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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by max3k, Jun 27, 2007.
The most success I have ever had with a double HIGH C is when I played a high C twice!
The easiest way to hit double c is on the piano - or take up sopranino saxophone.
By the way, I heard on the radio that Adolphe Sax died lonely and poor, maybe hitting double c on the piano is safer.....
If I play a High C 3 times is that a Triple High C?
I had an answer on this thread - actually the very first answer.
Where did it go ?
dunno, repost it
Make sure that you got a good grip on the pinky ring. If you manage to break it you will know what an excessive pressure means but you can still keep trying pushing the horn towards your lips till it breaks too. Than you won't need anymore to play the Double C This may make Dave Monette to start producing horns of titanium instead of brass
What's your favorite flavor of High - C ?
If my eyeballs start bleeding when I play above the staff,
am I using too much pressure ?
Well, now that you've brought performance enhancing drugs into the equation, we'll have to start a separate thread called - "World's Best Drug Free Double C".
Did you know Viagra will help get your range "up"?
1 Blue Diamond = Double C