The correct way to practice Stamp’s exercises (3/3): Mouthpiece technique and the purpose of pedal notes

Stanley Friedman
Composer. Composition Instructor at University of Mississippi (United States)

» Stanley Friedman in the Encyclopedia of Trumpet Players

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Many students who studied with James Stamp warn that, in many cases, the exercises of this great pedagogue are not well understood and therefore are usually practiced incorrectly. Luckily for us, in the Trumpetland School, we have Stanley Friedman, who was a direct student of Stamp. In this series of video lessons, he will explain the philosophy of these exercises and how to play them as Jimmy intended. His third and final video lesson deals with the mouthpiece and the purpose of the pedal tones found within the Stamp method.
Title

The correct way to practice Stamp’s exercises (3/3): Mouthpiece technique and the purpose of pedal notes

Recording place

Video lesson recorded in Germantown United Methodist Church, Tennessee (United States) in May of 2016
Duration

05:58

Language

English

Subtitles

(n/a)

Difficulty

Elementary

Department

Classical

Section

Technique

Syllabus

Stamp

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