DA Form 7764-15 Army Musician Proficiency Assessment (Ampa) (Vocalist)

DA Form 7764-15 - also known as the "Army Musician Proficiency Assessment (ampa) (vocalist)" - 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 7764-15 - was last revised on October 1, 2016. Download an up-to-date fillable PDF version of the DA 7764-15 below or request a copy through the chain of command.

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ARMY MUSICIAN PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT (AMPA) (VOCALIST)
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
CLASS NUMBER (USASOM USE ONLY)
(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)
DATE (YYYYMMDD)
NAME
PART I CEREMONIAL MUSIC (PREPARED FROM THE RHYTHM SECTION "BIG LIST.")
1. NATIONAL ANTHEM
2. ARMY SONG
3. PATRIOTIC SELECTION
PART II PREPARED MUSIC (PERFORM AT LEAST THREE SELECTIONS DEMONSTRATING CONTRASTING STYLISTIC CAPABILITY PREPARED
FROM THE RHYTHM SECTION"BIG LIST.")
4. COMMENTS
PART III QUICKLY PREPARED MUSIC (PERFORM FIVE SELECTIONS OF CONTRASTING STYLES. MUSIC GIVEN THE DAY PRIOR TO ASSESSMENT.)
5. COMMENTS
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)
6. DOUBLES (PERFORMANCE ON ANY OTHER ASI INSTRUMENT)
POINTS
7. IMPROVISATION
POINTS
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ARMY MUSICIAN PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT (AMPA) (VOCALIST)
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
CLASS NUMBER (USASOM USE ONLY)
(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)
DATE (YYYYMMDD)
NAME
PART I CEREMONIAL MUSIC (PREPARED FROM THE RHYTHM SECTION "BIG LIST.")
1. NATIONAL ANTHEM
2. ARMY SONG
3. PATRIOTIC SELECTION
PART II PREPARED MUSIC (PERFORM AT LEAST THREE SELECTIONS DEMONSTRATING CONTRASTING STYLISTIC CAPABILITY PREPARED
FROM THE RHYTHM SECTION"BIG LIST.")
4. COMMENTS
PART III QUICKLY PREPARED MUSIC (PERFORM FIVE SELECTIONS OF CONTRASTING STYLES. MUSIC GIVEN THE DAY PRIOR TO ASSESSMENT.)
5. COMMENTS
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)
6. DOUBLES (PERFORMANCE ON ANY OTHER ASI INSTRUMENT)
POINTS
7. IMPROVISATION
POINTS
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ARMY MUSICIAN PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT (AMPA) (VOCALIST)
(Score on a scale of 0-6, as prescribed below)
Evaluation Rubric
Category
0/1/2
3
4
5
6
Understands the mix and
Limited grasp of commercial
Excellent understanding of
Lacks vocal control and/or
employs color and depth
Displays mastery of voice.
singing but understands some
vocal mechanics and
makes questionable
of tone well. Has some
Transitions effortlessly
Technique
passages within voice.
techniques. Transitions
placement choices in
ability to transition
between all bridges and
Transitions through bridges
well between bridges and
voice.
smoothly through first
resonance placements.
are not smooth.
resonance placements.
bridge.
An occasional isolated
Virtually no errors. Pitch is
Unacceptable accuracy
Some problems with words
error but pitch is accurate
Great pitch accuracy.
very accurate. Always
Accuracy
and pitch. Generally
and pitches, but generally
and secure. Diction is
Diction is clear.
understandable and doesn't
unintelligible.
accurate.
sometimes unclear.
forget lyrics.
Demonstrates
Typically performs with
Performs with the creative
Rarely demonstrates
Sometimes performs with
understanding of
nuance and style. May not
nuance and style of a
nuance and style, although
nuance and style. Limited
commercial style and
have mastered all
seasoned artist. Capably
Style
may occasionally reflect
knowledge of commercial
employs the style properly
commercial characteristics
mimics stylistic
stylistic characteristics in
style characteristics.
most of the time. Singing
but demonstrates idiomatic
characteristics regardless of
performance.
borders on conversational.
knowledge in performance.
natural inclinations.
Seems very comfortable
Engages audience with a
Often appears to lack self-
on stage and uses some
Masterful use of stage and
Appears comfortable on stage
variety of techniques.
awareness when
techniques to engage the
body. Often captivates the
but may be timid and awkward
Uses appropriate and
Staging
performing. May employ
audience, but may still
audience with tastefulness
at times. Programming does
tasteful entertainment
limited movement but
lack some direction.
and sophistication of
not flow.
concepts for each
appears aimless.
Programming has a
staging.
selection.
decent flow.
Mimics the nuance and
Displays excellence within
Masterful knowledge of
Unable to match voice to
Comfortable with selections
diction of most selections
Music
each genre and is able to
vocal strengths and
music. Selections do not
but unable to identify vocally
and understands rhythmic
Selection
change diction and tone
weaknesses. Expert
match ability.
with genres.
and tone differences
almost seamlessly.
presentation.
between genres.
Prepares music quickly.
Completely understands
Able to prepare music in a
Thorough knowledge of
Unable to prepare music in
Has a general
vocal production and
reasonable amount of time.
vocal production. Gives
Music
a reasonable amount of
understanding of vocal
preparation. Does not
Requires some coaching in
the impression that pieces
Preparation
time. Requires extensive
production and
require coaching and
rehearsal. May have some
are often in circulation
coaching.
preparation. Performs
performs pieces as though
errors.
within repertoire.
mostly "off-book".
they are normal repertoire.
14. CLASS NUMBER
12. RANK
13. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
11. NAME
(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)
17. Part I
GO
NO-GO
15. STYLISTIC ASSESSMENT: N (Not Evaluated), A (Average), E (Excellent)
POP/
National Anthem
JAZZ
COUNTRY
R&B
LATIN
ROCK
Army Song
16. COMMENTS
Patriotic Selection
18. Parts II-III (score 0-6)
BM
SM
Rhythm
Technique
Harmonic Accuracy
Style
Expression
Music Preparation
19. Part IV Additional Points (4 Max)
21. RANK
20. BOARD MEMBER'S (BM) NAME
22. BM'S SIGNATURE
SCORES
23. SENIOR MEMBER'S (SM) NAME
24. RANK
25. SM'S SIGNATURE
FINAL SCORE
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