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Tongue level exercices for trombone

Claude Gordon

Tongue level exercices for trombone

Bass clef edition

by Claude Gordon

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Published by C. Fischer (05090) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Méthodes,
  • Trombone

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11453165M
    ISBN 100825802822
    ISBN 109780825802829

    The book is only available at Norman Bolter's in-person engagements, such as master classes, so for information about the booklet, Norman Bolter's masterclass schedule, as well as other excellent trombone/music resources that they have produced, contact >Norman Bolter through his publisher: AIR-EV Productions, V.F.W. Parkway, Suite This is the second part of a series of articles about doodle tonguing, and this time I want to share a few basic exercises to improve both speed and precision when using doodle tongue. I recommend that you take a few lessons with a doodling trombone player if you are new in this field to ensure that you get it right from the beginning.

    66ETUDES inAllMajorandMinorKeys forTrombone,Tuba, Bassoon,StringBass MT S62 c.1 MUSI R ^/^ Ht''='•'/. every exercise each day. These exercises are to serve as a means to develop the concepts presented in each section. Always look for ways to improve and come up with a routine that works for you. The majority of the exercises in this packet are adaptations of exercises given to me by my teachers. My thanks to Peter Ellefson, Joe Alessi, Patrick.

      Tongue-Type Two. The most common tongue type is Reinhardt's Tongue-Type Two. This tonguing type, which is also recommended by many other brass texts and method books, is distinguished by the tongue striking the back of the upper teeth or upper gums and then arching and hovering inside the mouth according to the register being played. The Arban Method (La grande méthode complète de cornet à piston et de saxhorn par Arban) is a complete pedagogical method for students of trumpet, cornet, and other brass original edition was published by Jean-Baptiste Arban sometime before and is currently in print. It contains hundreds of exercises, ranging in difficulty. The method begins with basic exercises .


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Tongue level exercices for trombone by Claude Gordon Download PDF EPUB FB2

The most important aspect of playing the trumpet well is often the most neglected in educational books: the tongue. Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet by Claude Gordon, the treble clef edition, is written in English, French, Spanish and German so any student can learn the importance of proper tonguing.5/5(4).

The most Tongue level exercices for trombone book aspect of playing the trumpet well is often the most neglected in educational books: the tongue. Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet by Claude Gordon, the treble clef edition, is written in English, French, Spanish and German so any student can learn the importance of proper tonguing.

32 pages. - the publisher. O - Tongue Level Exercises - Trumpet (German Edition) (German) Sheet music – May 1, by Claude Gordon (Author) › Visit Amazon's Claude Gordon Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(9). Get the guaranteed best price on Trumpet Sheet Music & Songbooks like the Carl Fischer Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet by Claude Gordon at Musician's Friend.

"The most important aspect of playing the trumpet well is often the most neglected in educational books- the tongue.

Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet by Claude Gordon, the treble 5/5. Ernst Gaetke writes of these studies: “These lip and tongue exercises have been written for the very purpose of passing with ease from the bass to the treble areas of the trombone.

(Interactive Digital E-Book) Trombone exercises that will make you a well rounded trombonist. Topics discussed include practice tips, how to develop your sound, articulation, low and high range, vibrato, trills, flexibility, slide technique and more.

A must have method book for any student of the trombone regardless of the level. An easy way to practice without a mouthpiece is put your hand vertically on yours lips tongue the passage. I use ta-ki-da syllables for triple. As far as exercises, arbans trumpet method has a bunch (best I've used) which you can transpose, or buy the trombone book.

Daily Routines for Trombone by Emory Remington Transcribed by Jimmy Clark 1. Long Tone 2. Details Composer: Claude Gordon Instrumentation: Trumpet Binding: ISBN: Size: x inches Pages: None The most important aspect of playing the trumpet well is often the most neglected in educational books: the tongue.

Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet by Claude Gordon, the treble clef edition, is written in English. for Trombone” published by LS Publications. This book was originally written as a private lesson book for beginning students and a daily warm-up book for more advanced students.

The book contains 57 pages of basic fundamental exercises to prepare the young trombone student for more advanced texts. Additional books using the same basic.

Stick your tongue out and lightly touch its tip with your finger. As you are doing this, move just the tip up and down without moving the middle or back of the tongue. You can move just the tip of the tongue without getting the rest of it involved and this is what you should do to articulate on trombone.

The first exercise in this book was used by Claude Gordon to introduce K Tongue Modified tonguing. The exercises that follow are from moderate to advanced level flexibility studies.

The end of the book contains various awkward phrases Claude experienced of his career. These phrases are to be played chromatically in all keys and used similar to the material in Claude's Thirty Velocity Studies book. MOUTHPIECE(BUZZING((1.(First,(learn(how(to(play(“Mary(Had(A(Li_le(Lamb”(on(the(piano;(one(hand(in(C.(2.(Buzz(one(note((C(or(E,(or(whatever(is(comfortable.

t.£,1,4 hi3k libraryof newelldaylfy newandrevisededition thegoldmanexercises for doubleandtripletonguing onthecornet,trumpet andotherbrassinstruments (intrebleclef. Daily Routine for Tenor Trombone, Level 3 4 4 4 4. Note: This routine should be preceded by breathing and mouthpiece buzzing exercises.

Long Tones = q???. Separated Quarter Notes = q???. bwwbwbwbwwbwbwbww wwwbwwwwbwwwwwwbw bwwbwbwbwwbwbwbwwbww bw bw bw w bw bw bw w bw w bw bw. The trombone bore is small compared to the size of the body. The instrument won't take the maximum amount or speed of air we can supply and maintain a relaxed sound.

Keep things "in." The airspeed supports the note. Use the tongue level to speed up the air. You can demonstrate this by whistling a note and changing the pitch. The pitch. The beginner trumpet method book also has exercises that will help you master the knowledge you have learned.

The Rubank Elementary Method for Cornet or Trumpet is one of the best trumpet method books for beginners because it starts with teaching how to play the very first notes in the middle register instead of the low register. The book is designed for the student who just beginning to double or triple tongue and contains enough material for at least two years work.

Some students may take much more time, for the speed of progress will depend on the student's background, age and ability level. The range of this book is well within the ability level of young brass players.

The first exercise in Tongue Level Exercises is the basic exercise to develop K-Tongue Modified (Dorsal) tonguing, and the instructions for how to do that are on page 2 in the book (and on several other pages in various languages as well).

Then as you noted, the rest of the book is comprised of excellent Flexibility Exercises (aka Tongue Level. Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet (German) Sheet music – 1 Jan. by Claude Gordon (Author) › Visit Amazon's Claude Gordon Page.

search results for this author. Claude Gordon (Author) out of 5 stars 9 ratings. See all formats and Reviews: 9. 32 Daily Lip and Tongue-Exercises for Trombone Staple Bound – January 1, by Ernst Gaetke (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from other_meta_binding "Please retry" — — — Staple Bound — Author: Ernst Gaetke.For an effective routine at an ability level between the Level 1 and Level 2 routines presented here, try the Minute Warm-Up available from Hip-Bone Music.

Not only are the exercises effective, but the book includes an accompaniment CD that makes the routine more fun, and helps the player to develop better pitch and timing.The Modern Jazz Method For Trombone is divided into four sections: Scale Patterns, Arpeggios, Intervals and Range builders.

Each section consists of 20 exercises. I recommend that you spend one or two weeks on each set of exercises. It is also recommended that you memorize the exercises as soon as you feel comfortable with them.