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Learning Goal:

Through performance of current music, students will: Demonstrate characteristic tone on his/her instrument, Understand musical symbols for rhythm and pitch, Develop balance and blend with the ensemble, Continually increase the level of musical expression, Develop an appreciation for the aesthetics of music. 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, ostinato, minor-major seventh chord, augmented-major seventh chord, augmented seventh chord, paradiddle, paradiddle-diddle, root position, first inversion, second inversion, third inversion, Swiss army triplet


Theory Units 10 - 12

Db Major Scale

Gb Major Scale

B Major Scale

E Major Scale

A Major Scale

D Major Scale

Rudimental Warmups and Etudes

Sight-Reading/new literature


Practice Journals

SmartMusic Assignments

     Rudiment Warmup        

     Rudiment Etude

     Scales (Above)

     Solo #13 - or Choice

Rehearsal Attendance

Lesson Plans Percussion I - VI - Weeks  28 - 36

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