America's Musical Landscape8th Edition
CHAPTER 1: North American Indian Music
CHAPTER 2: Early Folk Music
CHAPTER 3: Religious Music in the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Federal Periods
CHAPTER 4: Secular Music in the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Federal Periods
CHAPTER 5: Religious Music in the Early Nineteenth Century
CHAPTER 6: Popular Music of the Civil War Era
CHAPTER 7: Concert Music
CHAPTER 8: The Rise of Popular Culture
CHAPTER 9: The Jazz Age
CHAPTER 10: Jazz 1930-1960
CHAPTER 11: Country Music
CHAPTER 12: Latin Popular Musics
CHAPTER 13: Rock and Roll
CHAPTER 14: Rock Flirts with Country
CHAPTER 15: Jazz Since 1960
CHAPTER 16: Popular Music Since 1970
CHAPTER 17: Musical Theater
CHAPTER 18: Music for Films
CHAPTER 19: American Opera
CHAPTER 20: Experimental Music: Revolution
CHAPTER 21: Early Twentieth-Century Mainstream Concert Music: Evolution
CHAPTER 22: The Avant-Garde, Continued
CHAPTER 23: The Recent Mainstream
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