Trumpet Momentum Volume 1 - How to play high notes
Trumpet Momentum is a philosophy that I live by in my daily routine. It is literally how I live and I encourage you to explore these principles and apply them to your own journey.
This first installment of "Trumpet Momentum" focuses on the elements of playing high notes. In reality, these physics principles apply to all notes from the lowest to highest. Most of us think of high notes as difficult or seemingly unattainable only because the mid-range is likely missing balance.
The four primary elements necessary for high notes played without excessive pressure include:
Getting to the heart of the Trumpet Momentum philosophy, finding balance is the first element required for success in anything. The rest of this blog entry is in video format in two parts, which I believe is more useful than words. Please leave your comments below and I will answer your questions individually or in the next installment of Trumpet Momentum.
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