Rex Richardson’s Routine (2/4): Articulation

Rex Richardson
Jazz musician (United States). Professor Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond (United States)

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In this series of videolessons, Rex reviews some basic technical aspects that every trumpeter needs to dominate. In this second video, he shows exercises on how to event out the articulations using the ‘Ka’ syllable along with normal tongue articulation. For him, this is the secret to clearer and more consistent articulation.
Title

Rex Richardson’s Routine (2/4): Articulation

Recording place

Videolesson recorded in George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia (United States) in May of 2016
Duration

10:02

Language

English

Subtitles

Spanish

Difficulty

Intermediate

Department

Jazz

Section

Jazz technique

Syllabus

Double tonguing, Triple tonguing, Articulation, Tonguing

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