He wrote this book to teach others how to master all aspects of trumpet technique. 89
through years of teaching, Mr. droste came to the realization that students are trying to bypass Basic skills to play songs. he wrote this book to teach others how to master all aspects of trumpet technique.
all of the information sequenced appropriately to optimize your practicing!
the following is a Practice schedule Basic skills:
Practice schedule: Part 1. getting your air Moving Part 2. lip Buzzing Part 3. Mouthpiece work Part 4. long tones Part 5. tonguing Part 6. Flexibility Part 7. scales Part 8. range study Part 9. Flow studies Part 10. etudes, studies, Major Pieces and trumpet repertoire
the other 1/3 of your time should be used wisely on etudes, studies, major pieces and trumpet repertoire. the warm up can also be adjusted to meet your various needs. you might have a weak area, and you may wish to increase time in that section. For example, your tone may be somewhat lacking in richness and warmth. as all sound is created through vibrations, your first method of attack would be to increase the minutes from the lip buzzing chapter until the desired results were achieved.