1. LAST NIGHT ON MUSIC ROAD - A MUSIC VIDEO BY SABI

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    Deklun and Pace. Computer and Trumpet. After the Apocalypse. 13 Minutes. Recorded Live in Portland, OR. Spontaneous. Improvised. Live. Never the same set. We don't play music. We make it. LAST NIGHT ON MUSIC ROAD: This video is from the live set "Music Road" and features raw music and imagery shot in Portland, Oregon. Features Deklun on the Computer and Pace on the Trumpet. 13 MINUTES SO WAIT FOR IT TO FULLY DOWNLOAD. sonicbids.com/deklunpace deklunandpace.com (coming soon) deklun.com sabipictures.com NOTE: Deklun and Pace destroyed their speakers in making this video. If you would like to make a donation to the duo - please contact them via any of the websites above. SUGGESTION: If possible, don't listen to this through your computer speakers. Try to plug in external speakers or put on headphones. It would be hugely appreciated and you'll be thankful. If you have no alternatives then turn the volume way up and clear the room. Deklun and Pace are two of the most talented people I know, and it was a great pleasure to make this video with them. People often describe the music with, "No words, you just have to hear it." I hope you are as transported with this video as much as I was in capturing it. Kevin K. Shah Sabi

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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. 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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      • Daily Trumpet Routines, Lesson 33, Model 1

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        Claude Gordon, Daily Trumpet Routines (Carl Fischer, 1971), 117-121. Inverted Augmented Arpeggios 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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        • Thirty Velocity Studies, Group 7, Model A

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          Claude Gordon, 30 Velocity Studies for Trumpet (Carl Fischer, 1981), 16-17. thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. 5 times 10 breathing exercise before you begin 2. Breathe where necessary 3. Rest where necessary 4. Practice each model for two days 5. Continue up chromatically as far as possible 6. ACCURACY BEFORE SPEED 7. BUILD UP - DON'T TEAR DOWN 8. BIG BREATH - CHEST UP - SHOULDERS BACK (NOT UP) 9. LIFT FINGERS HIGH - STRIKE THE VALVES HARD 10. 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 follow a range study, such as those in Part 2 of each lesson in Systematic Approach to Daily Practice, by Claude Gordon. thesystematicapproach.com/

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            • Claude Gordon Tongue Level Exercises, Extended Exercises 2A (tongued)

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              Claude Gordon, Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet (Carl Fischer, 1981), 24. thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. 5 times 10 breathing exercise before you begin 2. Practice tongued then slurred (as written) 3. Add descending scale to each phrase 3. BIG BREATH – CHEST UP – SHOULDERS BACK (NOT UP) 4. 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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              • Claude Gordon Tongue Level Exercises, Extended Exercises 2A (slurred)

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                Claude Gordon, Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet (Carl Fischer, 1981), 24. thesystematicapproach.com/ Things to remember when you practice 1. 5 times 10 breathing exercise before you begin 2. Practice tongued then slurred (as written) 3. Add descending scale to each phrase 4. BIG BREATH – CHEST UP – SHOULDERS BACK (NOT UP) 5. 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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                • Advanced Lip Flexibilities, Vol. 1, #10

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                  Dr. Charles Colin, Advanced Lip Flexibilities (Chas. Colin, 1980), 14-19. 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. Rest for a few moments between each phrase 4. 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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                  • Trumpetthingies WC2010 Netherlands

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                    2nd of 5 Spots I created for Nickelodeon based on my characters from the Nickelodeon Trumpethingies xmas e-card

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                    • Advanced Lip Flexibilities, Vol. 1, #11

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                      Dr. Charles Colin, Advanced Lip Flexibilities (Chas. Colin, 1980), 14-19. 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. Rest for a few moments between each phrase 4. 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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