1. Smoking Time Jazz Club - Bill Bailey (won't you come home)

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    I stumbled onto this band while visiting New Orleans and became hooked soon after listening to the first song I heard! They are covering Louis Armstrongs - Bill Bailey It's also the first track on their first released CD called "Smoking Time Jazz Club - Featuring Jack Fine" Support independent music and BUY THEIR CD! http://smokingtimejazzclub.bandcamp.com/

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    • Brian Lynch(Trumpet) Bern 1989

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      • Serengeti Dreams: Clarinet Help

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        Help for Serengeti Dreams Bar 50-68 for Clarinet or Trumpet (played on Clarinet). Trumpet will not have the "trill" mentioned in the video.

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        • Daily Trumpet Routines, Lesson 37-G, Model 3

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          Claude Gordon, Daily Trumpet Routines (Carl Fischer, 1971), 139-143. Inverted Minor 7th Arpeggios - Form 3 http://thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. 5 times 10 breathing exercise before beginning 2. Practice each model for 3 days 3. Breathe when necessary (not on last note) 4. Push out ALL the air on last note – until shaking 5. Add the upper octave where it’s comfortable 6. Rest as long as you play (finger and sing through each line) 7. BIG BREATH – CHEST UP – SHOULDERS BACK (NOT UP) 8. WATCH THE TONGUE 9. LIFT FINGERS HIGH – STRIKE THE VALVES HARD This exercise is part of a customized 5 part lesson plan. My teacher, Bruce Haag is a certified Claude Gordon instructor, and the practice routines he assigns serve to set goals for progress and to help the student understand exactly what is causing the progress.

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          • 5 Times 10 Breathing Exercises, Gordon

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            This kind of breathing exercise is described in many of Claude Gordon’s books, namely Brass Playing Is No Harder Than Deep Breathing. http://thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. With arms relaxed at your side, turn your palms forward 2. Shoulders will move back but not up 3. Inhale through the nose (preferred) or mouth quickly 4. Exhale all the air without changing your posture 5. Create some resistance by pursing your lips on the exhale 6. STAY RELAXED - you don't want to reinforce tension 7. Pay attention to the muscles that are working

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            • Bruce Haag Range Study B-21

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              http://thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. 5 times 10 breathing exercise before you begin 2. Breathe where necessary 3. Continue up chromatically as far as possible 4. BIG BREATH - CHEST UP - SHOULDERS BACK (NOT UP) 5. LIFT FINGERS HIGH - STRIKE THE VALVES HARD 6. Relax lip when finished and rest for at least an hour This exercise is part of a customized 5 part lesson plan. My teacher, Bruce Haag is a certified Claude Gordon instructor, and the practice routines he assigns serve to set goals for progress and to help the student understand exactly what is causing the progress.

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              • 3 Octave Lip Relaxer, Gordon

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                To relax the muscles of the embouchure following a range study, such as those in Part 2 of each lesson in Systematic Approach to Daily Practice, by Claude Gordon. http://thesystematicapproach.com/

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                • Colin’s 100 Original Warm-ups, #27

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                  Dr. Charles Colin, 100 Original Warm-ups (Charles Colin), 7-23 http://thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. 5 times 10 breathing exercise before you begin 2. BIG BREATH – CHEST UP – SHOULDERS BACK (NOT UP) 3. Work toward speeding up the study 4. Models for each study: Single, double tongue; slur two; slur measure 5. Rest where necessary 6. Rest for a few moments between each study 7. Rest whenever necessary on longer studies 8. Play entire study in one breath (if possible) 9. WATCH THE TONGUE This exercise is part of a customized 5 part lesson plan. My teacher, Bruce Haag is a certified Claude Gordon instructor, and the practice routines he assigns serve to set goals for progress and to help the student understand exactly what is causing the progress.

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                  • Colin’s 100 Original Warm-ups, #37

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                    Dr. Charles Colin, 100 Original Warm-ups (Charles Colin), 7-23 http://thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. 5 times 10 breathing exercise before you begin 2. BIG BREATH – CHEST UP – SHOULDERS BACK (NOT UP) 3. Work toward speeding up the study 4. Models for each study: Single, double tongue; slur two; slur measure 5. Rest where necessary 6. Rest for a few moments between each study 7. Rest whenever necessary on longer studies 8. Play entire study in one breath (if possible) 9. WATCH THE TONGUE This exercise is part of a customized 5 part lesson plan. My teacher, Bruce Haag is a certified Claude Gordon instructor, and the practice routines he assigns serve to set goals for progress and to help the student understand exactly what is causing the progress.

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                    • Colin’s 100 Original Warm-ups, #54

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                      Dr. Charles Colin, 100 Original Warm-ups (Charles Colin), 7-23 http://thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. 5 times 10 breathing exercise before you begin 2. BIG BREATH – CHEST UP – SHOULDERS BACK (NOT UP) 3. Work toward speeding up the study 4. Models for each study: Single, double tongue; slur two; slur measure 5. Rest where necessary 6. Rest for a few moments between each study 7. Rest whenever necessary on longer studies 8. Play entire study in one breath (if possible) 9. WATCH THE TONGUE This exercise is part of a customized 5 part lesson plan. My teacher, Bruce Haag is a certified Claude Gordon instructor, and the practice routines he assigns serve to set goals for progress and to help the student understand exactly what is causing the progress.

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