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This concert is so boring.
Shush! Don't talk while they're performing!
Look, they're going to switch ensembles during intermission. We came here to see the chamber orchestra, not the wind ensemble. Can we leave?
Concert etiquette? I clap when they're finished! What more is there?
Well, a lot. Don't do anything to distract the performers, don't record their performance unless you have permission, and-
What did I do? The song was over! I was clapping! That's polite, isn't it?
How would I know? It sounded like it was over!
The piece wasn't over, they were just between two movements. That's one of the most important rules of concert etiquette.
Oh, I had no idea. Thanks.
The most important rule of concert etiquette is to wait until the conductor puts his or her baton down to clap. That means the piece is really over; between movements or in large pauses, their baton will stay up.
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