Trumpet Lessons

I've picked out some interesting and/or useful lessons for trumpet players of any style. Enjoy!
Instructed by Carol Robinson
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  • Languages English
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03:06
http://mucony.comClassical and jazz music lessons. Private instruction by the world's finest musicians. Faculty from the Juilliard School, the New York Philharmonic, the Metropolitan Opera, etc. All the solo instruments, ensembles and jam sessions. Also free information on music jobs, music schools and more.For more Video, please visit http://mucony.com/faculty_details.php...
04:14
Adam and Dave Monette demonstrate an iBrass lesson. For more info, VISIT: www.AdamRapa.com
07:57
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
07:57
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
05:38
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
03:00
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
08:16
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
03:47
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
10:40
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
08:48
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
08:03
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
09:52
Produced by the U.S. Army Field Band, Washington, D.C. Do YOU have what it takes to be an Army trumpeter, full time or part time?Find out about the great pay, bonuses, and benefits at www.GoArmy.com for full time opportunities or www.1-800-Go-Guard.com for part time (or just send me a message and I'll send you in the right direction).Benefits include free tuition, G.I. Bill, travel, free instrument usage, training, retirement after 20 years, health coverage, and much more.Call 774-930-3626 or 508-674-4720 to join the 215th Army National Guard Band - Fall River, Massachusetts
06:24
Trumpet CourseBeginner - Intermediatewith Clark TerrySpecial Guest ArtistMajor Holly, bassMarc Chase Weinstein, trumpet & producer
05:23
This is one of the coolest sounding mutes, either stem in or stem out. Hear it and learn the difference between the two. The mute I'm using in the vid is a bubble mute made by Jo-Ral. The tune I played is Dizzy Gillespie's "Birk's Works," a minor 12-bar blues in concert F minor(trumpet G minor).
03:38
Learn the basics about these common mutes.
02:01
All sound is vibration and on the trumpet, that vibration comes from your lips. Learn how to buzz your lips correctly for good tone, range, and endurance.
02:33
A great warm-up and a basic technique to master as a beginner is changing the pitch of the buzz from high to low. Learn how.
02:45
Experiment! These are just 2 examples of the most common first notes on trumpet. Both are "open" or no valves down. Hear them so you can create your own.
02:17
This lesson introduces the basics of breathing and tone production for beginning trumpet players.Need some free sheet music? We've got it!http://makingmusicfun.net/htm/f_print... - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik for Trumpet Solo by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarthttp://makingmusicfun.net/htm/f_print... - The Entertainer for Trumpet Solo by Scott Joplinhttp://makingmusicfun.net/htm/f_print... - In the Hall of the Mountain King for Trumpet Solo by Edvard Grieghttp://makingmusicfun.net/htm/f_print... - Rondeau (Masterpiece Theater) for Trumpet Solo by Jean-Joseph Mourethttp://makingmusicfun.net/htm/f_print... - Triumphal March for Trumpet Solo by Giuseppi Verdi | AidaAbout MakingMusicFun.netMakingMusicFun.net is a creative music education website jam-packed with colorful and engaging resources for elementary student and teachers. You'll find free printable sheet music, music theory games and worksheets, composer biographies and worksheets, printable award certificates, and a ton of kids song lyrics. Creative Resources for Elementary Education
09:47
This is my take on breathing for trumpet playing. You can find more at http://www.nickdrozdoff.com . Thanks! Nick Drozdoff.
09:48
Note: the first part of this is a quasi-non-technical discussion about some aspects of waves in trumpets. I conclude with a discussion about my understanding of how this impacts MY thought on why I like the horns I play. You could take the same information and arrive at a totally different conclusion, based on your needs physically and musically. That is totally fine and to be expected. In the meantime I hope this offers a little food for thought. Peace. Nick drozdoff
09:58
This clip is intended for two audiences. First are trumpeters viewing my online lessons site. Second are students involved with Science Olympiad. As a judge for S.O. I encounter many metal tube chimes, flutes and strings. There is remarkably little variety. Only two times has anyone brought in a brasswind. I hope this little clip might inspire some studetns co consider it.
09:59
This is a ten minute discussion intended both for my Online Lessons page and the Science Olympiad page. It deals with overtones/timbre as applied to brass winds. However the simple theory underpinning it applies to all instruments. I only allude to Fourier Synthesis. A link will appear on the Science Olympiad page for further study.
