sightread


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Synonyms for sightread

perform music from a score without having seen the score before

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Not only do orchestra members need a wide tonal range, but they also have to be able to sightread well and often have to merge into one unit, creating a unified sound within their section.
Although much of this music is simple and fairly easy to sightread, there are some very delicious moments in these folk-song settings.
4) (As a side note, Frazier also says that he is more likely to hire a studio session singer who can sightread both written music and charts, improvise, and sing in tune, because it saves his project money and time.
OTC:FSYI) announced today the addition of SightRead Ltd, of Ashton-Under-Lyne to its growing list of international distributors.
He can virtually sightread music that might take even highly skilled players years to perfect.