preview of the new, extensive contents
planned for Summer 2017 in two formats, by section and by style period.
The sections of the text are:
Genres & Forms;
Music Theory Overviews;
Major Composers; and
We will share more details about the articles and the top scholars writing them as we move forward.
Also, we always want your best music history articles. Click here
for details about proposing new articles for the A-R Music Anthology. Our Guidelines
are available here.
New: Music History Surveys
New! Our online music history text to use in your teaching. Already part of our
pre-set courses you can also add these survey articles to your own courses.
If you have not yet adopted the Online Anthology, please do so today
Resources for Integrating the Anthology into Your Program
Please use the links on our resource page
to find features at our Anthology site to integrate the Anthology into your program.
White Papers on Digital Publishing Strategies
Please download our white paper on navigating the shift from print to digital resources.
Use this white paper to explore the advantages found in the digital world, especially the A-R Online Music Anthology.
We invite authors to contribute their best articles on music history and theory to our online textbook. We encourage new work and
also welcome articles revised for the internet. Please use our strategies for
digital collaborations to create engaging articles for our coursepacks.
Use our Instructional Videos for instructors.
This is your quick way to set up your courses expertly and take advantage of other features of the A-R Online Music Anthology.
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