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 Re: Blowing terminology
Author: Arnoldstang 
Date:   2008-09-27 17:49

"During inhalation, the diaphragm contracts, " This is from that article. It doesn't say that the diaphragm contracts and then inhalation takes place. It goes on to say "the external intercostal muscles also participate in this enlargement)". It does participate. My question is to do specifically with what triggers all this. We breathe in on the clarinet very consciously. It doesn't happen by itself. If the trigger is the diaphragm, how do we activate it? If the answer is "breathing in" , this seems to beg the question. ie How do you breathe in? You use the diaphragm. How do you activate the diaphragm? You breathe in.

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Post Edited (2008-09-27 18:05)

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