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Overview


In both content and design, MUSIC aims to meet the course challenges of cost, brevity, and relevance to students. Created through a "student-tested, faculty-approved" review process with hundreds of students and 200 faculty, MUSIC is an engaging and accessible solution to the diverse lifestyles of today's learners. MUSIC integrates classical works and vernacular music by introducing a broad range of styles and genres from the Middle Ages through the twenty-first century and the connections and contrasts between them. The result is a well-rounded view of musical life in each era. MUSIC is designed to meet the needs of instructors who want to give their students an inexpensive and brief text that has an appealing magazine style with short chapters that can easily be read in a sitting, as well as a strong technology component. The text is accompanied by an audio CD set, an interactive eBook, and a CourseMate website with streaming music, interactive listening guides, interactive demos of musical elements, interactive style comparisons, quizzing, flashcards, and more.
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"I love it. I think it's a wonderful tool with which to empower instructors to supplement their course materials. This would be great for most academic music classes. I can easily see myself using this in Music Appreciation and many other music courses. I hope you are considering including this technology with other music subject texts that you offer." --Stephanie Furry, Georgia Southern University

"They are superior in terms of how they integrate some text content with musical examples. Great to have segments that can be accessed to demonstrate compositional features, themes, orchestration, etc." -Mark Zanter, Marshall University

"Yes, yes, yes! I use Active Listening Tools in World Music, but this system seems so much better. For this course, even better, and I especially like the segments feature and the handy access to glossary." -Kurt Gilman, Lamar University

"The more I see of this text, the better I like it in terms of potential effectiveness. I have already advised my colleagues of some of its content. When it is fully available, it will definitely be under consideration." -Kurt Gilman, Lamar University

"I am continually struck by the terrific writing in this text. I really enjoyed reading these and think they are excellent!" -Henrietta Neeley, Harper College

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780495004684
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 1/1/2011
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Pages: 440
  • Sales rank: 430,513
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author


Michael Campbell is a writer and pianist. A California native, he is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Amherst College and holds a doctorate from Peabody Conservatory, where he studied piano with Leon Fleisher. As a commercial musician, he has assisted such artists as Angela Lansbury, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Bob Hope, Redd Foxx, Ethel Merman, and Don McLean. As a concert pianist, he has performed a broad range of repertoire, including his own transcriptions of recordings by Art Tatum, Jelly Roll Morton, and other legendary jazz pianists. He also performs all of the piano selections included with this textbook.
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Table of Contents


