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MU.68.C.1.1

Develop strategies for listening to unfamiliar musical works.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Cognition and reflection are required to...

  • 52
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., listening maps, active listening, checklists

MU.68.C.1.2

Compare, using correct music vocabulary, the aesthetic impact of a performance to one’s own hypothesis of the composer’s intent.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Cognition and reflection are required to...

  • 42
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e.g., quality recordings, peer group and individual performances, composer notes, instrumentation, expressive elements, title

MU.68.C.1.3

Identify, aurally, instrumental styles and a variety of instrumental ensembles.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Cognition and reflection are required to...

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e.g., Classical, Baroque, Romantic, contemporary, jazz, pop, solo, duet, trio, quartet, small ensembles

MU.68.C.1.4

Identify, aurally, a variety of vocal styles and ensembles.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Cognition and reflection are required to...

  • 10
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e.g., chant, spiritual, folk, opera, world, jazz, pop, solo, duet, trio, quartet, small ensembles, choirs

MU.68.C.2.1
Critique personal performance, experiment with a variety of solutions, and make appropriate adjustments with guidance from teachers and peers.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Assessing our own and others’ artistic work,...

  • 44
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., intonation, balance, blend, phrasing, rhythm

MU.68.C.2.2
Critique, using correct music vocabulary, changes in one’s own or others’ musical performance resulting from practice or rehearsal.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Assessing our own and others’ artistic work,...

  • 47
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Remarks/Examples:

e.g., blend, balance, ensemble playing, sonority, technique, tone quality

MU.68.C.2.3
Critique personal composition and/or improvisation, using simple criteria, to generate improvements with guidance from teachers and/or peers.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Assessing our own and others’ artistic work,...

  • 10
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MU.68.C.3.1

Apply specific criteria to evaluate why a musical work is an exemplar in a specific style or genre.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The processes of critiquing works of art...

  • 21
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MU.68.F.1.1
Create a composition and/or performance, using visual, kinesthetic, digital, and/or acoustic means to manipulate musical elements.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Creating, interpreting, and responding in...

  • 11
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MU.68.F.1.2

Create an original composition that reflects various performances that use "traditional" and contemporary technologies.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Creating, interpreting, and responding in...

  • 5
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e.g., MIDI, Internet video resources, personal digital assistants, MP3 players, cell phones, digital recording, music software

MU.68.F.2.1

Describe several routes a composition or performance could travel from creator to consumer.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Careers in and related to the arts...

  • 18
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e.g., MIDI and other technology, production, sharing on the Internet, home studios, professional recording studios, sales

MU.68.F.2.2

Describe how concert attendance can financially impact a community.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Careers in and related to the arts...

  • 19
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e.g., increased revenues at restaurants, hotels, and travel agencies; venue maintenance, parking attendants

MU.68.F.3.1

Describe how studying music can enhance citizenship, leadership, and global thinking.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

  • 24
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e.g., dedication to mastering a task, problem-solving, self-discipline, dependability, ability to organize, cultural awareness, mutual respect

MU.68.F.3.2
Investigate and discuss laws that protect intellectual property, and practice safe, legal, and responsible acquisition and use of musical media.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

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MU.68.F.3.3

Identify the tasks involved in the compositional process and discuss how the process might be applied in the work place.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: The 21st-century skills necessary for...

  • 9
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e.g., idea, development, editing, selling, revising, testing, presenting

MU.68.H.1.1

Describe the functions of music from various cultures and time periods.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Through study in the arts, we learn about...

  • 19
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MU.68.H.1.2

Identify the works of representative composers within a specific style or time period.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Through study in the arts, we learn about...

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MU.68.H.1.3

Describe how American music has been influenced by other cultures.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Through study in the arts, we learn about...

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MU.68.H.1.4

Classify authentic stylistic features in music originating from various cultures.


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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Through study in the arts, we learn about...

  • 22
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e.g., rhythm, layered texture, key patterns, tonality, melodic line, quarter- or semi-tones, national folk melodies, improvisation, instrumentation, aural/oral traditions, drumming patterns

MU.68.H.1.5
Using representative musical works by selected composers, classify compositional characteristics common to a specific time period and/or genre.
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Content Complexity: N/A

Date Adopted/Revised: 12/10

Belongs to: Through study in the arts, we learn about...

  • 14
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