2018-2019 Lesson 12: Jenny Wang

CREDITED IN DECEMBER INSTALLMENT

Repertoire Goals

Etudes

  1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 5 Innocence

  2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 7 Le Courant Limpide

  3. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 8 La Gracieuse

  4. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 9 La Chasse

  5. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 11 La Bergeronnette

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June

Practice a short session in the mornings? Then again in the evening.


Lesson Assignments:

  1. THEORY

  2. Repertoire

    1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. “The Limped Stream”

      1. Measures 1-8 - RH

        1. Practice moving through / improvising Sol Major root, first and second inversions. Both hands. Broken and solid

        2. Block RH chords

        3. Play with your RH thumb, the Alto voice - “middle voice”

        4. Play with LH and RH blocked chords

      2. Measures 1-8 RH and LH

        1. Play LH

    2. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

      1. NEXT WEEK: Have the items completed below so we can put this on review next week.

        1. Fix ms. 29-30 - LH rhythm and RH notes

        2. Be able to start at any measure of the piece

        3. LH SLURS! COME UP AT THE END.

    3. Tchaikovsky Op. 39 No. 9 “Waltz”

      1. HOLD

  3. Reading

    1. **Lesson & Musicianship 2B

      1. REDO: pages 34-35

      2. PREAPRE: pages 36-37

        “:Sight-read prepare” these pieces.

    2. Solos 2

    3. *Czerny No. 11

      1. See red pen

      2. 3 times in-a-row correctly so you feel confident to pass at your lesson.

  4. Technique (do first each practice session)

    1. Hanon No. 2

      1. Prepare at m.m. 84 from beginning to end with no pauses.

      2. Hand position - keep wrist UP especially when you play fingers 5

    2. *Technique: Level 1

      1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

        1. CLOSE LOUD

        2. STACCATO

        3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

          1. C, G, Major

          2. a, e, d Minor

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

          3. F Major

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

            2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)


  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)


  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude


  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)


THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 11: Jenny Wang

CREDITED IN DECEMBER INSTALLMENT

Repertoire Goals

Etudes

  1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 5 Innocence

  2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 7 Le Courant Limpide

  3. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 8 La Gracieuse

  4. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 9 La Chasse

  5. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 11 La Bergeronnette

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June


Lesson Assignments:

  1. THEORY

  2. Repertoire

    1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. “The Limped Stream”

      1. Measures 1-8 - RH

        1. Practice moving through / improvising Sol Major root, first and second inversions. Both hands. Broken and solid

        2. Play through the middle voice with the music then shut the music and play from memory. Work 2-3 voices at a time.

      2. Measures 1-8 RH and LH

        1. Play LH

    2. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

      1. TO END hands together with the CORRECT LH SLURS.

      2. This doesn’t need to be at a fast tempo! :)

    3. Tchaikovsky Op. 39 No. 9 “Waltz”

      1. HOLD

  3. *Reading

    1. Lesson & Musicianship 2B

      1. REDO: pages 34-35

    2. Solos 2

    3. Czerny No. 11

      1. “SPOT” Measure 3, 9 and 11

      2. Be able to play through with no pauses and good hand position.

  4. Technique (do first each practice session)

    1. Hanon No. 2

      1. Prepare at m.m. 84 from beginning to end with no pauses.

      2. Hand position - keep wrist UP especially when you play fingers 5

    2. *Technique: Level 1

      1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

        1. CLOSE LOUD

        2. STACCATO

        3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

          1. C, G, Major

          2. a, e, d Minor

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

          3. F Major

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

            2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)


  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)


  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude


  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)


THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 10: Jenny Wang

CREDITED IN DECEMBER INSTALLMENT

Repertoire Goals

Etudes

  1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 5 Innocence

  2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 7 Le Courant Limpide

  3. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 8 La Gracieuse

  4. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 9 La Chasse

  5. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 11 La Bergeronnette

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June


Lesson Assignments:

  1. THEORY

  2. Repertoire

    1. Tchaikovsky Op. 39 No. 9 “Waltz”

    2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. “The Limped Stream”

      1. LH - shape your dynamics with the contour of the notes.

      2. RH - mm. 1-8

        1. Block notes. Take apart each layer (there are three) and practice them alone. Then combine by twos then together.

    3. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

      1. mm. 27 - 32 - spot 5 times slowly

      2. mm. 40 to end hands together.

