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Honor Choir Audition

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Rubric Code: XX9X4B2
Audition for elementary honor choir.
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Categories: Subjects: Music  
Types: Class note  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8

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  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Superior
4 pts
Pitch Accuracy
Poor

Cannot match pitch. The student shows no confidence.
Fair

The student can match some pitch, but still has difficulty hearing notes. Lacks confidence.
Good

The student can accurately match more than 50 percent of pitches. The student may still have trouble with chromaticism and large leaps. Confidence is still present.
Superior

The student can accurately match at least 90 percent of pitches. Student performs pitches confidently and flawlessly.
Vocal Quality
Poor

The student may sing loud, rough and closed. The student would probably not be able to blend with most ensembles.
Fair

The student has awareness of vocal quality, but is still lacking the desired open-tone choral timbre. The student could blend in some ensembles with preparation.
Good

The student has good vocal quality, including a smooth, open tone. The student may have difficulty in extreme ranges or difficult music. The student has potential to perform well in any ensemble.
Superior

The student exemplifies the model choral sound, having an open, free sound. The student does not struggle to produce tone. The student's sound would strengthen the ensemble.
Singing Technique
Poor

Student displays no knowledge of basic vocal technique such as proper breathing, mouth formations, and posture.
Fair

Student displays some knowledge of basic singing technique. Student has more controlled breath but may lack other techniques.
Good

Student is familiar with singing techniques. Student displays proper breathing, posture and is able to form most vowel and consonant placements correctly.
Superior

Student shows no difficulty when performing with proper breath, posture, and mouth formations.
Student Prepared Song
Poor

Student could not sing the song on the pitch given. Student changed pitches and had trouble singing the melody of the song.
Fair

Student did not start on the correct pitch and/or started and stopped a lot (not always in the correct key) but did finish correct when indicated.
Good

Student sang the song correctly. There were a few pitch problems, but the melody of the song was more than 75% accurate.
Superior

Student sang the song without any flaws and with confidence.
Classroom/Group Attitude
Poor

Student has poor attitude. Shows negativity and lack of leadership abilities.
Fair

Student displays some negative attitude. Student is unable to portray appropriate leadership abilities.
Good

Student has very positive attitude. Portrays some leadership abilities and is willing to work with others.
Superior

Student has a positive, charismatic attitude. The student shows potential of being a great leader and gets along with others.



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