Just wanted to mention that I have attended two concerts at which the player actually did bring her own chair/stool. Interestingly, in both cases it was a female player.Gruupi wrote:...
All that being said, I frequently have to perform in a chair that is uncomfortable. It would be impractical to carry my own chair with me every place I play.
I agree with you. Ì don't think your height is important but the distance between the feet and where the lower leg meets the thigh at the back of the knee. I find a bad easy chair can be a goood chair if it matches this for me.I have a long torso but shortish legs.OldPotter wrote:Hello
this has also interested me, I have found that the chair should be at the same height as the back of the knee, whatever that is. That will keep the right thigh parallel ish to the floor and the left thigh slightly raised with your foot on a stool. This seems to be more comfortable wether there is a lot of padding on the seat or not.
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