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300 Years of Interaction in Music, Arts, History, and Culture
The arts are often viewed today as “extra-curricular”; but music was one of the seven liberal arts considered essential to a Classical education. The arts provide one of the best insights into a particular time and place. Imagine someone 200 years from now trying to understand today’s American culture without ever considering our books, music, films, or television programs. These artistic forms contain a lot of information about our culture – information that can only be grasped by experiencing that art. The same is true for any historical period. When a student is exposed to the art and music of a time and place, the historic personalities and events are brought into clearer focus and linked together in more meaningful ways – essentially, bringing Music, the Arts, and History ALIVE, and making it personal for the student.
The Discovering Music
A separate Teacher’s Manual
Using the Arts to Teach History from Professor Carol on Vimeo.
|With more than 20 years as an Associate Professor of Music History, Dr. Carol Reynolds now shares her rich knowledge and experience in Music History by creating a unique and exciting program available for your homeschool classroom – Discovering Music!|
Students will journey around the globe with Professor Carol on a lively
Professor Carol and many other experts tie the history of art and music
This curriculum is designed
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Professor Carol is not a stuffy, academic hermit, with a cloud of chalk dust swirling about her, but an intelligent, vital, humorous and witty woman who relates to music from Bach to the Beatles without missing a beat. – Homeschool Magazines, review
Both my boys love them. My oldest keeps begging to watch more. I have actually started using them as a motivator. I have to pay attention to my oldest because he wants to watch more than one unit at a time! – A homeschool mom
This is a program that we will be using every year because there is so much there we can always learn new things each time. It is very easily absorbed. Carol Reynolds is entertaining and fun and brings a wealth of information to each study unit. – C. Higgins, Homeschool Mom
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