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Arrangement Summative 
Students are to write an arrangement of the piece that had been transcribed in quarter 2 for two or more other people in their class. Pieces must be at a playable level, written in the correct range for the instruments and transposed correctly. Attention to balance in part writing must be given to have a successful performance.
Rubric Code: Z222B75
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Subject: Music  
Type: Assessment  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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Written
  Poor

1 pts

Fair

2 pts

Good

3 pts

Excellent

4 pts

Use of Notation Software
10 %

Poor

Was unable to use the program that was chosen effectively.
Fair

Had a lot of difficulties that were not successfully solved.
Good

Was able to use the software to accomplish the task but could have used it more extensively.
Excellent

Excellent use of the software.
Range
20 %

Poor

Incorrect range for the instruments in the ensemble.
Fair

Made several mistakes in range for the instruments in the ensemble.
Good

Made very few mistakes in range for the instruments in the ensemble.
Excellent

Wrote the parts in the correct range for the instruments in the small ensemble.
Transposition
20 %

Poor

Transpositions were done incorrectly.
Fair

Transpositions had many mistakes that detracted from the performance.
Good

A couple mistakes were made in transposition.
Excellent

Transpositions were done correctly for all instruments.
Creativity
30 %

Poor

Piece was strictly copied and transposed for the instruments with nothing changed.
Fair

Not much was changed but an attempt was made.
Good

Several things were changed to make the piece the students' own interpretation, whether it be dynamics, different rhythms, less or more difficult notes.
Excellent

Piece was unique from the transcription/original showing the students' own interpretation... things were added or taken away. There was a different style, change in dynamics, different rhythmic interpretations, a different arrangement of sections, an introduction, ending, new road map etc.
Balance/Part Writing
20 %

Poor

Not any thought as to the difficulty of the parts for the involved instrumentalists/performers or the balance in ensemble.
Fair

Some thought given to the difficulty of the parts for the involved instruments/performers and the balance in the ensemble, for example melody vs. accompaniment.
Good

A lot of thought given to the difficulty of the parts for the instrumentalists involved as well as the balance in the ensemble, for example melody vs. accompaniment.
Excellent

Parts well written with appropriate thought given to the difficulty of the parts for the instrumentalits involved, as well as the balance in the ensemble. Well-written!




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