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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by KMRoark, May 7, 2011.
or try du gu
I teach double tonguing starting the 3rd or 4th lesson. NEVER dugu. When we learn to double tongue, it is not important to go fast, it is important to train this unnatural motion. Just start slowly and accurately. Scales are a great thing to combine multiple tonguing with. Later on, when we have tuku down, we can add variations: dugu, riti, dudl, diri.
So dugu, riti, dudl, diri are things that I will learn when I get TuKu down pat?
I don't know. Thjat depends on you. They all are useful in one way or another.
One tongue size does not fit all.