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I feel confident to answer all questions regarding trumpet and brass performing, practice techniques, and equipment inquiries. We never stop being "students" in music as we strive to grow technically and musically over our lifetime. Music is something that truly individualizes people and I would treat every question based on the individual asking the question.
Yes, indeed they are very similar. Your air has to travel through the tiniest of piping and make it through many twists and turns. The velocity of the air is paramount. What I suggest for that would
Great question and congrats on working on that horn. It will teach you some valauble things as you progress...if you do it right. The pic is keyed in C, obviously, in most cases. So learning the notes
Yes and thank you for the follow up. I'm in a funeral today playing my valveless bugle. I will be playing TAPS, which with the harmonics requires no valves. As for crooks, it may be possible to change
Joel, Thanks for reaching out. I do need some clarification, however. What I need to know is: What do you mean by "natural" player? What do you understand "crooks" to be. With the harmonics
Noblet brass instruments are very rare sp giving you a value is nearly impossible... but it's not worthless by any means. The 7, 8, 9 on the valves are sequence numbers. French practice is to make 33