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HUMANITIES Sporre, Reality Through the Arts, 8th Ed., ©2013 • This thematically organized, accessible text covers the arts of both Western and non‑Western cultures—drawing, painting, print-making, sculpture, photography, architecture, theater, music, dance, cinema, and literature. • Part I covers two-dimensional arts and Part II presents a brief chronology that focuses on styles. Benton/DiYanni, Arts and Culture, 4th Ed., ©2012 Beautiful and engaging, this exploration of Western and non‑Western cultures moves chronologically through major periods and styles of painting, sculpture, architecture, philosophy, religion, and music. Split volumes include literature selections. Music CD available. Bishop, Adventures in the Human Spirit, 6th Ed., ©2011 • This student-friendly and extensively illustrated humanities survey presents the broad history of the arts, philosophy, and religion of the West. • Documents from daily life, global comparisons, and examples from literature, philosophy, and music focus on pivotal events, styles, movements, and figures. The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, 2nd Ed., ©2012 Vol. 1 Prehistory–1600 | Vol. 2 1600–Present Engaging storytelling approach These beautifully written introductory texts show the humanities in context and help students make connections between disciplines, cultures, and time periods. Exceptional Media Resource MyArtsLab with Pearson eText and complete textbook audio. MyArtsLab offers many classroom tools and resources including Closer Look tours for art, complete streaming music/audio with automated listening guides, primary sources, videos, and more. HUMANITIES (continued) Sayre, Discovering the Humanities, 2nd Ed., ©2013 This new, brief edition combines The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, Volume 1 and Volume 2. (See previous entry for The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, 2nd Ed., @2012) RELIGION Fisher, Living Religions, 8th Ed., ©2011 • This readable survey offers an experiential account of the development, doctrines, and practices of today’s major faiths. • Expanded material on the role of women in religion. • Expanded coverage of current issues, including fundamentalism and religion in politics. • Personal interviews with followers provide first-person accounts of each religion; primary sources provide enrichment. • Available with MyReligionLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access). Hopfe, Religions of the World, 11th Ed., ©2009 • This engaging and readable text delivers comprehensive coverage of world religions. Includes updated coverage of religions in the Middle East and expanded coverage of religion and violence with color photographs throughout the text. • All chapters include primary sources. MyReligionKit is an online resource that includes practice quizzes, flashcards for studying images and terms, audio and video to engage students in learning, timelines, and more. Robson, THINK World Religions, ©2011 • This magazine‑style text, which offers a clean, open, full- color design and vivid graphics, provides the core concepts of World Religions in a way that students can understand. TheThinkSpot, an open-access Web site, provides numerous learning and study tools. PEARSON HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS High School, Electives, Honors, and AP Recieve FREE exam copies today! Visit PearsonSchool.com/AdvancedHFA2012 Delivering trusted content in a variety of formats to meet all your needs, including blended print and digital programs and 100% digital solutions.

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Wainscott, Theatre Collaborative Acts, 4th Ed.,©2013 • This vividly illustrated text stimulates development of skills to
help students enjoy, analyze, understand, read, visualize, and creatively experience theatre art.
• Students explore the themes of theatre as culture, collaboration, spatial art, and a fusion of past and present.
ACTING
Kassel, Acting: An Introduction to the Art and Craft of Playing, 4th Ed., ©2007 The text clarifies the four fundamental actions and four basic tasks that form the basis for acting—playing physically, vocally, imaginatively, and emotionally.
MUSIC THEORY/FUNDAMENTALS
6th Ed., ©2012 • In this unique text/workbook, students progress from
fundamentals through harmony in common practice to important harmonic procedures.
• Perforated, three-hole-punched exercise pages allow students to submit assignments for grading
Ottman, Music for Sight Singing, 8th Ed., ©2011 • Students work with “real” music as they study musical
forms—genuine repertoire naturally introduces a host of important musical considerations beyond pitch and rhythm (dynamics, accents, articulations, slurs, repeat signs, and tempo markings). The more than 1,200 examples are ordered from the simple to the complex.
• Available with MyMusicLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
Ottman, Rudiments of Music, 4th Ed., ©2004 This comprehensive introduction covers the basic aspects of music notation, the study of pitch and time, and the application of these to scales, key signature, intervals, the keyboard, note values, meter, rhythm, and elementary harmony.
