Reciting Rhythms and Conducting MUS 111 Schedule   William Wieland
You will begin where you ended in MUS 110. Transfer students will catch up during my office hours.

Stand and conduct while counting aloud. Perform slowly and keep a steady tempo. Do not pause, stop or restart.
The chapters refer to Rogers/Ottman Music for Sight Singing. 9th ed.
Online Metronome

Q   Quarter Notes and Quarter Rests Help
B   Beats Help
E   Eighth Notes 1 and  2 and ...

D   Dotted Quarters Chapter 1 Select Medium. with a dotted quarter
C   Compound Meter Chapter 4 with a tie in the 1st full bar Help
O   Odd Time Signatures Chapter 1 Prepare 8th Note Beats and Half Note Beats.

6   Sixteenths Chapter 10 Select Medium. Help
Y   Syncopation Chapter 13 Select Divided Beat Syncopation.

  Changing Time Signatures Chapter 17 Practice the following: (2 pts. each)
          8 bars > Changing Meters > Simple & Compound > Beats of Equal Duration
          8 bars > Double Meter Signatures > Simple & Compound
          8 bars > Meters of 5 > 8th Note Beat
          8 bars > Meters of 7 > 8th Note Beat
          8 bars > Changing Meters > Simple & Compound > Divisions of Equal Duration
MUS 111 Grading Rubric
ScoreCompetency
55Q
60QB
65QBE
70QBE D
75QBE DC
80QBE DCO
85QBE DCO 6
90QBE DCO 6Y
100All
For me, competency means few or no mistakes, e.g. a 4-bar phrase may have one careless mistake.
If a performance is of questionable quality, you will perform that level again later in the semester to earn full credit.