tips for begginers

    
tips for begginers    01:49 on Friday, February 15, 2008          

ure-name-here
(344 points)
Posted by ure-name-here

ive just started player ( yesterday actualy ) and i was wondering if anyone else had any tips for begginers


Re: tips for begginers    13:52 on Friday, February 15, 2008          

ekdavies
(208 points)
Posted by ekdavies

1. Practice.
2. Get a (good) teacher because he or she can save you hours, days or weeks of practice simply by correcting your technique.
3. Find music you like to play ...


Re: tips for begginers    14:57 on Saturday, February 16, 2008          

clarinet2
(41 points)
Posted by clarinet2

work on simple note fingerings like Bb,g,d,a,Eb,C,Ab,and F.


Re: tips for begginers    06:27 on Friday, February 29, 2008          

ure-name-here
(344 points)
Posted by ure-name-here

well its actualy a bit smaller than a tuber, easier to hold, it belongs to the school, i dont know what type it is

sorry 4 the late reply

<Added>

its a joseph sterburg spf 2753


Re: tips for begginers    22:52 on Friday, February 29, 2008          

FBDW_08
(6 points)
Posted by FBDW_08

Buzz on that mouth piece and learn those scales. Find an awesome mentor too. The tuba is awesome! You are going to love it. Hard work and lots of practice will get you very far. Don't be afriad to ask questions and observe the pros.


Re: tips for begginers    13:36 on Sunday, May 18, 2008          

theTromboni
(136 points)
Posted by theTromboni

Play lots of long notes, as long as you can play, when you'r starting. Hopefully it will improve your lung capacity so you only have to breathe every second measure.

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I always do that before i start playing, because it warms up the instrument so your tuning doesn't change as you continue playng.


   




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