  3. Reading

    1. Lesson & Musicianship 2B

      1. Prepare pages 33-35

    2. Solos 2

    3. Czerny No. 11

      1. Hands together for next time.

  4. Technique (do first each practice session)

    1. Hanon No. 2

      1. Prepare at m.m. 84 from beginning to end with no pauses.

      2. Hand position - keep wrist UP especially when you play fingers 5

    2. *Technique: Level 1

      1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

        1. CLOSE LOUD

        2. STACCATO

        3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

          1. C, G, Major

          2. a, e, d Minor

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

          3. F Major

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

            2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)


  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)


  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude


  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)


THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

LESSON CREDIT: 2018-2019 Lesson 9: Jenny Wang

CREDITED IN DECEMBER INSTALLMENT

Repertoire Goals

Etudes

  1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 5 Innocence

  2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 7 Le Courant Limpide

  3. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 8 La Gracieuse

  4. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 9 La Chasse

  5. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 11 La Bergeronnette

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June


Lesson Assignments:

  1. THEORY

    1. See your staff paper assignment

  2. Repertoire

    1. Tchaikovsky Op. 39 No. 9 “Waltz”

    2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. “The Limped Stream”

      1. Start to learn your L.H.

    3. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

      1. RH EXACT TEMPO THROUGHOUT.

      2. LH CANTANDO

      3. mm. 19-25

        1. Expressive markings hands alone first then together. Go slowly at first.

        2. Right elbow should be loose and wrist should be relaxed and flexible. try to shake it off your arm! Poke the keys.

  3. Reading

    1. Solos 2

    2. Czerny No. 11

      1. Blue pen

  4. Technique (do first each practice session)

    1. **Hanon No. 2

      1. Prepare at m.m. 60-84 from beginning to end with no pauses.

      2. Hand position - keep wrist up and also lean into the note

    2. Technique: Level 1

      1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

        1. CLOSE LOUD

        2. STACCATO

        3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

          1. C, G, Major

          2. a, e, d Minor

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

          3. F Major

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

            2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)


  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)


  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude


  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)


THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 8: Jenny Wang

Repertoire Goals

Etudes

  1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 5 Innocence

  2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 7 Le Courant Limpide

  3. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 8 La Gracieuse

  4. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 9 La Chasse

  5. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 11 La Bergeronnette

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June


Lesson Assignments:

  1. THEORY

    1. See your staff paper assignment

  2. Repertoire

    1. Tchaikovsky Op. 39 No. 9 “Waltz”

    2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. “The Limped Stream”

      1. Start to learn your L.H.

    3. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

      1. RH EXACT TEMPO THROUGHOUT.

      2. LH CANTANDO

      3. mm. 19-25

        1. Expressive markings hands alone first then together. Go slowly at first.

        2. Right elbow should be loose and wrist should be relaxed and flexible. try to shake it off your arm! Poke the keys.

  3. Reading

    1. Solos 2

    2. Czerny No. 11

      1. Blue pen

  4. Technique (do first each practice session)

    1. **Hanon No. 2

      1. Prepare at m.m. 60-84 from beginning to end with no pauses.

      2. Hand position - keep wrist up and also lean into the note

    2. Technique: Level 1

      1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

        1. CLOSE LOUD

        2. STACCATO

        3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

          1. C, G, Major

          2. a, e, d Minor

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

          3. F Major

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

            2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)


  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)


  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude


  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)


THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 7: Jenny Wang

Repertoire Goals

Etudes

  1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 5 Innocence

  2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 7 Le Courant Limpide

  3. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 8 La Gracieuse

  4. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 9 La Chasse

  5. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 11 La Bergeronnette

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June

Lesson Assignments:

  1. THEORY

    1. See your staff paper assignment

  2. Repertoire

    1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

      1. mm. 1-25 - RH p an LH focus on dynamic range.

      2. mm. 25-35 hands together with no pauses and make sure your LH has good articulation.

  3. Reading

    1. Solos 2

    2. Czerny No. 11

      1. Learn hands apart then together

      2. Focus on wrist movement.

  4. Technique (do first each practice session)

    1. *Hanon No. 2

      1. Prepare at m.m. 60-84 from beginning to end with no pauses.

      2. Hand position - keep wrist up and also lean into the note

    2. Hanon No. 1

      1. Sprints

        1. Fast as possible with one goal of keeping balance

    3. ***Technique: Level 1

      1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

        1. CLOSE LOUD

        2. STACCATO

        3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

          1. C, G, Major

          2. a, e, d Minor

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

          3. F Major

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

            2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 6: Jenny Wang

Repertoire Goals

Etudes

  1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 5 Innocence

  2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 7 Le Courant Limpide

  3. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 8 La Gracieuse

  4. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 9 La Chasse

  5. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 11 La Bergeronnette

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June

Lesson Assignments:

  1. THEORY

    1. See your staff paper assignment

  2. Repertoire

    1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

      1. mm. 1-20 speed building, Use your practice chart! Remember phrasing an articulation is most important.

      2. mm. 25-35 hands together.

  3. *Reading

    1. Solos 2

    2. ***Czerny No. 10

      1. Be able to play with all the dynamics and correct notes with no pauses.

      2. three times in-a-row correctly.

  4. Technique (do first each practice session)

    1. Hanon No. 2

      1. Prepare at m.m. 60-84 from beginning to end with no pauses.

      2. Hand position - keep your wrist up.

    2. Hanon No. 1

      1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!

