Accuracy is the overriding concern for most musicians in their quest for winning an audition for an orchestral position, or for that matter a good teaching position or for a solo career.
Perfect intonation, rhythm, tone production, and knowledge of style are among the elements needed for this. How do we teach a student to play musically but also play "perfectly" so they can feel like they have complete control over their instrument?
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