That's not a downwards move.brasscrest said:Personally, I was asked to move down from 2nd chair euph to 1st baritone
The young man now on 2nd euph thinks it wasMoominDave said:
I think it definately does.. but agree that it is down to the MD. If they are not allowed to decide what is best for the band then there is no point them being there.super_sop said:Lets face it, i dont really think it makes a difference who sits were after the principal cornet, 2nd 3rd or 4th.
I do eg.... exposed high cornet parts in unison, 1 split/mispitch from someone who's not up to the other's standard will wreck the whole thing!James McFadyen said:A band is only as good as it's weekest player, eh! mmmmm, not sure if I totally buy into that concept.
Doesn't have to be high - been working on The Call of the Righteous, and even with only two playing the intro it's still not together. Doesn't have to be a split - intonation, anyone?Nadia said:exposed high cornet parts in unison, 1 split/mispitch from someone who's not up to the other's standard will wreck the whole thing!