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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Joe44, Aug 5, 2013.
Cat Anderson claims it's the G.
This IS a 5 minute warm up and it works well for me.
actually -- Cat Anderson said that was the starting point -- but by no means is that the defining point of this method, nor is it the ending point. The 20 minute G is a method, and the warmup of that method started with the G, and expanded the range from there -- and of course the Cat Anderson method would take 4 hours a day to practice, and it's NOT all long notes either!!! -- just saying. (sure I warm up on a long G for a minute or two - but I also do scales up and down, some slurs, some tonguing and some fast chromatics to get the fingers working also) , 5 minutes is usually sufficient for the music in my community band ---------------NOW my normal practice at home!!! I usually spend 10 to 15 minutes on a warmup, and playing some soft tones -- before I head up above the staff too much!!!
Just remember Joe44, with KT, you're hearing egg frying. I'm a physician, take my word for it, ATP binds those actin myofiliment heads ANY time of the day.
GM may be a physician JOE, but he should also know the importance of EGGS - they contain a lot of protein which is useful for building and maintaining muscle!!!
And sulfur, which smells like farts... KT knows this... he just won't admit to it.
I find it nice that GM acknowledges how smart KT is. Eggheads are smart people.
hey buddy, however I toot!!!! --it's all music to my ears!!! (ps. can anyone toot a low G??? for 11 seconds?)