In your opinion, what does (or should) a music CONDUCTOR do? Feel free to comment on all aspects - classical, non-classical, orchestra, big band, choir, gamelan, theatre, gospel, church, percussion ensemble, salsa band, marching band, rock concerts, etc...
IMHO, a conductor has the job of pulling it all together. Musical instruments are in different keys, make different sounds, and are played in a different manner. While everyone may be playing the same sheet music, without a conductor to bring in the different sections, etc. it would all be chaos. Believe me, that is not a beautiful sound.
by ~Stacey~6 months ago
One word responses. First word that comes to mind that you associate the last word with. Magnesium
by reymund6 years ago
Classical songs are interesting. And they really sounds better if they are performed well and create a great impression to you. How would you like a classical song to be rendered... by chorale singing or solo?
by talfonso6 years ago
There's a debate going on among marching band players, music directors, and music fans alike that starts off with this question: is marching band a sport? Some people think it is a sport because they work hard to...
by sam2094 years ago
Can anyone remember the best concert they've ever attended? In 1997 I saw The Rolling Stones for the first time and it still ranks as my favorite concert! KISS would run a close second!
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