Trumpet Embouchure

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mandart
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Trumpet Embouchure
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2012-07-01 01:12:46
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  1. Rushing Air, No Tone.  What are the remedies?
    • Reform and maintain B position with Lips.
    • Lick lips and mouthpiece.
  2. Beginning Trumpet Player, has tight, thin tone.  What are the causes?
    • Too much pucker in lips.
    • Tight closed throat
    • Tense, excessively pursed lips.
  3. Stopped Tone.  What are the causes?
    • Tight, closed throat
    • Too much pressure.
    • Tense, excessively pursed lips formation (biting)
  4. Stopped Tone.  What are the remedies?
    • Review "sigh" breath; suggest yawn with head up.
    • Relax Left Hand Grip, no Right Hand Little Finger Hook.
    • Relax, reform "B" but de-emphasize lip pursing.
  5. A beginning Trumpet, no tone, but rushing air.  What are the causes?
    • lips not together (spread aperture)
    • too much pucker in lips ("oo" shape)
    • dry lips, dry mouthpiece
    • insufficient air to make lips vibrate
  6. Airy Tone on Trumpet.  What is a remedy?
    re-form and maintain "B" position with lips
  7. Beginning Trumpet, stopped tone due to restricted buzz or throat.  What are the causes?
    • tight closed throat
    • tense, excessively pursed lip formation (biting)
    • too much mouthpiece pressure toward lips
  8. Example 5  Completely stopped tone.  What are the remedies?
    • review "sigh" breath; suggest yawn with head up
    • relax left hand grip, no right hand little finger hook
    • relax, re-form "B" but de-emphasize lip pursing
  9. Example 3 - Airy Tone.  Remedy.
    re-form and maintain "B" position with lips
  10. Example 3 - Airy Tone.  Causes.
    • lips not together (spread aperture)
    • too much pucker in lips (hard "oo")
  11. Example 2 - No Tone, Rushing Air.  Causes.
    • lips not together (spread aperture)
    • dry lips, dry mouthpiece
    • too much pucker in lips (hard "oo")
    • insufficient air to make lips vibrate
  12. No Tone, Rushing Air.  Remedies
    • review "sigh" breath; suggest yawn with head up
    • re-form and maintain "B" position with lips
    • lick lips, inside of mouthpiece
  13. Example 4 - Tight, Thin Tone.  Causes.
    • tight, closed throat
    • too much pucker in lips (hard "oo")
    • tense, excessively pursed lip formation (biting)
  14. Tight, Thin, Pinched Tone.  Remedies
    • review "sigh" breath; suggest yawn with head up
    • re-form "B" but emphasize no pucker
    • relax, re-form "B" but de-emphasize lip pursing
  15. Example 5 - Stopped Tone, Throat & Buzz Restrictions.  Causes
    • tight, closed throat
    • too much mouthpiece pressure toward lips
    • tense, excessively pursed lip formation (biting)
  16. Example 2 - No Tone, Rushing Air.  Remedies
    • re-form and maintain "B" position with lips
    • lick lips, inside of mouthpiece
  17. Example 4 - Tight, Thin Tone.  Remedies
    • review "sigh" breath; suggest yawn with head up
    • relax, re-form "B" but de-emphasize lip pursing

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