      2. Stop and Go Practice on note 3

        1. “Hold on one note, go as fast as you can through the pattern until you reach the next stopping note. Land on it like it’s close loud and don’t move on until you feel confident about it!”

        2. TIDY ATTACKS! :)

    3. ***Technique: Level 1

      1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

        1. CLOSE LOUD

        2. STACCATO

        3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

          1. C, G, Major

          2. a, e, d Minor

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

          3. F Major

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

            2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 5: Jenny Wang

Repertoire Goals

Etudes

  1. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 5 Innocence

  2. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 7 Le Courant Limpide

  3. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 8 La Gracieuse

  4. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 9 La Chasse

  5. Burgmuller Op. 100 No. 11 La Bergeronnette

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June

Lesson Assignments:

  1. Repertoire

    1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

      1. mm. 1-20 speed building, Use your practice chart! Remember phrasing an articulation is most important.

      2. mm. 25-35 hands together.

  2. Reading

    1. ***Solos 2

      1. REDO: Polka on page 28 and Turn About on page 29. Make sure you have all your expressive markings correct.

    2. *Czerny No. 10

      1. Fix black pen (spot measures 12-16)

      2. Remember the other colors as well! :)

      3. Try to pass next week.

  3. Technique

    1. **Hanon No. 2

      1. CAREFUL of fingering please!

      2. Relearn your notes.

    2. *Hanon No. 1

      1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!

      2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks!

        1. Stop and Go Practice on note 2

          1. “Hold on one note, go as fast as you can through the pattern until you reach the next stopping note. Land on it like it’s close loud and don’t move on until you feel confident about it!”

          2. TIDY ATTACKS! :)

    3. *Technique: Level 1

      1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

        1. CLOSE LOUD

        2. STACCATO

        3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

          1. C, G, Major

          2. a, e, d Minor

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

          3. F Major

            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

            2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 4: Jenny Wang

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June

Lesson Assignments:

  1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

    1. All of page one hands together. No faster than m.m. 56 per 8th note.

    2. Focus on phrase markings.

    3. RH very quiet.

  2. **Solos 2

    1. REDO: Polka on page 28 and Turn About on page 29. Make sure you have all your expressive markings correct.

  3. Czerny No. 10

    1. Fix black pen (spot measures 12-16)

    2. Remember the other colors as well! :)

    3. Try to pass next week.

  4. *Technique: Level 1

    1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

      1. CLOSE LOUD

      2. STACCATO

      3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

        1. C, G, Major

        2. a, e, d Minor

          1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

          2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

        3. F Major

          1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4 (RH finger 4 is always on B-flat)

          2. LH Fingering: (traditional) (LH 4th finger is always on G)

        4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

        5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

  5. **Hanon No. 2

    1. CAREFUL of fingering please!

    2. Relearn your notes.

  6. *Hanon No. 1

    1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!

    2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks!

      1. Stop and Go Practice on note 2

        1. “Hold on one note, go as fast as you can through the pattern until you reach the next stopping note. Land on it like it’s close loud and don’t move on until you feel confident about it!”

        2. TIDY ATTACKS! :)

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 3: Jenny Wang

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June

Lesson Assignments:

  1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

    1. No faster than m.m. 56 per 8th note.

  2. *Solos 2

    1. Prepare Unit 8

  3. Czerny No. 10

    1. Practice Plan for 4 measures at a time:

      1. Choose one goal:

        1. Pulse - one per measure

        2. Wrist up at the end of the phrase

        3. Dynamics

        4. LH soft

        5. RH Cantabile / Cantando “singing style”

        6. Slow motion then fast.

  4. *Technique: Level 1

    1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

      1. CLOSE LOUD

      2. STACCATO

      3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

        1. C, G, Major

        2. a, e, d Minor

          1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

          2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

        3. F Major

          1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4

          2. LH Fingering: (traditional)

        4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

        5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

  5. *Hanon No. 2

    1. Learn hands together after you have re-learned the fingering.

  6. *Hanon No. 1

    1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!

    2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks!

      1. Stop and Go Practice.

        1. “Hold on one note, go as fast as you can through the pattern until you reach the next stopping note. Land on it like it’s close loud and don’t move on until you feel confident about it!”

On Hold:

Lesson & Musicianship 2B

  1. Left off on page 30

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 2: Jenny Wang

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June

Lesson Assignments:

  1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

    1. Learn mm. 1-12 hands together. Remember how we worked mm. 23-24 at the lesson?

      1. Remember to practice this slowly at first, thinking of JUST NOTES and FINGERING. Don’t worry about the rhythm at first.

    2. LH - please follow all phrase markings and lift your wrist at the ends of each phrase.

    3. HA - finish learning to the end.

  2. *Solos 2

    1. Prepare Unit 8

  3. *Lesson & Musicianship 2B

    1. Prepare page 28

    2. Order of flats - memorize on page 29

  4. Czerny No. 10

    1. “Block” your LH chords to help you understand the movement.

