Music, Art & Culture I
Music, Art & Culture I provides students with an overview of the history of music, art and culture from the prehistoric age, through to ancient Greece and Rome, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the Romantic era, the Industrial Revolution and the 19th century. By the end this course, the student will have a solid understanding of the development of human thought and society as well as how music, art and culture were profoundly affected by the historical occurrences of these eras.
Lesson 1: From Prehistory to Ancient Greece
Lesson 2: Christianity and the Dark Ages
Lesson 3: Music and Art in the Middle Ages
Lesson 4: The Renaissance – Origins and Artists
Lesson 5: The Renaissance: Music & Growth
Lesson 6: The Enlightenment Part 1
Lesson 7: The Enlightenment Part 2
Lesson 8: Music Evolves Part 1: Baroque
Lesson 9: Music Evolves Part 2: The Classical Era
Lesson 10: Music Evolves Part 3: Beethoven
Lesson 11: The Industrial Revolution
Lesson 12: Writers in the Romantic Era
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Ontario Media Development Corporation.