Trumpet Tips from Nick Drozdoff

Course Description

I decided to put up a series of video clips of practice sessions, including mistakes and missed notes. I thought it would be informative to the students to see and hear a professional actually practicing what he is preaching. Now, I don’t mean to imply other teachers don’t practice what they teach. However, during private lessons, the student only gets a smattering of what it its the teacher actually does when he/she practices. They don’t get to sit through the practice sessions themselves. While I do truncate for time, these video clips are indeed the real thing, played with abandon. I do some lecturing as well, in an effort to discuss what it is that I do. I hope these clips can help any player find a way to improve their own way of working.

For more on these lessons, please visit: http://nickdrozdoff.com/onlinelessons/

Trumpet Tips from Nick Drozdoff
Nick Drozdoff in his third lesson: Lesson 3: Singing Exercise from Low Ab to F over double C
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Comments

Displaying 4 comments:

John F. Phillips wrote 8 years ago.
I think these lessons are all great! Nice to hear an F over
double-C. thanks, John.


John F. Phillips wrote 8 years ago.
The course helped me to understand the Asymmetric trumpet
mtp. much better. thanlks, John.


JonathanM wrote 9 years ago.
Tremendous lessons; one and all. Invalualble!! Thanks SO
much, Nick!


Don Hofmeister wrote 10 years ago.
There is no question that Nick Drozdoff is a comsummate
teacher and player who posses great humility. The online
free lesons plus the book are of inestimable value to all
who are students of the trumpet.It can be a slow process to
sort out the dynamics of how to play. His work aids this
greatly. There is much wisdom in his
teaching.


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