At first the narrators tone seemed boring, but as I relaxed and continued to listen the information was interesting bringing me to the era, the quality, the tonality of the times, picking up bits and pieces, replaying parts I didn't get the first time despite the monotone lecture scenario. Yes, I imagine myself in a lecture classroom however I am able to move around and do activities of daily living that don't require much concentration.
It's a beginners lecture audio book without the music which is part of the classwork referred to throughout the chapters. I recommend including at least a pdf which lists all of the pieces referenced by chapter in order to get the full context of the material. Unless you're familiar with the pieces, which I am not, the audio version of this book requires a lot of extra time by having to stop the audio in order to write the referenced musical pieces after which you'll have to search for them on YouTube, spotify, or as recommended in your local library in order to get the full scope of the lesson.
I haven't finished listening to it yet. I had to stop to search for a listing of the music referenced and then felt compelled to see the comments.
There is no music or references in the form of a pdf attached.
I suggest at least an easy reference pdf with a list of all of the music in the order it is mentioned in the audio book.
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