So, I'm planning on majoring in music in college (still a few years away). But I'm one of those students that do a lot of research ahead of time. I'm looking at a form that a school requires to be sent in about auditions and audition repertoire. It asks all the standard questions about how long you've studied, a list of teachers and current ensembles, ect.
However, there was one question that stood out to me in particular. They asked string applicants to include a maker and date of the instrument. I know the date, but not the maker. How important is the instrument itself for a college audition form?
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