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MUS-127

Survey of American Popular Music Since 1900

Credit(s): 3

MUS 127 is an introduction for students (majors and non majors) to the various styles of American popular music-its roots and development. Music will be presented with regard to its historical and social implications. Study includes Dixieland, swing, bebop, fusion, musical theatre, country western, and all types of rock 'n' roll. This course is designed to enhance musical appreciation through an increase in musical knowledge. It fulfills an arts and humanities requirement for the A.S. degree and a cultural diversity requirement for the A.A. Lecture: 3 hours per week

MUSH-127

Survey of American Popular Music Since 1900

Credit(s): 3

MUS 127 is an introduction for students (majors and non majors) to the various styles of American popular music-its roots and development. Music will be presented with regard to its historical and social implications. Study includes Dixieland, swing, bebop, fusion, musical theatre, country western, and all types of rock 'n' roll. This course is designed to enhance musical appreciation through an increase in musical knowledge. It fulfills an arts and humanities requirement for the A.S. degree and a cultural diversity requirement for the A.A. Lecture: 3 hours per week