Natvig, Mary: Teaching Music History (Ashgate Books) Hardback


Catalogue No: 9780754601296

Status: Usually despatched within 10 working days


Department: Biographies & Reference - Books & Literature (Classical)

More Product Details

More Product Details


Contents and Reviews

Contents: Introduction; Approaches to the Music History Survey: Providing context: teaching medieval and Renaissance music, Patrick Macey; Teaching baroque music to the bright and interested and ignorant, Kenneth Nott; What Chopin (and Mozart, and others) heard: Folk, popular, "functional" and non-western music in the Classic/Romantic survey course, Ralph P. Locke; Teaching music history (after the end of history): "History games" for the 20th-Century survey, Robert Fink; Teaching Non-Majors: the Introductory Course: Interdisciplinary approaches to the introduction to music course, Maria Archetto; The "why" of music: variations on a cosmic theme, Majorie Roth; First nights: awakening students' critical skills in a large lecture course, Noël Bisson; Topics Courses: Teaching "women in music", Mary Natvig; Teaching film music in the Liberal Arts curriculum, Michael Pisani; Don't fence me in: the pleasures of teaching American music, Susan C. Cook; General Issues: Teaching at a Liberal Arts college, Mary Hunter; Teaching in the centrifugal classroom, Pamela Starr; The myths of music history, Vincent Corrigan; Score and word: writing about music, Carol A. Hess; Peer learning in music history courses, J. Peter Burkholder; Creating anthologies for the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Russell E. Murray, Jr.; Bibliography; Index.