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Conducting technique articles

Body and baton placement

Body and baton placement

The orchestra can judge conductors even before they lift the baton: good body posture and baton placement are an excellent starting point

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Tempo changes in conducting

Tempo changes in conducting

Choosing the tempo is already a big challenge for a conductor. What if you need to change the tempo, instantly or gradually? How do you do it technically?

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The baton: a conductor’s tool

The baton: a conductor’s tool

How do you choose a baton? Does the baton grip matter? Which do orchestral players prefer, conductors who use it, or those who do not?

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