Hi Abi,

Here’s your HW for the week.

Clarke 1 (#7,1) and 2 (#27,32,34) – Smooth connected, consistent air

Getchell – First study. Good tone, clear articulation, consistent smooth air

Links to both books:

https://5dvmmq.bn.files.1drv.com/y4mO-4pofxzlVJMxlvOr2ej_lJ3MH_qRvkRurWtUrbfmaDbkBRD3KBpMqJTainohqEMWZ0Mmb_PoLctizLT3Fqs9LJKopLO298ZMJo5-GX9-KVIbNf1Yhq9X4lMAVT6Y_1C1nxaepoDK7MA11MjqljRnMJuVIktn-_VwOLa9htj9bsQEavf2kxE5dSYhIMnCyUOhAyKT3He1sND1UFGJ5C7_w/Getchell%20-%201st%20Book%20of%20Practical%20Studies.pdf?download&psid=1

http://ks.petruccimusiclibrary.org/files/imglnks/usimg/5/53/IMSLP340778-SIBLEY1802.28663.653c-MT445.C598_T25_1912.pdf

Also, try to listen to some trumpet players this week. I think it’ll help you get an idea of a sound you like so you can have it in your ear. You can look for solo rep or orchestral if you would like. Here are some suggestions for both:

Solo:

Wanton Marsalis, Allison Balsam, Håkan Hardenberger, Thomas Hooten, Philip Smith

Orchestra:

Any Bernstein recording with New York (Philip Smith usually plays in these)

Berlin Philharmonic after 2004 (Gabor Tarkovi plays in these)

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