    2. LH in measures that change the chords frequently, use the “stop & go” technique “changing rhythms”

    3. Learn to the end.

  5. *Technique: Level 1

    1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

      1. CLOSE LOUD

      2. STACCATO

      3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

        1. C, G, Major

        2. a, e, d Minor

          1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

          2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

        3. F Major

          1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4

          2. LH Fingering: (traditional)

        4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

        5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

  6. *Hanon No. 2

    1. Learn hands together after you have re-learned the fingering.

  7. *Hanon No. 1

    1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!

    2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks!

    3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys. .

      1. Tidy attacks need to be there.

On Hold:

  1. SOLOS 2:

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2018-2019 Lesson 1: Jenny Wang

Goals:

  1. RCM? Send info to June

Lesson Assignments:

  1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

    1. Learn hands alone to the end.

    2. Follow green pen.

  2. Solos 2

    1. Prepare Unit 8

  3. Lesson & Musicianship 2B

    1. Prepare page 28

    2. Order of flats - memorize on page 29

  4. Czerny No. 10

    1. Learn in chunks with NFRPE

    2. Follow the markings in the music.

  5. Demonstrate how to find any Major flat keys. 

    1. The "circle of 5ths!"

  6. *Technique: Level 1

    1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:

      1. CLOSE LOUD

      2. STACCATO

      3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)

        1. C, G, Major

        2. a, e, d Minor

          1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

          2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1

        3. F Major

          1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4

          2. LH Fingering: (traditional)

        4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H

        5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W

  7. *Hanon No. 2

    1. Learn hands together after you have re-learned the fingering.

  8. *Hanon No. 1

    1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!

    2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks!

    3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys. .

      1. Tidy attacks need to be there.

On Hold:

  1. SOLOS 2:

  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time

  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.

  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

  2. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

  3. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

  4. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

  5. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

  6. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

  7. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)

  8. *Distant Chimes by Jon George

  9. Gavotte in C by Telemann

  10. *Pantomime by Faber

  11. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)

  12. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)

  13. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)

  14. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)

  15. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

THEORY (no assignment)

  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

Performance Class: TWO

  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018

    1. Celebration

    2. Swinging Leprechaun

    3. Hopscotch

2017-2018 Lesson 33: Jenny Wang

Theory

  1. May be interested in theory lessons or content in the lesson. 

Final Recital

  1. Sunday, June 3rd, 2018
    1. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier
      1. Forward wrists on long 6ths- three times each practice session.
      2. Great descending 6ths before the recap
      3. Relax 2nd finger in root position triads
      4. Don't rush 
    2. A Starry Night by Italo Taranta
      1. Make sure the ball of your foot is on the pedal.
      2. Great ending!
      3. 3rd system dynamics
      4. Good melody at the beginning. Maybe reconsider on second system.
    3. The Ballet by Daniel Gottlob Turk
      1. Your beat is not steady from the beginning and then slows down on the 3rd system.
      2. mm. 9-12 technical practice?
      3. Staccato

Lesson Assignments:

  1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

    1. Continue to learn hands alone and follow the red pen. 
  2. **Lesson & Musicianship 2B

    1. REDO: 28-29
  3. *Czerny No. 9

    1. Practice this in two separate moods or characters. You can use dynamics, register changes, articulation, etc. 
  4. Demonstrate how to find any Major scale. 

    1. The "circle of 5ths!"
  5. Technique: Level 1

    1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:
      1. CLOSE LOUD
      2. STACCATO
      3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)
        1. C, G, Major
        2. a, e, d Minor
          1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
          2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
        3. F Major
          1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
          2. LH Fingering: (traditional)
        4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H
        5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W
  6. Hanon No. 2

    1. Learn hands together after you have re-learned the fingering.
  7. *Hanon No. 1

    1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!
    2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks! 
    3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys.  .
      1. Tidy attacks need to be there.  

On Hold:

  1. SOLOS 2:
  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time
  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.  
  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

    2. Prep B: Set 7

  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

    1. Chapter 8 - left off

___________________________________________

**REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

    1. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

    2. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

      1. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

      2. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

      3. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

        1. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)
        2. *Distant Chimes by Jon George
        3. Gavotte in C by Telemann
        4. *Pantomime by Faber
        5. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)
        6. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)
        7. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)
        8. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)
        9. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

          THEORY (no assignment)

          1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

            1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

          Performance Class: TWO

          1. Sunday, February 11, 2018
            1. Celebration
            2. Swinging Leprechaun
            3. Hopscotch

          2017-2018 Lesson 32: Jenny Wang

          Theory

          1. May be interested in theory lessons or content in the lesson. 

          Final Recital

          1. Sunday, June 3rd, 2018
            1. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier
              1. Forward wrists on long 6ths- three times each practice session.
              2. Great descending 6ths before the recap
              3. Relax 2nd finger in root position triads
              4. Don't rush 
            2. A Starry Night by Italo Taranta
              1. Make sure the ball of your foot is on the pedal.
              2. Great ending!
              3. 3rd system dynamics
              4. Good melody at the beginning. Maybe reconsider on second system.
            3. The Ballet by Daniel Gottlob Turk
              1. Your beat is not steady from the beginning and then slows down on the 3rd system.
              2. mm. 9-12 technical practice?
              3. Staccato

