|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.
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
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.