Would you run outta` breath?

Would you run outta` breath?

    
Would you run outta` breath?    14:41 on Tuesday, September 3, 2019          

lwiinberg
(1 point)
Posted by lwiinberg

Hello guys and girls!

I'm working on a piece of music the contains trumpet parts.
But I'm in doubt if some of the parts are too long?
As in the trumpet player would run out of breath playing the price.

I know very little about the techniques uses to play the trumpet, so I hope you can help me out.

Thanks.

Dropbox link to the sheet music here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/gg9u5q7r2zr9nba/PT1%20Trumpet.pdf?dl=0

- Lasse


Re: Would you run outta` breath?    12:18 on Tuesday, November 26, 2019          

trumpetbiz
(1 point)
Posted by trumpetbiz

Congrats on the courage to push yourself and your trumpet playing. I'm making some assumptions (probably poor ones so apologies in advance if so) on your length of playing given your post about your playing knowledge. Proper form may help. This means, keeping your elbows out, stand (or sit) tall, shoulders back. Now the best tip I can offer, use your diaphragm. If you aren't sure how to do that. Place your hand on your stomach. Now breath in making your stomach expand first, then your lungs. This will roughly double the air you breathe in. More importantly, you'll be able to deliver the air more powerfully using the strength of your diaphragm. Practice breathing like this, hopefully it'll help.
Here's a guide I found on properly holding the trumpet or flugelhorn. Good luck with your playing !
https://trumpet.biz/trumpet-tips/how-to-hold-a-trumpet/


   




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