reading rest

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by alant, Nov 1, 2013.

  1. barliman2001

    barliman2001 Fortissimo User

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    You forgot the "t'chk".
     
  2. alant

    alant Pianissimo User

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    What is "t'chk' ?
     
  3. bumblebee

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    Do you really need to ask?


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  5. Ed Lee

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    Whether it be to synchronize one's oar with the rest of the crew or blend the music in time/tempo with other players, such is difficult to attain the experience by themselves ... it's next to impossible. You're right, it does nothing to read or tell about it ... you've got to do it time and time again, rehearsing together with the other players until you've all got it right as thereafter it proceeds as if by instinct. Too, I'll not deny having been guilty of being both early and late resuming my playing following a rest, and I've been frustrated listening to many others likewise. "Stop" is the baton signal, and "Take it again at ..." is the conductor's command.
     

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