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Tuba Master Class 1984-07-30
Date
1984-07-30
Main contributor
Jacobs, Arnold
Genre
Music Master Class
Collection
Arnold Jacobs Master Class Audio Archives
Unit
Music Library
Language
English
Terms of Use
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Contents

Track 1 - Pitch Recall in the Brain: Stimuli and Reflex Response: Suzuki: Tone Production: Conditioned Response: Learning Through Imitation: Establishing Quality with Beginning Students. Track 2 - Embouchure: Paralysis by Analysis: Control the Sound, not the Muscles: Play by Sound, not Feel: Resonance: Stage Fright: Audition Preparation. Track 3 - Concept of Sound: Thinking Outwardly, Not Inwardly: Diaphragm: Breathing: Breathing Bag: Quantitative Breathing Exercises. Track 4 - Buzzing: Song and Wind: Conception of the Desired Product: Appearance of Embouchure: Playing in front of a Mirror. Track 5 - Simple Thoughts: Breathing: Muscle Innervation: Effort Used to Blow Depending on Fullness of Lungs: Regulation of Pressure: Blow for Wind, not Pressure: Dominance of the Art Form