2nd movement— Antonio Vivaldi 
The Fugue 
What Makes Music—Musical Instruments: Keyboards 
Little Organ Fugue in G minor—Johann Sebastian Bach 
Little Fugue in G minor (orchestrated)— Johann Sebastian Bach 
Biographical Spotlight: Johann Sebastian Bach 
The Trio Sonata and the Sonata 
Sonata, Opus 1 #3, Presto—Arcangelo Corelli 
Box: Italian Terms 
Classical Period, 1750–1825 
Style and Characteristics 
Perspective—Baroque to the Twenty-First Century (Part 1) 
Musical Elements 
Single-Movement Forms of the Classical Period 
Sonata Form 
Classical Instrumental Genres 
The Symphony 
Box: The Classical Orchestra 
Symphony #5 in C minor, 1st movement— Ludwig van Beethoven 
The String Quartet 
String Quartet in D minor, 2nd movement (Andante con moto)—Franz Schubert 
Box: Composition 
The Concerto 
Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra, 1st movement—Franz Joseph Haydn 
The Sonata 
Piano Sonata, Opus 13, 2nd movement—Ludwig van Beethoven 
Romantic Period, 1825–1900 
Style and Characteristics 
Timeline of Music for the Concert Hall 
Musical Elements 
Box: The Romantic Orchestra 
The Romantic Piano 
Ballade in G minor—Frederic Chopin 
Romantic Period Instrumental Genres 
Program Music, Nationalism, and Impressionism 
Program Music 
Till Eulenspiegel’s Lustige Streiche (Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks)—Richard Strauss 
Nationalism 
Night on Bald Mountain—Modest Mussorgsky, revised by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov 
Impressionism 
L’Après-midi d’un faun (The Afternoon of a Faun)—Claude Debussy 
The Romantic Symphony 
The New World Symphony 
Symphony #9, 2nd movement, Largo—excerpt Antonin Dvorˇák 
Goin’ Home—Melody composed by Antonin Dvorˇák, words by William Arms Fisher 
Symphony #9, 4th movement, Allegro con fuoco (Fast with fire)—Antonin Dvorˇák 
Twentieth/Twenty-First Century 1900–Present 
Style and Characteristics 
Perspective—Baroque to the Twenty-First Century (Part 2) 
A New Musical Language—Re-Evaluating Common Practices 
Serialism 
Expressionism 
Five Piano Pieces, two movements—Arnold Schoenberg
Langsam (Slowly)
Sehr rasch (Very quickly) 
Primitivism 
The Rite of Spring, excerpt “Adoration of the Earth”—Igor Stravinsky 
Neoclassicism 
Pulcinella, Overture and Allegro—Igor Stravinsky 
Avant-garde: Experiments in Modern Music 
The Banshee—Henry Cowell 
Traditionalism 
Twentieth/Twenty-First Century Tonality-Based Compositions 
Rhapsody in Blue 
Rhapsody in Blue—George Gershwin 
Afro-American Symphony 
Afro-American Symphony, 3rd movement “Animato”—William Grant Still 
Symphony #2, Mysterious Mountain 
Symphony #2, Mysterious Mountain, double fugue excerpt—Alan Hovhannes 
In C 
In C—Terry Riley 
Symphony #3, 4th movement—Philip Glass 
Crossover Music 
Blackberry Winter, 3rd movement—Conni Ellisor 
“Vivace” from Concerto Suite for Electric Guitar and Orchestra—Yngwie Malmsteen with David Rosenthal 
Since 2000 
Listening Chart 
Lost Vegas for symphonic band—3rd movement “Fever”—Michael Daugherty 
Sinfonia #3 La Salsa—1st Movement “Tumbao”—Roberto Sierra 
Last Round—1st Movement—Movido, urgente— Macho, cool, and dangerous—Osvaldo Golijov 
Song of Eight Unruly Tipsy Poets from Poems from Tang—Zhou Long 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 9 Music for the Movies 
Early Years of Movie Music 
The Jazz Singer 
Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye—Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman, Dan Russo 
Kol Nidre—Jewish Prayer 
Orchestral Scores 
King Kong, Main Title Sequence— Max Steiner 
The Sea Hawk, Main Title Sequence— Erich Wolfgang Korngold 
Gone with the Wind, Main Title Sequence— Max Steiner 
Alexander Nevsky—A Milestone in Movie Music 
Alexander Nevsky, “Battle on the Ice”—Sergei Prokofiev, Two excerpts 
Songs in Film 
Somewhere, Over the Rainbow—music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg 
As Time Goes By from Casablanca—Herman Hupfield 
An Evolving View of the Role of Music in Movies 
“Circus Music” from The Red Pony—Aaron Copland 
Musical Performances as Pivotal Scenes 
Die Wacht am Rhein/La Marseillaise from Casablanca 
The Storm Cloud Cantata from The Man Who Knew Too Much—Arthur Benjamin 
Wild Signals from Close Encounters of the Third Kind—John Williams 
Staged Musical Adaptations 
What Makes Music—The Conductor 
“Dat’s Love” from Carmen Jones—lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, music by Georges Bizet 
Classical Compositions That Appear in Movies 
Musical Biopics 
Timeline of Music for Movies 
Music for Animated Movies and Cartoons 
Cartoon Shorts 
Powerhouse—Raymond Scott 
William Tell Overture—Gioacchino Rossini 
Electronic Scores 
Forbidden Planet, Main Title Sequence—Louis and Bebe Barron 
Perspective 1—Music on Radio and Television 
Perspective 2—Music for Video Games 
Forbidden Planet, “Battle with Invisible Monster”—Louis and Bebe Barron 
Chariots of Fire, Main Title Sequence— Vangelis 
The Day the Earth Stood Still, “Prelude”— Bernard Herrmann 
The Influence of the Director 
“Ride of the Valkyries” from Die Walküre— Richard Wagner 
Prominent Composers of Movie Music 
“Murder” (Shower Scene from Psycho)—Bernard Herrmann 
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly—Main Theme—Ennio Morricone 
Gabriel’s Oboe from The Mission—Ennio Morricone 
Dr. No, “James Bond Theme”—John Barry 
Biographical Spotlight: John Williams 
Listening Chart 
Jaws, “Main Title and First Victim”— John Williams 
Star Wars, “Main Title Sequence”— John Williams 
Since 2000 
“Istanbul Grand Bazaar” from Skyfall— Thomas Newman 
“The Luzhin Defence” from The Luzhin Defence—Alexandre Desplat 
“Concerning Hobbits” from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring—Howard Shore 
“Main Theme” from Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV—Yoko Shimomura and John Graham 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening/Watching 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Chapter 10 The Experience of Improvisation 
Improvisation, a Uniquely Musical Experience 
The Improvisatory Framework 
Improvisation in Western Art Music 
Lute Concerto in D major, 2nd movement— Antonio Vivaldi 
Piano Concerto #1 in C major, 1st movement— Ludwig van Beethoven, Cadenza improvised by Galina Vracheva 
Improvisation in the Contemporary “Classical” Context 
A Night In Tunisia—Dizzy Gillespie, performed by the Turtle Island String Quartet 
Muir Woods Suite, ”Phase 5”—George Duke 
Improvisation in Jazz 
When the Saints Go Marching In—performed by Louis Armstrong 
West End Blues—Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five 
Biographical Spotlight: Louis Armstrong 
One O’Clock Jump—Count Basie and His Orchestra 
Take the “A” Train—Billy Strayhorn, performed by the Duke Ellington Orchestra 
In the Mood—Glenn Miller Big Band 
Straight No Chaser—Thelonious Monk 
A Night in Tunisia—Dizzy Gillespie 
Yvette—Stan Getz 
So What—Miles Davis 
Bitches Brew—Miles Davis 
Improvisation in Rock Music 
Good Golly Miss Molly—Little Richard 
Roll Over Beethoven—Chuck Berry 
The Experience of Improvisation Timeline 
Perspective—Improvisation in Theatre and Dance 
Rock Around the Clock—Bill Haley and the Comets 
Spoonful—Willie Dixon, performed by Cream 
You Enjoy Myself—Trey Anastasio, performed by Phish 
Improvisation in Non-Western Music 
Maqam Kurd—Traditional Arabic Improvisation 
What Makes Music—Musical Instruments: Plucked Strings 
Raga: Tilik Shayam—Performed by Ravi Shankar 
Listening Chart 
Summary 
Suggested Further Listening 
Question Assignment 
Listening Exercises 

