Why and How To Lip Buzz! | “L for Lip Buzzing” | Trumpet A-Z, Episode 12

In this latest episode of #TrumpetAtoZ, “L for Lip Buzzing”, Bryan Davis explains why he likes to free buzz or lip buzz, and how to do it correctly. He also explains his slightly unorthodox approach to the register you should lip buzz in! If you’re interested in a fresh take on this most controversial and polarizing of brass playing topics, then you’re in the right place. Bryan hopes you will watch this with an open mind and comment your feedback, whether you’re for or against lip buzzing!

Catch up on the Trumpet A-Z series, so far, at: Trumpet A-Z Playlist. New episodes are added every Friday.

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Trumpet A-Z with Bryan Davis is presented by Airflow Music. For information on all our products, please visit https://AirflowMusic.com. Please Subscribe to our Youtube channel, to be notified of upcoming episodes.

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Trumpet Lessons with Bryan Davis are available in-person, if you’re in the New York City area, or via Skype if you live elsewhere. For more information, please visit: http://bryandav.is/teaching

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It’s About Time – Developing A Good Sense Of Tempo! | Trumpet Q&A #4

In answer to a question from a viewer at Aurora Entertainment in Costa Rica, Bryan Davis discusses how he approaches developing a good sense of tempo, and uses a metronome in his practicing. With tips on subdivision of the beat and it’s role in the Carmine Caruso instrumental method, there’s one thing we can say about this episode of #TrumpetQandA – it’s about time!!

If you missed “C for Coordination” in the #TrumpetAtoZ series, watch now at: “C for Coordination

Catch up on the entire Trumpet A-Z series, so far, at: Trumpet A-Z Playlist. New episodes are added every Friday.

If you have questions or comments about this video, we want to hear them! Please comment below – your question could be the topic of a future video!

Trumpet Q&A with Bryan Davis is presented by Airflow Music. For information on all our products, please visit https://AirflowMusic.com. Please Subscribe to our Youtube channel, to be notified of upcoming episodes.

If you’ve found this or any of our videos helpful, please share with your friends, and consider supporting us by making a purchase from the Airflow Music store.

Buy “Combination Drills: Developed Scales in Odd Meters” by Bryan Davis. PDF eBooks and Printed Books are available for each edition:

Trumpet Lessons with Bryan Davis are available in-person, if you’re in the New York City area, or via Skype if you live elsewhere. For more information, please visit: http://bryandav.is/teaching

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Looking forward to playing with Arturo O’Farrill & the Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra, as we pay our Sunday evening visit to Birdland in NYC. 2 shows – 9pm & 11pm – and I’m subbing the lead trumpet book tonight! Come hang with us!

More Endurance & Effortlessness! | “K for Kinesthesia” | Trumpet A-Z, Episode 11

Playing effortlessly and having apparently limitless endurance on the trumpet may seem like an impossible dream for many of us. Fortunately, Bryan Davis is here with tips to make that dream a reality! For successful trumpet playing, it’s not just what you practice but HOW you practice! In “K for Kinesthesia”, the latest episode in the Trumpet A-Z series from Airflow Music, Bryan explains some things about developing muscle memory that you may not have realized, and shares 4 practice tips to improve your stamina and ease of playing.

Catch up on the Trumpet A-Z series, so far, at: Trumpet A-Z Playlist. New episodes are added every Friday.

If you have questions or comments about this video, we want to hear them! We’re particularly interested to know what topics are in your Trumpet A-Z? Please comment a full or partial list below – your suggestion could be the topic of a future video!

Trumpet A-Z with Bryan Davis is presented by Airflow Music. For information on all our products, please visit https://AirflowMusic.com. Please Subscribe to our Youtube channel, to be notified of upcoming episodes.

Buy “Combination Drills: Developed Scales in Odd Meters” by Bryan Davis. PDF eBooks and Printed Books are available for each edition:

Trumpet Lessons with Bryan Davis are available in-person, if you’re in the New York City area, or via Skype if you live elsewhere. For more information, please visit: http://bryandav.is/teaching

Follow Airflow Music on Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram.

How to Practice Static Tonguing! | Trumpet Q&A #3

In response to a question from Brian White, Bryan Davis explains and demonstrates how and why he practices “static tonguing” exercises, i.e. tonguing repeated notes on the same pitch. If you missed the last Trumpet Q&A video, “Aperture Control and Conditioned Response”, which inspired this question, please watch it at: https://youtu.be/kJuUoj24SPY

 

Catch up on the entire Trumpet A-Z series, so far, at: Trumpet A-Z Playlist. New episodes are added every Friday.

If you have questions or comments about this video, we want to hear them! Please comment below – your question could be the topic of a future video!

Trumpet A-Z with Bryan Davis is presented by Airflow Music. For information on all our products, please visit https://AirflowMusic.com. Please Subscribe to our Youtube channel, to be notified of upcoming episodes.

If you’ve found this or any of our videos helpful, please share with your friends, and consider supporting us by making a purchase from the Airflow Music store.

Buy “Combination Drills: Developed Scales in Odd Meters” by Bryan Davis. PDF eBooks and Printed Books are available for each edition:

Trumpet Lessons with Bryan Davis are available in-person, if you’re in the New York City area, or via Skype if you live elsewhere. For more information, please visit: http://bryandav.is/teaching

Follow Airflow Music on Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram.