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A conductor is the person who leads an orcestra. They control different parts of the orcestra at the same time to keep them in harmony and tune.
Well, you have almost invented the string can telephone!! Keep at it..second answer since ordinary string is not a conductor, you no longer have a circuit. Remember a circuit is a continuous path.
The last time I checked the worst conductor of electricity is rubber.
orchestra's conductor wave to keep time
There is a conductor, the role of a conductor is to keep time, control dynamics (how loudly or softly the music is played) and the conductor takes the lead. Another role could be a drummer. Drummers keep the beat of the music by playing beats continually through the piece of music. Drummers keep the rythm and sometimes the drummers can take the lead.
The conductor leads and guides the orchestra to keep in time and everything.
The conductor of an orchestra helps to keep the music in time and communicate changes to the musicians.
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A conductor can make sure that everyone plays at the same beat. The conductor is usually a learned scholar of certain composers works and will offer his ideas and interpretations to the members of the orchestra during rehearsals on what he thinks the composer intended the piece to sound like. Besides keeping time, there is also the matter of phrasing, tempo changes, and dynamic changes.
The leader Of the orchestra can be the Conductor or the first violinist, called the "Concertmaster."
It is the Styrofoam cup as it is not a good conductor of heat but the metal cup is a good conductor of heat.
A piece of notebook paper is not a conductor it is an insulator
He gives the tempo, but he also controls his musicians, tells them to be more expressive, louder, go faster etc.
Someone who normally does not conduct that group but conducts that piece.