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Musicianship Rubric

Superior
4 pts
Excellent
3 pts
Good
2 pts
Needs Improvement
1 pt
Poor
0 pts
Posture Superior
Student sits with correct
posture and consistently
demonstrates a proper
playing position no
visible tension.
Ecellent
Student!s posture is
somewhat correct and
most o" the time
demonstrates a proper
playing position with
limited visible tension.
#ood
Student o"ten shows
tension or improper
body$instrument position
during playing.
%eeds &mprovement
Student rarely
demonstrates proper
posture' tension is highly
visible in the throat' (aw
and body. &nstrument is
held incorrectly
)oor
Student does not
demonstrate any
aspects o" how to stit or
hold instrument
properly.
Tone Quality Superior
*one +uality is
consistently clear
throughout the range o"
the instrument.
Ecellent
*one +uality is clear
through the normal
playing range. ,n
etreme note in the
range sometimes causes
the -uality to be less
controlled.
#ood
*one +uality is o"ten
clear and "ocused' but
sometimes the tone is
uncontrolled in the
normal playing range.
.ccasionally the tone
-uality detracts "rom the
overall per"ormance.
%eeds &mprovement
*he tone is o"ten not
clear or "ocused
regardless o" the range'
signi"icantly detracting
"rom the overall
per"ormance. /*he tone
lac0s practice1
)oor
Student re"used to play.
%o credit given "or this
assignment$test.
Intonation Superior
2irtually no errors. )itch
is very accurate
Ecellent
,n occasional isolated
error' but most o" the
time pitch is accurate
and secure
#ood
Some accurate pitches'
but there are "re-uent
and$or repeated errors.
%eeds &mprovement
2ery "ew accurate or
secure pitches
)oor
Student re"used to play.
%o credit given "or this
assignment$test.
Fingering / Articulation Superior
Student "ingers all notes
correctly and uses all
correct articulation. *his
includes attac0s' releases
and phrasing
Ecellent
Student "ingers most
notes correctly and
per"orms most o" the
articulation correctly 3
only a "ew errors *his
includes attac0s' releases
and phrasing
#ood
Student "ingers some
notes correctly and
occasionally uses the
correct articulation *his
includes attac0s' releases
and phrasing
%eeds &mprovement
Students rarely "inger the
notes correctly and rarely
uses the correct
articulation
)oor
Student re"used to play.
%o credit given "or this
assignment$test.
Musiciansip Superior
)er"orms with creative
interpretation o" the
style o" music in
response to the core.
4ses accurate dynamic
levels and timbre
Ecellent
*ypically per"orms with
an interpretation and
style suggested by
instructor.
#ood
5ynamic levels are
inconsistent and
per"ormed with some
interpretation' but not
consistently.
%eeds &mprovement
,ttention to dynamics is
lac0ing "rom the
per"ormance. Singer
rarely demonstrates
epression' simply sings
the notes.
)oor
6an not hear to
evaluate or student
re"used to sing. %o
credit given "or this
assignment$test.
Stage Presence Superior
Student used appropriate
tone and volume to
demand authority.
Student displayed
con"idence.
Student seemed at ease
in "ront o" peers.
Ecellent
Student -uic0ly gained
con"idence as the
presentation continued.
*he student was able to
remain composed in
"ront o" peers.
#ood
Student was obviously
nervous but was able to
carry out the lesson with
the use o" notes. *hey
were "idgiting during the
presentation.
%eeds &mprovement
Student was not able to
"inish their presentation.
7eing in "ront o" peers
made them distracted and
giggly.
)oor
Student re"used to sing.
%o credit given "or this
assignment$test.
Attention/Focus in !lass Superior
Student is "ocused and
attentive throughout
class and "ollows
directions to the best o"
his$her ability
Ecellent
Student is usually
"ocused and attentive
during class but is
sometimes distracted by
others
#ood
Student is sometimes
"ocused and attentive
during class but is easily
distracted by others
%eeds &mprovement
Student is rarely "ocused
and attentive in class' is
easily distracted by others
and is o"ten a distraction
to other students
)oor
Student is almost never
"ocused and attentive in
class. Student
"re-uently distracts and
disrupts the class.