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Tag Archives: notation
Even though this blog is focused primarily on writing for trumpet, I do think it is important to include a few tips about how the performance material for trumpet – or indeed, for any instrument – should be prepared. I … Continue reading
Posted in General Trumpet Knowledge Tagged Elaine Gould, handwriting, notation, performance material 1 Comment
As a younger player I thought air sounds were silly and didn’t take them very seriously. I’ve worked so hard to create a beautiful trumpet sound, and now all I’m supposed to do is blow some air through the instrument!? … Continue reading
Posted in Contemporary Techniques Tagged air sounds, notation, trumpet 7 Comments