          Lesson Assignments:

          1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

            1. Continue to learn hands alone and follow the red pen. 
          2. *Lesson & Musicianship 2B

            1. REDO: 24-31
          3. Czerny No. 9

            1. Learn!
          4. Demonstrate how to find any Major scale. 

            1. The "circle of 5ths!"
          5. Technique: Level 1

            1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:
              1. CLOSE LOUD
              2. STACCATO
              3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)
                1. C, G, Major
                2. a, e, d Minor
                  1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
                  2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
                3. F Major
                  1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
                  2. LH Fingering: (traditional)
                4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H
                5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W
          6. Hanon No. 2

            1. Learn hands together after you have re-learned the fingering.
          7. *Hanon No. 1

            1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!
            2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks! 
            3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys.  .
              1. Tidy attacks need to be there.  

          On Hold:

          1. SOLOS 2:
          2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

            1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time
          3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

            1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.  
          4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

            1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

            2. Prep B: Set 7

          5. Solfege - (no assignment)

            1. Chapter 8 - left off

          ___________________________________________

          **REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

          1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

            1. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

            2. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

              1. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

              2. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

              3. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

                1. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)
                2. *Distant Chimes by Jon George
                3. Gavotte in C by Telemann
                4. *Pantomime by Faber
                5. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)
                6. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)
                7. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)
                8. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)
                9. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

                  THEORY (no assignment)

                  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

                    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

                  Performance Class: TWO

                  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018
                    1. Celebration
                    2. Swinging Leprechaun
                    3. Hopscotch

                  2017-2018 Lesson 31: Jenny Wang

                  Theory

                  1. May be interested in theory lessons or content in the lesson. 

                  Final Recital

                  1. Sunday, June 3rd, 2018
                    1. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier
                      1. Forward wrists on long 6ths- three times each practice session.
                      2. Great descending 6ths before the recap
                      3. Relax 2nd finger in root position triads
                      4. Don't rush 
                    2. A Starry Night by Italo Taranta
                      1. Make sure the ball of your foot is on the pedal.
                      2. Great ending!
                      3. 3rd system dynamics
                      4. Good melody at the beginning. Maybe reconsider on second system.
                    3. The Ballet by Daniel Gottlob Turk
                      1. Your beat is not steady from the beginning and then slows down on the 3rd system.
                      2. mm. 9-12 technical practice?
                      3. Staccato

                  Lesson Assignments:

                  1. Toccatina by Kabalevsky

                    1. Continue to learn hands alone and follow the red pen. 
                  2. *Lesson & Musicianship 2B

                    1. REDO: 24-31
                  3. Czerny No. 9

                    1. Learn!
                  4. Demonstrate how to find any Major scale. 

                    1. The "circle of 5ths!"
                  5. Technique: Level 1

                    1. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves:
                      1. CLOSE LOUD
                      2. STACCATO
                      3. LEGATO (don't let your wrist drop on finger 1)
                        1. C, G, Major
                        2. a, e, d Minor
                          1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
                          2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
                        3. F Major
                          1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
                          2. LH Fingering: (traditional)
                        4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H
                        5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W
                  6. Hanon No. 2

                    1. Learn hands together after you have re-learned the fingering.
                  7. *Hanon No. 1

                    1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!
                    2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks! 
                    3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys.  .
                      1. Tidy attacks need to be there.  

                  On Hold:

                  1. SOLOS 2:
                  2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

                    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time
                  3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

                    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.  
                  4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

                    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

                    2. Prep B: Set 7

                  5. Solfege - (no assignment)

                    1. Chapter 8 - left off

                  ___________________________________________

                  **REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

                  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

                    1. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

                    2. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

                      1. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

                      2. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

                      3. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

                        1. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)
                        2. *Distant Chimes by Jon George
                        3. Gavotte in C by Telemann
                        4. *Pantomime by Faber
                        5. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)
                        6. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)
                        7. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)
                        8. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)
                        9. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

                          THEORY (no assignment)

                          1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

                            1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

                          Performance Class: TWO

                          1. Sunday, February 11, 2018
                            1. Celebration
                            2. Swinging Leprechaun
                            3. Hopscotch

