sudden toothache

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  1. Pedrotrumpeter

    Pedrotrumpeter New Friend

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    hello trumpet master, now my question is about something that I had never felt, I have four years playing the trumpet, I worked for 5 hours straight in a day with a salsa band and not feeling anything, but now I have 3 or 4 days in my orchestra practicing 1812, and although in the section are five trumpets the teacher asks me my (I'm the principal) that touch of a ffff is written in the score to three times stronger than me there asking, and after these trials feel a sore tooth, I have not crooked or broken just I have that feeling .... any advice, suggestion or a way to work my fortes or working with my section so that together we achieve that volume?
     
  2. Ed Lee

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    Audio amplification!
     
  3. macjack

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    Do see a dentist ASAP to make sure there is not any underlying dental problem.
     
  4. gmonady

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    Yep, it's not the horn... have a dentist check out your teeth.
     
  5. coolerdave

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    After seeing your dentist..
    I always thought anything over ff was just a waste of ink. If they need more sound than my ff they need more trumpets.
    but if you are determined .. possibly a brighter setup trumpet wise and/or mp wise.
     
  6. Pedrotrumpeter

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    but was only the last three rehearsal, before this i dont feel nothing, only the 2 or 3 hours after the rehearsal, and the next day i was practicing all the morning and no, i dont feel anything, its the first time i feel that.
     
  7. acarcido

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    Hi Pedrotrumpeter, may I ask what set of teeth are hurting you? Is it the lower or upper front teeth. I would highly doubt its any of the molar's right? Do you have fillings and if you do are they metal fillings?
     
  8. Peter McNeill

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    See your dentist -
     
  9. gmonady

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    OK but seriously, when was the last time you saw your dentist?
     
  10. Pedrotrumpeter

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    on the lower front teeth, isnt the molars, and no like 3 months ago.
     

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