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At third year and above, technical development is incorporated into the preparation of the repertoire; instructors will assign a variety of repertoire appropriate to the specific needs of each student.
2. Repertoire, Studies, Technical Exercises and Vocalises
These will be selected by the instructor as appropriate.
3. Quick Study
Piano and Voice
One quick study is to be performed at the jury examination.
4. Other Materials
Orchestral excerpts, special techniques, transposition, etc. to be introduced at the discretion of the instructor.
5. Performance and Attendance at Recitals and Master classes
- Students are required to perform in at least one student recital.
- Students are required to attend all student recitals in their own division (i.e., piano, voice, woodwinds, brass and percussion, guitar and strings.
The student will receive one hour of private instruction per week for 10 weeks and will be required to practice adequately as specified by the instructor.
a) 70% of the total mark will be allotted by the instructor on the basis of weekly achievement in the various
aspects of the course. This will be recorded by the instructor at the conclusion of each lesson. Factors to be
considered are progress, punctuality and attendance, musicianship and completion of the minimum
b) 30% of the total mark will be based on a jury examination which two members of the music faculty will
c) Up to 10% of the total mark will be deducted for unsatisfactory participation in recitals and master classes.
The following explains the grading calculation:
5% is deducted for failure to perform
1% is deducted for each absence from the Arts at One series
If a student has not attended the required number of divisional recitals, 1% is deducted for each absence.
1% is added for each additional performance and/or accompaniment above the minimum. This addition will
only offset marks that have been deducted.
For piano concentrators, 1% is deducted for failure to accompany.
The successful student should learn the interpretation and performance of repertoire and technical requirements as outlined in the Course Content.
The instructor will recommend suitable materials.
Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.
|Institution||Transfer Details||Effective Dates|
|There are no applicable transfer credits for this course.|