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" ... him and charged with repeating all his signals. In order that this repetition shall be precise, the sub-conductors must be careful never to take their eyes off the chief conductor's stick for a single instant. If, in order to look at their score,... "
A Treatise on Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration: To which is Appended ... - Page 254
by Hector Berlioz - 1882 - 257 pages
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A treatise upon modern instrumentation and orchestration

Louis Hector Berlioz - Instrumentation and orchestration - 1856 - 257 pages
...single instant. If, in order to look at their score, they cease for only three bars, to watch him, a discrepancy arises immediately between their time...look towards me incessantly ; they did not omit to do so ; and our eight sticks, rising and falling without the slightest discrepancy of rhythm, established...
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A treatise upon modern instrumentation and orchestration

Louis Hector Berlioz - 1858
...single instant. If, in order to look at their score, they cease for only three bars, to watch him, a discrepancy arises immediately between, their time and his ; and all is lost. Ina festival where 1200 performers were assembled under my direction, at Paria, I had to employ four...
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Prof. H. Kling's Modern orchestration and instrumentation: or, The art of ...

Henri Kling - Instrumentation and orchestration - 1905 - 346 pages
...take their eyes off the chief conductor's stick for a single instant. 16 THE ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTOR. If, in order to look at their score, they cease to...look towards me incessantly ; they did not omit to do so, and our eight sticks, rising and falling without the slightest discrepancy of rhythm, established...
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