Different types of articulation for orchestral playing

Raymond Riccomini
2nd Trumpet at Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Professor of Trumpet at Mannes School of Music in New York City (United States)

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This theme is very interesting. The articulation can — and should — adapt its function in the moment necessary. How do you do it? Well, that’s what Ray will show us in this video lesson: how to obtain an efficient and adequate articulation for the orchestra.
Title

Different types of articulation for orchestral playing

Recording place

Video lesson recorded in Mannes School of Music, New York City (United States) in May of 2016
Duration

09:58

Language

English

Subtitles

(n/a)

Difficulty

Intermediate

Department

Classical

Section

Technique

Syllabus

Articulation, Embouchure

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