How does a score help in rehearsals?

How does a score help in rehearsals?

Recording date: 13/07/2015
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Conductor Mark Heron talks to Catherine Tackley, of the Open University, about ‘rehearsal marks’, letters placed in the score to help a conductor to identify a particular place to the players when starting and stopping to practice particular parts of a piece.

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