HUMANITIES
Sporre, Reality Through the Arts, 8th Ed., ©2013 • This thematically organized, accessible text covers the arts of both Western and
nonWestern cultures—drawing, painting, print-making, sculpture, photography, architecture, theater, music, dance, cinema, and literature.
• Part I covers two-dimensional arts and Part II presents a brief chronology that focuses on styles.
Benton/DiYanni, Arts and Culture, 4th Ed., ©2012 Beautiful and engaging, this exploration of Western and nonWestern cultures moves chronologically through major periods and styles of painting, sculpture, architecture, philosophy, religion, and music. Split volumes include literature selections. Music CD available.
Bishop, Adventures in the Human Spirit, 6th Ed., ©2011 • This student-friendly and extensively illustrated humanities
survey presents the broad history of the arts, philosophy, and religion of the West.
• Documents from daily life, global comparisons, and examples from literature, philosophy, and music focus on pivotal events, styles, movements, and figures.
The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, 2nd Ed., ©2012 Vol. 1 Prehistory–1600 | Vol. 2 1600–Present
Engaging storytelling approach These beautifully written introductory texts show the humanities in context and help students make connections between disciplines, cultures, and time periods.
Exceptional Media Resource MyArtsLab™ with Pearson eText and complete textbook audio. MyArtsLab offers many classroom tools and resources including Closer Look tours for art, complete streaming music/audio with automated listening guides, primary sources, videos, and more.
HUMANITIES (continued)
Sayre, Discovering the Humanities, 2nd Ed., ©2013 This new, brief edition combines The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, Volume 1 and Volume 2. (See previous entry for The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, 2nd Ed., @2012)
RELIGION
Fisher, Living Religions, 8th Ed., ©2011 • This readable survey offers an experiential account of
the development, doctrines, and practices of today’s major faiths.
• Expanded material on the role of women in religion. • Expanded coverage of current issues, including
fundamentalism and religion in politics. • Personal interviews with followers provide first-person
accounts of each religion; primary sources provide enrichment.
• Available with MyReligionLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
Hopfe, Religions of the World, 11th Ed., ©2009 • This engaging and readable text delivers comprehensive
coverage of world religions. Includes updated coverage of religions in the Middle East and expanded coverage of religion and violence with color photographs throughout the text.
• All chapters include primary sources. • MyReligionKit is an online resource that includes practice
quizzes, flashcards for studying images and terms, audio and video to engage students in learning, timelines, and more.
Robson, THINK World Religions, ©2011 • This magazinestyle text, which offers a clean, open, full-
color design and vivid graphics, provides the core concepts of World Religions in a way that students can understand.
• TheThinkSpot, an open-access Web site, provides numerous learning and study tools.
PEARSON HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS High School, Electives, Honors, and AP
Learn more about these programs OR request up to two FREE exam copies at PearsonSchool.com/AdvancedHFA2012NEW! For IB Diploma Titles visit PearsonSchool.com/IBprograms
MUSIC APPRECIATION
Netti, Excursions in World Music, 6th Ed., ©2012 • This dynamic introductory text takes students on a vivid
exploration into the major musical cultures of the world. • The text introduces students to musical styles, musical
history, and musical instruments from cultures around the world.
• Available with MyMusicLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access)
Yudkin, Understanding Music, 7th Ed., ©2013 • A complete introduction to the world of music, based on active listening to key works. • The author takes students through classic works of European classical, jazz, pop, and
world music, giving historical background and building critical listening skills. • Coverage includes contemporary music and rap.
Zorn, Listening to Music, 5th Ed., ©2007 • The step-by-step presentation helps students gain the
listening skills needed to identify composers, their styles, and their music.
• The listening-based approach covers the genres interesting to students while still teaching the classical repertoire.
Bonds, Listen to This!, 2nd Ed., ©2011 • This student-friendly text is the first music appreciation text
authored since the advent of online music. • Listening is at the front of each chapter. • Systematic presentation of musical elements, modular-
format,and broad coverage of world music. • Available with MyMusicLab with Pearson eText (1-year
student access)
Barkley, Crossroads: The Multicultural Roots of America’s Popular Music, 2nd Ed., ©2007 This text traces a variety of contemporary music, such as rock and roll, salsa, gospel, blues, jazz, Cajun, zydeco, and Tejano, from their roots in the music traditions of immigrant groups to their hybridization and development into uniquely new American music.
