1. Advanced Lip Flexibilities, Vol. 1, #20, p. 23

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    Dr. Charles Colin, Advanced Lip Flexibilities (Chas. Colin, 1980), 21-24. 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 tongue trill 4. Rest for a few moments between each phrase 5. Play entire phrase in one breath 6. 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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    • 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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      • Video Prom V Huacho Lima-Peru

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        Talleres, Master Class, Recitales

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        • Advanced Lip Flexibilities, Vol. 2, p. 30

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          Dr. Charles Colin, Advanced Lip Flexibilities (Chas. Colin, 1980), 26-41. Expanding range to B flat 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 increasing the speed 4. Rest for a few moments between each phrase 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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          • Tongue Level Exercises, Extended Exercises 6A (slur)

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            Claude Gordon, Tongue Level Exercises for Trumpet (Carl Fischer, 1981), 25. http://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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            • Jazz Nicholson Summertime

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              July 2014 live performance of Summertime, by Jazz Nicholson

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              • Irons’ 27 Groups, Group 23

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                Earl D Irons, Twenty Seven Groups of Exercises for Cornet and Trumpet (Southern Music Company, 1952), 7-19. 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 exercises 4. Add glissandos to 2 or 3 of the exercises 5. Rest for a few moments between each phrase 6. Play entire phrase in one breath 7. 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, #23

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                  Dr. Charles Colin, 100 Original Warm-ups (Charles Colin), 6-20 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, K, Triple tongue; as written; slur each measure 5. Rest for a few moments between each study 6. Play entire study in one breath (if possible) 7. 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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                  • JAZZ IN MY PANTS - 20th Century Fox Fanfare/I Can't Turn You Loose

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                    The 20th Century FOX fanfare - John Williams I Can't Turn You Loose - Otis Redding JAZZ IN MY PANTS STREET BAND

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                    • Advanced Lip Flexibilities, Vol. 2, p. 30

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                      Dr. Charles Colin, Advanced Lip Flexibilities (Chas. Colin, 1980), 26-41. Expanding intervals to B flat 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. Kick the top notes with the air (accents) 4. Rest for a few moments between each phrase 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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