                          2017-2018 Lesson 30: Jenny Wang

                          Theory

                          1. May be interested in theory lessons or content in the lesson. 

                          Final Recital

                          1. Sunday, June 3rd, 2018
                            1. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier
                              1. Forward wrists on long 6ths- three times each practice session.
                              2. Great descending 6ths before the recap
                              3. Relax 2nd finger in root position triads
                              4. Don't rush 
                            2. A Starry Night by Italo Taranta
                              1. Make sure the ball of your foot is on the pedal.
                              2. Great ending!
                              3. 3rd system dynamics
                              4. Good melody at the beginning. Maybe reconsider on second system.
                            3. The Ballet by Daniel Gottlob Turk
                              1. Your beat is not steady from the beginning and then slows down on the 3rd system.
                              2. mm. 9-12 technical practice?
                              3. Staccato

                          Lesson Assignments:

                          1. Technique: Level 1

                            1. LH descending needs work with fingering! :)
                            2. Focus on a rounded hand position. 
                            3. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves: these need to be perfect on the first try
                              1. C, G, Major
                              2. a, e, d Minor
                                1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
                                2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
                              3. F Major
                                1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
                                2. LH Fingering: (traditional)
                              4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H
                              5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W
                          2. Hanon No. 1

                            1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!
                            2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks! 
                            3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys.  
                          3. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier (L. 1)

                            1. See the expressive markings in blue. 
                          4. The Ballet (L. 1)

                            1. mm. 9-12 
                              1. Accent practice - accent every other note, then switch to the note that wasn't accented - DO THIS HANDS TOGETHER.
                              2. Close Loud - hands together
                              3. High Loud - hands togehter
                            2. Practice hands alone, then together with music. 
                            3. Practice starting at any random measure of the piece. 
                            4. Play through entire piece without music as if it was your recital 
                          5. A Starry Night (L. 1)

                            1. Fix the blue pencil
                            2. Pedal need to be correct - changing on the downbeat
                            3. Practice the new dynamics. 
                            4. Practice hands alone, then together with music. 
                            5. Practice starting at any random measure of the piece. 
                            6. Play through entire piece without music as if it was your recital. 

                          On Hold:

                          1. Lesson & Musicianship 2B

                          2. SOLOS 2:

                          3. CZERNY No. 8 (no assignment)

                          4. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

                            1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time
                          5. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

                            1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.  
                          6. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

                            1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

                            2. Prep B: Set 7

                          7. Solfege - (no assignment)

                            1. Chapter 8 - left off

                          ___________________________________________

                          **REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

                          1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

                            1. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

                            2. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

                              1. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

                              2. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

                              3. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

                                1. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)
                                2. *Distant Chimes by Jon George
                                3. Gavotte in C by Telemann
                                4. *Pantomime by Faber
                                5. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)
                                6. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)
                                7. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)
                                8. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)
                                9. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

                                  THEORY (no assignment)

                                  1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

                                    1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

                                  Performance Class: TWO

                                  1. Sunday, February 11, 2018
                                    1. Celebration
                                    2. Swinging Leprechaun
                                    3. Hopscotch

                                  2017-2018 Lesson 29: Jenny Wang

                                  Theory

                                  1. May be interested in theory lessons or content in the lesson. 

                                  Final Recital

                                  1. Sunday, June 3rd, 2018
                                    1. A Starry Night by Italo Taranta
                                    2. The Ballet by Daniel Gottlob Turk
                                    3. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier
                                  2.  

                                  Lesson Assignments:

                                  1. Technique: Level 1

                                    1. LH descending needs work with fingering! :)
                                    2. Focus on a rounded hand position. 
                                    3. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves: these need to be perfect on the first try
                                      1. C, G, Major
                                      2. a, e, d Minor
                                        1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
                                        2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
                                      3. F Major
                                        1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
                                        2. LH Fingering: (traditional)
                                      4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H
                                      5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W
                                  2. Hanon No. 1

                                    1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!
                                    2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks! 
                                    3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys.  
                                  3. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier (L. 1)

                                    1. See the expressive markings in blue. 
                                  4. The Ballet (L. 1)

                                    1. mm. 9-12 
                                      1. Accent practice - accent every other note, then switch to the note that wasn't accented - DO THIS HANDS TOGETHER.
                                      2. Close Loud - hands together
                                      3. High Loud - hands togehter
                                    2. Practice hands alone, then together with music. 
                                    3. Practice starting at any random measure of the piece. 
                                    4. Play through entire piece without music as if it was your recital 
                                  5. A Starry Night (L. 1)

                                    1. Fix the blue pencil
                                    2. Pedal need to be correct - changing on the downbeat
                                    3. Practice the new dynamics. 
                                    4. Practice hands alone, then together with music. 
                                    5. Practice starting at any random measure of the piece. 
                                    6. Play through entire piece without music as if it was your recital. 

