Rex Richardson’s Routine (4/4): Fingers technique for trumpet players

Rex Richardson
International soloist (United States). Professor Virginia Commonwealth University (United States)

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In this series of video lessons, Rex reviews some basic technical aspects that every trumpeter needs to dominate. In this fourth and last video lesson, Rex focuses on finger technique, and teaches several very interesting exercises that will help us achieve correct and uniform fingering.
Title

Rex Richardson’s Routine (4/4): Fingers technique for trumpet players

Recording place

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

06:12

Language

English

Subtitles

Spanish

Difficulty

Intermediate

Department

Jazz

Section

Jazz technique

Syllabus

Finger technique

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