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screw (one)self up to concert pitch

To prepare for any event or crisis that may occur. My dad is nervous about me driving so far on my own, so I'm sure he's screwed himself up to concert pitch and is stationed by the phone in case I call.
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in concert

1. Literally, performing a musical concert. They're one of my favorite bands, but strangely I've never seen them in concert.
2. Together; in cooperation. The two of us will need to work in concert if we're going to get through all these files. The local police department has been investigating in concert with federal agencies.
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in concert (with someone)

Fig. in cooperation with someone; with the aid of someone. Mrs. Smith planned the party in concert with her sister. In concert they planned a lovely event.
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in concert

Together, jointly, as in They worked in concert on the script, or When mind is in concert with body, one can accomplish a great deal. This expression uses concert in the sense of "an agreement of two or more persons." [Early 1700s]
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Contrary to the locally-based challenge concerts, the visiting concerts will see musicians travelling to places where residents have few opportunities to hear live music.
We always have a concert but we'll have a show in the New Year."
Taking part in the concert with Caerphilly Ladies Choir was Twyn School Choir, Lucy Rees (soprano),and Lewis Brace (classical guitarist).
During the kids' concert, youngsters will learn about different styles of music and performing, with the assistance of the concert choir and the Sugar Beets, a longtime and popular bluegrass and folk band from Eugene.
The first concert featured Lithuanian pianist Daiva Stulgyte.
The singer was due to perform at the "Banzarat Festival" when the festival's spokesperson, Bashir Al Saifawi, explained that the concert had to be called off for several reasons.
CUTLINE: The Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra plays as conductor Myron Romanul directs the audience in the singing of the national anthem at the start of a previous "Classics to Broadway" summer concert at Institute Park.
At the first stage of the concert, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Deputy Secretary-General and Belgium's former Prime Minister Yves Leterme will be the honored guest.
Richard Phillips, festival director, said: "Leamington Music is delighted to have these concerts broadcast and it is recognition of the quality of music-making that we are providing for the local community."
David Haslam will conduct the English Philharmonic Ensemble who will be joined by The Singers at the concerts in Carlisle and the North East and by the Beverley Singers for the concert in Beverley Minster on December 23.
The free Songkick Concerts app is available from the App store at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/songkick-concerts/id438690886?mt=8&ls=1
"Sharing cultural heritage is the best way to understand each other, learn from each other, and to get closer to our friends," Turkey's Ambassador to the United States Namik Tan said during the concert at his residence.
The Alnwick Concert Pipers are due to play in concert in a rare venture to Heaton.
THIS week's opening concerts of the Liverpool Phil, with an advertised programme of Libor Pesek conducting the New World Symphony, have a distinctly deja vu look about them.
The CBO's first concert did indeed take place on September 5, 1920 in the Theatre Royal, under the baton of Appleby Matthews.