                                  On Hold:

                                  1. Lesson & Musicianship 2B

                                  2. SOLOS 2:

                                  3. CZERNY No. 8 (no assignment)

                                  4. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

                                    1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time
                                  5. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

                                    1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.  
                                  6. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

                                    1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

                                    2. Prep B: Set 7

                                  7. Solfege - (no assignment)

                                    1. Chapter 8 - left off

                                  ___________________________________________

                                  **REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

                                  1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

                                    1. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

                                    2. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

                                      1. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

                                      2. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

                                      3. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

                                        1. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)
                                        2. *Distant Chimes by Jon George
                                        3. Gavotte in C by Telemann
                                        4. *Pantomime by Faber
                                        5. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)
                                        6. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)
                                        7. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)
                                        8. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)
                                        9. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

                                          THEORY (no assignment)

                                          1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

                                            1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

                                          Performance Class: TWO

                                          1. Sunday, February 11, 2018
                                            1. Celebration
                                            2. Swinging Leprechaun
                                            3. Hopscotch

                                          2017-2018 Lesson 28: Jenny Wang (LESSON CREDIT)

                                          DUSTIN CREDITED ONE LESSON FROM A PREVIOUS CANCELLATION. 

                                          Theory

                                          1. May be interested in theory lessons or content in the lesson. 

                                          Final Recital

                                          1. Sunday, June 3rd, 2018

                                            Lesson Assignments:

                                            1. Technique: Level 1

                                              1. LH descending needs work with fingering! :)
                                              2. Focus on a rounded hand position. 
                                              3. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves: these need to be perfect on the first try
                                                1. C, G, Major
                                                2. a, e, d Minor
                                                  1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
                                                  2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
                                                3. F Major
                                                  1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
                                                  2. LH Fingering: (traditional)
                                                4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H
                                                5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W
                                            2. Hanon No. 1

                                              1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!
                                              2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks! 
                                              3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys.  
                                            3. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier (L. 1)

                                              1. Exaggerate expression markings (staccato)
                                              2. Forward wrist - launch your wrist up whenever you have a note longer than a quarter note
                                              3. Memory next week. 
                                            4. The Ballet (L. 1)

                                              1. Practice at a slow tempo with a focus in tidy attacks. 
                                              2. Practice starting at any measure of the piece. 
                                            5. A Starry Night (L. 1)

                                              1. Pedal - every downbeat
                                              2. Slow this down - think about a lazy starry night!
                                              3. RH is the star! Melody.
                                              4. Memory next week.

                                            On Hold:

                                            1. Lesson & Musicianship 2B

                                            2. SOLOS 2:

                                            3. CZERNY No. 8 (no assignment)

                                            4. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

                                              1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time
                                            5. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

                                              1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.  
                                            6. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

                                              1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

                                              2. Prep B: Set 7

                                            7. Solfege - (no assignment)

                                              1. Chapter 8 - left off

                                            ___________________________________________

                                            **REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

                                            1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

                                              1. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

                                              2. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

                                                1. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

                                                2. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

                                                3. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

                                                  1. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)
                                                  2. *Distant Chimes by Jon George
                                                  3. Gavotte in C by Telemann
                                                  4. *Pantomime by Faber
                                                  5. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)
                                                  6. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)
                                                  7. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)
                                                  8. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)
                                                  9. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

                                                    THEORY (no assignment)

                                                    1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

                                                      1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

                                                    Performance Class: TWO

                                                    1. Sunday, February 11, 2018
                                                      1. Celebration
                                                      2. Swinging Leprechaun
                                                      3. Hopscotch

                                                    2017-2018 Lesson 27: Jenny Wang

                                                    Theory

                                                    1. May be interested in theory lessons or content in the lesson. 

                                                    Final Recital

                                                    1. Sunday, June 3rd, 2018

                                                      Lesson Assignments:

                                                      1. Technique: Level 1

                                                        1. LH descending needs work with fingering! :)
                                                        2. Focus on a rounded hand position. 
                                                        3. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves: these need to be perfect on the first try
                                                          1. C, G, Major
                                                          2. a, e, d Minor
                                                            1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
                                                            2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
                                                          3. F Major
                                                            1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
                                                            2. LH Fingering: (traditional)
                                                          4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H
                                                          5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W
                                                      2. Hanon No. 1

                                                        1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!
                                                        2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks! 
                                                        3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys.  
                                                      3. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier (L. 1)

                                                        1. Exaggerate expression markings (staccato)
                                                        2. Forward wrist - launch your wrist up whenever you have a note longer than a quarter note
                                                        3. Memory next week. 
                                                      4. The Ballet (L. 1)

                                                        1. Practice at a slow tempo with a focus in tidy attacks. 
                                                        2. Practice starting at any measure of the piece. 
                                                      5. A Starry Night (L. 1)

                                                        1. Pedal - every downbeat
                                                        2. Slow this down - think about a lazy starry night!
                                                        3. RH is the star! Melody.
                                                        4. Memory next week.

