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Percussion Ensemble

Page history last edited by Scott Engel 2 years, 7 months ago

MUSICTHEORY.NET

 

Recordings for Spinning Song:

Spinning Song- Full.m4a

Spinning Song- Page 2.m4a

Spinning Song- DC to coda.m4a

 

Classwork (3/26):

Complete one full session of each of the four trainers below. Make SURE you submit each code into the google form AND take a picture of the screen to have as a backup. Remember you can restart each one as often as you like as long as you have enough time to complete all four.

Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:52

Keyboard Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:57

Keyboard Reverse Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:46

Note Construction (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50. 2:11

 

Classwork (2/20):

Complete one full session of each of the two trainers below. Make SURE you submit each code into the google form AND take a picture of the screen to have as a backup.

Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)

Keyboard Reverse Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)

 

Classwork (2/15):

Complete one full session of each of the four trainers below. Make SURE you submit each code into the google form AND take a picture of the screen to have as a backup. Remember you can restart each one as often as you like as long as you have enough time to complete all four.

Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:52

Keyboard Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:57

Keyboard Reverse Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:46

Note Construction (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50. 2:11

 

Then visit http://vicfirth.com/percussion-101-keyboard/ and scroll down until you see "TAKE THE ONLINE QUIZ TO TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE!"

Take this quiz. Make sure you read the reasoning behind the answers so you learn the correct response for any wrong answer you submit. When complete, call Mr. Engel over to review the responses with you.

 

Classwork (12/20):

Complete one full session of each of the four trainers below. Make SURE you submit each code into the google form AND take a picture of the screen to have as a backup. Remember you can restart each one as often as you like as long as you have enough time to complete all four.

Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:52

Keyboard Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:57

Keyboard Reverse Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:46

Note Construction (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50. 2:11

 

If you finish early, visit the Vic Firth Mallet Catalog website and write down mallet choices for the following characteristics:

     1. Marimba mallet which is yarn, wood, and hard

     2. Marimba mallet which is yarn, wood, and medium

     3. Marimba mallet which is yarn, wood, and soft

     4. Bells mallet which also works on xylophones

     5. Xylophone mallet which also works on marimba

     6. Brightest, loudest mallet possible (this would break most bars)

 

Classwork (12/18):

Note Identification (naturals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:34

Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:52

Keyboard Note Identification (naturals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:47

Keyboard Note Identification (accidentals, 50 questions)- score to beat 50/50, 1:57

Complete one full session of each of the four trainers. Make SURE you submit each code into the google form AND take a picture of the screen to have as a backup.

 

Classwork (9/21):

Vic Firth Keyboard Videos (and online test!)

 

Assessment (9/15):

Green scale assessment using the following rubric.

 

Classwork (8/26):

Click here or type in musictheory.net into your web browser.

Then listen to directions.

 

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Homework (due in class on Friday, 11/6):

1. Play and count (together or separately) the sixteenth note rhythms you composed. This is for an assessment.

2. Try the Five-Stroke Roll and Nine-Stroke Roll as indicated on page 11.

 

Homework (due in class on Thursday, 10/29):

  1. Page 6, #4- play on snare AND count out loud (separately, not together)
    1. Tempo- 120bpm
  2. Page 6, #5- play on snare or pad
    1. Tempo- 82bpm

 

Homework (due in class on Wednesday, 10/21):

Play AND count snare drum exercises 3, 4, and 5 on page 5.

 

Homework (due Sunday, 10/11):

Complete one full session of each of the three trainers. Make SURE you submit each code into the google form AND take a picture of the screen to have as a backup. The grade in the gradebook will be an average of the 3 scores.

Trainer 1:  note identification trainer

Trainer 2: keyboard note trainer

Trainer 3: keyboard reverse identification trainer **You must complete at least 65 for it to count.**

 

 

Classwork (Friday, 10/2):

Part A:

Watch the following videos and complete the "Vic Firth Percussion 101 Study Guide: Keyboard Percussion" worksheet provided in the green substitute folder. Once you have completed the worksheet, turn it in to the substitute.

Instrument Characteristics and Maintenance

Setup and Playing Position

Grip and Stroke

Rolls

Xylophone

Glockenspiel/Bells

Vibraphone

Marimba

Chimes

 

Part B:

Go to the Music Tech lab and log in to a computer. Complete one full session of each of the three trainers. Make SURE you submit each code into the google form AND take a picture of the screen to have as a backup. The grade in the gradebook will be an average of the 3 scores.

Trainer 1:  note identification trainer

Trainer 2: keyboard note trainer

Trainer 3: keyboard reverse identification trainer **You must complete at least 65 for it to count.**

 

Part C:

Remember that next class we are going to play all the way through The Magic Flute. So you must practice your parts so you can be successful playing the entire piece on Tuesday. Have a good weekend!

 

 

Homework (due 9/13):

Complete the keyboard reverse identification trainer. Your goal is 97% or higher. Whatever score you get will go in the gradebook. The assignments is worth 20 points. When you finish your assignment, don't forget to enter the code into the google form. Feel free to submit as many times as you want to get the highest grade possible.

 

 

Homework (due 9/9):

Complete the keyboard note trainer. Your goal is 97% or higher. Whatever score you get will go in the gradebook. The assignments is worth 20 points. When you finish your assignment, don't forget to enter the code into the google form. Feel free to submit as many times as you want to get the highest grade possible.

-OR- 

Complete the note identification trainer. Your goal is 97% or higher. Whatever score you get will go in the gradebook. The assignments is worth 20 points. When you finish your assignment, don't forget to enter the code into the google form. Feel free to submit as many times as you want to get the highest grade possible.

-OR-

Complete both for 5% extra credit on each assignment!

 

 

Homework (due 9/7):

Complete the keyboard note trainer. Your goal is 97% or higher. Whatever score you get will go in the gradebook. The assignments is worth 20 points. When you finish your assignment, don't forget to enter the code into the google form. Feel free to submit as many times as you want to get the highest grade possible.

 

Continue to practice the note identification trainer. This link does not have a time limit. Simply use it to practice as much as you need to improve your accuracy AND your speed.

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