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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2006 7:03 pm 
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What's your range? Not just the occasional notes, but what is your consistent range. Are there any specific exercises you guys do to work on your range?

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My consisten range is low F# thru Double G

and if its help on playing that your looking for then check out this link

http://www.trumpetgeek.com/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=2072

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low f# through a high E.


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low f# to double G ( the 2nd one above the staff)

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What is this thing trumpet players have about range?

Rather than you guys talk about it, I'd rather hear the Taystee Brothers show what they can do:

http://lt1957.pochta.ru/I_Hate_Trumpets.mp3

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The Phantom Tuba Player wrote:
What is this thing trumpet players have about range?

Rather than you guys talk about it, I'd rather hear the Taystee Brothers show what they can do:

http://lt1957.pochta.ru/I_Hate_Trumpets.mp3

:shock:

And be nice... I said nothing pejorative in this post.

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if you wanna talk about skill, you should check this guy out, it's insane

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 9221185353

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Roy Roman is still playing triple C's in the stratosphere and his credits are legendary. What's cool about Roy is that he used to say that range ain't squat if it isn't musical: you can't really say you own it until you can play it dynamically...... 8-)
I had the pleasure of watching him duet with Maynard Ferguson when I was in college --- mindblowing. Every trumpet player in the audience was mesmerized by these guys [BTW, Maynard still sounds great, too].

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the phantom tuba player wrote:
What is this thing trumpet players have about range?

Rather than you guys talk about it, I'd rather hear the Taystee Brothers show what they can do:

http://lt1957.pochta.ru/I_Hate_Trumpets.mp3

:shock:

And be nice... I said nothing pejorative in this post.

There are no personal attacks.


:rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

I've linked that to everyone else in my band.

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tubalovin' wrote:
The Phantom Tuba Player wrote:
What is this thing trumpet players have about range?

Rather than you guys talk about it, I'd rather hear the Taystee Brothers show what they can do:

http://lt1957.pochta.ru/I_Hate_Trumpets.mp3

:shock:

And be nice... I said nothing pejorative in this post.

There are no personal attacks.


if you wanna talk about skill, you should check this guy out, it's insane

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 9221185353


yopu do know that he isnt playing right? thats just a recording of Herb Alpert's Zorba the Greek playing while he mimes it

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