Armando Ghitalla's teachings.

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  1. IzzyGoldberg

    IzzyGoldberg New Friend

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    Dear members of the forum,

    I thought it would be bad ettiquette to 'exhume' a post that has been dead for over a year.

    I recently stumbled upon the post titled What to practice after the dreaded embouchure change .
    It addresses the issue of embouchure change vis-a-vis the approach of Mr. Ghitalla.


    That said, is there anyone out there who can help me with exercises/routines that Armando Ghitalla used in order to help facilitate their embouchure change.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Sincerey,

    Daniel

    P.S. As I am not computer savvy, I didn't know how to post a link to the aforementioned thread. Sorry....:dontknow:
     
  2. Pete

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  3. rowuk

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    Daniel,
    forget it. Mundys teaching was one on one - not DIY. You need a teacher that is familiar with the concept and has YOUR best at heart - assuming that this method works for you at all! I spent some time with him. Each of his students got VERY individual advice.
     
  4. IzzyGoldberg

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    Pete- thank you for the fascinating trumpet guild link!

    Thank you Rowuk, I think that is sound advice.

    Tschuss,

    Daniel
     
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