Michael Blaustein

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bio website michaelblaustein.com
location Williamsport, PA
age 45
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I have worked in IT for 15 years, just getting started doing web development.


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comment Alto singing Tenor
Given that the production opens in 2 weeks, I took your advice of having her try speak the first two notes, in this case "Nothing", and then have her sing the rest, even if the volume is a bit low. I didn't want the first bit to be lost, and have the audience asking "What's gonna harm her?", and I feel the rest can be taken in context. Thank you for your response.
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comment Alto singing Tenor
I didn't really consider that. It is a duet, so a key change would affect the other singer as well, although the song does change keys 4 times, so maybe there is the possibility of transposing parts of the song and not others? Not really sure.
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answered How can I significantly improve my hand independence on piano?