MUS 291 - American Popular Music

A study of the development of American popular music and its leading figures from its origins in Tin Pan Alley (American musical theater), the African-American tradition (minstrel shows, blues, jazz, swing), country music and the Anglo-American tradition (folk, country, western, and bluegrass), rock music, to the current diverse American popular musical landscape.

Credit hours: 3.0

Last updated: 02/17/2020