Pop Music in the Twentieth CenturyStudents will experience the sights and sounds of some of the most dynamic, exuberant times-ragtime, jazz, swing, the song era, and '50s and '60s rock and roll. Decri... Click To Read More About This Product
Pop Music in the Twentieth Century
Students will experience the sights and sounds of some of the most dynamic, exuberant times-ragtime, jazz, swing, the song era, and '50s and '60s rock and roll. Decriptions of the rise of folk music, hard rock, country, punk rock, disco, soul, funk, and reggae complete this comprehensive program. Both music and social studies teachers will be pleased with the suitability of this program, since, whatever way it is used, the ultimate goal will be achieved-to see an unforgettable, engaging program that captures, with musical expressiveness and historical accuracy, the spirit of the timesPart 1 Includes:
From the turn of the century to rock in the '60s, this program documents how the music became distinctly American in the early decades of the century.Part 2 Includes:
From the rise of folk music in the '60s to contemporary pop music, this program examines the crossover of country into the musical mainstream, hard rock's domination of the '70s, and the great musical diversity that characterized the '80s.
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