Part I: THE ELEMENTS OF MUSIC. 1. Points of Entry. Sound and Silence. Dynamics and Instrumentation. Rhythm. Melody. 2. Organizing Music. Harmony and Texture. Form. Style. Part II: SEVEN CENTURIES OF MUSIC. 3. Musical Life, 1000-1700. Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Baroque Music. 4. The Middle Ages. Chant. Secular Song and Dance in France. KEYS TO MEDIEVAL MUSIC. 5. The Renaissance. Josquin des Prez and Renaissance Polyphony. Music in Elizabethan England. KEYS TO RENAISSANCE MUSIC. 6. Early and Middle Baroque Opera. Monteverdi and Early Opera. Henry Purcell and Middle Baroque Opera. 7. Music in the Americas. Part III: THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. 8. Musical Life in the Eighteenth Century. From Baroque to Classical. 9. Late Baroque Instrumental Music. Sonata and Suite. The Baroque Concerto. 10. Late Baroque Vocal Music. Late Baroque Opera . . . and "Opera" in England. Sacred Vocal Music: Cantata and Oratorio. KEYS TO BAROQUE STYLE 11. Music and Politics. 12. The Classical Style. Classical Sonata and String Quartet. The Classical Symphony. Mozart and Opera. The Classical Concerto. KEYS TO CLASSICAL STYLE Part IV: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. 13. Musical Life in the Nineteenth Century. The Romantic Era. 14. Beethoven. Beethoven and the Piano Sonata. Beethoven and the Symphony. 15. Vocal Music in the Nineteenth Century. Schubert and the Art Song. Spiritual Music: The Requiem. Operetta and Opera Comique. Opera and Music Drama. 16. Romantic Instrumental Music. Early Romantic Piano Music. The Romantic Orchestra and Program Music. The Symphony and Concerto in the Romantic Era. Music and Dance: The Waltz. Nationalism. KEYS TO ROMANTIC STYLE Part V: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY AND BEYOND. 17. Musical Life in the Twentieth Century and Beyond. The Twentieth Century and Beyond. 18. "Isms": European Concert Music in the Early Twentieth Century. Expressionism. Impressionism and Beyond. Primitivism. 19. American Classical and Classic Music in the Early Twentieth Century. Charles Ives: Toward an American Art Music. "Lift Ev'ry Voice": The African American Spiritual. The Jazz Age. The Broadway Musical and American Popular Song. 20. European Concert Music Between the Wars. Serialism. Stravinsky and Neoclassicism. Art and the People: The Americas. Art and the People: Eastern Europe. 21. Sound Frontiers. The American Avant-Garde After 1945. The Avant-Garde in Europe. 22. From Vernacular to Art. Jazz: America's Art Music. Musical Theater After Show Boat. Latin Dance Music. The Rock Revolution. 23. Late Twentieth-Century Music for Concert and Film. Uncommon Women. Music and Film. Minimalism. KEYS TO TWENTIETH-CENTURY STYLE Index. LIST OF MUSIC Hildegard of Bingen, "Nunc aperuit nobis" Machaut, "Puis qu'en oubli" Anonymous, "La ultime estampie real" Anonymous, "L'homme arme" tune Josquin, Kyrie, from Missa l'homme arme sexti toni Luther, "Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott" Luther/Walter, "Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott" Bach, Chorale, from "Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott" Wilbye, "Adew, Sweet Amarillis" Morley, "O Mistresse Mine" (vocal) Morley, "O Mistresse Mine" (instrumental) Monteverdi, "Possente spirto," Orfeo Purcell, "Thy Hand, Belinda," Dido and Aeneas Purcell, "When I Am Laid in Earth," Dido and Aeneas Plains Indians War Dance Anonymous, Song for Odudua Anonymous, "Barbara Allen" Guinchard, "Boston Laddie" Corelli, Sonata in C major, 1st & 2nd movements Bach, Gigue, from Orchestral Suite No. 3 Vivaldi, Violin Concerto in E major ("Spring"), 1st movement Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, 1st movement Handel, "E pur così" and "Piangero," Giulio Cesare in Egitto Gay/Pepusch, "I'm Bubbled," "Cease Your Funning," and "How Now, Madam Flirt?" The Beggar's Opera Bach, "Und wenn die Welt voll Teufel wär," from Cantata No. 80, Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott Handel, Hallelujah Chorus, from Messiah Anonymous, "God Save the King" Haydn, "Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser" Billings, "Chester" Mozart, Sonata in F major, 1st movement Haydn, String Quartet in C major ("Bird"), 1st movement Haydn, Symphony No. 94 in G major, 1st movement Mozart, "La ci darem la mano," Don Giovanni Mozart, "A cenar teco," Don Giovanni Mozart, Concerto in C minor, 1st movement Beethoven, Sonata No. C minor ("Pathetique"), 1st movement Beethoven, Symphony No. 5 in C minor, 1st-4th movements Schubert, Erlkönig Schubert, Gretchen am Spinnrade Foster, "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" Foster, "De Camptown Races" The Duhks, "Camptown Races" Brahms, "Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen," from Ein deutsches Requiem Adams/Mason, "Nearer, My God, to Thee" Newton, "Amazing Grace" Gilbert/Sullivan, "I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General," The Pirates of Penzance Bizet, "L'amour est un oiseau rebelle," Carmen Verdi, "Dite alla giovine," La traviata Wagner, Act 1 conclusion, Die Walküre C. Schumann, Romance in G minor R. Schumann, "Aufschwung," from Fantasiestücke Chopin, Etude in C minor ("Revolutionary") Chopin, Prelude No. 3 in G major Chopin, Prelude No. 4 in E minor Berlioz, "Songe d'une nuit de sabbat," Symphonie fantastique, 5th movement Brahms, Symphony No. 2 in D major, 3rd movement Tchaikovsky, Violin Concerto in D major, 3rd movement Strauss, The Emperor Waltz, excerpt Tchaikovsky, Waltz, from The Sleeping Beauty Dvo?ák, Slavonic Dance in G minor Schoenberg, "Nacht," Pierrot lunaire Debussy, "Voiles," from Preludes Debussy, "Minstrels," from Preludes Stravinsky, "Introduction," "The Augurs of Spring," and "Mock Abduction," from The Rite of Spring Sousa, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" Joplin, "The Entertainer" Ives, "Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut," from Three Places in New England Hayes, "Lord, I Can't Stay Away" Smith, "Empty Bed Blues" Armstrong, "Hotter Than That" Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue Kern/Hammerstein, "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man," Show Boat Webern, Concerto for Nine Instruments, 2nd movement Stravinsky, Symphony of Psalms, 1st movement Chavez, Sinfonia India, excerpt Copland, Appalachian Spring, 1st & 2nd sections Bartok, Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta, 2nd movement Prokofiev, "Peregrinus expectavi," from Alexander Nevsky Cage, Sonata V from Sonatas and Interludes Babbitt, Ensembles for Synthesizer, excerpt Penderecki, Tren (Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima), excerpt Parker/Gillespie, "Salt Peanuts" Bernstein/Sondheim, "Cool," West Side Story Machito, "Carambola" Piazzolla, "Chique" Berry, "Sweet Little 16" Wilson, "Surfin' U.S.A." Dylan, "Subterranean Homesick Blues" Tower, Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman Zwilich, Concerto Grosso 1985, 1st movement Williams, "Main Title/Rebel Blockade Runner," Star Wars Episode IV Tan, "Farewell," Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Reich, Music for 18 Musicians, Section IIIA Pärt, Kyrie, from Berlin Mass
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