What is most important to you?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Adrian, Oct 5, 2004.

  1. trumpetmike

    trumpetmike Forte User

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    Tone has got to be one of the primary concerns for all musicians (not just trumpet players). How we achieve what we deem to be a respectable tone is a debate for the various teachers and teaching methods.
    The definition of a respectable tone is also one that could be up for debate.

    An audience won't turn up to hear someone scream out a dubble z if it sounds terrible.

    Musicality should probably be at the very top of the list.
     
  2. The Royal Lancer

    The Royal Lancer New Friend

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    I agree with Trumpet Mike. Musicality. I think about it in terms of being lyrical as well. If I'm not the one 'singing' the song then I want my efforts to be focused on accompanying and supporting the section that is.

    It is a combination of air support, tone and technique that creates the lyrical presentation. When you think about it, its just like singing.
     
  3. Mikey

    Mikey Forte User

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  4. FreshBrewed

    FreshBrewed Mezzo Piano User

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    With all ofthis talk about sound and air I would have to say that you can use a ton of air and still have a bad sound. Sound is everything. Find your sound and alot of other things tend to fall into place.
     

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