MUSC 103 - Rock N’ Roll History and Culture
(3,0) 3 Credits
General Education Course: Humanities-Appreciation of the Arts
This is an introductory course which traces the history of Rock N’ Roll music from its rise as a blending of White and African-American music traditions amidst the youth-oriented culture of post-World War II America to its subsequent diversification and internationalization. This history will be viewed in the context of the political, historical, demographic, cultural and technological forces at work in the modern and post-modern world. The course will also encourage the development of qualitative and quantitative listening skills and will incorporate extensive use of recorded musical examples. Students will be expected to complete listening and research assignments.
Spring 2021 Course Selections
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