Sight Singing I MUS 110 ScheduleMUS 110 SyllabusWilliam Wieland
Sing slowly and keep a steady tempo. Do not pause, stop, or restart.
Remember, good posture and breath support improve intonation.
Item performed competently Points  Running Total
A — do, re, mi2020
B — do, re, me2040
 
C — do, re, mi, fa, sol — starting with do1555
D — do, re, me, fa, sol — starting with do1570
 
E — do, re, mi, fa, sol — starting with mi1080
F — do, re, me, fa, sol — starting with me1090
 
G — do, re, mi, fa, sol — starting with sol595
8 — do, re, me, fa, sol — starting with sol5100
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.
If you have demonstrated competence with all of the levels listed above, you may begin Sight Singing II.


In Class: Sight Singing—Follow the finger.