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PHILOSOPHY
Chaffee, The Philosopher’s Way: Thinking Critically About Profound Ideas, 4th Ed., ©2013 This full-color textbook inspires students to think like philosophers as they explore central themes of philosophy from ancient times to the present. Difficult concepts and passages are presented in context with interesting commentary designed to make the reading clear and meaningful.
Rauhut, Ultimate Questions, 3rd Ed., ©2011 • This inexpensive, brief text examines the main problems in
contemporary philosophy. • This reader focuses on contemporary philosophy, but also
includes many of the classic works. • The major topics covered in the separate anthology—
knowledge, free will, personal identity, mind/ body, God, ethics, and political philosophy.
Stewart, Fundamentals of Philosophy, 8th Ed., ©2013 • Diverse classic and contemporary selections in this accessible reader/text are
presented in a narrative format that simplifies difficult issues and readings. • Readings are grouped around major philosophic themes— logic, ethics, metaphysics,
epistemology, philosophy of religion, philosophy of art, and social and political philosophy.
• The text includes biographies and pictures of all major philosophers and all readings are grouped around major philosophic themes.
AP ART HISTORY
Stokstad, Art History, 4th Ed., ©2011 Rich contextual presentation • This renowned textbook covers all the visual arts, in all
media, from all parts of the world, with female artists and artists of color fully represented. The presentation sets the art in a rich social, cultural, historical, religious, geographical, and political context.
• This new edition actively engages students in the study of art with balanced coverage of formal analysis and contextual art history, while fostering stronger writing and critical thinking skills.
• MyArtsLab with Pearson eText and complete textbook audio files is a dynamic online resource that allows students to experience and interact with art. Keyed specifically to the chapters of Art History, 4th Edition, MyArtsLab offers many accessible tools including:
• Closer Look Tours: interactive walkthroughs, featuring expert audio, offer in- depth looks at key works of art, enabling students to zoom in to see detail they couldn’t otherwise see.
• Writing Guides: take students through the process of writing five different types of assignments, from a compare-and contrast essay to a museum paper.
• MyArtsLibrary: more than 100 key primary sources and documents with assignable short-answer questions that are ideal for building students’ critical- thinking skills.
• Gradebook: students can monitor their own progress, and teachers can monitor the progress of their entire class. Automated grading of quizzes and assignments helps both teachers and students save time.
• New! Pearson eText for Apple® iPad™. With valid MyArtsLab user name and password, the Pearson eText for Stokstad, 4th Edition is also available on the Apple® iPad® using the Pearson eText App.
DRAWING (continued)
Goldstein, The Art of Responsive Drawing, 6th Ed., ©2006 • The text examines the visual elements, tools, and materials
of drawing, as well as perception, organization, and expression.
• Chapters are devoted to color, media and materials, and an exploration of drawing from nature.
• The text surveys errors or “pathologies” in drawing (failings of perception, organization, and expression).
Enstice, Drawing: Space, Form, and Expression, 4th Ed., ©2012 • The three textbook sections reflect the essential qualities of
a drawing: spatial organization, three-dimensional form, and expressive value.
• Portfolio chapters show a stunning cross-section of images that allow students to compare and contrast visual models.
2-D / 3-D DESIGN
Peterson, The Craft and Art of Clay, 4th Ed. • The text offers step-by-step illustrated instruction and
includes process sequences, model examples, ceramic projects, and use of computers in ceramics.
• High-fire and low-fire glaze charts and a portfolio of international artists are also included.
Luecking, Principles of Three-Dimensional Design: Objects, Space, and Meaning Students are led step-by-step through idea generation and the design-development process as practiced on specific projects by a major sculptor and a major architect.
Brainard, A Design Manual, 4th Ed., ©2006 • Focusing on the basics, the text first explores elements of
design, then explains the principles, and finally shows how elements and principles combine in the design process.
• The text offers numerous illustrations of contemporary fine art, advertising, photography, drawing, and graphics; it also offers a complete chapter on three-dimensional design.
