Measures of Success for String Orchestra Book 1 - Cello

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From the very beginning, students are presented with simple and memorable phrases to help teach important concepts in a fun way.

More focus on finger preparation and location, especially as students begin to cross strings.

Four chapters (Opus 1-4) correspond with the typical four quarters in a school year.
Achievable benchmarks give students a feeling of constant accomplishment.

Four full-page assessments provide clear tools for accountability and help measure student progress in numerous areas.

Critical Listening: Students listen to musical examples and are asked to critique performances, identify style / tempo markings, time signatures and more.

Playing by ear: Students listen to patterns and echo them back. Eventually, students are given basic tunes and are asked to learn / play them by ear.

Composer's Corner - Composition, Arranging, and Improvisation: Progressive lessons move from composition into basic arranging and early improvisation.

Theory and Terminology: Written exercises reinforce everything from terms and notation to composers and historical facts.

Performance: Musical exercises assess what students have learned in the Opus.

Special Bow Exercises: Studies enrich, supplement and further develop right-hand technique.

Full Curriculum Guide: Written by curriculum specialist Denese Odegaard, the complete curriculum guide includes goals, essential understandings, essential questions, outcomes, performance tasks, assessments and lesson plans. Correlated with the most current standards in music education, the guide ties into the latest curriculum guidelines of the American String Teachers Association and the National Association for Music Education.



Catalog: SB307VC
Publisher: Fjh
Authors: Gail V. Barnes, Brian Balmages, Carrie Lane Gruselle, Michael Trowbridge
Instrument: Cello
Level: 1



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