How do players work collaboratively with a score?

How do players work collaboratively with a score?

Recording date: 13/07/2015
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Siobhan Doyle (violin), Christopher Mansfield (cello), and Jeremy Young (piano) discuss how they use a score to work together as they rehearse and create a performance. Each player will have a slightly different view of the music, as he or she will generally only see the line of music that they play as an individual. This notation for a particular player is often called a ‘part’. The performance was filmed at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.

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