Learn how to play octaves on atrombone in this free video music lesson. Expert: JD Keating Bio: JD Keating is a musician, artist and educator from Western Massachusetts. For two decades he has lent his varied talents to innumerable projects in the music industry. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Dose anyone out here have a Idea of where I can go to learn to play the euphonium. I play trombone but don’t ko were togo to learn the euph.Please help.
Learn how to play a pan flute. MUSIC 106! Don’t just pick up your instrument and play every song the same old way! Give each song its own special touch. Give your music life and feeling. PLAY FROM YOUR HEART… play with PIZZAZZ!. (Wish I could underline that!) Let your song express emotion, joy, excitement, sorrow, sentiment, ardor, pain, tenderness, warmth, passion, sensuality, happiness… according to its kind and the way you wish it to be received … AND LET YOUR “BODY LANGUAGE” MIRROR YOUR PASSION… Remember: every song has its own essence, message, persona. You must get in synch with it and express it with FEELING! Please see www.youtube.com Here I play – With These Hands – and demonstrate many techniques you can use to make your playing sparkle, such as vibrato, bending, slurred notes, glissando, semi-tones … I also express some personal sentiments which I hope will resonate cheerfully with you 🙂 ! ! ! forward this video to your friends! it may inspire them! (at the very least they’ll have a good laugh!) By the way I got my first pan flute somewhere around March /09 and the first video I posted on YouTube was in May /09 so I had only been playing it for about 3 months. I mention this to say the PF is not at all a difficult instrument to learn to play. See www.youtube.com Since then Ive posted several other videos look for them and observe the various techniques I use to give expression to the songs. Of course I am by no means a virtuoso! But I have been …
Once played a little bit of sax and I’m now thinking of learning to play the trombone. What would yo say, how much time does it take until one is able to play in an amateur pop band?
I already play trumpet, flugelhorn, french horn, trombone, baritone, euphonium, tuba, bugle, and a bit of piano. I can’t think what to learn to play next. (does not have to be brass, cause there are no brass ones left.) It can be woodwinds, strings, anything rely. Thanks!
Create sound variations on thetrombone; learn how with tips from our expert trombone player in this free trombone video music lesson on brass instruments. Expert: Dennis Garrels Bio: Dennis Garrels has been a professional musician for thirty years, playing in the Los Angeles area where he also teaches. He is also a minister of the church. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan
Okay, I have been playing Trombone for five years and I want to learn to play Trumpet too. I DO NOT want to switch to Trumpet, I just want to learn for fun and because I have to teach the younger kids below me. I play Trombone for marching band, symphonic band, and jazz band. I do not want to change that, I just want to learn Trumpet to help others and thats it and MAYBE play it for Jazz band 2. (We have two Jazz Bands at my school). Now my question is, if i learn to play Trumpet, will it hurt my Trombone embouchure?
Learn how to play B flat scales on thetrombone in this free video music lesson. Expert: JD Keating Bio: JD Keating is a musician, artist and educator from Western Massachusetts. For two decades he has lent his varied talents to innumerable projects in the music industry. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Petaluma Pete shows kids a trombone in action and what to do next.
When learning how to play the trumpet, find out about the different parts such as the mouthpiece, then learn basic notes from a beginning book or an instructor. Get started playing the trumpet in this free music-education video on music lessons and instrument care from a music store manager. Expert: Chris Behrens Contact: www.summerhaysmusic.com Bio: Chris Behrens is the sales manager of Summerhays Music in Murray, Utah. He has a degree in band instrument repair from Red Wing Tech College. Filmmaker: Michael Burton