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Understanding Music,9780130811257

Understanding Music

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Summary

"Jeremy Yudkin's" book is a rich music appreciation program that supports the ultimate goal of teaching active listening. By focusing on music of the Western tradition in its social, historical, and global context, this book engages readers in an active listening experience of music through a lively narrative text and innovative activities. Topic coverage includes music around the world, the fundamentals of music, the art of listening, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Baroque Era, the Classic Era, Beethoven, the Nineteenth Century, and the Twentieth Century. For those interested in developing active listening skills and a deeper appreciation for music.

Table of Contents

PREFACE xix(8)
FOREWORD xxvii
CHAPTER 1 MUSIC AROUND THE WORLD
1(23)
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF MUSIC
2(3)
MUSIC AS A REFLECTION OF SOCIETY
5(10)
THE UNITED STATES: A TEST CASE
5(2)
WORLD MUSIC: VIEW FROM A SATELLITE
7(1)
WHAT TO LISTEN FOR IN MUSIC AROUND THE WORLD
8(1)
ATTITUDE TOWARD MUSIC OF THE PAST
9(1)
TEXTURE
9(1)
MELODY
10(1)
RHYTHM
10(1)
TONE COLOR: VOICES AND INSTRUMENTS
11(2)
MUSICAL CONTEXT
13(1)
ATTITUDES TOWARD THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN
13(1)
TIME
14(1)
LISTENING TO MUSIC FROM AROUND THE WORLD
15(3)
JAPANESE SHAKUHACHI MUSIC
15(2)
GAMELAN MUSIC FROM THE INDONESIAN ISLAND OF JAVA
17(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Listening Sketch for Shakuhachi Music: Koku-Reibo (A Bell Ringing in the Empty Sky)
18(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Listening Sketch for Javanese Gamelan Music: Gangsaran -- Bima Kurda -- Gangsaran
20(3)
AFRICAN DRUMMING AND MBIRA MUSIC
21(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Listening Sketch for Mbira Music: Chemetengure/Mudendero
23(1)
CHAPTER 2 FUNDAMENTALS
24(41)
THE ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
25(17)
SOUND AND TEXTURE
25(2)
PITCH
27(1)
NOTATION
28(3)
INTERVALS
31(1)
CONSONANCE AND DISSONANCE
31(1)
MELODY
32(2)
HARMONY
34(1)
KEY AND TONALITY
35(1)
SCALES
36(2)
KEY SIGNATURES
38(1)
CHORDS
39(1)
CADENCES
40(1)
RHYTHM
40(1)
BEAT
41(1)
MEASURE & METER
42(1)
Box: Figuring Out the Meter
42(4)
TEMPO
45(1)
DYNAMICS
45(1)
MUSICAL FORM
46(1)
MAKING MUSIC: VOICES
47(1)
MAKING MUSIC: INSTRUMENTS
48(1)
THE ORCHESTRA
49(11)
STRINGS
51(2)
WOODWINDS
53(2)
BRASS
55(1)
PERCUSSION
56(1)
KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS
57(3)
REHEARSALS
60(1)
EMOTION IN MUSIC
61(1)
PERFORMANCES
62(1)
HISTORICAL PERIODS AND INDIVIDUAL STYLE
63(2)
CHAPTER 3 THE ART OF LISTENING
65(15)
SOUND, RHYTHM, AND TEXTURE
66(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Paul Dukas, Fanfare from La Peri
67(1)
MUSIC AND WORDS, KEY, DISSONANCE
68(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Franz Schubert, Song for voice and piano, Gretchen am Spinnrade (Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel)
68(3)
FORM, DYNAMICS, TEMPO, METER, CADENCES, AND KEY
71(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Minuet and Trio from Symphony No. 18 in F Major, K. 130
71(4)
BEATS, METER, FORM AND TONE COLOR
74(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Benny Harris, Crazeology
75(2)
TEXTURE, CHROMATICISM, AND WORD-PAINTING
77(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Maddalena Casulana, Madrigal, Morte, te chiamo (Death, I Call on You)
77(2)
ALASTAIR REID, "A LESSON IN MUSIC"
79(1)
CHAPTER 4 THE MIDDLE AGES: 400--1400
