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 Re: Why Do Female Flute Players ...
Author: Citteagirl 
Date:   2016-10-04 19:15

I doubt if many players who like to cross their legs actually keep their legs crossed during a concert. It is the conductor's responsibility to tell the group how he wants them to appear during concert. If he is shirking his responsibility, well it wouldn't be the first time. The conductor in our band doesn't care how the band comes off. He only cares if he doesn't come off looking good himself.

If it bugs you so much, point it out yourself.

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