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Extra-Curricular Proposal

Guitar Excul:

Citayam, 30 May 2017

SCHOOL DIRECTOR AND HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPALS NARADA NATIONAL PLUS HIGH SCHOOL PERUMAHAN KOSAMBI BARU BLOK A EXT-1, JAKARTA 11750

Dear Mr./Mrs.

Based on the interest of several students in the body of Music, this letter is a proposal to form an Music (Guitar) club or extra-curricular class in Narada School. The main goal of this class is to provide

a fun opportunity for students to broaden their knowledge in Music, to better equip the students to

compete in Music and to prepare the students in taking Music study in university particularly guitar

performance.

It is our hope that this proposal will be approved. Enclosed with this are the planned activities

(syllabus) along with minimal purchases needed to conduct the class in 2 semesters. Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Thank you for your consideration.

Regards,

Septian Dwi Cahyo

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TOPICS

The Extra-curricular topics relate to the implementation of music theory and its application using guitar. This topic is essentially:

Music Theory (Music Theory is the basic knowledge of music that could implemented to play some instruments)

Solfegio (Solfegio is a hearing practice to spread musical sensivity particularly in hearing and will help us to play instruments, create composition, etc)

Guitar Techniques (ThisTo play a music instrument, we have to knowing the basics, including its techniques)

2. BENEFITS TO STUDENTS

By doing Music projects students will:

Have much less difficulty in understanding music theory. This is actually basic parts of music that students could apply in many music scene such as composing, playing an instruments, arranging.

Student also will have another experience to playing music instruments together with their friends. This activity also could shape social interactive among students.

Develop structured and creative thinking through music.

Have better opportunity in music competition or festivals.

3. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

3.1. Venue.

music lab will be used. Extra cupboard or table may be needed to store the tools and equipment.

3.2. Tools and Equipment.

Music Stand. Each student will use one music stand to put the score that they studying, so student could read the score easily.

Foots tool. To help them to play classical guitar.

Projector. For music video example.

Loudspeakers. To play music example.

4. SYLLABUS (DRAFT)

4.1. Semester 1

1. Understanding Basic Music Theory and Guitar Component Day 1 Understanding basic music theory: Time
1. Understanding Basic Music Theory and Guitar Component
Day 1
Understanding basic music theory: Time Signature, Notes Value, etc.

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Understanding Guitar Components 2. Understanding Basic Guitar Techniques Day 2 Right hand and left hand
Understanding Guitar Components
2. Understanding Basic Guitar Techniques
Day 2
Right hand and left hand techniques
3.
Reading Score/Partitur
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Reading Guitar Score/Partitur
Reading more advance Guitar Score/Partitur
Simple Sight Reading guitar score/partitur
4.
Ensemble
Day 6
Day 7
Day 8
Playing guitar with Duo formation
Playing guitar with Quartet formation
Playing guitar with more than 4 performers (Ensemle)
5. Student Projects
Day 9 –
Day 16
Solo Performence
Ensemble Performance

4.2. Semester 2

1. Understanding More Advanced Guitar Techniques 2. Working With More Advanced Guitar Repertoire 3. Arranging
1. Understanding More Advanced Guitar Techniques
2. Working With More Advanced Guitar Repertoire
3. Arranging for guitar instrument
4. Composing a short composition for guitar instrument
5. Individual projects
 Solo performance
 Ensemble Performance
 Arranging/Composing for guitar instrument

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