August 2013

The new school year is approaching, now is the time to match your goals with your action plan…

A great new book by Wiff Rudd (Rhythm & Brass and Baylor University)- Collaborative Practice Concepts for Trumpet can help match your goals with your practice materials and time. The new materials and games are wonderful; but the variations on standard trumpet teaching materials are thoughtful and will give you new and different perspectives towards further improvement.  Try the assortment of options and you will most likely find that you are having more fun practicing and getting unexpected positive results.

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Rudd Collaborative Practice Concepts for Trumpet










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German Brass Wagner CD cover









If you are looking to explore some solo trumpet literature than you need to have Calls and Echoes- American Sonatas for Trumpet and Piano (MSR CLASSICS MS 1395), a new release by Eric Berlin, trumpet and Nadine Shank, piano. Stanley Friedman, Kent Kennan, Robert Suderburg and James Stephenson are the American composers featured on this CD. Eric Berlin brings to these sonatas a lyrical style of playing mixed with great technique and a beautiful sound. (Listening note- notice the variety of straight mutes used on this recording to obtain subtle variety of timbres. You should practice with your mutes and explored your possibilities too!)

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