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5 edition of proper selection of cup mouthpieces. found in the catalog.

proper selection of cup mouthpieces.

Jody C. Hall

proper selection of cup mouthpieces.

by Jody C. Hall

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Published by Conn Corp. in Elkhart, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wind instruments -- Construction,
  • Brass instrument mouthpieces

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesConn educational series publication
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML930 .H34
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5903030M
    LC Control Number64000231
    OCLC/WorldCa4561731

    Clarinet Acoustics by O. Lee Gibson – another fantastic book for learning about clarinet acoustics. I took his testing example and used on a wider variety of clarinets and mouthpieces. Clarinet by Jack Brymer – my first book about the clarinet that I purchased back in ensemble (1) A group of performers; (2) a musical number in an opera, oratorio, or cantata sung by two or more performers; (3) the extent to which a group of performers coordinate their performance. entry In an imitative texture, the beginning of each statement of the theme. envelope The graphic representation of a sound's attack, duration, and.

    Cup Diameter: /32" Cup Depth: Medium to Medium-Deep; Rim Shape: Fairly wide and rounded. MUTING THE TUBA: While not all tubists will need a mute, those who do need to know that there have been great improvements in mute design and types available. It must be remembered that muting as such is not done to soften the sound or dampen the sound. Saxophone mouthpieces are typically made of hard rubber or metal — or of cheap styrene plastic if you insist on using the one that came with your instrument. You can choose a mouthpiece which suits the sort of music you want to play on your saxophone — or at least, you can try.

    Free replacement of mouthpieces and broken strings (violin, viola, cello, bass) Please make your selection by clicking on the desired instrument condition below: please contact your teacher, or call us at the store for help with the proper size. Measurement. Size. Less than 14 1/4" 1/ 14 1/2" to 15 1/2" 1/ 15 3/4" to 16 1/2". Critical Choices on By Adrian D. Griffin T rumpet players rarely have just one mouthpiece. Some players have managed to collect hun-dreds in search of the holy grail of mouthpieces: one that offers physical Cup Diameter-Rim 'Cup Throat \ I -I—Shank comfort, eas e of playing and th desired sound. Mouthpiece parts are the rim, cup, throat.


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The proper selection of cup mouthpieces (Conn educational series publication) [Jody C Hall] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Generally, for all around mouthpieces this is a “C-cup” but we are all different, hence we should try everything out. Some people like the sound of the “B-cups more” while others wants a cup that is a bite more shallow than the “C-cups”.

Cup There are two important measurements to the cup: the diameter and the volume. The cup diameter, or inner rim diameter, determines the amount of lip that will vibrate inside the mouthpiece. A smaller cup diameter may improve upon the upper register and endurance, but both tone and volume will be.

If you can locate it, The Proper Selection of Cup Mouthpueces by Jody C. Hall, commonly referred to as "Conn's Blue Booklet," is an excellent read on mouthpiece design. I did a search for it and could no longer find it as a free download, but it can be downloaded from Amazon.

Mouthpiece Selection is Critical for Success Most musicians are playing on the wrong mouthpiece or choosing incorrectly when it comes to playing a specific job. Ultimately, it is a personal choice. My current setup consists of many different mouthpieces.

These allow me to effectively play many styles of music. The mouthpieces of the trumpet and horn are completely different from one another, which can be clearly seen in a cross-sectional view.

The cup of the trumpet mouthpiece is obviously much shallower than that of the horn, and a clear difference can be seen in the sheet thickness and the thickness of the rim. The Proper Selection of Cup Mouthpieces.

The article is an analytical review on the book series “Mediaevalia. The Middle Ages as historical and cultural phenomenon”, which publishes. WM: Generally, a bigger cup size does allow for a bigger sound, more room for tonguing, etc.

I do recommend starting out on a bigger mouthpiece, perhaps a 3C, to develop your sound. Most learning is done with more traditional music, and developing a "purity of sound" is crucial not only to traditional music, like classical, but to every player.

In the Introduction J. Arban covers the range of the cornet (trumpet). He also details alternate fingerings and describes the use of the tuning slide. Arban states his opinion that the mouthpiece should be two-thirds on the lower lip and one-third on the upper. (Herbert Lincoln Clarke recommends the mouthpiece to rest half upper lip and half.

If you're not sure what mouthpiece to go with, just stick with the most trusted mouthpiece brands and you'll be fine. As you can see, our selection of trumpet mouthpieces is extensive, so you'll have no problem finding one that's perfect for you. Explore the full selection of flugelhorn mouthpieces at Musician's Friend.

French Horn mouthpieces. Generally requiring a deep cup to bring out the instrument’s tonal warmth, the shape of a French horn mouthpiece can vary significantly.

And this variation is. Saxophone Mouthpiece Selection by Bob Scarff can save you a ton of money and a load of aggravation. Don't spend $ to $ on a mouthpiece before reading Saxophone Mouthpiece Selection Learn the properties to look for to get the sound you want.

Learn how mouthpieces work and how certain design characteristics affect sound and. Both the VIRTUOSO and the POET are manufactured using a two piece construction (mouthpieces consist of an appropriately large cup with a seperate rim and lip restrictor that is shrunk fit to the shank much like a two liter coke bottle cap The rim is first.

Buy Monette Standard Bb (Black Box) Trumpet Mouthpiece STC B4LD S1: Trumpet - FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. Table of Contents Introduction A Historical Perspective History of the Trombone p.

3 Equipment Mouthpieces p. 5 This method book and DVD are designed for use in school music programs, group lessons, and private lessons as a guide to good mature. Admittedly, mouthpiece selection is a highly personal decision, but it is.

The cup. All players, no matter what their level of experience, should use as large a cup diameter as they can endure, and also a fairly deep cup. This kind of mouthpiece produces a natural, compact and uniform high, middle and low register.

It also amplifies the volume of tone, resulting in a fuller and darker timbre. Excellent experience with 1) Advice on selection 2) Delivery time)3) Results My issue was tone and upper range limitation.

Both are improved with this mouthpiece. Previously I was using Bach AL or Marcincowitz 11 C. The tone is better as is the quality of upper range to B. Once you have found the proper cup diameter, this should not change no matter what depth or style of cup or rim shape you choose.

This is your shoe size. Like a shoe size, if your feet are s your golf shoes, running shoes, dress shoes, etc will ALL be size Although mouthpieces were also standardized at the beginning of the 20th century, they vary widely in width and form of rim, shape and depth of cup, and width of throat, so that the selection of a proper mouthpiece is still an individual matter.

These mouthpieces are most practical for a player who switches cup or rim sizes when moving to a different horn (from b-flat trumpet to piccolo trumpet, for example). Two or three part component mouthpieces have been increasingly more common in recent years, although they are more expensive than regular models.The cup diameter compares to a /2C, but it has the deep V cup shape, almost as deep as a flugelhorn mouthpiece.

It is designed to make your trumpet sound very round and mellow. Some players use these in their trumpets to get a flugel type sound without having to actually use a flugelhorn. Bruce was a member of the faculty at the University of Northern Iowa, School of Music in Cedar Falls from until his retirement in He has performed with many well-known entertainers such as Bob Hope, Jim Nabors, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme, Anita Bryant, Carman Cavalara, Victor Borgie, the Four Freshman, Blackstone the Magician, Bobby Vinton .