Pipes, Introduction to Design, 2nd Ed., ©2009 This comprehensive, well-illustrated, and easy-toread text introduces students to the basic principles underlying all of the two-dimensional arts.critique, how to look at work formally, and basic terms used in critique.
PHOTOGRAPHY
London, Photography, 10th Ed., ©2011 • This best-selling introductory photography text emphasizes
both technique and visual awareness. • Unique, simple-to-understand diagrams and demonstration
photos help students overcome common problems in areas such as film, exposure black-and-white darkroom technique, and using an electronic flash.
• Available with MyPhotographyKit (1-year student access).
London, A Short Course in Photography, 8th Ed., ©2012 • This brief introduction to the fundamentals of photography
features vivid color illustrations and photographs from notable historical and contemporary photographers, helping students learn context and technique.
• Available with MyArtsLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
London, A Short Course in Digital Photography, 2nd Ed., ©2012 • Modeled after A Short Course in Photography, this text
covers the basic techniques of photography and the impact of computers on this art form. Includes information on how to transfer pictures to a computer, organize photos, and use computer software to make your photographs look their best.
• Available with MyArtsLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
TECHNICAL THEATRE
Corson et al., Stage Makeup, 10th Ed., ©2010 • This classic text covers principles and techniques in detail
and contains more than 400 photographs, drawings, and diagrams demonstrating step-by-step stag makeup procedures.
• The text explores the use of makeup for a variety of performance venues and includes up-to-date material on makeup for film and television.
HISTORY OF THEATRE
McLamore, Musical Theater An Appreciation, ©2005 • The text covers the complete history of the Broadway musical
and introduces a vocabulary of musical terminology. • Musical excerpts illustrate elements, individual artistry, and
changes in style and techniques from one era to the next.
ART APPRECIATION/PRINCIPLES
Sayre, A World of Art, 6th Ed., ©2010 • This text guides students through a rich array of aesthetic
elements and artistic media, along with an overview of art history, encouraging them to develop an appreciation for a diverse range of art.
• Students learn how to use critical thinking and problem- solving skills to understand and explore the world of art.
• Available with MyArtsLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
Frank, Preble’s Artforms, 10th Ed., ©2011 • Artforms introduces art through an engaging visual
experience. • Written and designed to help readers build an informed
foundation for individual understanding and enjoyment of art. • By introducing art theory, practice, and history, this book
draws students into a new or expanded awareness of the visual arts.
• Available with MyArtsLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
Wilkins et al., Art Past, Art Present, 6th Ed., ©2009 • This accessible text looks at the historical and cultural
contexts of artworks and architecture around the world from prehistoric times to the 20th century.
• Integrated Theme boxes comparing works of art from different cultures/periods that feature the same theme are now integrated throughout the book, rather than placed at the end.
• Point of Contact boxes explore the exciting nature of cultural exchange by examining a single work that is a product of interaction between cultures. This feature helps students understand the pivotal importance these interchanges had on the development of the artwork.
ART RESOURCE
Buster, The Critique Handbook, 2nd Ed., ©2010 Benefiting all visual artists regardless of their expertise, this handbook covers such fundamentals as how to prepare for a critique, how to look at work formally, and basic terms used in critique.
DRAWING
Brooke, Drawing as Expression, 2nd Ed., ©2007 • This student-friendly text covers basic skills and formal
elements, introductory figure drawing, and the advanced concepts of contemporary drawing.
• Drawing exercises guide sketchbook work and help students understand how.
Learn more about these programs OR request up to two FREE exam copies at PearsonSchool.com/AdvancedHFA2012NEW! For IB Diploma Titles visit PearsonSchool.com/IBprograms
PHILOSOPHY
Chaffee, The Philosopher’s Way: Thinking Critically About Profound Ideas, 4th Ed., ©2013 This full-color textbook inspires students to think like philosophers as they explore central themes of philosophy from ancient times to the present. Difficult concepts and passages are presented in context with interesting commentary designed to make the reading clear and meaningful.
Rauhut, Ultimate Questions, 3rd Ed., ©2011 • This inexpensive, brief text examines the main problems in
contemporary philosophy. • This reader focuses on contemporary philosophy, but also
includes many of the classic works. • The major topics covered in the separate anthology—
knowledge, free will, personal identity, mind/ body, God, ethics, and political philosophy.
