Chops and long etudes

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by NJtrpt, Feb 2, 2007.

  1. NJtrpt

    NJtrpt New Friend

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    Hi,
    I have been workly lately on some long etudes and have been experiencing something that I'd like to bring up here.

    When I play I do use good breathing techniques, use as minimal pressure as possible, remove the mouth piece during breathes etc, however, at times I get this weird "pressure" in my teeth, espically when I remove the MP. While my teeth do not move, it is a sensation that i can best describe as what feels like them shifting back into place.

    Again, i know they are not moving, my dentist says i have healthy teeth that are solid in the bone etc. I am trying to see if anyone else experiences this. I doesn't happen every day, but it is troublesome (maybe because i dont know what it is).

    Can anyone relate to this sensation?
    Thanks.
    Paul
     
  2. trumpet520

    trumpet520 Pianissimo User

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    THAT HAPPENS TO ME TOO! i got my braces off in febuary and at first i attributed it to that. But i really dont know what it is.
     
  3. uatrmpt

    uatrmpt Piano User

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    Your teeth can, and do, move while playing. If you've had braces, you'll know the immense feeling of relief when you pop that retainer in after a long day of playing.
     
  4. barato

    barato New Friend

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    I kind of get that feeling when I play with my braces. I have had them on for a month, but I have fully recovered in the playing field, except the higher register :-( . I do get the same sensation, feeling like my teeth are shifting. Yet again, I have braces so the higher chances show that the braces are creating the sensation. Other than that, I do not know what really can be causing your problems, since you have not had any teeth moving, or braces in the not so distant past.
    Good Luck, and Happy playing
     

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