                                                      On Hold:

                                                      1. Lesson & Musicianship 2B

                                                      2. SOLOS 2:

                                                      3. CZERNY No. 8 (no assignment)

                                                      4. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

                                                        1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time
                                                      5. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

                                                        1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.  
                                                      6. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

                                                        1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

                                                        2. Prep B: Set 7

                                                      7. Solfege - (no assignment)

                                                        1. Chapter 8 - left off

                                                      ___________________________________________

                                                      **REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

                                                      1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

                                                        1. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

                                                        2. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

                                                          1. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

                                                          2. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

                                                          3. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

                                                            1. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)
                                                            2. *Distant Chimes by Jon George
                                                            3. Gavotte in C by Telemann
                                                            4. *Pantomime by Faber
                                                            5. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)
                                                            6. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)
                                                            7. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)
                                                            8. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)
                                                            9. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

                                                              THEORY (no assignment)

                                                              1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

                                                                1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)

                                                              Performance Class: TWO

                                                              1. Sunday, February 11, 2018
                                                                1. Celebration
                                                                2. Swinging Leprechaun
                                                                3. Hopscotch

                                                              2017-2018 Lesson 26: Jenny Wang

                                                              Theory

                                                              1. May be interested in theory lessons or content in the lesson. 

                                                              Final Recital

                                                              1. Sunday, June 3rd, 2018

                                                              Performance Class

                                                              1. Sunday, February 11, 2018
                                                                1. Celebration
                                                                2. Swinging Leprechaun
                                                                3. Hopscotch!

                                                              Lesson Assignments:

                                                              1. Technique: Level 1

                                                                1. LH descending needs work with fingering! :)
                                                                2. Focus on a rounded hand position. 
                                                                3. Scales: HS, 2 Octaves: these need to be perfect on the first try
                                                                  1. C, G, Major
                                                                  2. a, e, d Minor
                                                                    1. RH Fingering: 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
                                                                    2. LH Fingering: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1, 4, 3, 2, 1, 3, 2, 1
                                                                  3. F Major
                                                                    1. RH Finering: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
                                                                    2. LH Fingering: (traditional)
                                                                  4. Major Scale Formula: Tonic, W, W, H, W, W, W, H
                                                                  5. Minor Scale Formula: Tonic, W, H, W, W, H, W, W
                                                              2. *Hanon No. 1 - DUSTIN BRING NO. 2 NEXT WEEK

                                                                1. m.m. 72 - Close Loud - attack each key!
                                                                2. m.m. 132 - two notes per beat focusing on legato. Tidy attacks! 
                                                                3. Sprint! Three times as fast as you can, keeping close to the keys.  
                                                              3. Red Satin Jazz by Martha Mier (L. 1)

                                                                1. RECORD yourself playing this and then play back. writing down each section that needs work in your practice chart! 
                                                              4. The Ballet (L. 1)

                                                                1. Practice measures 9-12 hands together, taking turns accenting each subdivision of each beat.
                                                              5. *A Starry Night (L. 1)

                                                                1. Please see all the existing green and red markings. 
                                                              6. LESSON & MUSICIANSHIP 2B

                                                                1. PREPARE: 18-22
                                                              7. **Solos 2

                                                                1. REDO: page 25
                                                                2. PREPARE: 28 (UNIT 7)

                                                              On Hold:

                                                              1. CZERNY No. 8 (no assignment)

                                                              2. BARTOK: Mikrokosmos (no assignment)

                                                                1. PREPARE: No. 8 next time
                                                              3. Basic Rhythmic Training (no assignment)

                                                                1. PREPARE: 65-66 Be able to ta and conduct.  
                                                              4. Four Star, Sight-reading and Ear Tests (no assignment)

                                                                1. DUSTIN BRING SETS 8-10

                                                                2. Prep B: Set 7

                                                              5. Solfege - (no assignment)

                                                                1. Chapter 8 - left off

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                                                              **REVIEW - once a week with your music. The "*" means we've heard it.

                                                              1. Andante in G Minor by Telemann (L. 1)

                                                                1. *Haydn German Dance in D Major (L. 1)

                                                                2. *Hopscotch by Boris Berlin (L. 1 Etude)

                                                                  1. *Celebration by Anne Crosby Gaudet (L. 1 Etude)

                                                                  2. *A Swinging Leprechaun by Mike Schoenmehl (L. 1 Etude)

                                                                  3. Etude in C Major by Félix Le Couppey (L. 1 Etude

                                                                    1. Far Away by Teresa Richert (L. 1 Etude)
                                                                    2. *Distant Chimes by Jon George
                                                                    3. Gavotte in C by Telemann
                                                                    4. *Pantomime by Faber
                                                                    5. Curious Cat by Teresa Richert (Prep A)
                                                                    6. Baby Kangaroo (12/7/17)
                                                                    7. Teeter-Totter by Dale Reubart (Prep A)
                                                                    8. Dmitri Kabalevsky: Marching Op. 39 No. 3 (Prep A)
                                                                    9. *Let's Waltz by Elvina Pearce (Prep A)

                                                                      THEORY (no assignment)

                                                                      1.  Music Theory for Young Children 3 (no assignment)

                                                                        1. Left off at page 34 (scale theory)