80(16)
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC
82(1)
Box: Medieval Technology
82(1)
THE MUSIC OF THE MIDDLE AGES
83(2)
PART ONE: PLAINCHANT
83(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Kyrie (plainchant)
85(2)
PART TWO: SECULAR SONG AND POLYPHONY
86(1)
SECULAR SONG
86(1)
POLYPHONY
86(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Beatriz de Dia, Song, A chantar
87(2)
Box: Performance of Medieval Music
89(3)
LISTENING GUIDE Perotinus, Viderunt Omnes
92(1)
Special Box Feature: Composers, Patrons, and Audiences: The Medieval Audience
93(2)
LATE MEDIEVAL POLYPHONIC SONG
94(1)
THE END OF THE MIDDLE AGES
94(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Guillaume de Machaut, Secular song (rondeau), Doulz Viaire Gracieus
95(1)
CHAPTER 5 THE RENAISSANCE: 1400--1600
96(20)
LIFE AND TIMES IN THE RENAISSANCE
97(2)
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF RENAISSANCE MUSIC
99(1)
MUSIC IN THE EARLY RENAISSANCE
99(1)
THE RENAISSANCE MASS
100(1)
THE MID-RENAISSANCE
100(1)
JOSQUIN DESPREZ (C. 1440-1521)
100(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Venantius Fortunatus, Plainchant hymn, Pange Lingua
101(2)
JOSQUIN'S PANGE LINGUA MASS
102(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Josquin Desprez, Kyrie from the Pange Lingua Mass
103(5)
THE LATE RENAISSANCE
104(1)
Special Box Feature: Composers, Patrons, and Audiences: Patronage
105(1)
THE COUNTER-REFORMATION AND THE MUSIC OF PALESTRINA
106(1)
THE RENAISSANCE MOTET
107(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Motet, from the Song of Songs, Vineam Meam Non Custodivi
108(4)
THE RENAISSANCE SECULAR SONG
110(1)
THE MADRIGAL
110(1)
Box: Musical Borrowing
110(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Thomas Morley, Two English Madrigals
112(2)
THE RISE OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
113(1)
Box: The Importance of Dancing
113(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Giovanni Gabrieli, Canzona Duodecimi Toni
114(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Tielman Susato, Ronde and Saltarelle
115(1)
CHAPTER 6 THE BAROQUE ERA: 1600-1750
116(41)
LIFE IN THE BAROQUE ERA
117(2)
Special Box Feature: Composers, Patrons, and Audiences: Audiences in the Baroque Era
119(1)
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF BAROQUE MUSIC
120(1)
THE EARLY BAROQUE (1600-1700)
121(2)
MONTEVERDI AND THE FIRST GREAT OPERA
123(1)
THE STORY OF THE OPERA
123(1)
Box: An Argument over the Future of Music
123(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Claudio Monteverdi, Excerpts from the opera Orfeo
124(4)
OPERA IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
127(1)
HENRY PURCELL AND ENGLISH OPERA
127(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Henry Purcell, Dido's lament from the opera Dido and Aeneas
128(3)
SONATA AND CONCERTO
129(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Arcangelo Corelli, Trio Sonata, Op. 3, No. 7, for two violins and basso continuo
131(6)
FRENCH MUSIC
132(2)
THE LATE BAROQUE (1700-1750)
134(3)
LATE BAROQUE OPERA
134(1)
THE LATE BAROQUE CONCERTO
135(1)
ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741)
135(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Antonio Vivaldi, First Movement from Violin Concerto, Op. 8, No. 1, La Primavera ("Spring"), from The Four Seasons
137(3)
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750)
138(2)
Box: Musical Imitations
140(1)
Box: A Musical Offering
141(1)
BATCH'S MUSIC
141(1)
BACH'S ORGAN MUSIC
141(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Johann Sebastian Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D minor
