High School subject areas
Music Appreciation, Second Half UnitCredit: 0.5 units
Lessons: 11 lessons, 8 submitted
Exams: 2 exams
Grading: Computer and Faculty Evaluated
Description: This course continues the study of music, from the Romantic Period to the Post-Romanticist and Impressionist eras through the Twentieth Century. The Romantic and Post-Romantic periods have greatly contributed to our everyday exposure to classical music. Through this study, students will develop a better understanding of where today's music comes from. The first half unit is not prerequisite, but students should be familiar with music from the Medieval to the Classical periods.
Special Instructions: The textbook and CD are also used with Music Appreciation, First Half Unit.
Students will be required to upload documents in Word 97–2003 (.doc) or Rich Text (.rtf) format. These documents can be created in Microsoft Word or another office suite that saves in the .doc or .rtf format, such as the open-source OpenOffice or Google Docs online.
Preview This Course A preview includes general information about the course and, if available, one lesson and one progress evaluation.
Required materials total: $108.75
| ||Author||Description||Edition||ISBN||New Price|| ||
|1. ||Forney||The Enjoyment of Music w/DVD & 4-CD set (required)||10th '07 shorter||978 0-393-17423-6||108.75||
High School fee: $165.00
Administrative fee: $25.00
Subtotal, fees only: $190.00
Required materials: $108.75
Total cost, including materials: $298.75