We now offer faculty Pre-Set Courses to use in your
teaching. Instructors can select any of the six courses and use them right away or modify them.
To use this feature, log into the
Online Anthology with your
instructor logon, and click “My Courses” to find the Pre-Set Courses. You can change the course descriptions and also the
contents of each course by adding, deleting, or moving the pieces in the Pre-Set Courses. (You must be a registered instructor to use the Pre-Set Courses.
Register today. It's free of charge.)
Choose from the following Pre-Set Courses:
The Pre-Set courses have music you can use right
away in your teaching, like this one for the Renaissance:
Each Pre-Set music-history course includes a representative selection of music for your teaching, along with a survey article to use with your students. Newly written for the Online Music
Anthology and peer-reviewed, each article offers an overview of the period that outlines its main features. In addition to the text, each article includes a focused bibliography of print and online references,
as well as a list of essential musical works. Feel free to view the full set of articles at the music history
online textbook landing page.
As a digital publication, the A-R Online Anthology is always available
for you to adopt for your teaching. Instructors have free access, and if you have not yet registered as an instructor, you
subscribe here for a complimentary registration.
The Online Anthology offers easy access and flexibility,
along with affordable pricing for your students.
Take advantage of this wonderful new feature by using our
Pre-Set Course Lists to build your courses!
We look forward to you using the Online Anthology, and if you
need to contact us for any reasons, please click