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1. To make brass playing easier 2. To provide you with effective and efficient warm-up material 3. To help you get back in shape after a break
We all have strengths – we all have weaknesses – and no one knows your strengths and weaknesses better than you do. That’s why unlike other brass methods, “High notes, low notes, and everything in between” is divided into parts and modules, rather than “lessons.”
The beauty of this system is that you can quickly and easily design a practise routine that suits you, your current ability level and your goals. And don’t worry – you’ll be shown several example practise routines to help you get started!
As a professional trumpet player, I simply don’t have the time to warm up for an hour before a show. Instead, I do the bare minimum necessary to get my playing system warmed up and in shape for the day.
Using a selection of the material in this course, you can create a simple and effective warm up that takes 10 to 15 minutes – from getting your instrument out of the case, to being prepared for the majority of musical situations that you’ll ever face.
I’ve even included one of my personal standard warm up routines which you can use as a base on which to model your own warm up that meets your personal needs.
When I was a student, I never dared to take extended breaks from the horn because I didn’t want to lose ground and be forced to spend an extended...Read More detail...