Flexibility is perhaps the most important and difficult to teach technical aspect of brass playing, particularly for trumpet players. I wrote this Advanced Lip Flexibility Exercise for myself and my students and all I can say is this: It works.
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- Sale!Florestan, the 6th movement from Robert Schumann’s famous (and EPIC) piano work, Carnaval, is not the first piece you might want to make into a trumpet étude, but after recording it with Canadian Brass on this album here, I couldn’t help but play as many of the parts as possible, trying to fill in as many of the moving lines I could. This evolved into the etude below–definitely one of the most difficult I’ve ever arranged. If you think you might want to take a crack at it, I’m practically giving it away (you can download it for just $3).
- Sale!Included in this download: 2 trumpet parts 1 horn part 1 trombone part 1 tuba part 1 full score You should receive the download link immediately after purchase. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
- Sale!Baroque trumpet fingering chart - free pdf download: 3-hole system
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