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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Emi, Jan 13, 2015.
A slow passage would teach us more about your sound. Appreciate the effort, nonetheless.
KT , if you read the entire history of these two gents, it wasn't pleasant in their latter years.
You don't want to be playing like this do you?
The guy has to hold it's cheeks to keep an embouchure.
Pleasant reading. NOT!!!
The guy that didn't puff his cheeks, got to solo!!!
Maybe bad for playing but in some cases can become a marketing point.
Most people's lives in later years go down hill --- your not going to win a triathlon after age 40 unless you win the age group category
I'm forwarding this to "Trombone Shorty" -- explaining he is cutting his career short
Whatever the case, I think we can agree it's not necessary?
Sometimes I do not understand the devils advocate. They leave out half of the story to justify bullshit.
It IS a basic problem to puff the cheeks. That doesn't mean that we can't overcome the issue - at least for a while, but we don't have to advocate things that make life MUCH tougher - especially before we have knowledge that there is a medical issue and the player has no choice.
Why can't we just keep the issue simple and recommend safe stuff to people that we don't know?