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Leonard Bernstein shows us a Real Scale.

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KicknGuitar  
24 Oct 2008 12:37 | Quote
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I came across this looking for Bernstein's third symphony, watch him conduct this warm up simply utilizing the C major scale. This just completely blew me away. My favorite playing of a scale! Just amazing. Watch the rest, it's really inspiring.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSPfbehg8XI&feature=related

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soy.el.che  
24 Oct 2008 18:04 | Quote
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lol thats ... cant find the word
JazzMaverick  
25 Oct 2008 13:02 | Quote
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Wow... seriously wow. I've always wanted to conduct an Orchestra, how fun would that be!!
JoeDalton  
26 Oct 2008 06:05 | Quote
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To conduct an orchestra and to play in one are very different skillsets. Though as guitarists, orchestras are not our forte. The guitar is a relatively new instrument, and as such not a lot of orchestras have a place for the guitar as there isn't a lot composed for us. There are a few though, very good ones, do a search for guitar conciertos.
JazzMaverick  
26 Oct 2008 11:47 | Quote
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Yeah, that's what I plan to do when I'm older. I mentioned this to you before, I'm going to be a composer, not someone who plays on TV. I play instruments to grasp ideas of melodies.

Guitars do play in an Orchestra though.
RA  
26 Oct 2008 15:11 | Quote
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I'm sorry Joe but the guitar it actually older then the piano. the electric guitar is new but so is electricity. the guitar was always a major comping instrument along with many others but then the piano came and kick all there asses
JoeDalton  
26 Oct 2008 15:22 | Quote
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Well, I suppose it depends on how you look at it, if a completely different instrument is the same instrument your logic is sound.

1780 is when the first 6 stringed guitar made it's apearance and 1884 would be the first time a guitar was created that was... a guitar.

1900's would be the first time a real guitar concierto was made.



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