Amateur Historian on Rudy Muck & Holton
B&S Challenger I Mod.3137-L Trumpet
Arno Windisch Silver Deluxe Rotary Trumpet
Hermann Ganter G7aSN Rotary Trumpet
C.G.CONN Connstellation 28A
Old German Band Rotary Cornet
Holton Collegiate 503 Cornet
1950s Symphony Rotary Trumpet (Bohm&Meinl??!?)
and tonnes of trumpets/cornets/flugels and morse keys....
#4 isn't always an easy thing to do,G-Man
Bach Artist LTD-1
Yamaha YTR-732( now gone)
Selman C, rose brass( ongoing experiment)
72 Olds Custom Crafted
Selman Flugle( I know, it's Chinese)( Any body got a Getzen valve block I can put in this thing?)
Conn 17A Cornet
Bugles across America
This will solve your problem. If you practice.
High Note Entrances Made Easier | The Trumpet Blog
High Range Trumpet Methods- Introduction | The Trumpet Blog
High Range Methods- Traditional | The Trumpet Blog
High Range Methods- Pedal Tones | The Trumpet Blog
High Range Methods- Current Approaches | The Trumpet Blog
www.reginaschoerg.com) . Step #4 would be - make sure all your cats and dogs are out of earshot (otherwise you'll get a duetto infernale:
I suppose to add to this, there are varying definitions of "high notes." For some people, high notes are 1st ledger A's and B's. For others, (this is where I come in) high notes are anything above 3rd ledger E. I'm a rock to Eb, and can still effectively play those at the end of my 3rd set. E's are iffy - I probably have about 65/35 hit miss ratio for E's - fortunately I have very few lines in my book that extend past D#/Eb. Anything beyond that is a crapshoot, which is why I don't try to seek employment as a big band lead player - from what I've seen, an effective big band lead player needs to have 4th ledger G in the bag to play in a true, pro-level big band.
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