A conductor also needs to be adequately prepared for the task at hand. Inevitably, this implies that a good deal of time should be devoted in advance to the study of the work that is going to be rehearsed. Studying the score involves:

     

    • Identifying the various melodies, including any contrapuntal textures.
    • Analysing the harmonic background of these melodies and relating this to the phrase structure.
    • Pencilling in the phrase structure on the score and marking in breathing places.
    • Analysing the rhythmic pattern of the melodic lines.
    • Studying key relationships.
    • Analysing the basic rhythmic structure of the entire work.
    • Studying the work's intellectual form and content.
    • Studying the work's emotional content.
    • Deciding when and how to resolve rehearsal problems.


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