Warming up to jazz articulation

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Gerard Presencer Lesson time: (11min 48sec)

Going to look at moving into music a little bit more specifically. In Gerard's book, he explores his Dad Di Yah articulation system that is very useful when he plays jazz, but also for many other styles of music. It allows you to produce a groovy legato sound. In this exercice, Gerard explains how he warms up the single tongue articulation system that goes into Dah Di Yah.

About the instructor

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Over the past 25 years Gerard Presencer has carved out a formidable reputation as one of the most respected trumpeters on the European scene. He exploded onto the international scene, aged 18, when US3 asked him to play the solo part on Blue Note’s Cantaloupe Island (re-imagined as Cantaloop Flip-Fantasia), that became one of the biggest selling jazz records of the 1990s. Since then, he has performed with a who’s who of international jazz...  read more

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Internal Approach to Playing the Trumpet

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