05:41
This is my take on the studies used by Vince Chicowiscz. My teachers in graduate school were former students of his. I never studied with Vince personally, so this is second hand information - MY TAKE on this approach to tone development. You really need to continue your research on this matter, and not consider this discussion the end point for your learning on this matter.
03:06
http://mucony.comClassical and jazz music lessons. Private instruction by the world's finest musicians. Faculty from the Juilliard School, the New York Philharmonic, the Metropolitan Opera, etc. All the solo instruments, ensembles and jam sessions. Also free information on music jobs, music schools and more.For more his lesson video. please visit http://mucony.com/faculty_details.php...
02:09
Bitsch Etudes #5Bartok Concerto for OrchestraLegendary trumpet player from the New York Philharmonic Vincent Penzarella here addresses such crucial questions as how to warm up on a brass instrument, how to practice in order to solidify technique , how to expand one's range, and much more. The master offers no simple solutions, but invites the students to be creative, and ultimately shows them how to become their own most trusted teachers. Penzarella's joy in music making is infectious. At the same time he is a repository of countless entertaining stories garnered over many years of experience with the world's finest conductors and ensembles.
02:09
Respighi Pines of RomeBartok Concerto for OrchestraLegendary trumpet player from the New York Philharmonic Vincent Penzarella here addresses such crucial questions as how to warm up on a brass instrument, how to practice in order to solidify technique , how to expand one's range, and much more. The master offers no simple solutions, but invites the students to be creative, and ultimately shows them how to become their own most trusted teachers. Penzarella's joy in music making is infectious. At the same time he is a repository of countless entertaining stories garnered over many years of experience with the world's finest conductors and ensembles.
05:25
This is the next step in my Online Lessons series. This is how I continue my warm-up practice session. The idea is to accomplish several tasks with one exercise. For more info see http://www.nickdrozdoff.com Thanks! Nick Drozdoff.
06:21
This is a long tone exercise I use as a warm up. It is from my Online Lessons page at http://www.nickdrozdoff.com Thanks! Nick Drozdoff.
03:59
This is short demonstration and explanation of how I do lip trills and work on lip flexibility. Visit http://www.nickdrozdoff.com to learn more. Thanks! Nick Drozdoff.
07:32
In this second installment of the Rafael Mendez special entitled "The Trumpet," Mendez begins with discussing the origins of the trumpet and then plays an exceptional rendition of the third movement of the Haydn trumpet concerto. For those of you familiar with this piece it will be a breath of fresh air to hear Mendez's version. This was the first piece written for the keyed trumpet, and Haydn wrote this concerto to really showcase this brand new instrument. Unlike other classical trumpet performances of this piece where the trumpet sounds like a part of the orchestra, Mendez electrifies the show by playing with such vigor and virtuosity. I think Mendez is doing Haydn a great favor by playing this piece not as part of an orchestra, but as a trumpet player. Haydn intended this to showcase the trumpet, and Mr. Mendez does just that.
01:24
The scoop is an easy sound effect that also uses the half-valve technique. Hear an example and get some pointers on how to do this easy technique.
01:50
The rip is a more difficult technique that will take some practice to master. Hear an example and get some pointers.
02:35
A very handy mute, the practice mute allows you to practice without disturbing others by being so loud.
02:05
Learn some simple tips to make greasing your slides easy and mess-free.
02:05
Learn some simple tips to make greasing your slides easy and mess-free.
08:13
Wynton Marsalis & Yo-Yo Ma
03:50
Wynton on the jazzband part 1
04:48
Wynton on the jazzband part 2
04:36
Wynton on the Jazz Band Part 3
03:59
This is short demonstration and explanation of how I do lip trills and work on lip flexibility. Visit http://www.nickdrozdoff.com to learn more. Thanks! Nick Drozdoff.
06:08
This is my explanation of how I use a John Lynch asymmetric trumpet mouthpiece. For more see http://www.nickdrozdoff.com . Thanks! Nick Drozdoff.
06:21
This is a long tone exercise I use as a warm up. It is from my Online Lessons page at http://www.nickdrozdoff.com Thanks! Nick Drozdoff.

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