|Sight Singing I||
MUS 110 Schedule
MUS 110 Syllabus
|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, mi||20||20|
|B — do, re, me||20||40|
|C — do, re, mi, fa, sol — starting with do||15||55|
|D — do, re, me, fa, sol — starting with do||15||70|
|E — do, re, mi, fa, sol — starting with mi||10||80|
|F — do, re, me, fa, sol — starting with me||10||90|
|G — do, re, mi, fa, sol — starting with sol||5||95|
|8 — do, re, me, fa, sol — starting with sol||5||100|
|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 score 100 before the semester is finished,
you may perform Reciting Rhythms and Conducting I,
Memorized Singing I,
2-handed Tapping I,
or begin Sight Singing II.
|In Class: Sight Singing—Follow the finger.||Why sight sing?|