Video Tip of the Week: The Ceiling on Sul Tasto

A video installment in my daily series of tips. Please follow me on Twitter for the Orchestration Online Tip of the Day at @OrchestrationOL, or join the Orchestration Online Facebook group for feedback, resources, and advice.

Tips of the Day for this week:

Monday, February 11: The Importance of Marking Bowings
Tuesday, February 12: A Working Knowledge of Finger Positions in Strings
Wednesday, February 13: Wide Skips of Positions and Slurs in String Instruments
Thursday, February 14: Standard Approaches to Bowing in String Phrasing
Friday, February 15: The Vocal Approach to String Phrasing
Saturday, February 16: Studying Bowings in Marked String Parts

Thomas Goss is a professional composer and orchestrator with an international roster of clients. He has worked with such talents as Billy Ocean, Melanie C, Sharon Corr, and Nikki Yanofsky. His compositions, orchestrations, and crossover arrangements have been performed by such ensembles as Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, and San Francisco Symphony Chamber Ensemble.

Thomas lives and works in Wellington, New Zealand, with his wife Erica and son Charlie, and one very unappreciative cat.

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