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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The listening charts are also a nice touch; they enable the listener to listen actively -as Kerman and Tomlinson want her to- and locate particular I took the introductory music history course taught by Prof.
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Listen: Brief Fifth Edition
Listen provides the context needed to get the most out of the material: With its superb recording package and innovative listening charts, this landmark text teaches students how to listen to music better than any other. As Vesta was from Vary hill descending — Thomas Weelkes. Equipped with a free Study Guide CD-ROM, the new edition is more accessible than ever, offering additional help in focused listening and in music fundamentals. Quant en moi — Guillaume de Machaut.
Read this book an an introductory music history class at garg by Prof. All in all it’s pretty good if you have a genuine interest in music and its history. Brian Corro rated it really liked it Feb 15, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The book is very approachable coming from someone with little to no musical background.
Suite Canzona — Girolamo Frescobaldi. An Overview is independent of the rest of the text and can be omitted by instructors wishing to do so.
Listen by Joseph Kerman
Paperbackpages. The chapters include historical details that provide a context for the arts of the time, most importantly music. La dousa votz — Bernart de Ventadorn. Want to Read saving…. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Buy Listen and get Full Audio Download: More Books Music Music History. Pange lingua Mass, Kyrie — Josquin des Prez. Required text for Music Appreciation No trivia or quizzes yet.
Unit II Early Music: The listening charts are also a nice touch; they enable the listener to listen actively -as Kerman and Tomlinson want her to- and locate particular points of interest.
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III — Ludwig van Beethoven. I got something out of it even as a music major who already knew a bit about Western European music history. Listen makes music accessible to all with its concise historical and cultural context, compelling composer biographies, and clear Listening Charts.
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Ave maris stella — Guillaume Dufay. Connect to Spotify Dismiss. They both took from traditional musical elements around them and revolutionized the sound landscape. Refresh and try again. Theoretical rated it it was amazing Mar 07, This probably is the first textbook I actually have read cover-to-cover. Kerman and Tomlinson successfully guide the listener to hearing old classical pieces differently, and understanding the wide differences between periods and genres.
Violin Concerto in G, Lisgen. A new version of Last. Hymn, “Hanaq Pachap Kusikuynin” — [anonymous]. To ask other readers questions about Listenplease sign up. One of the leading musicologists of his generation, his book Contemplating Music: I will say the last few chapters on the Twentieth Century somewhat annoyed me because I felt they were somewhat inaccurate. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. And why didn’t we have sound samples from Messiaen and Milton Babbit?
With drooping wings — Henry Purcell. More Set track as current obsession. Rebecca M rated it it was amazing May 12, Aside from josepy 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.
The authors enliven discussions of individual works with an authority that is full of warmth and occasional flash of humor.