Music for Winter 2023

MUS2011
North American Popular Music


CRN: 63126
Instructor(s): Vaughan, Douglas Gerard


Description
examines the development of North American popular music from its origins in the mid-nineteenth century to the present. The course examines major musical genres, their historical roots, their musical characteristics, the influences that shaped them and the artists who defined them. It explores sociopolitical issues embedded in popular music, as well as how music has evolved to express new conceptions of self and community, social anxieties, tensions and ideals. No prior musical knowledge is required. UL: not applicable to the Bachelor of Music Degree

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