When a player is in top form, it is difficult for him to imagine that his embouchure could ever be in peril. Most of us believe that chop problems happen to other players of lesser talent and experience; after all, great players have perfect technique, right? It begins innocently enough. Your lips have felt great throughout. Your playing has been free and easy—until one day, you pick up the horn, and nothing feels right. Your lips feel thick and dead, and your chops seem completely out of shape. You have no endurance. You struggle to play in the high range, and you have lost your pinpoint control. So you practice harder, but with each passing day, playing becomes more and more of a challenge, and the troublesome problems that now inhabit your playing respond to no amount of effort to overcome them. A couple of weeks of this decline go by, and things just keep getting worse and worse.
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Embouchure is the term used to describe using the lips and mouth to play brass and wind instruments. Originating from the French language, embouchure enables full musical tone without straining mouth muscles. Executed correctly, embouchure is activated by free-flowing release of breath. When learning how to play a brass instrument, it is necessary to adapt depending on individual jaw and lip shape and size, as well as structure of the teeth. Once you learn how to adjust your technique for your unique anatomy, your embouchure should function correctly. Breathing happens automatically.
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Katherine recently decided to undertake an embouchure change, and has chosen to share what that transition has taught her. Thanks to Katherine for writing! Katherine Idleman is 18 years old and will be majoring in music education at Bucknell University this fall. She has played trumpet for 8 years and is learning trombone, clarinet, and saxophone as well.
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