Semester One Final Exam Playing Test
All-State Band Audition Music
This music will serve three purposes for NCHS Wind Ensemble members:
1. Your Semester One Final Exam Playing Test
2. Semester Two Chair Placement (based on your final exam)
3. All-State Band Audition
Your final exam is due as an mp3 or M4A file on or before December 8th @ 9PM.
Each file must be 10MB in size or smaller.
Plan ahead for this due date.
Record each excerpt separately and upload each individually.
Everyone should have three (3) separate recordings to upload.
Woodwinds and Brass
1. Chromatic Scale (as written @ tempo given)
2. Excerpt #1
3. Excerpt #2
Be careful when you are uploading your recording. It is wise to take your time and upload things slowly. Close and quit your web browser completely between uploads, and make sure that you see the following "RECEIVED" notification after each upload. Doing uploads quickly without refreshing your web browser can often times have you upload the same file over and over.
When you have all your recordings finished and ready to upload click here.
WIND ENSEMBLE (PERIOD 4/5)
The Wind Ensemble is the premiere group of the NCHS band program. Its roster consists of highly talented high school students and employs a curriculum based on the Indiana Academic Standards for High School Instrumental Music. This course includes a balanced comprehensive study of music that develops skills in the psychomotor, cognitive, and affective domains. Classroom activities are designed to develop elements of musicianship including tone production, technical skills, intonation, music reading skills, listening skills, analyzing music, studying historically significant styles of literature, and integration of other applicable disciplines such as sight-reading and correct responses to a conductor’s musical insight to the literature being studied and to be performed. Students study a varied advanced repertoire of the highest caliber. The ensemble maintains a rigorous workout of developmentally appropriate concert band literature, technical studies, and has a high ability and artistry to convey a composer’s intent in the performance of music. There is periodic classroom assessment to monitor student progress. Time outside of the school day is scheduled for rehearsals and performances. A number of public performances at formal concerts and/or band contests serve as a culmination of daily classroom instruction and musical goals. Out-of-school rehearsals, performances, and activities are part of the course grade. These activities are an integral element that support and extend learning in the classroom. Private lessons are required. If you have any questions regarding Wind Ensemble contact Mr. Granlund at 259-5301 ext. 45383 or email@example.com
Important Announcements and Information for the Wind Ensemble
can be found in the area below.