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20th Century Music Appreciation for High School

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Here are some details about the course:

  • 36 lessons long
  • Can be used for high school fine arts credit (instructions included)
  • Notebooking pages included
  • Learn about classical composers
  • Study about popular musicians, such as rock and rock and folk singers
  • Learn about a variety of styles including ragtime, opera, musical theater, electronic music, and film score music
  • Goes perfectly with a 20th-century history course
  • The focus is on music from America, Europe, and South America
  • All information to read, links, and videos included
  • It’s self-paced
  • Forever access
  • Can easily be taught at a co-op (license required)
  • Can easily be done by a high schooler on his or her own
  • Appropriate for K-12th grades
  • Get it now; use it later!

Check out free preview lessons of 20th Century Music Appreciation here: Blues & Jazz and Aaron Copland.

20th Century Music Appreciation Course for High School Students

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