DA Form 7764-5 Army Musician Proficiency Assessment (Ampa) (Tuba)

DA Form 7764-5 - also known as the "Army Musician Proficiency Assessment (ampa) (tuba)" - is a Military form issued and used by the United States Department of the Army.

The form - often mistakenly referred to as the DD form 7764-5 - was last revised on October 1, 2016. Download an up-to-date fillable PDF version of the DA 7764-5 below or request a copy through the chain of command.

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ARMY MUSICIAN PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT (AMPA) (TUBA)
For use of this form, see AR 220-90; the proponent agency is DCS, G-1.
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
Title 5, USC Section 3012; Title 10, U.S.C. E.O. 9397, as amended.
AUTHORITY:
Use to determine the auditionee's technical qualification for enlistment, initial classification, reenlistment, or classification into the
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
Army Music Career Program.
To determine eligibility for the Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program, initiate processing into the Army Music Career Program, and as
ROUTINE USES:
a record of the individual's technical ability and progress.
DISCLOSURE:
Voluntary.
RANK
DATE (YYYYMMDD)
CLASS NUMBER (USASOM USE ONLY)
NAME
(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)
PART I CEREMONIAL MUSIC
1. NATIONAL ANTHEM
2. ARMY SONG
3. GENERAL'S MARCH
PART II PREPARED MUSIC (PERFORM AT LEAST THREE SELECTIONS OF CONTRASTING STYLES NOT TO EXCEED FIVE MINUTES TOTAL.)
4. COMMENTS
PART III QUICKLY PREPARED MUSIC (PERFORM TWO SELECTIONS PER CATEGORY. MUSIC GIVEN THE DAY PRIOR TO ASSESSMENT.)
5. GROUP A (CONCERT BAND/CHAMBER ENSEMBLE)
6. GROUP B (MARCHES)
7. GROUP C (COMMERCIAL/SWING)
PART IV ADDITIONAL SKILLS (MAXIMUM OF TWO (2) POINTS PER CATEGORY. SEE AR 220-90 FOR INSTRUCTIONS.) ZERO (0) POINTS (NOT
CONTRIBUTING TO MISSION), ONE(1) POINT (SOME MISSION CAPABILITY) OR TWO (2) POINTS (SIGNIFICANT MISSION ENHANCER)
8. DOUBLES (PERFORMANCE ON ANY OTHER ASI INSTRUMENT)
POINTS
9. VOCALS (VOCAL PERFORMANCE ON SAME REPERTOIRE AS REQUIRED ON DA FORM 7764-15)
POINTS
10. IMPROVISATION
POINTS
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ARMY MUSICIAN PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT (AMPA) (TUBA)
For use of this form, see AR 220-90; the proponent agency is DCS, G-1.
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
Title 5, USC Section 3012; Title 10, U.S.C. E.O. 9397, as amended.
AUTHORITY:
Use to determine the auditionee's technical qualification for enlistment, initial classification, reenlistment, or classification into the
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
Army Music Career Program.
To determine eligibility for the Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program, initiate processing into the Army Music Career Program, and as
ROUTINE USES:
a record of the individual's technical ability and progress.
DISCLOSURE:
Voluntary.
RANK
DATE (YYYYMMDD)
CLASS NUMBER (USASOM USE ONLY)
NAME
(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)
PART I CEREMONIAL MUSIC
1. NATIONAL ANTHEM
2. ARMY SONG
3. GENERAL'S MARCH
PART II PREPARED MUSIC (PERFORM AT LEAST THREE SELECTIONS OF CONTRASTING STYLES NOT TO EXCEED FIVE MINUTES TOTAL.)
4. COMMENTS
PART III QUICKLY PREPARED MUSIC (PERFORM TWO SELECTIONS PER CATEGORY. MUSIC GIVEN THE DAY PRIOR TO ASSESSMENT.)
5. GROUP A (CONCERT BAND/CHAMBER ENSEMBLE)
6. GROUP B (MARCHES)
7. GROUP C (COMMERCIAL/SWING)
PART IV ADDITIONAL SKILLS (MAXIMUM OF TWO (2) POINTS PER CATEGORY. SEE AR 220-90 FOR INSTRUCTIONS.) ZERO (0) POINTS (NOT
CONTRIBUTING TO MISSION), ONE(1) POINT (SOME MISSION CAPABILITY) OR TWO (2) POINTS (SIGNIFICANT MISSION ENHANCER)
8. DOUBLES (PERFORMANCE ON ANY OTHER ASI INSTRUMENT)
POINTS
