Check out Q1/04 for the introduction and first recordings. The introduction is important to understand why I'm doing these exercises in the first place. Also, you might want to listen to Q2.
SEPTEMBER 18, 2004
Just a couple short clips to show my progress with the double-tongued Clarke study and the introduction of double-tongued arpeggios.
iwasdoingallright - audio clip - Double-tongued, with a smoothed 'duh-guh' attack.
I'm getting pretty good with my smoothed double-tonguing in the lower range of the trumpet. As I climb higher in range, things start to breakdown. In the clip above, the first example begins on C below the staff; the second example begins on a G in the staff. The difference is pretty clear. Obviously, my goal is to keep the articulation smooth in all registers.
iwasdoingallright - audio clip - Double-tongued minor 7th arpeggios
I started working on double-tongued arpeggios about a month ago. This type of exercise should strengthen my ability to double tongue over intervals while improving my ability to outline chords in all keys. The example above outlines minor 7th arpeggios, however I also practice major 7th, half-diminished, and diminished arpeggios in the same manner.
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