Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by alant, Oct 11, 2013.
Does anyone know where i can download free the explanations for: fall, turn, growl etc
A simple inquiry on a search engine for "jazz articulations" will find other interpretations: Jazz tends to draw on oral rather than on written traditions. Consider the English language--lots of differences are there, and, like jazz, the best written and spoken English comes from the Americas.
Don't believe him. They make up words and can't spell real ones.
Rapier is not being very bilgistic. We never make up new words.
There are a couple of nice videos on YouTube by Charlie Porter on this topic...
Special Effects (Part I) Trumpet Tips & Tricks with Charlie Porter - YouTube
I recommend listening to everything Bubber Miley recorded in the 1920s -- he created these effects in the first place.
You might also check out Lester Bowie, you can hear traces of Bubber Miley in his avant-garde style.
Actually . . . I had the pleasure (harrumph) of hearing Americans in public for many years in Germany speak, and frankly my (German) wife and children (German educated, not at American schools) speak with better grammar than many of the Americans I hears. And to boot, not only is my daughter's first language German, her second language is French. English is her third language.
(OP - I'm assuming you have gotten your answer.)
Interesting videos, although I don't think he covered the turn (grupetto) in enough detail.
OK, I admit we make up words, but that's our way. You need a copy of the American Addictionary, that should clear things up for you. You're welcome.
No hard feelings. Irregardless, we are friends.
Your sample set is obviously skewed, because as everyone knows, the Germans are better than us at everything, including our own language. So your experiences don't surprise me.