Title

High-Definition Rehearsals.

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

8-2008

Journal / Book Title

Instrumentalist

Abstract

The article discusses the beauty of a well planned rehearsal. The author explains that when every aspect of a piece is rehearsed very well including the tempo and balance would come in high definition. Tempo is a significant aspect that is the reason why before a rehearsal, a clear vision of the music must be pictured or foreseen. Another is the balance and color where the dynamics of music come alive in the written dynamic markings. Details of a rehearsal must include discussions on the gradiations of a single dynamic mark. Other key factors are discussed.

Journal ISSN / Book ISBN

0020-4331

Published Citation

McCauley, Thomas. “High-Definition Rehearsals.” Instrumentalist, vol. 63, no. 1, Aug. 2008, p. 62.

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