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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by kctrumpeteer, Apr 23, 2013.
This of course only works with IQ scores >70, so I am not surprised from your violist experience.
Corporate Band? Report the problem to management, and include the conductor who is remiss in not handling the situation effectively. A corporate band is PR and when the band sounds bad, that reflects on the corporation in like manner.
I like the viola???
It would be hard to resist the urge to rearrange his embouchure. It's tempting. It might get him out of a few rehearsals, too, and give him time to rethink his love of music.
Me too. Like all instruments, it does wonders when well played. It shares with the violin a wealth of expressive possibilities.
If you make a big deal out of this you must consider the possible repercussions. This sort of person always seems to have some friend/family member/protector who is in mid-level management and perfectly willing to make trouble for you. So--how much do you like your job? Maybe you're not a wave maker a better option might be to just make a duplicate folder that's ready for them whenever he/she shows up without it. Then, wear an earplug in the side they sit on. May not be elegant, but it will keep you in the band. Of course, you could just quite and find a nice community band to play in. No hassles or politics in those!
Yeah, I like it too. It makes good firewood!
Hehe, I kid.
The fumes from the varnish, glues and resins when burning any stringed instrument would potentially be the death of me as I've already got COPD. Too, consider when those steel strings under tension break loose and whir about ... whether they would slash or garrote I don't know and I'm not about to experiment to find out.
I reckon Ed that the strings would stretch as they heat up until they lose all that tension - they're unlikely to break loose IMHO - but I could be wrong.
That's meant to be funny, right?