Trumpet Discussion Discuss Mike Sachs Daily Fundamentals for the Trumpet in the General forums; Has any one else checked out his book daily fundamentals for the trumpet?
The book includes 3 chapters covering warm-up, ...
Mike Sachs Daily Fundamentals for the Trumpet
Has any one else checked out his book daily fundamentals for the trumpet?
The book includes 3 chapters covering warm-up, Arban’s exercises and solo repertoire.
The warm up chapter is very in-depth covering all aspects of fundamentals with a variety of approaches to each exercise. This chapter combines numerous exercises from various sources into a straight forward warm-up and fundamental routine. And he even has suggested routines in the back!
There is a lot more as well but I don’t want to give to much away! :wink:
I feel this is a must have for every trumpet player.
Been there, done that ... use it everyday! Great Book .... Mark doesn't like the 'Lip Buzz' exercises .... but I do! Helps keep a closed lip setting ... and gets the blood flowing to the lips first thing! :)
yeah i dont like lip buzzing either. i have not spoken to Mark about the book but i did not think he would be a fan of lip buzzing. For now I use the Sachs stuff to supplement Mark's assignements and i feel it pretty much is an extenstion of what i am already working on with Mark.
Originally Posted by riffdawg2000
thanks for giving me the heads up on this book Joel,
I love that book, I have all my students buy it, and we work out of it quite a bit. I also love his Mahler Symphonies Complete Parts book, it's a great aid not just for the symphonies, but also with general trumpet practicing. Great stuff!!
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