Course Number: MUSIC 117
Item Number: 9890.70
Title: Rock Music History II
Instructor: Diane Schmidt
Description: Examines rock music as a musical, social, cultural, economic and political force in the United States. Emphasis on the later decades of rock music development. Fulfills the VLPA, US Cultures, or Integrated Studies requirement. Rock Music History I is NOT a prerequisite to this course.
Fee: $7.00/credit online server fee
History of Rock and Roll (3rd edition) by Thomas E. Larson (ISBN: 978-0-7575-7301-9) This textbook may be purchased (new, used, or as an e-book) or rented. The ISBN for the e-book version is 978-1-4652-1096-8.
The textbook in its various versions is available at the South Seattle Community College bookstore at (206) 934-5338 or online at http://southscc.bncollege.com. (Choose appropriate college and then the website will link you to the SSCC bookstore. Click on textbooks on the left end of the bar near the top of the screen and follow the prompts.)
A subscription to Rhapsody is also required and is automatically included with the purchase of a new text or e-book version of the text. If you buy a used book or rent the text for the quarter, you will need to subscribe to Rhapsody for 14 days free of charge and then pay for the two additional months at $9.99 per month.
Go to http://www.rhapsody.com/-discover/plans to set up your account. (Rhapsody often runs special $5.00 per month plans, so check their site for other opportunities.) Please note that I do not have an agreement with any other online music service to create and provide playlists.
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