I added a helpful button to the Student Resources page with a link to a PDF of common tempo markings and some of their definitions and associated BPMs. An interesting look for sure, and should be helpful as you fine-tune your Solo & Ensemble projects!
Make a copy for your group of the FINAL EXAM WORKSHEET. Pay attention that there are 5 pages you will be competing!
You will be selecting repertoire and designing a program for two concerts.
I. Repertoire Selection
II. Concert Program
You may model your program after Chippewa Falls High School or you can create a fictional school.
Innapropriate names or content will result in an automatic F and referral to administration.
You will need your chromebook.
Create a new, blank Google doc and share it with both Mr. Renneke and Mr. Hitt.
You will be writing a essay/letter/blog post that is not to exceed one page in length.
Your essay/letter/blog post can use a semi-conversational style, but should not be informal - that means no slang, no "text speak", no memes.
Your essay/letter/blog post should share your thoughts and reflections on the following questions. Always consider the rubric: TONE, INTONATION, ACCURACY, TECHNIQUE, EXPRESSION, BALANCE/SET-UP.
On the bottom of your letter/essay/blog post you will be nominating students for the elected Leadership Team. Review the descriptions of the different positions.
Nominate the following:
In every young musicians life there will come a point where the instrument they began on will no longer be satisfactory. I don't mean "satisfactory" in the sense that a beginner-level instrument will one day run out of joy to provide, but rather that a student's growth as a musician will be inhibited by the level and quality of the instrument they are using.
But we paid $$$$ for this instrument -
Black shirt, sweater
Ties are optional
Jacket or blazer
Black dress shoes
Black shirt, sweater
Black dresses (no strapless dresses)
Black skirt (be aware of the length)
Band room is open
Students may arrive, assemble instruments, start to warm-up
Full wind warm-up begins
VARSITY BAND: Instrumental Music Room
SYMPHONIC BAND: Choir Room
PERCUSSION: Double check on stage that instruments are set-up and ready
Varsity Band performs first; Symphonic Band is seated in aud.
Transition quietly between groups
WW Quintet and Sax Choir perform
Symphonic Band performs
Help with clean-up and tear-down
After one weather-related cancellation, pep band season is officially underway tonight! Click here to see the entire pep band schedule. Tonight is also Alumni Night - looking forward to seeing some familiar faces!
The upcoming Winter Band Concert is on January 9, 2017 at 7:00pm in the Chippewa Falls High School Auditorium and features performances by the Varsity Band, Symphonic Band, Woodwind Quintet, and the Sax Choir. We hope you can join us for our Winter Concert.
Mr. Renneke will be running a sample AP Music Theory lesson in the music tech lab on Wednesday and Friday during Lunch A for interested students. AP Music Theory is currently offered to seniors, but a great option for underclassmen is to first enroll in Popular Songwriting.
This blog is intended to serve as a collection of announcements and information for current students and their families.
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