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Advanced Guitar High School Course #: MU 31 Course Name: Advanced Guitar Prerequisites: MU 30 or audition. Must have access to a classical or acoustic guitar. Grade Level: 10­12 Level of Difficulty: Average/High # of Credits: 1 Sem. – ½ Credit MU 31 is a continuation of MU 30. Emphasis is on advanced note reading and rhythms, use of upper positions and solo playing. Individual and groups studies are included. Public performance is a possibility. Placement is by teacher recommendation/audition. The following Instrumental Music objectives are integrated throughout the entire course: INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC SKILLS Strand 1: Create
· Concept 1: Singing, alone and with others, music from various genres and diverse cultures.
· Concept 2: Playing instruments, alone and with others, music from various genres and diverse cultures.
· Concept 3: Improvising rhythms, melodies, variations, and accompaniments.
· Concept 4: Composing and arranging music.
· Concept 5: Reading and notating music. Strand 2: Relate
· Concept 1: Understanding the relationships among music, the arts, and other disciplines outside the arts.
· Concept 2: Understanding music in relation to history and culture.
· Concept 3: Understanding music in relation to self and universal themes. Strand 3: Evaluate
· Concept 1: Listening to, analyzing, and describing music.
· Concept 2: Evaluating music and music performances. The following Reading and Writing performance objectives may be used throughout the course: LANGUAGE ARTS CONNECTION Reading S1, S2, S3 Vocabulary Acquire and use new vocabulary in relevant contexts to identify the intended meaning of unfamiliar words and identify the meaning and pronunciations of words by using a variety of reference aids. S1, S2, S3 Comprehension Strategies Employ strategies to comprehend music terminology using prior knowledge, text features, and reading techniques.
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 1 Advanced Guitar High School Writing S3C2 Expository S2C3 Persuasive Expository writing includes non­fiction writing that describes, explains, informs, or summarizes the ideas and content. The writing supports a thesis based on research, observation and/or experience. Persuasive writing is used for the purpose of influencing the reader. The author presents an issue and expresses an opinion in order to convince an audience to agree with the opinion or to take a particular action. MATH CONNECTION S1C1 Number Sense Understand and apply numbers, ways of representing numbers, the relationships among numbers and different number systems. S3C1 Patterns Identify patterns and apply pattern recognition to reason mathematically. S3C4 Analysis of Change Analyze change in a variable over time and in various contexts. HISTORY AND CULTURAL CONNECTIONS ** History and cultural connections to the music will be determined by the repertoire selected for the class by the teacher. For example:
· Specific historical or cultural influences on the composer.
· Background information of the composer or arranger.
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 2 Advanced Guitar High School MU 31–Suggested Teaching Timeline 1 st and 2 nd Semester August January Music theory Scales Chords September February October March Notation systems: standard, chord nomenclature, tablature All major scales (open and first position) Circle of Fifths All key & time signatures II­V’s All minor scales Modes Blues­ pentatonic scales Major Minor 7 th m7 (open and first position) Major Minor 7 th m7 (all positions on guitar) diminished and augmented, major 7ths, m7b5, dim7, aug7 (open and first position) Extended chords diminished, augmented, major 7ths, m7b5, dim7, aug7 (all positions on guitar) November April December May Forms Major, minor, 7 modes, blues­ pentatonic scales (all positions on guitar) Altered chords (all positions on guitar) Chord substitution
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 3 Advanced Guitar High School Technique Classical Finger picking Folk strums Finger picking Plectrum/pick strums Jazz technique Rock technique Comping Lead solo playing Performance Sight Read Ensemble playing Solo playing Jam sessions Ensemble performances Solo performances Standard Chord nomenclature Tablature Improvisation Rock improvisation Jazz improvisation comping Lead solo playing Rhythm playing Composition/Arranging Blues improvisation Arranging Composition
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 4 Advanced Guitar High School Classical Classical technique Classical forms Classical styles Historical periods: Rennaissance. Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20 th Century Jazz Comping Jazz technique Jazz forms Jazz rhythmic styles Rock Rock technique Rock forms and styles Riffs and licks Soloing Rhythm playing Lead solo playing Amp settings Effects and processors
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 5 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective S1C2­PO 302 Exhibiting proper care and maintenance of their instrument. S1C2­PO 315 Playing, performing, and/or auditioning using music from a wide variety of genres, cultures, and styles. Linking Performance Objective PO 301 Identifying the various parts of their instrument.