Stewart, Fundamentals of Philosophy, 8th Ed., ©2013 • Diverse classic and contemporary selections in this accessible reader/text are
presented in a narrative format that simplifies difficult issues and readings. • Readings are grouped around major philosophic themes— logic, ethics, metaphysics,
epistemology, philosophy of religion, philosophy of art, and social and political philosophy.
• The text includes biographies and pictures of all major philosophers and all readings are grouped around major philosophic themes.
AP ART HISTORY
Stokstad, Art History, 4th Ed., ©2011 Rich contextual presentation • This renowned textbook covers all the visual arts, in all
media, from all parts of the world, with female artists and artists of color fully represented. The presentation sets the art in a rich social, cultural, historical, religious, geographical, and political context.
• This new edition actively engages students in the study of art with balanced coverage of formal analysis and contextual art history, while fostering stronger writing and critical thinking skills.
• MyArtsLab with Pearson eText and complete textbook audio files is a dynamic online resource that allows students to experience and interact with art. Keyed specifically to the chapters of Art History, 4th Edition, MyArtsLab offers many accessible tools including:
• Closer Look Tours: interactive walkthroughs, featuring expert audio, offer in- depth looks at key works of art, enabling students to zoom in to see detail they couldn’t otherwise see.
• Writing Guides: take students through the process of writing five different types of assignments, from a compare-and contrast essay to a museum paper.
• MyArtsLibrary: more than 100 key primary sources and documents with assignable short-answer questions that are ideal for building students’ critical- thinking skills.
• Gradebook: students can monitor their own progress, and teachers can monitor the progress of their entire class. Automated grading of quizzes and assignments helps both teachers and students save time.
• New! Pearson eText for Apple® iPad™. With valid MyArtsLab user name and password, the Pearson eText for Stokstad, 4th Edition is also available on the Apple® iPad® using the Pearson eText App.
DRAWING (continued)
Goldstein, The Art of Responsive Drawing, 6th Ed., ©2006 • The text examines the visual elements, tools, and materials
of drawing, as well as perception, organization, and expression.
• Chapters are devoted to color, media and materials, and an exploration of drawing from nature.
• The text surveys errors or “pathologies” in drawing (failings of perception, organization, and expression).
Enstice, Drawing: Space, Form, and Expression, 4th Ed., ©2012 • The three textbook sections reflect the essential qualities of
a drawing: spatial organization, three-dimensional form, and expressive value.
• Portfolio chapters show a stunning cross-section of images that allow students to compare and contrast visual models.
2-D / 3-D DESIGN
Peterson, The Craft and Art of Clay, 4th Ed. • The text offers step-by-step illustrated instruction and
includes process sequences, model examples, ceramic projects, and use of computers in ceramics.
• High-fire and low-fire glaze charts and a portfolio of international artists are also included.
Luecking, Principles of Three-Dimensional Design: Objects, Space, and Meaning Students are led step-by-step through idea generation and the design-development process as practiced on specific projects by a major sculptor and a major architect.
Brainard, A Design Manual, 4th Ed., ©2006 • Focusing on the basics, the text first explores elements of
design, then explains the principles, and finally shows how elements and principles combine in the design process.
• The text offers numerous illustrations of contemporary fine art, advertising, photography, drawing, and graphics; it also offers a complete chapter on three-dimensional design.
Pipes, Introduction to Design, 2nd Ed., ©2009 This comprehensive, well-illustrated, and easy-toread text introduces students to the basic principles underlying all of the two-dimensional arts.critique, how to look at work formally, and basic terms used in critique.
PHOTOGRAPHY
London, Photography, 10th Ed., ©2011 • This best-selling introductory photography text emphasizes
both technique and visual awareness. • Unique, simple-to-understand diagrams and demonstration
photos help students overcome common problems in areas such as film, exposure black-and-white darkroom technique, and using an electronic flash.
• Available with MyPhotographyKit (1-year student access).
London, A Short Course in Photography, 8th Ed., ©2012 • This brief introduction to the fundamentals of photography
features vivid color illustrations and photographs from notable historical and contemporary photographers, helping students learn context and technique.
