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INTRO TO AM MUS 2E  PA(W/REG CARD,9780393935318
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INTRO TO AM MUS 2E PA(W/REG CARD

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9780393935318

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0393935310
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Pub. Date:
2/17/2013
Publisher(s):
W W NORTON
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Summary

Richard Crawford and Larry Hamberlin show how the lively interactions between the folk, popular, and classical spheres have made American music resonate with audiences around the world. Students will learn how to listen critically to eighty-eight pieces in all the major styles and genres, while gaining a clearer understanding of music's role in the history of American society, business, and technology.


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