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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by songbook, Apr 25, 2011.
I'm from Texas, we don't do that foo-foo stuff down here...
The best way to make certain a vocalist never comes back .... don't hire them in the first place.
Listen to Harry 'Sweets' Edison!
AND that explains why it is such a big state.
Aw shucks, every performance is a show that requires rehearsal. If there is a vocalist, the object of the instrumentalists is to showcase them ... or to send them packing at rehearsal, and vice versa. Such varies, if a soprano I may harmonize on the alto part, if a tenor lead, I may harmonize with bass on my euphonium. Years and years ago, there was an alto who sang Schubert's Ave Maria beautifully, and I played a soft descant throughout. If at the actual performance the lead vocalist is a horror, the audience attributes the same negativity to the instrumentalists and/or other vocalists backing them. The big bands did pretty well with their vocalists.