Oh. Well. I guess my coach is an overachiever, because she demands the full range.Technically, no. You'd have to make 27 to cover the full allowable range, but you'd only really need 8 for the required one-octave scale (13 if you wanted to play accidentals in your piece of choice). Of course, some music doesn't stay within a one-octave range, so you'd have to arrange it, or you'd be somewhat limited in your music choice.
Are you still calling these the draft rules?I'm very confused right now. Aren't violins, guitars, etc under the category chordophones? In the draft rules chordophones are one of the groups allowed.
For the record and it's been said quite a few times (read the whole thread people >.>) those are NOT the draft rules. The draft rules are not going to be onlinehttp://soinc.org/sites/default/files/up ... MusicC.pdf
All of 'em seem to be here.
This difference is why people are saying you can't have string instruments.yea, the draft ones I've seen where it says Instrument 1 and Instrument 2 on those FueL say Wind Instrument and Percussion Instrument.
<quizbowl> ey kid ya want some shortbread
<EASTstroudsburg13> I don't know why, but I just can't bring myself to delete this post.
Technically, that is legal by draft rules, but your perfect pitch has to be absolutely perfect, because I think they can ask you to play any note within the required range and judge it for accuracy. Along the lines of what zyzzyva said, if you have months to prepare, why not build something that can consistently play notes in tune, without having to rely on someone's perfect pitch? Of course, if it's the week before competition and you have nothing to lose, go ahead.great idea: a kid with perfect pitch playing a kazoo.
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