142(2)
BACH'S KEYBOARD, INSTRUMENTAL, AND ORCHESTRAL MUSIC
143(1)
BACH'S VOCAL CHURCH MUSIC
143(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Johann Sebastian Bach, First Movement from Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F Major
144(3)
LISTENING GUIDE Johann Sebastian Bach, St. Matthew Passion (excerpt)
147(5)
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685-1759)
149(2)
HANDEL'S MUSIC
151(1)
LISTENING GUIDE George Frideric Handel, Giulio Cesare, Act III, Scene 4
152(1)
Box: Castratos
153(2)
LISTENING GUIDE George Frideric Handel, "Halleluyah" Chorus from Messiah
155(2)
CHAPTER 7 THE CLASSIC ERA: 1750-1800
157(36)
FROM ABSOLUTISM TO ENLIGHTENMENT TO REVOLUTION
158(4)
THE MUSICAL PUBLIC
161(1)
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CLASSIC MUSIC
162(2)
GENRES OF CLASSIC MUSIC
163(1)
OPERA
163(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Giovanni Pergolesi, Opera, La Serva Padrona (Duet from Act I)
164(7)
SYMPHONY
169(1)
CHAMBER MUSIC
169(2)
CONVENTION IN CLASSIC MUSIC
171(1)
FORMS OF CLASSIC MUSIC
171(3)
SONATA FORM
171(1)
ARIA FORM
172(1)
MINUET AND TRIO FORM
173(1)
RONDO FORM
173(1)
SUMMARY
173(1)
THE EARLY CLASSIC PERIOD
174(1)
THE CLASSIC MASTERS
174(1)
FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809)
175(1)
Box: Haydn's Contract
175(2)
HAYDN'S MUSIC
176(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Franz Joseph Haydn, Minuet And Trio From Symphony No. 45 in F-sharp Minor
177(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Franz Joseph Haydn, Fourth Movement From String Quartet, Op. 33, No. 2, in E-flat Major
179(2)
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791)
181(1)
Box: Leopold Mozart
181(1)
Box: The Boy Genius
182(1)
Special Box Feature: Composers, Patrons, and Audiences: Composers and Patrons in the Classic Era
184(2)
MOZART'S MUSIC
185(1)
Box: Musical Forgeries
186(1)
LISTENING GUIDE: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Second Movement From Piano Concerto No. 21 In C Major, K. 467
187(3)
LISTENING GUIDE Wolfgang Amadeus Mozari, First Movement From Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550
190(3)
CHAPTER 8 BEETHOVEN
193(27)
BEETHOVEN'S LIFE
194(2)
BEETHOVEN'S EARLY LIFE
195(1)
THE HEROIC PHASE
195(1)
Box: Beethoven's Personality
196(2)
PERSONAL CRISIS AND HALT TO PRODUCTIVITY
197(1)
LATE YEARS
197(1)
BEETHOVEN'S MUSIC
198(1)
Box: Beethoven's Work Habits
198(1)
LISTENING EXAMPLES
199(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Ludwig Van Beethoven Six Easy Variations on a Swiss Tune for Piano Solo
199(1)
BEETHOVEN'S FIFTH SYMPHONY
200(1)
Box: Music Critics
201(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Ludwig Van Beethoven, Symphony No. 5 In C Minor
202(13)
Box: Beethoven's Piano-playing
215(1)
BEETHOVEN'S LATE MUSIC
215(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Ludwig van Beethoven, Third Movement from Piano Sonata In E Major, Op. 109
216(4)
CHAPTER 9 THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
220(96)
THE AGE OF ROMANTICISM
221(8)
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
222(1)
POLITICAL, INTELLECTUAL, AND SOCIAL CHANGES
222(2)
THE NEW ARTISTIC SPIRIT
224(3)
MUSIC FOR ALL
227(1)
THE NEW SOUND
227(2)
Box: The History of the Pianoforte, 1700-1860
229(6)
DYNAMICS
230(1)
TEMPO AND EXPRESSION
230(1)
MELODY
230(1)
HARMONY
230(1)
FORM
230(2)
PROGRAM MUSIC
232(1)
MASSIVE AND MINIATURE
232(1)
FAVORITE ROMANTIC GENRES
232(1)
FAVORITE ROMANTIC INSTRUMENTS
233(1)
THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE CROWD
