Music has never been a priority in our homeschool. It was one of those subjects that we would get to if we had time. My family enjoys music, but we are not ‘musical’ people. However, I do want my children to gain some kind of musical knowledge as they grow up – whether it be learning to play an instrument, studying different composers, or learning about music history.
I now have a high school student, which means making sure he is getting all the credits he needs in order to graduate and go to college. Upon researching some of the colleges he is interested in, I have found that many require students to have a minimum number of credit hours in the fine arts category. Since we aren’t a very arsty family, we are leaning more toward fine art courses that teach appreciation or history.
One of the courses I will be adding to his workload next year is the online course 20th Century Music Appreciation for High School from Music in Our Homeschool.
Upon completion of 20th Century Music Appreciation for High School, your student will earn 1/2 credit in fine arts. This is a self-paced course that includes 36 lessons, printables, videos, and everything you need to complete the course. A wide variety of styles from all decades of the 20th century from America, Europe, and South America are included: ragtime, big band, jazz, opera, ballet, impressionism, expressionism, atonal, serialism (tone row), chance music, guitar, piano, symphony, film music, folk music, rock and roll, and more!
The course is yours forever; you will always have access to it, so your student can start and finish whenever they’d like.
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Rebekah Mata says