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1

What four criteria are observed when evaluating musical competency:

1-Technique2-Articulation3-Time/Rhythm4-Tone/Musicality

2

What is considered to be adequate time for an auditionee to warm-up?

10 minutes

3

When circumstances do not allow 2 board members, who is required to be the auditioner?

The band officer or enlisted band leader.

4

What are the three steps in the audition process?

1-Prepared Material2-Scales/Arpeggios3-Sight Reading

5

What is the order of scales required in the audition?

A) ChromaticB) MajorC) Natural MinorD) Harmonic MinorE) Melodic Minor

6

A numerical grade of 3.45 - 4.00 is described as:

Superior

7

A numerical grade of 3.20 - 3.40 is described as:

Outstanding

8

A numerical grade of 3.00 - 3.15 is described as:

Excellent

9

A numerical grade of 2.85 - 2.95 is described as:

Above average

10

A numerical grade of 2.70 - 2.80 is described as:

Average

11

A numerical grade of 2.50 - 2.65 is described as:

Fair

12

A numerical grade of 2.30 - 2.45 is described as:

Below average

13

A numerical grade of 2.00 - 2.25 is described as:

Poor

14

A numerical grade of 0.00 - 1.95 is described as:

Unsatisfactory

15

Definition of Competence: Untrainable in six months. What's the numerical grade?

0.00 - 1.95

16

Definition of Competence: Remedial practice required. What's the numerical grade?

2.00 - 2.25

17

Definition of Competence: Trainable. What's the numerical grade?

2.30 - 2.45

18

Definition of Competence: Training required. What's the numerical grade?

2.50 - 2.65

19

Definition of Competence: Capable of some 1st chair parts. What's the numerical grade?

2.70 - 2.80

20

Definition of Competence: Capable of most 1st chair parts. What's the numerical grade? (2 answers)

2.85 - 2.95 AND 3.00 - 3.15

21

Definition of Competence: Able soloist & principal player. What's the numerical grade?

3.20 - 3.40

22

Definition of Competence: Master of the instrument. What's the numerical grade?

3.45 - 4.00

23

What parts are used for sight reading?

1st chair parts of grade IV music