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 Re: Clarinet gone horn.
Author: David Peacham 
Date:   2006-04-25 22:21

Sing the piece before you play it. It'll make you think about the intervals, and it'll help you breath properly (though as a clarinet player, breathing shouldn't be a problem for you).

I play the clarinet, not very well, and am attempting to learn the trombone. I played the horn for six years as a kid, but pretty badly. OK, very badly.

If you think the horn is hard, well, in some respects the trombone is even harder.

I'm not familiar with nyssma levels, but level IV after six months sounds challenging! What piece do you plan to play?

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If there are so many people on this board unwilling or unable to have a civil and balanced discussion about important issues, then I shan't bother to post here any more.

To the great relief of many of you, no doubt.


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