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Gerald R. Sherratt Library


Music: Music 1010

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Music 1010 is a general-education course introducing students to the common musical tools (like instruments and notation) and the musical languages (like melody, harmony, and different styles) by presenting you with some of the great music of Europe and the United States between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. It may be new to you, but this is music that has passed the test of time. Forget Google--libraries pay for and provide focused resources that are not "on the Internet." 

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Richard Saunders
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