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@janesalmon · Trombone · London
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This features movement in octaves. There is an option to use a trigger for the penultimate note of each phrase, but please choose the note that suits you best! Keep this musical, treat it like your favourite… More…
April 1, 2021

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Let's stretch our flexibility even more! Keep your air moving - keeping a good pulse is key to getting these to sound great. More…
April 1, 2021

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Let's get moving. Make sure that you are keeping in time and subdividing where you need to. No bumps! More…
April 1, 2021

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Another simple way to stretch into your different harmonics on the instrument. Keep every note long, especially when the minimums arrive! More…
April 1, 2021

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Ease in to your practice with these 'sighs'. Move the air a little more when you stretch upwards. Keep relaxed and use a full sound. Breathe in time! … More…
April 1, 2021

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Ease in to your practice with these 'sighs'. Keep relaxed and use a full sound. Breathe in time! Try Warm Up #11 for a slight variation on this. More…

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Here's a little exercise to practise your arpeggios/triads, while also working on your subdivision. Keep your crotchet pulse the same throughout and be sure to fill the phrases with sound and air. Don't… More…
Jan. 8, 2021

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A more advanced look at the harmonic series. This is an excellent range-builder. Again, pay careful attention to your tuning, and make sure to keep your air moving. Keep a good pulse, don't slow down when… More…
Jan. 8, 2021

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A look at blowing across the harmonic series. Each two bars is in the same position, but you will need to make small adjustments on your slide to keep in tune. … More…
Jan. 8, 2021

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The glissando! Don't stop your air, it should be moving for this whole exercise. Focus on keeping the sound full and your slide rhythmic. Again, trying this at different speeds will present you with different… More…

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Here are the two keys you need to master for ABRSM's Grade One trombone syllabus. Do repeat this exercise and vary your articulation. … More…
Jan. 7, 2021

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This flexibility helps you swoop across your instrument with great control. Really listen to your sound - is every note beautiful and even? You can try this pattern in reverse too. More…
Jan. 7, 2021

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This simple exercise looks a little daunting on the page, but should sound and feel comfortable. This works on your coordination and keeping these phrases full of air should help you to produce a great… More…
Jan. 7, 2021

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Here's a great sequence to help you to develop your pulse. For this to sound brilliant, you need to maintain a confident crotchet pulse throughout, while subdividing within that. This is a great flexibility… More…

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Here's a minor crabwise arpeggio, starting on F. This is a great way to move around your minor arpeggios, key-by-key. For more of a challenge, add your own dynamics, articulations or even a new rhythmic… More…
Jan. 7, 2021

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Here's a minor crabwise scale, starting on F. This is a great way to grow your confidence with minor keys. For more of a challenge, try starting on another note or adjusting the tempo, dynamics or articulation.… More…
Jan. 7, 2021

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Let's get moving! This exercise is a great test to see if you're warmed up. Aim for consistency and good control of your instrument. Do try this at different BPMs and see how this changes the challenge… More…

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Here's a major crabwise arpeggio, starting on F. This is an excellent exercise to get you moving around your major arpeggios. Once you're comfortable with this, why not try coming down again? You might… More…
Jan. 7, 2021

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Here's a major crabwise scale, starting on F. This is an excellent pattern to get you working in all major keys. Once you've mastered this, why not try coming down again? You might like to add your own… More…
Jan. 7, 2021

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Get ready to warm up all 7 positions and both your smooth and detached playing. Use your best sound and always aim for contrast. Do return to this exercise lots and see what can you add each time. More…

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Here's a one octave chromatic scale, starting on C as required in ABRSM Grade 3 trombone. Do remember you can vary the BPM to suit you while you practise this. … More…