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Module: Trumpet Master Alternative Lip Slurs
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This is a collection of 15 lip slur exercises for trumpet or cornet players. The following is the text included in the PDF file:
Trumpet Master – Alternative Lip Slurs
All of the lip slurs in this package are specifically designed for the Trumpet Master level of the ELM system. That means the range covers low F sharp to the E above high C.
Before you practice the Trumpet Master Lip Slurs, you should already be proficient at the Trumpet Pro Lip Slurs. This involves doing a Trumpet Pro daily routine for at least a few months before moving on to Master level exercises.
The Trumpet Master level of exercises in the ELM system is for advanced students who have typically been playing trumpet for at least a four or five years. The Trumpet Master is someone who has gone above and beyond what is required for most types of ensemble playing.
Our ELM System of exercises divides assignments between seven different levels as follows:
Trumpet Pioneer (Newly exploring the trumpet)
Trumpet Tyro (Still a beginner, but no longer a newbie)
Trumpet Player (Has technical Masterficiency for most trumpet music)
Trumpet Apprentice (Almost good enough to play gigs)
Trumpet Master (Has the skills to play basic trumpet gigs)
Trumpet Master (Has taken most of the technique beyond what’s needed for most gigs)
Trumpet Virtuoso (Can play just about any music ever written for trumpet)
There are three sets of lip slurs in this package. The first is a set of full length exercises for the Trumpet Player Level. The second is a medium length set and the third is our shortest set. Use the appropriate exercises for your personal time needs.
For us trumpeters who do a regular daily routine, sometimes it’s nice to change things up a little bit. The exercises in this package offer you an opportunity to do that with your lip slurs.
The lip slurs in this package were specifically designed to be used in conjunction with Eddie Lewis’ Daily Routines or Chops Express books. However, there is absolutely nothing wrong with practicing them outside of that context. People have been using the Daily Routines exercises out of context since the book was first written.
That said, if you are unfamiliar with the Daily Routines book and how it works, we strongly encourage you to give it a try. The benefit of practicing these exercises is maximized when done as part of the Physical Trumpet Pyramid (the structural design Daily Routines and Chops Express are based on).
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