233(1)
WOMEN IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY MUSIC
234(1)
ROMANTIC SONG
234(1)
PART ONE: EARLY ROMANTICISM
235(2)
FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828)
235(1)
SCHUBERT'S MUSIC
236(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Franz Schubert, Song, Die Forelle (The Trout)
237(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Franz Schubert, Fourth Movement from Quintet in A Major, D. 667 (The Trout)
239(4)
HECTOR BERLIOZ (1803-1869)
241(1)
BERLIOZ'S MUSIC
242(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Hector Berlioz, First Movement From Symphonie fantastique (Fantastical Symphony)
243(7)
FELIX MENDELSSOHN (1809-1847)
248(1)
MENDELSSOHN'S MUSIC
249(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Felix Mendelssohn, First Movement from Concerto in E minor for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 64
250(3)
FANNY MENDELSSOHN HENSEL (1805-1847)
252(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Lied from Songs Without Words, Op. 8, No. 3
253(1)
Special Box Feature: Composers, Patrons, and Audiences
254(2)
FRYDERYK CHOPIN (1810-1849)
255(1)
CHOPIN'S MUSIC
255(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Fryderyk Chopin, Prelude in E Minor, Op. 28, for piano
256(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Fryderyk Chopin, Waltz in D-flat Major, Op. 64, No. 1, for piano solo (Minute Waltz)
258(3)
ROBERT SCHUMANN (1810-1856)
259(2)
SCHUMANN'S MUSIC
261(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Robert Schumann, Traumerei (Dreaming), from Kinderszenen, Op. 15, for piano
261(1)
CLARA SCHUMANN (1819-1896)
262(1)
Box: Clara Schumann
263(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Clara Schumann, Third Movement from Trio in G minor for piano, violin, and cello
264(2)
PART TWO: MID-ROMANTICISM
266(15)
WORKS FOR SOLO PIANO
266(1)
SYMPHONIC PROGRAM MUSIC
266(1)
OPERA
266(1)
NATIONALISM
267(1)
FRANZ LISZT (1811-1886)
267(2)
LISZT'S MUSIC
269(1)
Box: Critical Views of Liszt
270(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Franz Liszt, Transcendental Etude No. 10 in F Minor
271(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Franz Liszt, Symphonic Poem, Hamlet
273(5)
VERDI AND WAGNER
276(1)
GIUSEPPE VERDI (1813-1901)
276(1)
VERDI'S MUSIC
277(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Giuseppe Verdi, Otello (excerpt)
278(5)
RICHARD WAGNER (1813-1883)
282(1)
Box: The Ring Cycle
283(1)
Box: The Bayreuth Festival
284(2)
WAGNER'S MUSIC
285(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Richard Wagner, Prelude and Liebestod from the music drama Tristan und Isolde
286(6)
THE NATIONALIST COMPOSERS
291(1)
RUSSIA
291(1)
BOHEMIA
291(1)
MORAVIA
291(1)
SCANDINAVIA
291(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Bedrich Smetana, Symphonic Poem, The Moldau
292(3)
SPAIN
294(1)
FRANCE
294(1)
PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY (1840-1893)
294(1)
TCHAIKOVSKY'S MUSIC
295(1)
Box: Copyright
295(4)
LISTENING GUIDE Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, First Movement from Symphony No. 4 in F Minor
296(3)
PART THREE: LATE ROMANTICISM
299(3)
JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833-1897)
299(1)
BRAHMS'S MUSIC
300(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Johannes Brahms, Wiegenlied (Lullaby), Op. 49, No. 4
302(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Johannes Brahms, Fourth Movement from Symphony No. 4 In E Minor
303(6)
GIACOMO PUCCINI (1858-1924)
308(1)
PUCCINI'S MUSIC
308(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Giacomo Puccini, Un bel di (One fine day) from Madama Butterfly
