Starr/Waterman, American Popular Music 6e Instructor Resources
- All Chapters
- Chapter 01 - Themes and Streams of American Popular Music
- Chapter 02 - "After the Ball": Popular Music of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
- Chapter 03 - "Catching as the Small-pox": Social Dance and Jazz, 1917-1935
- Chapter 04 - "I Got Rhythm": The Golden Age of Tin Pan Alley Song, 1920s and 1930s
- Chapter 05 - "St. Louis Blues": Race Records and Hillbilly Music, 1920s
- Chapter 06 - "In the Mood": The Swing Era, 1935-1945
- Chapter 07 - "Choo Choo Ch' Boogie": The Postwar Era, 1946-1954
- Chapter 08 - "Rock Around the Clock": Rock 'n' Roll, 1954-1959
- Chapter 09 - "Good Vibrations": American Pop and the British Invasion, 1960s
- Chapter 10 - "Blowin' in the Wind": Country, Soul, Urban Folk, and the Rise of Rock, 1960s
- Chapter 11 - The 1970s: Rock Music, Disco, and the Popular Mainstream
- Chapter 12 - Outsiders' Music: Progressive Country, Reggae, Salsa, Punk, Funk, and Rap, 1970s
- Chapter 13 - The 1980s: Digital Technology, MTV, and the Popular Mainstream
- Chapter 14 - "Smells Like Teen Spirit": Hip-Hop, Alternative Music, and the Entertainment Business
- Chapter 15 - The Internet Age, 2000-
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