Joseph Kerman,. Gary Tomlinson. · Rating details · ratings · 9 reviews. With its superb recording package and innovative listening charts, this landmark . Joseph Kerman (Author, University of California, Berkeley), Gary Tomlinson Listen makes music accessible to all with its concise historical and cultural. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Listen (Brief Fourth Edition) on Discogs.

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Listen: Brief Fifth Edition

Connect to Spotify Dismiss. Ave maris stella — Guillaume Dufay. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I took the introductory music history course taught by Prof. Time lines Appendix A locate composers in relation to other important historical figures and events. As Vesta was from Latmos hill descending — Thomas Weelkes.

Hawai’ian Chant, “Mele Pule” — [anonymous]. Tristan und Isolde, Prelude — Richard Wagner. Paperbackpages. A new version of Last. Return to Book Page.

Kerman, Joseph, and Tomlinson, Gary / LISTEN (7th ed.) () | R. Joseph Rodriguez –

This probably is the first textbook I actually have read cover-to-cover. The chapters include historical details that provide a context for the arts of the time, most importantly music.

Since Listen ‘s original vary init has received praise for its distinctive lively prose. Rick Shepard rated it really liked it Jun 27, Ginny rated it really liked it Nov 02, Tanya rated it really liked it Nov 29, One of the leading musicologists of his generation, his book Contemplating Music: Davron rated it really liked it Feb 14, Biography boxes on the lives of major composers include portraits, concise lists of their work, and suggestions for further listening.


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Available Our Retail Price: Books by Joseph Kerman. Suite Passacaglia — Girolamo Frescobaldi. No trivia or quizzes yet. Columba Aspexit — Hildegard von Bingen.

Total Access is also available as a standalone purchase online. Chad Curry rated it really liked it Mar 24, Sudanese song with lyre accompaniment — Doogus Idris. Theoretical rated it it was amazing Mar 07, IV — Ludwig van Beethoven.

Coniah Grimes rated it really liked it Nov 07, I did not have that genuine interest, but it was still really informative. Pange lingua Mass, Kyrie — Josquin des Prez.

Four Prelude chapters–one for each of the major stylistic eras–contain accounts of musical styles of the time and highlights the cultural aspects that stood in close relation. Unit II Early Music: After Unit I Fundamentalsthe historical scheme goes from “early music”—everything before Bach and Handel, when the standard repertory begins—to the three great periods of Western classical music: Cart Support Signed in as: Buy Listen and get 6 CD Set: As far as textbooks go, this one has its usual share of over-obvious information, but Kerman’s Listen also includes some interesting facts as well.


Qur’anic Recitation, Ya Sin — [anonymous]. Listej the Tolinson Introduction: Seven Global Perspectives explore musical traditions outside the western world to elaborate on the European and American topics discussed and highlight the shared common tendencies of music making worldwide.

It sets one up to continue exploring in the areas they love. Aside from the gripes of a musician who loves contemporary classical music, I feel like this book was a good overview into the wide variety of music created in Western Europe over the centuries.

Each copy of the print keran contains access to all the streaming audio, interactive listening guides, video resources—including excerpts from the Metropolitan Opera—the complete ebook, and more.

This makes it an easier, more entertaining read than most textbooks.

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