PO 311 Playing by rote short rhythmic patterns while maintaining a steady beat. PO 312 Playing varied repertoire from different genres at appropriate level from the standard repertoire. Vocabulary · Tuning peg
· Fret board
· Neck
· Nut
· Sound hole
· Vocal
· Articulate
· Rhythm
· Pattern
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Ensemble
Melody
Patterns Notes/Resources * No adopted text. Materials and resources as suggested by the teacher. Guitar Manual 1 by Ian Miller, published by Warner Bros. Progressive Rhythm Guitar by Gary Turner & Brendon White, published by Gilligan Printers, Australia. Beginning Rock Guitar by Paul Howard, published by Alfred. Blues Boogie and Rock Guitar by Larry McCabe, published by Mel­Bay.
PO 313 Sight reading repertoire accurately and expressively at one level below performance level.
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 6 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective S1C2­PO 315 (cont). Linking Performance Objective PO 314 Responding to various patterns and cues representing meters in one, two, three, four, five or six beat patterns, constant or changing tempi, and mood or style indicators. Vocabulary Notes/Resources PO 316 Playing simple melodies in several keys. S1C2­ PO 310 Producing a characteristic tone quality on their instrument. PO 303 Maintaining good posture and playing position. PO 304 Utilizing the proper left and right hand holding posture for their stringed instrument. PO 305 Exhibiting proper strumming, picking, and finger picking, including the techniques used for staccato, legato, down stroke, and upstroke. PO 306 Playing scales in all forms.
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Aural A Modern Approach to Classical Guitar Vol. I­III by Charles Duncan, published by Hall Leonard. Along with: A Modern Method For Guitar Vol. I­II by William G. Leavitt, published by Berklee Press. First Lessons for Guitar by Julio Sagreras, Ricordi Americans. Published by Hal Leonard.
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 7 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective S1C2­ PO 310 (cont.) Linking Performance Objective PO 307 Recognizing when their instruments are in tune by listening to a given pitch. Vocabulary Notes/Resources PO 308 Recognizing pitch discrepancies and responding appropriately in a harmonic context. PO 309 Playing natural harmonics of an octave and a fifth, and two octaves on all open strings. S1C1­PO 303 Vocally articulating rhythmic patterns of different meters. S1C3­PO 301 Improvising simple melodic figures or phrases within teacher specified guidelines.
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Phrase S1C4­PO 201 Composing simple melodic motifs or phrases within teacher specified guidelines.
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Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 8 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective S1C5­PO 304 Using appropriate terminology to describe and explain music encountered in the repertoire. Linking Performance Objective PO 301 Reading music in simple meters. (e.g., 4/4, 3/4, 2/3, 6/8, cut time). PO 302 Identifying and applying musical terms and symbols appropriate to the repertoire encountered. PO 303 Playing expressively on pitch and in rhythm, dynamics, phrasing, and tempo markings encountered in the repertoire (e.g., staccato, marcato, legato, ritardando, accent, and fermata). Vocabulary · Meter
· Expressively
· Dynamics
· Staccato
· Marcato
· Legato
· Ritardando
· Accent
· Fermata
· Key Signature
· Time Signature
· Accidental
· Form
Notes/Resources PO 305 Recognizing and playing key signatures and accidentals in the repertoire. PO 306 Identifying intervals encountered in the repertoire. PO 307 Describing and playing simple musical forms as encountered in the repertoire.
