Learning Goal:

Through performance of current performance literature, students will: Demonstrate characteristic fundamentals, understand movement vocabulary and design, develop balance and clarity with the ensemble, continually increase the level of expression, develop an appreciation for the aesthetics of movement.

SCALE: I / II / III / IV / V


bass note, root position, first inversion, second inversion, seventh chord, dominant seventh chord, major seventh chord, minor seventh chord, half-diminished seventh chord, fully-diminished seventh chord, minor-major seventh chord, augmented major seventh chord, augmented seventh chord, root position, first inversion, second inversion, third inversion


Theory Units 10 - 12

Bb Harmonic Minor

Eb Harmonic Minor

Ab Harmonic Minor

Db Harmonic Minor

Gb Harmonic Minor

B Harmonic Minor

Technical and Melodic Etudes

Sight-Reading/new literature


Practice Journals

Theory Analysis - 10, 11, 12

SmartMusic Assignments

     Rubank Melodic Etudes - 14, 15, 16     Rubank Technical Etudes - 10, 11, 12

     Scales (Above)

Rehearsal Attendance

Lesson Plans Eurythmics I - VI - Weeks 28 - 36