Student Subscription Information

One Period Only Unlike regular MITA subscriptions, student subscriptions automatically expire after the selected term (1 quarter or 1 semester), so you don’t need to worry about being charged on a recurring basis. For example, if you choose a 1-semester subscription it will expire after five months have passed. After Your Period Has Ended After
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Gift Subscription Information

One Period Only Unlike regular MITA subscriptions, gift subscriptions automatically expire after the selected term (one month, six months, or one year), so you don’t need to worry about being charged on a recurring basis. For example, if you choose a 1-year subscription it will expire after the year is over. After the term is
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Install on Mac

Note: If you receive a message that MITA cannot be opened because it is from an unidentified developer, please follow step 5 carefully. 5. Control+Click MITA from Applications Folder to Open Note: Please follow this step carefully. Open Finder and navigate to the Applications folder (don’t use the shortcut found in the dock at the
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How can I structure my course, using MITA as the course material?

MITA’s content has been carefully designed to fit a wide range of music courses, from non-major music appreciation courses to music-major history surveys to graduate composition seminars, and any course in between. If there is material that doesn’t fit your course, MITA’s modular (vs. page-by-page serial) approach makes it easy to skip. This approach also
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What repertoire does MITA feature?

We have rigorously selected MITA’s repertoire to give students a complete, well-rounded musical perspective that includes a full range of time periods—and time zones—with both established staples of the Western art music canon and appealing gems you’ll find in no other course pack (as well as videos not listed below of performers from a variety
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