Bright? Bad?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by tennis_the_menace, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. tennis_the_menace

    tennis_the_menace Pianissimo User

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    Good News! I got my solo back!:-)
    I respect my band director he is very good but this is just the weirdest thing he has ever done.:dontknow:
    Our concert was last night and the person who played my solo was very flat and and quiet, so he gave it back, I quess he likes my sound again.
    I really don't think there was ever anything wrong with my sound.
     
  2. Solar Bell

    Solar Bell Moderator Staff Member

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    GREAT news! I am very happy for you!

    You just continue to do what your PRIVATE instructor tells you.

    I don't think there was anything wrong with your sound either.

    It sounds as if you are doing well!

    -cw-
     
  3. B15M

    B15M Forte User

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    You have to think about what you want to accomplish in a situation like this.

    If you want to make the teacher happy, say I'll work on it and do a little.

    If you want freedom of expression, just play what comes out of the bell.

    Remember right or wrong the band director is a powerful person in your life and can make your life miserable.

    Usually, unless the band director is a trumpet player, your private teacher will know how to make you play better but I think it wise to keep the band teacher happy.
     
  4. ConnMan36B

    ConnMan36B New Friend

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    Congratulations! Way to go! :D
     
  5. dmh737

    dmh737 Pianissimo User

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    Record yourself. Do you like what you hear? If so, tell your director that you are working on it while telling him under your breath to take a hike. DO NOT conform your sound to what others like. Change your sound ONLY to make yourself happy.
     

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