2-handed Tapping MUS 111 Schedule   William Wieland
You will begin where you ended in MUS 110. Transfer students will catch up during my office hours.

Perform slowly and keep a steady tempo. Do not pause, stop, or restart. Please do not count aloud.

All of the chapters and sections refer to Rogers/Ottman. Music for Sight Singing. 9th ed. If you have written in your book, you may use my clean book for the evaluation.

Competently means few or no mistakes, e.g. a 4-bar phrase may have one careless mistake.
GRADING RUBRIC
PointsItem performed competently
30
20
10
Q — Quarter Notes and Quarter Rests
B — Beats
E — Eighth Notes
4
4
4
3
D (dotted quarters) — Chapter 1 (section 3) — Select 2-part & Medium.
C (compound meter) — Chapter 4 (numbers 4.19–4.23) — Select 2-part.
½ (half note beat) — Chapter 1 (section 5) — Select 2-part & half note beat.
8 (8th note beat) — Chapter 1 (section 5) — Select 2-part & 8th note beat.
4
3
3
3
3
2 — 2 x 3 slowly from memory
F (fast) — 2 x 3 quickly from memory
4 — 4 x 3 from memory
6 (16th notes) — Chapter 10 (section 3) — Select 2-part & Medium.
Y (syncopation) — Chapter 13 (section 3)
3
3
3
3 — 3 x 2 from memory
Z (I needed a letter.) — 3 x 4 from memory
S (syncopated 16ths) — Chapter 13 (section 6)
FOR FUN — The app described in the following video requires only one hand, but it's quite tricky. — Steve Reich’s Clapping Music