2-handed Tapping II MUS 111 ScheduleMUS 111 SyllabusWilliam Wieland
Perform slowly and keep a steady tempo. Do not pause, stop, or restart. Please do not count aloud.

Competently means few or no mistakes, e.g. a 4-bar phrase may have one careless mistake.
GRADING RUBRIC
Item performed competently  Points Running Total
QQuarter Notes and Quarter Rests (only new students)
BBeats (only new students)
EEighth Notes (only new students)
15
15
15
15
30
45
D (dotted quarters) — Chapter 1 — Select 2-part & Medium.
C (compound meter) — Chapter 4 — Select 2-part & Medium.
½ (half note beat) — Chapter 1 — Select 2-part & half note beat.
8 (8th note beat) — Chapter 1 — Select 2-part & 8th note beat.
5
5
5
5
50
55
60
65
22 x 3 slowly from memory
F (fast) — 2 x 3 quickly from memory
44 x 3 from memory
5
5
5
70
75
80
6 (16th notes) — Chapter 10 — Select 2-part & Medium. 10 90
33 x 2 from memory
Z (I needed a letter.) — 3 x 4 from memory
5
5
95
100
FOR FUN — The app described in the following video requires only one hand, but it's quite tricky. — Steve Reich's Clapping Music

Why tap with 2 hands? To improve sight reading and ambidexterity. (Think percussion and piano.)