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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by ultratrumpet, Sep 3, 2014.
Can't argue with that
I messed around with that years ago by putting it in a mouthpiece. Fun, but otherwise useless.
Paul Tynan, ITG 2013.
There IS a use for it....
Lionel Hampton's "Adam Blew His Hat"
We do this chart, note for note except the trumpet solo, lol!
LOL! Love it!
I predict this method will be great for repair techs, who will be called on to remove little squeaky thingamajigs from the 3rd valve slides of many trumpets.
And let's give the video's author some cred. He hits a couple nice high D's.
I suppose if I couldn't play a High G (and High A) the regular way (((by brute force))) -- then I might resort to using this trick. However, since I can "everyday" play a High G, and a High A --- and play them "in tune" --- then I don't need no gimmicks.
ps. --- this was a very nice trick, and I thoroughly enjoyed the video -- I might let the poor sucker who sits next to me in band in on this, he might feel better about his high notes then ---
Do more long tones and don't be a brute!!
I am totally doing this!