Breathe and Squeeze Trumpet Method

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  1. Sethoflagos

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    Wlitig eald broðor! ;-)

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    Merry Ol' England
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  4. Lionelsax

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    Oh yes that's fine !!!
    The video was for me, Lionel Albert !

    http://youtu.be/rhREMMjlcYI

    [h=2]Stream[/h][​IMG][h=3]John Healy[/h]Il y a 2 heures

    Hi Lionel, you should warm up playing C scale like this with whole notes, that is 4 beats each note..C D E F G A B C and back down to the low C. Play also Blues scale C Eb F Gb G natural Bb C over and over to get easy playing with the Blues scale and the Cmajor scale. Start with whole notes then play quarter notes,one beat each,then eigth notes two eigth notes equal one beat. every day before you play any songs. That will help lots :) John




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    [​IMG]John HealyIl y a 1 heure



    I have posted a video with C Major Scale demonstration for trumpet and Bb instruments.


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    +John Healy
    But, do I have to play it with a big vibrato ?


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    Ambient Music

    This is a musical genre that is atmospheric and environmental in nature. It evolved from early 20th century forms of impressionism with dreamy non-linear elements of ambient music applied to some forms of rhythmic music presented in chill-out rooms at raves and other dance events. Chill is another term for this music. NPR plays a nice series in the late evenings called Echos. Check it out. I love listening to this on returning from a late nite jazz gig, were I have been playing high intensity be-bop all night.
     
  6. Dupac

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    :troll:
     
  7. J. Jericho

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    What control! What technique! What phrasing! What a sound! What passion! Swing it, John!
     
  8. rankamateur

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    I don't think he's a troll. I think he genuinely can't hear how 'unusual' the sounds he is making are, which is a shame for someone who seems to be so interested in music. When you post videos on Youtube for the world to see, it's like dangling your tackle in a lion's mouth!
     
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  9. Lionelsax

    Lionelsax Mezzo Piano User

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    He is not a troll, he is my cornet teacher !
     
  10. Sethoflagos

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    ...seems to be inspired by

     

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