Graded Exercises and Studies for Trumpet

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Graded Exercises and Studies for Trumpet and other valved brass instruments is a tried and tested collection that presents core material for every stage of technical development, designed and composed by Phil Lawrence. Warm-ups, technical exercises and studies are an essential part of all brass players’ training – building stamina as well as establishing technique.

  • Forming a correct and secure embouchure
  • Tonguing technique and developing staccato and legato work
  • Fingering practice and agility
  • Tone development and mouthpiece work

This book is suitable for players within a year of starting, presenting the basics in bite-sized exercises and consolidating through a series of studies. It works up progressively and imaginatively to more advanced techniques and provides a series of ideal warm-ups for players whatever their level.

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Graded Exercises and Studies for Trumpet and other valved brass instruments is a tried and tested collection that presents core material for every stage of technical development, designed and composed by Phil Lawrence. Warm-ups, technical exercises and studies are an essential part of all brass players’ training – building stamina as well as establishing technique.

  • Forming a correct and secure embouchure
  • Tonguing technique and developing staccato and legato work
  • Fingering practice and agility
  • Tone development and mouthpiece work

This book is suitable for players within a year of starting, presenting the basics in bite-sized exercises and consolidating through a series of studies. It works up progressively and imaginatively to more advanced techniques and provides a series of ideal warm-ups for players whatever their level.

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