9. VOCALS (VOCAL PERFORMANCE ON SAME REPERTOIRE AS REQUIRED ON DA FORM 7764-15)
POINTS
10. IMPROVISATION
POINTS
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ARMY MUSICIAN PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT (AMPA) (TUBA)
(Score on a scale of 0-6, as prescribed below)
Evaluation Rubric
Category
0/1
2
3
4
5
6
Technique is solid.
Many incorrect notes
Errors in technique
Excellent technique.
Technique is
Good technique.
Rarely misses notes
Technique,
and partials.
are present.
Has little or no
acceptable, but will still
Occasionally misses
although still has
Mechanics
Problems with
Frequently misses
problem with difficult
miss notes and partials.
notes.
problems with difficult
coordination of slide.
notes and partials.
literature.
literature.
Phrasing sometimes
Phrasing usually
Phrasing present
present. Focus on
Musicality,
No phrasing.
present. Has a firm
throughout
Little or no phrasing
technical demands
Effortless and creative
Phrasing,
Dynamics limited and
control of dynamics
performance. Infers
or dynamics present.
impedes phrasing.
phrasing.
Dynamics
not controlled.
but extremes may be
appropriate dynamics
Dynamic levels present
uncontrolled.
even when not written.
but narrow.
Middle range is
Tone is unfocused,
Full and resonant
Full and resonant
Sound is consistently
somewhat focused;
Tone is consistent in
Tone,
airy and
sound except for
sound except for minor
full in all registers.
extreme registers are
middle register.
Intonation,
undersupported. Poor
extreme registers.
flaws in extreme
Range issues are not
unsupported, thin
Intonation errors
Range
intonation overall.
Minor intonation
registers. Rare
present. Pitch is very
and/or airy. Unaware
sometimes present.
Limited range.
errors.
intonation errors.
accurate.
of pitch tendencies.
Articulation errors
Demonstrates basic
Demonstrates some
Clearly demonstrates
Demonstrates many
Style,
throughout. Attacks
articulations and style,
stylistic differences.
stylistic differences.
stylistic differences.
Performs authentically
Articulation,
unclear. Little or no
but does not apply it
Articulations are clear
Able to use multiple
Articulations effectively
in all styles.
Note Shapes
awareness of style.
consistently and/or
and consistent, multiple
tonguing, but not
used.
Stylistically limited.
correctly.
tonguing is not.
always cleanly.
Time mostly steady
Tempo and
Time not steady or
Tempo and
except where technique
subdivisions are
Little or no sense of
appropriate for the
subdivisions are solid.
is lacking. Tempi are
steady. Can perform
Easily moves through
time or rhythm. Often
music. Poor display of
Has no trouble with
Time & Rhythm
appropriate for the
mixed and complex
tempi, meters, and
cannot keep a steady
subdivision. Unable to
mixed and complex
music selections.
meters, although
subdivisions.
pulse.
perform basic rhythms
meters except at faster
Decent display of
tempo may not be
easily.
tempos.
subdivision.
steady.
Capable of playing
Soloist. Easily
Little or no ability to
Errors in many
Able to play most
Solid Section player
Music
most 1st chair parts
prepares music of all
read the simplest
aspects of
section parts given time
and capable of some
Preparation
and some soloistic
styles and difficulty
material.
performance.
and some assistance.
1st chair material.
material.
levels.
(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)
12. RANK
13. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
11. NAME
14. CLASS NUMBER
15. COMMENTS
16. Part I
GO
NO-GO
National Anthem
Army Song
General's March
17. Parts II-III (score 0-6)
BM
SM
Technique
Musicality
Tone
Style
Time & Rhythm
Music Preparation
18. Part IV Additional Points (4 Max)
19. BOARD MEMBER'S (BM) NAME
20. RANK
21. BM'S SIGNATURE
SCORES
22. SENIOR MEMBER'S (SM) NAME
23. RANK
24. SM'S SIGNATURE
FINAL SCORE
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