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 9 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective S2C1­PO 301 Analyzing the relationship between music and various functions/events (e.g., specific to content area). Linking Performance Objective PO 302 Explaining how music can be transcribed from one music medium to another (e.g., one instrument to another, one ensemble to another.) Vocabulary · Composer
· Motivation
· Relationship Notes/Resources Music for 3­4 Guitars Vol. I­IV by J. Chandonnet, published by Doberman­Yppan. PO 303 Recognizing composers’ motivations for creating the music being performed by the students. PO 304 Analyzing and applying the relationship between rhythm and mathematics as it occurs in the repertoire. Second Lessons for Guitar by Julio Sagreras, Ricordi Americans, published by Hal Leonard.
PO 305 Recognizing the connections between music and other content areas as encountered in the repertoire. PO 307 Describing and applying the physical factors essential to playing/singing within the repertoire (e.g., posture, fingerings, hand position). PO 308 Analyzing and applying the effect the instrument’s physical properties has on its sound as student skill level increases.
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 10 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective S2C1­PO 301 (cont.) Linking Performance Objective Vocabulary Notes/Resources PO 309 Adjusting to acoustic properties as they affect the performers and the performance space. PO 310 Analyzing how the basic elements of two or more arts disciplines can be used to express similar events, emotions, scenes, or ideas (e.g., sound in music, movement in dance, images in art, words in poetry). S2C2­PO 302 Identifying and comparing a varied repertoire of music from diverse genres and musical styles. PO 301 Describing the origins and development of instrumental/vocal music. PO 303 Playing a varied repertoire of music utilizing appropriate stylistic elements reflective of history and culture. The Frederick Noad Guitar Anthology – 4 texts (The Romantic Guitar, The Baroque Guitar, The Renaissance Guitar, The Classical Guitar), published by Amsco.
PO 304 Applying appropriate audience behavior in the context and style of music being performed. PO 305 Identifying and analyzing the context in which the composer wrote the Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 11 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective S2C2­PO 302 (cont.) Linking Performance Objective work being played. Vocabulary Notes/Resources PO 306 Identifying various roles of music in daily experiences. PO 307 Identifying the musical characteristics that make a piece of music appropriate for a specific event or function. PO 308 Identifying and discussing the roles/careers musicians play in various societies and investigate opportunities for life long participation in music. S2C3­PO 302 Reflecting the roles and impact music plays in their lives and the lives of others. PO 301 Describing specific musical characteristics that influence their preference of specific musical works and styles. PO 303 Describing the various ways that music conveys universal themes (e.g., contrast, conflict, emotion). PO 304 Distinguish music preferences (I like it because……) from music judgments (It is good because……)
Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 12 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective S3C1­PO 312 Listening to musical examples with sustained attention. Linking Performance Objective from cultural judgments (It is important because……..) Vocabulary Notes/Resources PO 301 Describing music from various cultures and genres. PO 302 Describing and analyzing the musical characteristics that make a piece of music appropriate for a specific event. PO 305 Comparing/contrasting the performance of a solo/ensemble in relation to the genre or style performed. PO 306 Using appropriate terminology to describe and explain music. PO 307 Identifying and explaining the elements of music in the repertoire. PO 309 Analyzing their role (e.g., melody, harmony, accompaniment, foreground/background) within the texture of the ensemble. Music for 3­4 Guitars Vol. I­IV by J. Chandonnet, published by Doberman­Yppan.
PO 310 Determining whether the instrument Governing Board Approved 2008 Page 13 Advanced Guitar High School Students will demonstrate proficiency by: Priority Performance Objective Linking Performance Objective is sharp, flat, or in tune by listening to a pitch reference/ensemble. S3C1­PO 312 (cont.) PO 311 Analyzing the expressive qualities (e.g., dynamics, tempo, phrasing, vibrato) of music used to create different moods or feelings. S3C2­PO 303 Showing respect for personal work and the work of others through appropriate critique. PO 301 Analyzing the characteristics that evoke a temperament or mood in a piece of music. Vocabulary ·
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PO 302 Using student specified criteria to evaluate a musical performance. PO 304 Evaluating the effect of audience and performers’ behavior on the performance. PO 305 Describing the experience(s) of their performance and the performance of others.
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