• Available with MyArtsLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
London, A Short Course in Digital Photography, 2nd Ed., ©2012 • Modeled after A Short Course in Photography, this text
covers the basic techniques of photography and the impact of computers on this art form. Includes information on how to transfer pictures to a computer, organize photos, and use computer software to make your photographs look their best.
• Available with MyArtsLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
TECHNICAL THEATRE
Corson et al., Stage Makeup, 10th Ed., ©2010 • This classic text covers principles and techniques in detail
and contains more than 400 photographs, drawings, and diagrams demonstrating step-by-step stag makeup procedures.
• The text explores the use of makeup for a variety of performance venues and includes up-to-date material on makeup for film and television.
HISTORY OF THEATRE
McLamore, Musical Theater An Appreciation, ©2005 • The text covers the complete history of the Broadway musical
and introduces a vocabulary of musical terminology. • Musical excerpts illustrate elements, individual artistry, and
changes in style and techniques from one era to the next.
ART APPRECIATION/PRINCIPLES
Sayre, A World of Art, 6th Ed., ©2010 • This text guides students through a rich array of aesthetic
elements and artistic media, along with an overview of art history, encouraging them to develop an appreciation for a diverse range of art.
• Students learn how to use critical thinking and problem- solving skills to understand and explore the world of art.
• Available with MyArtsLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
Frank, Preble’s Artforms, 10th Ed., ©2011 • Artforms introduces art through an engaging visual
experience. • Written and designed to help readers build an informed
foundation for individual understanding and enjoyment of art. • By introducing art theory, practice, and history, this book
draws students into a new or expanded awareness of the visual arts.
• Available with MyArtsLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
Wilkins et al., Art Past, Art Present, 6th Ed., ©2009 • This accessible text looks at the historical and cultural
contexts of artworks and architecture around the world from prehistoric times to the 20th century.
• Integrated Theme boxes comparing works of art from different cultures/periods that feature the same theme are now integrated throughout the book, rather than placed at the end.
• Point of Contact boxes explore the exciting nature of cultural exchange by examining a single work that is a product of interaction between cultures. This feature helps students understand the pivotal importance these interchanges had on the development of the artwork.
ART RESOURCE
Buster, The Critique Handbook, 2nd Ed., ©2010 Benefiting all visual artists regardless of their expertise, this handbook covers such fundamentals as how to prepare for a critique, how to look at work formally, and basic terms used in critique.
DRAWING
Brooke, Drawing as Expression, 2nd Ed., ©2007 • This student-friendly text covers basic skills and formal
elements, introductory figure drawing, and the advanced concepts of contemporary drawing.
• Drawing exercises guide sketchbook work and help students understand how.
Learn more about these programs OR request up to two FREE exam copies at PearsonSchool.com/AdvancedHFA2012NEW! For IB Diploma Titles visit PearsonSchool.com/IBprograms
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
Wainscott, Theatre Collaborative Acts, 4th Ed.,©2013 • This vividly illustrated text stimulates development of skills to
help students enjoy, analyze, understand, read, visualize, and creatively experience theatre art.
• Students explore the themes of theatre as culture, collaboration, spatial art, and a fusion of past and present.
ACTING
Kassel, Acting: An Introduction to the Art and Craft of Playing, 4th Ed., ©2007 The text clarifies the four fundamental actions and four basic tasks that form the basis for acting—playing physically, vocally, imaginatively, and emotionally.
MUSIC THEORY/FUNDAMENTALS
6th Ed., ©2012 • In this unique text/workbook, students progress from
fundamentals through harmony in common practice to important harmonic procedures.
• Perforated, three-hole-punched exercise pages allow students to submit assignments for grading
Ottman, Music for Sight Singing, 8th Ed., ©2011 • Students work with “real” music as they study musical
forms—genuine repertoire naturally introduces a host of important musical considerations beyond pitch and rhythm (dynamics, accents, articulations, slurs, repeat signs, and tempo markings). The more than 1,200 examples are ordered from the simple to the complex.
• Available with MyMusicLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
Ottman, Rudiments of Music, 4th Ed., ©2004 This comprehensive introduction covers the basic aspects of music notation, the study of pitch and time, and the application of these to scales, key signature, intervals, the keyboard, note values, meter, rhythm, and elementary harmony.
