Instrumental Music 10, 20, 30

Credits: 5 per course
Prerequisite and Co-requisites:

  • 10-level: Recommended that students have junior high instrumental music experience and co-requisite is Band 15
  • 20-level: successful completion of 10-level and co-requisite is Band 25
  • 30-level: successful completion of 20-level and co-requisite is Band 35

Develop musical knowledge including: aural skills, technical skills, theory, musical style and history. Enhance musical skills including performance of scales, studies, sight-reading and a variety of repertoire. May be offered as brass, percussion, woodwinds, strings, or various combinations.

Band 15, 25, 35

Credits: 5 per course
Prerequisites and Co-requisites:

  • 15-level co-requisite is Instrumental Music 10
  • 25-level prerequisite recommended is Band 15 and co-requisite is Instrumental Music 20
  • 35-level recommended prerequisite is Band 25 and co-requisite is Instrumental Music 30

Apply personal practice strategies in an ensemble setting. Interpret select music creatively and critically. Rehearse repertoire and perform publicly with a large group or ensemble. Explore and apply elements of quality performance and performance etiquette.

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