309(2)
GUSTAV MAHLER (1860-1911)
311(1)
Box: Alma Mahler
312(2)
MAHLER'S MUSIC
312(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Gustav Mahler, Fourth Movement, Urlicht (Primeval Light) From Symphony No. 2 In C Minor (Resurrection)
314(2)
CHAPTER 10 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY I: THE CLASSICAL SCENE
316(91)
AN OVERVIEW
317(3)
HISTORY AND THE ARTS, 1900-1939
317(2)
1939 TO THE PRESENT
319(1)
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TWENTIETH-CENTURY MUSIC
320(3)
THE REPLACEMENT OF TONALITY
320(1)
MELODY
321(1)
RHYTHM
322(1)
LENGTH
322(1)
TONE COLOR AND SOUND
322(1)
THE BEGINNINGS OF CHANGE
323(1)
IMPRESSIONISM AND SYMBOLISM
323(2)
CLAUDE DEBUSSY (1862-1918)
324(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Claude Debussy, Prelude a L'apres-midi d'un faune
325(3)
PRIMITIVISM
328(2)
IGOR STRAVINSKY (1882-1971)
328(1)
STRAVINSKY AND NEO-CLASSICISM
329(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Igor Stravinsky, First Movement from Concerto In E-flat (Dumbarton Oaks) for Chamber Orchestra
330(5)
STRAVINSKY'S MUSIC
333(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Igor Stravinsky, Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rite of Spring), opening section
335(3)
EXPRESSIONISM
338(4)
ARNOLD SCHOENBERG (1874-1951)
339(3)
Box: Schoenberg and Atonality
342(2)
SCHOENBERG'S MUSIC
342(1)
SCHOENBERG'S STUDENTS
343(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Arnold Schoenberg, Madonna from Pierrot Lunaire
344(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Arnold Schoenberg, Theme and Sixth Variation from Variations for Orchestra, Op. 31
346(5)
ALBAN BERG (1885-1935)
348(1)
BERG'S MUSIC
348(1)
BERG'S WOZZECK, ACT III, SCENES 3, 4, AND 5
349(1)
WOZZECK, ACT III, SCENE 3
350(1)
WOZZECK, ACT III, SCENE 4
350(1)
WOZZECK, ACT III, SCENE 5
350(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Alban Berg, Wozzeck, Act III, Scenes 3, 4, and 5
351(9)
ANTON WEBERN (1883-1945)
358(1)
WEBERN'S MUSIC
359(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Anton Webern, Third Movement from Five Movements for String Quartet, Op. 5
360(2)
OTHER COMPOSERS ACTIVE BEFORE WORLD WAR II: BARTOK, SHOSTAKOVICH, BRITTEN, IVES, COPLAND
361(1)
BELA BARTOK (1881-1945)
361(1)
BARTOK'S MUSIC
361(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Bela Bartok, Fifth Movement (Allegro molto) from String Quartet No. 4
362(4)
DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH (1906-1975)
364(1)
BENJAMIN BRITTEN (1913-1976)
365(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Benjamin Britten, Sanctus from War Requiem
366(4)
THE AMERICAN SCENE
368(1)
CHARLES IVES (1874-1954)
369(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Charles Ives, Second Movement from Three Places in New England ("Putnam's Camp, Redding, Conn.")
370(3)
AARON COPLAND (1900-1990)
371(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Aaron Copland, Fanfare for the Common Man
373(1)
BUILDING BRIDGES
374(1)
GEORGE GERSHWIN (1898-1937)
374(1)
LISTENING GUIDE George Gershwin, "Bess, You Is My Woman Now" from Porgy and Bess
374(5)
LEONARD BERNSTEIN (1918-1990)
377(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Leonard Bernstein, "Make Our Garden Grow" from Candide
379(2)
Special Box Feature: Composers, Patrons, and Audiences: Audiences for Music in the Twentieth Century
381(1)
AFTER THE WAR: MODERNISM, THE SECOND STAGE
382(1)
TOTAL SERIALISM
382(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Pierre Boulez, Structures I
383(2)
Box: Who Cares If You Listen?
