Math 083 OER Lesson Packet Fall 2018. Derived from Quantway Version 1.0, developed by the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin under sponsorship of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; Revised by the Pierce College Math Department; Revised by the Seattle Central College Math Department; Revised by Kelly Nguyen, Justin Tolentino, Richard Corp and Roy Shahbazian at Santa Ana College licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License .The Study Skills are developed by Jessica Bernards at Portland Community College and Mark DeSmet Cabrillo College and a licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.
Welcome to Music 101. I think youve made a smart choice to ...
Welcome to Music 101. I think youve made a smart choice to spend some weeks studying some of the greatest music ever written. Consider for a moment how quickly a hit pop song passes from fashionable to forgotten. Those of us that have been out of high school or college more years than we care to remember have certainly had the experience of hearing a favorite anthem of our youth and thinking, Oh yeah, that song! Id forgotten that one. Think about that: the song was totally loved, then completely forgotten within a matter of just a few years. Then consider that many of the composers that we will study have been dead for over two hundred years, and yet their music has never been forgotten and never stopped being performed and loved. That, quite simply, is amazing.