Exploring America's Musical Heritage Through Art, Literature, and Culture 2 DVD Set
Author: Dr. Carol Reynolds
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From Puritans and Native Americans; through the founders and pioneers; to the immigrants of Ellis Island and today's newcomers, Americans have used music, paintings, poetry, dance and architecture to express the essence of life in America.
In Exploring America's Musical Heritage, Professor Carol – along with 38 historians and artists – takes you on a journey through America's musical history. The two-DVD set contains more than four hours of engaging instruction. Supplementary articles, interviews and notes are available at www.exploringheritage.com.
- Unit 1: Regionalism, Legacy and Preservation
- Unit 2: Contrasting Traditions of the Puritans and Moravians (1620-1760)
- Unit 3: America's Founders and Their Arts (1700-1800)
- Unit 4: Architecture, Soundscapes and New Directions (1780-1850)
- Unit 5: The Arts Shaped by Conflict (1820-1865)
- Unit 6: Americans on the Move (1710-1880)
- Unit 7: Native America Revisited, Immigration and American Theater (1850-1920)
- Unit 8: Exploring the New and Preserving the Old (1900-1960)
Widescreen. Approx. 4 Hours.
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