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Expression of Music

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H11 Perform music accurately and expressively demonstrating self-evaluation and personal interpretation at the minimal level of 3 on the difficulty rating scale

PA.HS.H11.02.02 Demonstrate advanced techniques (CAS: HSP.1.1.b)

PA.HS.H11.05.02 Describe and defend interpretive judgments (CAS: HSP.1.1.e)

PA.HS.H11.06.02 Explain how self-evaluation has strengthened the performance during the course of preparation (CAS: HSP.1.1.f)

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H12 Perform accurately and expressively at the first reading at the minimal level of 2 on the difficulty rating scale

PA.HS.H12.01.02 Sight-read, observing all musical symbols, tempo indications, expressive indications, and technical indications, while maintaining consistent tone quality, intonation, balance, blend, and phrasing (vocalists, pitches only) (CAS: HSP.1.2.a)

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H13 Participate appropriately as an ensemble member while performing music at the minimal level of 3 on the difficulty rating scale

PA.HS.H13.01.02 Adjust tempo, dynamics, and expression, according to the conductor (CAS: HSP.1.3.a)

PA.HS.H13.02.02 Adjust tempo, dynamics, and expression according to other members of the ensemble (CAS: HSP.1.3.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H14 Demonstrate requisite performance skill sets appropriate for postsecondary pursuits

PA.HS.H14.02.02 Identify augmented or diminished triads, starting on any given pitch (CAS: HSP.1.4.b)

PA.HS.H14.03.02 Produce a characteristic tone (CAS: HSP.1.4.c)

Creation of Music

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H21 Improvise a stylistically appropriate vocal or instrumental solo over a given pattern of harmonic progressions

PA.HS.H21.01.02 Play and/or sing individually or in ensembles, employing appropriate harmonic and non-harmonic tones in relationship to chords (CAS: HSP.2.1a)

PA.HS.H21.04.02 Vary musical material when re-approaching same harmonic progressions (improvises rather than composes) (CAS: HSP.2.1.d)

Theory of Music

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H31 Interpretation of notated of musical elements and ideas

PA.HS.H31.01.02 Identify musical elements in written form (CAS: HSP.3.1.a)

PA.HS.H31.02.02 Describe the uses of elements of music and expressive devices with appropriate musical vocabulary (CAS: HSP.3.1.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H32 Classification by genre, style, historical period, or culture

PA.HS.H32.01.02 Classify and describe unfamiliar but representative aural examples of music from a given musical genre and explain the reasoning for the classification (such as rock, jazz, classical) (CAS: HSP.3.2.a)

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H33 Evaluation of music using critical, informed analysis

PA.HS.H33.01.02 Identify basic elements of written examples of music using appropriate musical vocabulary (CAS: HSP.3.3.a)

Aesthetic Valuation of Music

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H41 Practice of appropriate behavior in cultural activities

PA.HS.H41.01.02 Demonstrate respect for the music preferences of others (CAS: HSP.4.1.a)

PA.HS.H41.02.02 Articulate and demonstrate appropriate audience behavior in various kinds of musical performance and music-related events (CAS: HSP.4.1.b)

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H42 Evaluation of the quality and effectiveness of musical performances

PA.HS.H42.01.02 Apply specific criteria from similar or exemplary models in evaluating music by others or themselves (CAS: HSP.4.2.a)

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H43 Development of criteria-based aesthetic judgment of the artistic process and products in music

PA.HS.H43.03.02 Discuss, with some understanding, the ideas of aesthetic qualities and aesthetic appreciation (CAS: HSP.4.3.c)

Measurement Topic: PA.HS.H44 Knowledge of available musical opportunities for continued musical growth and professional development

PA.HS.H44.01.02 Articulate pathways to further musical education including but not limited to higher education, music production, music business, song-writing, community institutions, music-making with others (interpersonal/friends), personal music-making, and music in everyday life (CAS: HSP.4.1.a)