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The Enjoyment of Music Loose Leaf + Digital Product License Key Folder with Total Access Registration Card, 13th Edition

  • ISBN-10: 0393639053
  • ISBN-13: 9780393639056
  • 0 Pages | Best Buy Package
  • COPYRIGHT: 2019 Published
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Overview

About the Product

Listen. Learn. Appreciate. Share. For more than 60 years, this text has led the way in preparing students for a lifetime of listening to great music and understanding its cultural and historical context. The Thirteenth Edition builds on this foundation with NEW coverage of performance and musical style. NEW tools help students share their deepening listening skills and appreciation in writing and conversation.

Features

  • Digital teaching and learning resources that ensure student success Superb audio, video, and assessment content pairs with innovative Norton technologies like InQuizitive to deliver the best music appreciation resources available. All in a format that is powerful, flexible, and easily integrated with campus learning systems. And thanks to Total Access, it all comes included with every new text purchase—an incredible value.

Table of Contents

Part One: Materials of Music
Part Two: The Middle Ages and Renaissance
Part Three: The Baroque Era
Part Four: Eighteenth-Century Classicism
Part Five: The Nineteenth Century
Part Six: Twentieth-Century Modernism
Part Seven: Postmodernism: The Twentieth Century and Beyond

New to this edition

  • For 60 years, The Enjoyment of Music has set the standard for enhancing the listening experience for students--from the introduction of in-text Listening Guides to the development of innovative online pedagogy. This new edition raises the bar with leading-edge pedagogy that helps students listen, understand, and appreciate.
  • NEW in-text and online features prepare students to write and talk with confidence about the music they encounter in the course and beyond.
  • NEW “Performance Matters” feature for each period highlights the role of interpreters and the choices they make that matter to listeners. The feature considers both general questions of interpretations and the specific choices and challenges presented by each period’s music. And-–NEW to this edition-–eleven Listening Guides across the book include “Another Hearing”—a different performance of the same LG work to highlight differences in interpretation.