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Lip Flexibilities : For All Brass Instruments

Chamber Music Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, TubaFor all brass instruments. Composed by Bai Lin. Instructional Method. Full score (study). With Standard notation. Balquhidder Music #BQ38. Published by Balquhidder Music (CF.BQ38).

Lip Flexibilities : For All Brass Instruments

The role of the upper lip is relatively more important in flute playing than with other wind instruments because it directs the airflow [2]. A short upper lip or long (or protruding) upper incisors are a great handicap to flute musicians [2, 5, 6]. In brass instrument playing lip length has been suggested as a possible cause of disturbance in lip vibration. With relatively short lips higher tones will be more difficult to produce than the lower tones because the higher tones require an air column of smaller diameter to pass through the lips than the lower tones [20]. In double reed instrument playing, the lips also play an important role because they should be long enough to be stretched over the incisal edges [2, 18, 19].

Discover pieces across a variety of styles and genres, from orchestral to jazz to brass band, all of which showcase the wide range of styles available to brass players. Our repertoire has been refreshed at all levels, with a number of specially commissioned pieces and the addition of duets for selected instruments at lower grades.

The 4099 CORE for Extreme SPL is perfect for trumpet, trombone and other brass instruments that can make a lot of sound. You can use it with or without mute. The microphone effortlessly handles even the highest sound pressure levels.


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