385(2)
THE RADICAL SIXTIES: NEW SOUNDS, FREEDOM, AND CHANCE
385(1)
NEW SOUNDS
385(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Krzysztof Penderecki, Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima
387(3)
FREEDOM AND CHANCE
389(1)
POSTMODERNISM
390(1)
Box: Music in the Late Twentieth Century
391(2)
POSTMODERN MUSIC
392(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Lukas Foss, Third Movement (Recitative--after Monteverdi) from Renaissance Concerto for Flute and Orchestra
393(4)
Box: The Kronos Quartet
397(2)
FUSION
398(1)
INCLUSION
399(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Pauline Oliveros, Sound Patterns
400(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Olly Wilson, Sometimes
401(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Joan Tower, Wings
402(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Third Movement (Rondo) From Symphony No. 1
404(3)
CHAPTER 11 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY II: JAZZ, AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL
407(24)
THE HISTORY OF JAZZ
409(1)
ORIGINS
409(1)
BAND MUSIC
409(1)
RAGTIME
409(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Scott Joplin, Maple Leaf Rag, for piano solo
410(2)
THE BLUES
411(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Bessie Smith, Florida-Bound Blues (voice and piano)
412(4)
DIXIELAND
414(1)
SWING
415(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Louis Armstrong, Hotter Than That
416(3)
LISTENING GUIDE Duke Ellington, It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
419(4)
BEBOP
421(2)
LISTENING GUIDE The Charlie Parker Quartet, Confirmation
423(4)
COOL JAZZ
424(1)
FREE JAZZ
425(1)
FUSION
426(1)
Box: Jazz and Classical
427(2)
THE NINETIES
427(2)
LISTENING GUIDE Wynton Marsalis, Harriet Tubman
429(2)
CHAPTER 12 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY III: POPULAR MUSIC
431(43)
STYLES OF POPULAR MUSIC
432(1)
BEGINNINGS: 1850-1950
432(1)
Special Box Feature: Composers, Patrons, and Audiences: Patronage and Commercialization
433(2)
Box: Copyright and Royalties for Popular Music
435(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Frank Sinatra, Blue Moon
436(2)
Box: Some of the Most Successful Popular Songs Before 1950
438(1)
THE FORTUNATE FIFTIES
438(3)
ROCK AND ROLL: THE BEGINNINGS
439(1)
ELVIS PRESLEY
440(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Elvis Presley, Blue Suede Shoes
441(4)
REBELLION
443(1)
EARLY ROCK AND ROLL: STRUCTURE AND STYLE
444(1)
EARLY ROCK AND ROLL: BLACK AND WHITE
444(1)
THE TURBULENT SIXTIES
445(1)
Box: John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address (Extracts)
446(1)
Box: Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" Speech (Extracts)
446(4)
THE BEATLES
447(3)
LISTENING GUIDE The Beatles, It Won't Be Long
450(1)
LISTENING GUIDE The Beatles, Strawberry Fields Forever
451(2)
BOB DYLAN
452(1)
LISTENING GUIDE Bob Dylan, Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
453(4)
JIMI HENDRIX
456(1)
ADDITIONAL NOTES TO THE SIXTIES
456(1)
MOTOWN
456(1)
Box: The Stratocaster
457(3)
SURFING SONGS
458(1)
FOLK
458(1)
COUNTRY
458(1)
THE BRITISH BLUES REVIVAL
459(1)
THE 1970S AND 1980S: VARIETY, LEGACY, AND CHANGE
460(3)
LISTENING GUIDE Michael Jackson, Billie Jean
463(1)
Box: Censorship in Popular Music
463(3)
LISTENING GUIDE Madonna, Material Girl
466(1)
THE NINETIES: RAP, RAGE, AND REACTION
467(3)
LISTENING GUIDE Queen Latifah, Unity
470(4)
GLOSSARY AND MUSICAL EXAMPLE LOCATOR 474(5)
CREDITS 479(4)
INDEX 483


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