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Orchestra Excerpt Playing Test 2 
String Orchestra playing test
Rubric Code: V6X27A
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Subject: Music  
Type: Presentation  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Failing

64 pts

Below Grade Level

73 pts

At Beginning of Grade Level

82 pts

At Grade Level

91 pts

Above Grade Level

100 pts

Rhythm

Failing

No sense of pulse. Rhythms are incorrect. Unable to show basic understanding of Relationships between different Rhythms.
Below Grade Level

Inconsistant pulse. Most rhythms are incorrect.
At Beginning of Grade Level

Basic sense of pulse. Some rhythms are incorrect.
At Grade Level

Secure pulse with minor rhythmic problems
Above Grade Level

Strong sense of pulse. All rhythms performed accurately
Dynamics

Failing

No distinguishable difference between any of the dynamic markings.
Below Grade Level

A few of the dynamics are observed but most are ignored. There is little distinguishable difference between different markings and during Crescendos and decrescendos.
At Beginning of Grade Level

Half of the dynamic markings are observed and there is some distinguishable between different markings and during difference during Half the Crescendos and decrescendos.
At Grade Level

Most of the dynamic markings are observed and there is clear distinguishable difference during Most the Crescendos and decrescendos.
Above Grade Level

Allt of the dynamic markings are observed and there is artistic, clear distinguishable difference during All the Crescendos and decrescendos.
Note Accuracy

Failing

Music has too many errors. Needs attention.
Below Grade Level

Several errors occur. Most of the intonation is incorrect and there are many wrong notes.
At Beginning of Grade Level

Occasional note is missed, due to key signature, shift or accidental. Basic Tonality can be heard.
At Grade Level

Few notes are missed. Mistakes do not detract from music. Most of the intonation is correct and there are no wrong notes.
Above Grade Level

Excellent accuracy. No mistakes were made, therefore music was performed as written.
Left Hand

Failing

Does not demonstrate
basic left hand structure. Left hand is always in the incorrect position when playing.
Below Grade Level

Basic structure beginning but not consistant.
At Beginning of Grade Level

Left hand has correct shape and design but has too much tension,
limiting success.
At Grade Level

Left hand has good basic structure. Wrist is relaxed and arm moves fluidly around instrument. Intonation and overall success still limited by left hand.
Above Grade Level

Left hand is excellent.
The hand is consistant, accurate, relaxed and allows for success. Inonation and expressive playing are not limited or inhibited by left hand in any way.
Right Hand

Failing

Does not demonstrate
basic right hand structure
Below Grade Level

Bow arm needs attention. No flexibility.
Arm needs to be relaxed. Address contact point and arm weight
At Beginning of Grade Level

Bow arm has beginning basic structure. Contact point, weight and speed are inconsistant.
At Grade Level

Bow arm has beginning basic structure. Contact point, weight and speed are consistant. Able to get enough volume consistenly.
Above Grade Level

Excellent bow arm. Right hand is flexible and fluid. Elbow and shoulder are aiding sound. Great contact point and natural weight
Tone

Failing

Poor sound. Needs more bow, better weight distribution, needs better contact point. Keep left hand secure for good sound
Below Grade Level

Sound not developed. Keep working towards more volume and consistancy in tone
At Beginning of Grade Level

Tone is generally consistant. Continue to expand on good bow principles
At Grade Level

Tone is developed. Good basic use of the bow and left hand.
Above Grade Level

Tone is excellent. Great use and distribution of the bow. Steady contact point, good arm weight.
Bowing

Failing

Bowing is consistently backwards. Articulations are consistently ignored. Bow management, or the specific section of bow that is to be used, is consistently incorrect.
Below Grade Level

Bowing is correct some of the time. A few of the articulations are observed but most are not. Bow management is correct some of the time.
At Beginning of Grade Level

Bowing is correct half of the time. A few of the articulations are observed but most are not. Bow management is correct some of the time.
At Grade Level

Bowing is correct most of the time. Most of the articulations are observed. Bow management is correct most of the time
Above Grade Level

All bowings and articulations are observed. Bow management is consistently correct.



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