Music 12B Music 12-C
De Anza College
Time and Place: A-29
Mon, Wed, Fri. 9:30-10:20 for 12-B/C
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Music 12-A or similar class at another college is required for music 12-B. (students should have the ability to read treble and bass clef very well). For 12-C, Students should have completed music 12-B and past experience with some of the traditional classical literature.
Required Texts: An Introduction to Classics to Moderns Selected and Edited by Denes Agay ISBN# 0.8256.1266.7 and/or J.S. Bach Selection from Anna Magdalena's Notebook (no ISBN #). Other materials may also be used depending on each students ability.
Required Materials: Manuscript paper.
Students are required to attend all classes and participate in discussions, group performing and other in-class activities. Credit for missed class participation can not be made-up because it can only be done in class. Students will receive 4 points for each full class they have participated in and only partial points if they arrive late or leave early.
Students are expect to practice an average of 30 minutes each day. Practice rooms are available to students enrolled in performing music classes. To receive the practice room key for the quarter, fill out the form (with the check) and turn in the form to the lock box at A-16. The last day to turn the practice room form in is the second Friday of the quarter. After that day, practice room forms will not be accepted.
Exams and Final: (25pts. Each/75pts. total)
There will be two exams and one final. The format of the exams will basically be a performance in front of the instructor. You will essentially have three larger pieces to complete by the end of the quarter. Students may complete more than three within the quarter but must complete at least three larger works. The specific works will be assigned by the instructor. The final performance will be a performance for your colleagues.
Dropping a course is the responsibility of the student. Students are enrolled in the course until they have followed the drop procedure. The instructor will not drop a student after the first day on instruction. The only exceptions to this are hospitalization (This requires a note from a doctor), death or incarceration all of which will need proof by documentation.
A+=201+pts. A=178-200pts. A- =171-177pts.
Receiving an "INC":
In the event of an emergency situation, where by a students misses the final, the last assignment or something of that nature, students can receive an incomplete so that the missing work may be made-up within a time frame discussed between the instructor and the student. An incomplete will not be granted because of poor classroom performance or missed classroom participation.
B+=165-170pts. B=159-164pts. B- =152-158pts.
D+=127-132pts. D=121-126pts. D- =114-120pts.
F=113 pts. or