HUMANITIES
Sporre, Reality Through the Arts, 8th Ed., ©2013 • This thematically organized, accessible text covers the arts of both Western and
nonWestern cultures—drawing, painting, print-making, sculpture, photography, architecture, theater, music, dance, cinema, and literature.
• Part I covers two-dimensional arts and Part II presents a brief chronology that focuses on styles.
Benton/DiYanni, Arts and Culture, 4th Ed., ©2012 Beautiful and engaging, this exploration of Western and nonWestern cultures moves chronologically through major periods and styles of painting, sculpture, architecture, philosophy, religion, and music. Split volumes include literature selections. Music CD available.
Bishop, Adventures in the Human Spirit, 6th Ed., ©2011 • This student-friendly and extensively illustrated humanities
survey presents the broad history of the arts, philosophy, and religion of the West.
• Documents from daily life, global comparisons, and examples from literature, philosophy, and music focus on pivotal events, styles, movements, and figures.
The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, 2nd Ed., ©2012 Vol. 1 Prehistory–1600 | Vol. 2 1600–Present
Engaging storytelling approach These beautifully written introductory texts show the humanities in context and help students make connections between disciplines, cultures, and time periods.
Exceptional Media Resource MyArtsLab™ with Pearson eText and complete textbook audio. MyArtsLab offers many classroom tools and resources including Closer Look tours for art, complete streaming music/audio with automated listening guides, primary sources, videos, and more.
HUMANITIES (continued)
Sayre, Discovering the Humanities, 2nd Ed., ©2013 This new, brief edition combines The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, Volume 1 and Volume 2. (See previous entry for The Humanities: Culture, Continuity, and Change, 2nd Ed., @2012)
RELIGION
Fisher, Living Religions, 8th Ed., ©2011 • This readable survey offers an experiential account of
the development, doctrines, and practices of today’s major faiths.
• Expanded material on the role of women in religion. • Expanded coverage of current issues, including
fundamentalism and religion in politics. • Personal interviews with followers provide first-person
accounts of each religion; primary sources provide enrichment.
• Available with MyReligionLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access).
Hopfe, Religions of the World, 11th Ed., ©2009 • This engaging and readable text delivers comprehensive
coverage of world religions. Includes updated coverage of religions in the Middle East and expanded coverage of religion and violence with color photographs throughout the text.
• All chapters include primary sources. • MyReligionKit is an online resource that includes practice
quizzes, flashcards for studying images and terms, audio and video to engage students in learning, timelines, and more.
Robson, THINK World Religions, ©2011 • This magazinestyle text, which offers a clean, open, full-
color design and vivid graphics, provides the core concepts of World Religions in a way that students can understand.
• TheThinkSpot, an open-access Web site, provides numerous learning and study tools.
PEARSON HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS High School, Electives, Honors, and AP
Learn more about these programs OR request up to two FREE exam copies at PearsonSchool.com/AdvancedHFA2012NEW! For IB Diploma Titles visit PearsonSchool.com/IBprograms
MUSIC APPRECIATION
Netti, Excursions in World Music, 6th Ed., ©2012 • This dynamic introductory text takes students on a vivid
exploration into the major musical cultures of the world. • The text introduces students to musical styles, musical
history, and musical instruments from cultures around the world.
• Available with MyMusicLab with Pearson eText (1-year student access)
Yudkin, Understanding Music, 7th Ed., ©2013 • A complete introduction to the world of music, based on active listening to key works. • The author takes students through classic works of European classical, jazz, pop, and
world music, giving historical background and building critical listening skills. • Coverage includes contemporary music and rap.
Zorn, Listening to Music, 5th Ed., ©2007 • The step-by-step presentation helps students gain the
listening skills needed to identify composers, their styles, and their music.
• The listening-based approach covers the genres interesting to students while still teaching the classical repertoire.
Bonds, Listen to This!, 2nd Ed., ©2011 • This student-friendly text is the first music appreciation text
authored since the advent of online music. • Listening is at the front of each chapter. • Systematic presentation of musical elements, modular-
format,and broad coverage of world music. • Available with MyMusicLab with Pearson eText (1-year
student access)
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