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Music Rubric Sight Reading Name _______________________

Note Accuracy Intonation/Pitch Rhythmic Accuracy Timbre/Tone Quality Style


Advanced

The student performs free


from error, overall accurate
performance.
The students intonation is
accurate throughout in all ranges
and registers.
The student performs no rhythm
errors in an overall accurate
performance.
The students tone is full, rich
and characteristic of the
instrument/voice in all ranges
and registers.
The student performs correct
tempi, intended dynamic
contrasts, desired
articulations, expressive
elements, phrasing, and with
and understanding of cultural
context.
!oal
"
The student performs a few
incorrect notes that did not
detract from the overall
performance.
The students intonation is
accurate and demonstrates
minimal intonation difficulties,
but the student fails to adjust on
isolated pitches.
The student performs a few
rhythm figures incorrectly,
including short continuous
sections of imprecision.
The students tone is
characteristic in most ranges
but distorts occasionally.
The student performs many
correct tempi, intended
dynamic contrasts, desired
articulations, expressive
elements, phrasing, and with
and understanding of cultural
context.
Pro#icient
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The student performs some
incorrect notes that detract
at times from the overall
performance.
The students intonation is
mostly accurate, but includes out
of tune notes. The student does
not adjust problem pitches to an
acceptable standard.
The student performs many
rhythm figures incorrectly,
including short continuous
sections of imprecision.
The students tone exhibits
some flaws (i.e. slightly thin
and unfocused sound,
somewhat forced, air not
always used efficiently).
The student performs some
correct tempi, intended
dynamic contrasts, desired
articulations, expressive
elements, phrasing, and with
and understanding of cultural
context.
%asic
&
The student performs many
incorrect notes that
substantially detract from
the overall performance.
The students intonation exhibits
a basic sense of intonation, yet
has significant problems and the
student maes no attempt to
adjust problem pitches.
The student fre!uently performs
rhythm figures incorrect that
detracts from the overall
performance. "tudent was unable
to complete passage(s).
The students tone has several
major flaws in basic
production (i.e. consistently
thin and unfocused sound,
forced, air not used
efficiently).
The student performs a few
correct tempi, intended
dynamic contrasts, desired
articulations, expressive
elements, phrasing, and with
and understanding of cultural
context.
%elo' %asic
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The student performs a
significant number of note
errors.
The students intonation is not
accurate and is continually out
of tune.
The student performs a significant
number of rhythm errors.
The students tone is not
characteristic of the
instrument.
The student performs little to
no correct tempi, intended
dynamic contrasts, desired
articulations, expressive
elements, phrasing, and with
and understanding of cultural
context.
T)TA*
.