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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    Please cite a written example where this was used. A google search on this word brings no results either ... so, where did you read, hear or see this word used?

    It is not in any music dictionary that I have access to.
    Quote Originally Posted by Christi View Post
    You're saying a conductor doesn't know what he's saying or doing ???
    I never implied that about a conductor. A little reminder, you brought up the word "doushea" and asked US about it. We have not heard this word before and are asking you for clarification.

    Quote Originally Posted by Christi View Post
    One of my DVDs
    Again .. specifically ... please cite an example, from one of your DVDs of how this word "doushea" was used. Did the conductor say this word? What was the conductor trying to accomplish when he or she said this word?

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    [QUOTE Again .. specifically ... please cite an example, from one of your DVDs of how this word "doushea" was used.* Did the conductor say this word?* What was the conductor trying to accomplish when he or she said this word?[/QUOTE]Yes he did . The ones he was trying to teach made a mistake .
    Last edited by Christi; Dec-07-2008 at 04:36.

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    What kind of mistake:
    • wrong note(s)?
    • wrong tempo?
    • playing too loud?
    • ???

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    Christi, is English your first language or have you been at the old Vino ??

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    i don't know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    What kind of mistake:
    • wrong note(s)?
    • wrong tempo?
    • playing too loud?
    • ???
    Quote Originally Posted by Christi View Post
    i don't know
    Christi, you wrote that the word "doushea" was mentioned by the conductor, on your DVD, but now you don't know why he or she said it?

    So that the rest of us can better understand your query on this word:

    What is the title of the DVD? (Please include the ISBN number)
    Who is the Conductor on the DVD?
    What orchestra, band, group, or vocalist is on the DVD?
    What piece was being played on the DVD at the time this word, doushea, was used?
    What section of the orchestra or band was being corrected using this word, doushea, on the DVD?

    Hey, you asked us, remember? We can only help you if you cooperate greatly and kindly give us ALL the details on how this word, doushea (which nobody can find in any resource material), was used. If you don't know, then you need to watch the DVD again and relate how this mystery word was used, that is, if you really want (or need) our help in deciphering the meaning of this word.
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    [QUOTE=Krummhorn;33372Christi, you wrote that the word "doushea" was mentioned by the conductor, on your DVD, but now you don't know why he or she said it?

    So that the rest of us can better understand your query on this word:

    What is the title of the DVD? (Please include the ISBN number)
    Who is the Conductor on the DVD?
    What orchestra, band, group, or vocalist is on the DVD?
    What piece was being played on the DVD at the time this word, doushea, was used?
    What section of the orchestra or band was being corrected using this word, doushea, on the DVD?

    Hey, you asked us, remember? We can only help you if you cooperate greatly and kindly give us [B]ALL the details[/B] on how this word, doushea (which nobody can find in any resource material), was used. If you don't know, then you need to watch the DVD again and relate how this mystery word was used, that is, if you really want (or need) our help in deciphering the meaning of this word.[QUOTE]is it a fish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by post-minimalist View Post
    is it a fish?
    I think you are right. It's a fish alright. I'm sure of it. In fact I'd bet it's a fish. If it's not a fish, I'll eat my hat. I think that solves it. Let's not discuss it any more. Only I'm getting a bit bored with this topic.

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    I agree ... thread closed.

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