Major Key Singing MUS 110 Schedule   William Wieland
Sing slowly and keep a steady tempo. Do not pause, stop or restart.
M   Major Scale with Solfège from memory   (Numbers, Letters or Notes)
B   Bounce Drill with Solfège from memory   (Numbers or Letters)
T   Triplet Drill with Solfège from memory   (Numbers or Letters)

A   Arpeggio Exercise (Tonic Triad Drill with Solfège) from memory   (Numbers or Letters)
L   Tonic Triad Leaps with Solfège from memory   (Numbers, & Letters)
F   Dr. Fox Exercise with Solfège from memory   (Numbers or Letters)

S   Sight Sing conjunct, diatonic melodies on a neutral syllable (da).
   Melodia - Book I by Cole and Lewis (1904)  
   Treble Clef All-State Sight Reading Exercises  (from Texas)
   Bass Clef All-State Sight Reading Exercises  (from Texas)

If you have demonstrated competence with all of the singing
listed above, you may begin MUS 111 Sight Singing.
MUS 110 Grading Rubric
Scorecompetent at
50M
60MB
68MBT
76MBT A
84MBT AL
92MBT ALF
100MBT ALF S
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.
Ask me about fixed do and movable do.
Group Singing: For Health and Strength