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Sunday, April 29, 2012

4-29-2012 Musical Creation and Performance

Teching the CCCS
Visual and Performing Arts
Grades 5-8
Performance: Music

1.3 Performance: All students will synthesize those skills, media, methods, and technologies appropriate to creating, performing, and/or presenting works of art in dance, music, theatre, and visual art.
B.  By the end of grade 8, those students choosing MUSIC as their required area of specialization demonstrate COMPETENCY in the following content knowledge and skills.
Western, non-Western, and avant-garde notation systems have distinctly different characteristics.
Perform instrumental or vocal compositions using complex standard and non-standard Western, non-Western, and avant-garde notation.
Stylistic considerations vary across genres, cultures, and historical eras.
Perform independently and in groups with expressive qualities appropriately aligned with the stylistic characteristics of the genre.
Understanding of discipline-specific arts terminology (e.g., crescendo, diminuendo, pianissimo, forte, etc.) is a component of music literacy.
Apply theoretical understanding of expressive and dynamic music terminology to the performance of written scores in the grand staff.
Improvisation is a compositional skill that is dependent on understanding the elements of music as well as stylistic nuances of historical eras andgenres of music.
Improvise music in a selected genre or style, using the elements of music that are consistent with basic playing and/or singing techniques

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