Can`t play well outside band

Can`t play well outside band

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Can`t play well outside band    14:37 on Saturday, March 08, 2014 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

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When I am in my school band room with the members of the jazz band or concert band, I can play great. Everything is east and flowing. But when I go home and try to play, I can barely get to the G on top of the staff and my articulation is very sloppy. This also happens during my lessons. I have an audition coming up and it is really scaring me because at this rate I can't even play my piece all the way through. I assume that it's some kind of stress and I need to relax but I don't know how to do so. Can someone give some advice?

Re: Can`t play well outside band    22:16 on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

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Hey! Most people find it easier to play in unison because the sound of the section makes up for the sound of your own horn whether it sounds good of bad. When you're playing, you get this adrenaline rush that excites you only when you're playing in a group. When you practice, try this. Play along with a song. You could find your piece probably on YouTube. You'll notice how well you play. When you practice, you tend to bore yourself. The trick is, love your horn, love the mistakes you make and play with that same excitement. With practice, you will play even better!

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