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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Bloomin Untidy Musician, Jul 13, 2008.
Faired income everyone, my question was not articulated particularly well.
No i didn't see her Adam's Apple (or any other apple for that matter), she was talking about a MALE student that she taught, and she was certainly not in disguise under the "hood." I thought my question was a rather reasonable one, which looked at something which i had never heard about before.
Yes the position of the Adam's Apple is very important for breathing - if it is too far back - you can't.
I try and keep mine on the front!
I see no reason to concentrate on the adams apple. It is on the outside not the inside. For a voice teacher it may be of interest.
Point well-taken--sorry. You might want to check this site:The Cambridge Companion to Brass ... - Google Book Search
So SB, tell us all where she put her right hand ...it would be interesting though what she was doing with her left hand - most french "hornysts" are very handy with their left hands
Please check your PMs for some info on this subject.
Her name wasn't Anne Coulter, by any chance, was it? Just curious.