Music in the United States A Historical Introduction
Edition: 4th 2000 (Revised)
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Description: For one-semester undergraduate and graduate courses in the history of music in the United States, especially geared for music majors. A basic knowledge of music terminology and concepts is required. A scholarly yet highly readable and by now classic introduction to American music from colonial times through the end of the 20th centuryrevised and updated to reflect the latest scholarship and critical views. This text provides comprehensive treatment of both cultivated and vernacular music in the United States. Part of the highly acclaimed Prentice Hall History of Music Series.
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List price: $132.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/16/1999
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|The Colonial and Federal Eras (to 1820)|
|Sacred Music in New England and Other Colonies|
|Secular Music in New England and Other Colonies|
|The Romantic Century (1820-1920)|
|Cultivated and Vernacular Traditions, and the Impact of Romanticism|
|The Cultivated Tradition, 1820-1865|
|The Vernacular Tradition, 1820-1920|
|The Cultivated Tradition, 1865-1920|
|Between the World Wars (1920-1945)|
|The 1930s and Early 1940s|
|Since World War II|
|The Post-War Decades: Into the 1960s|
|Intersections, Interactions, Projections: From the 1960s to the Mid-1970s|
|Entering the Pluralistic Postmodern Era: From the Mid-1970s to the Mid-1980s|
|New Currents Coalesce: Since the Mid-1980s|
|(This chapter written by Kyle Gann.)|