More about the Handheld Music Stand for Singers in Choirs
We humans, with our opposable thumbs and strong fingers, are very used to gripping things tightly to keep them steady. But the Music Stand was designed to lessen tension and strain in the hands and fingers as much as possible. When it is supporting a folder of music, the Music Stand should rest in the hand in a comfortable and balanced way: there should be no need to grip it or to maintain any tension in the hand, or to brace the knuckles against the “spine” as it curves down over the back of the hand - it is more comfortable to simply support the Music Stand in a relaxed way. It might seem natural at first to grip it, but this would create tension and soon become uncomfortable.
This Handheld Music Stand helps you to support your music folder comfortably with one hand. Here are its key features:
In short, if you’re using this music stand, you can pay more attention to the conductor, to the music, and the process of singing, and less to the mechanics of keeping your folder under control.
** Note: the Music Stand was designed for use with ring-binder or similar folders, holding sheets of music or scores It does not work quite so well with thicker standalone scores. **
More information is at www.handheldmusicstand.co.uk email firstname.lastname@example.org
** If using the Music Stand exacerbates an existing condition, or causes a new one or pain or discomfort, then discontinue use and consult a medical professional. **