Instrumental Conducting and Error Detection
Development of critical rehearsal and conducting skills through score preparation, lesson planning, rehearsal goals and predicting issues, performance accuracy, score transpositions, error detection, conducting gesture analysis, and music-mapping for the development of expressive conducting gesture.
MUSIC
535R
 Hours2.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtSummer
Course Outcomes: 


Conducting and Error Detection

  • Demonstrate ability to study scores effectively to predict ensemble needs
  • Demonstrate ability to prepare effectively for rehearsal and develop lesson plans
  • Demonstrate ability to map a piece
  • Demonstrate ability to use clear and effective conducting gestures to enhance ensemble's performance
  • Conduct and perform for each other in micro teaching modules
  • Demonstrate ability to perform in an ensemble with accuracy and precision
  • Demonstrate ability to detect errors in score and performance in a positive manner, recommend solutions, and reinforce good behaviors
  • Analyze and assess performance practice in live lab settings
  • Demonstrate ability to transpose concert score for each instrument in the ensemble
  • Students will show empathy, respect and courtesy towards each other throughout the learning process