Bass  Syllabus-­‐Yellow  

 
 
Student  prepares  two  pieces  from  a  set  list  of  six:  
 
1. Crossin’  Three  (HL  Pg  22)  
2. Octa  Gone  (HL  Pg  23)  
3. Rock  ‘N’  Rest  (HL  Pg  32)  
4. Movin  8’s  (HL  Pg  35)  
5. Eight  Ball  (HL  Pg  35)  
6. Octave  Blues  (HL  Pg  28)  
 
Student  to  prepare  three  pieces  set  by  ensemble  director  in  the  lead  up  to  
assessment  period  (Student  to  be  assessed  on  one):  
 
1. Libertango  
2. Trio  (JW  Pg  42)  
3. Tres  Guitarras  (JW  Pg  46)  
 
 
Play  a  G  major  scale  at  MM=60  ascending  and  descending  with  clear  
articulation:  

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Play  a  C  major  arpeggio  at  MM=60  ascending  and  descending  with  clear  
articulation:  

hqey|eqh=||
8  beat  note  in  middle  range  with  crescendo  and  diminuendo:  

?jjjj|jjjj||
Open  string  rake  exercise:  
 
i-­‐m  m-­‐i  on  each  open  string  

 

 a  perfect  5th  from  C  would  be  G     C   D   E   F   G   1   2   3   4   5   E. Read  an  eight  beat  rhythm  using  correct  rhythm  names.  Note  values:  as   for  white  with  the  addition  of  paired  quavers     Semibreve                  w                  ___________________________   Minim                                  h                  ___________________________     Crotchet                          q                  ___________________________     Crotchet  rest          Q                ____________________________                         Quavers                      ry ____________________________     5.  voice)   2.   piano.  ¾. Tune  their  instrument  to  their  teacher’s  instrument  (except  strings. Sing  a  Perfect  5th  or  a  Perfect  4th  from  a  starting  note  given  on  the   piano     *A  Perfect  5th  is  an  interval  that  is  five  notes  away  from  a  given  note  (Count  the   first  note  as  1  when  counting  up)     E.  a  perfect  4th  from  C  would  be  F     C   D   E   F   G   1   2   3   4   5       3.  4/4  time  signatures   .  percussion. Identify  and  explain  2/4.   Musicianship:     1.g.g. Sing  back  a  three  note  motif  played  three  times  on  the  piano  within  a   comfortable  vocal  range     4.

Musical  language:     Identify  and  explain:     ƒ Forte         _____________________________________________________________________________________     π Piano     _____________________________________________________________________________________                       Crescendo     _____________________________________________________________________________________     Diminuendo     _____________________________________________________________________________________     Andante     _____________________________________________________________________________________     Allegro     _____________________________________________________________________________________   ? Clef  (as  appropriate  to  instrument)   _____________________________________________________________________________________   + Stave/staff   _____________________________________________________________________________________   ==|== Bar-­‐line   ___________________________________________________________________________________   ==|| Double  bar-­‐line   _____________________________________________________________________________________   ==|| Repeat  sign     _____________________________________________________________________________________   $` 4/4  time  signatures         .

Fortissimo   ____________________________________________________________________________________     Staccato   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Legato   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Sharp   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Flat   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Natural   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Accent   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Fermata   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Mezzo  Piano   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Mezzo  Forte   ___________________________________________________________________________________   Pianissimo   ___________________________________________________________________________________   .