Glossary of Key Terms 

Glossary of Key People and Compositions 

Appendix 

Index of Key Terms

Index of Key People and Compositions 

John Chiego

Education

BA - Music Education
Montclair State University (NJ)

MM - Double Bass Performance
Northwestern University

John Chiego is an active performer, educator and clinician with a wide variety of experience in both classical and popular music.  He is the Principal Bassist of the Memphis Symphony and has taught at summer music festivals across the U.S. including the Brevard Music Center.  Mr. Chiego has performed solo recitals and given Master Classes across the U.S. and Europe and at The International Society of Bassists worldwide conventions.  The breadth of his educational and performing experiences allows him to bring a fresh approach to the teaching of Music Appreciation.

The Musical Experience has been a great success! For the first time I can honestly say students are truly engaged and interested in learning about music appreciation.
Norman Gamboa | Washburn University
 
I really love The Musical Experience! Several students thanked me for making the class fun and enjoyable, and a great part of that was because of this book. It actually makes the student appreciate music, and in a "Music Appreciation" class that is the main goal, right?
Bernardo Scarambone | Alcorn State University

The Musical Experience’s combination of approaching music appreciation by genre and the wealth of contemporary examples made the subject matter much easier to grasp. This is the way music appreciation was meant to be taught!
Kenny Goodson | Northeast Texas Community College
 
Both my students and I have been very pleased with The Musical Experience and the online support that supplements it. I am particularly fond of the grade book and calendar functions. It makes organization of the course details a breeze.
Scott Johnson | Augustana College

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