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Dave D'aranjo • • 917-318-4700

Play three major scales, two octaves, any sequence of keys.
Play two harmonic minor scales, two octaves, any sequence of keys.
Play two melodic minor scales, two octaves, any sequence of keys.
Play two maj7, min7, dominant 7, min7(b5), dim7 arpeggios, two octaves, from any root.

    Scales, 2 octaves:
    D Major
    F# Major
    A Major
    E Harmonic minor
    G Harmonic minor
    A Harmonic minor
    F# Melodic minor
    A Melodic minor
    B Melodic minor

    Arpeggios, 2 octaves:
    C Major 7
    F Major 7
    Bb minor 7
    Eb minor 7
    Ab Dom 7
    Db Dom 7 / C# Dom 7
    F# m7(b5)
    B m7(b5)
    E dim 7
    A dim 7
    D min. Maj 7
    G min. Maj 7
    C Major 7

    Play each of the following styles for a minimum of two choruses (any chord progression). Play at a comfortable tempo. 
    Rock • Blues • Funk • Bossa Nova.
    Play a Jazz Standard that you are comfortable with (melody and solo).

    Styles Example: ROCK
    "Tarred & Feathered" by Plini

    Styles Example: BLUES
    "Bum's Blues" by Ki-Boom Cho

    Styles Example: FUNK
    "Glide" by Pleasure

    Styles Example: BOSSA NOVA
    "Look to the Sky" by Antonio Carlos Jobim

    Styles Example: JAZZ STANDARD (on Upright)
    "Fly Me to the Moon" by Bart Howard

    Styles Example: JAZZ FUSION
    "Tipatina's" by Mike Stern

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    “When You’re Home”, "Carnaval Del Barrio”, & “Finale”
    from the musical "In the Heights"

    Rate yourself on a level of 0-10.
    (Note: you will be placed in our integrated reading program based on a day-one evaluation by a faculty member.)
    A minimum of Intermediate level reading skill is a required for this program.

    I would rate myself a 6.5 on this scale.
    I have read & played though over 20 licensed musical theater shows, with preparation.
    I can still improve as a sight-reader.

      Rate your music theory level on the following levels:
      1. Beginner: No theory knowledge nor can identify intervals by ear
      2. Intermediate: Understand key signatures, diatonic and chromatic intervals, and understand the circle of 5ths.
      You can identify diatonic and chromatic intervals.
      3. Advanced: Indicates that you understand diatonic chords, 7th chords, chords with upper extensions.
      Can identify chords and various progressions by ear.

      If this were a scale out of 10, I would rate myself a 7. 
      Highest level upper-intermediate with some advanced concepts.

      Dave D'aranjo • • 917-318-4700