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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000556.txt from 1996/04

From: Mark Charette <charette@-----.COM>
Subj: Re: Interpretation
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 1996 11:45:02 -0400

Daniel A. Paprocki wrote:
> Also, copy the score (piano part) and study it. I'm amazed that a
> student will start rehearsing without having at least a basic
> knowledge of the piano part.

Having that piano part playing along with you will do amazing things
for your practice, too. Have your accompanist record the piano part
for you. You'll be able to hear the "music" as you practice and
when you get back together for rehearsals you'll have a better feel
for the piece, making the rehearsal an efficient one.

For those lucky enough to have MIDI setups, the accompaniment can
be recorded and played back at a slower tempo for those difficult
passages. A non-tiring accompanist (albeit an uncaring, unemotional
one ;^).
Mark Charette "Languages come; languages go--only Fortran is for
Mika Systems, Inc the ages." - Jim Glass

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