Jazz Trumpet Technique: Volume 5 - Warming Up
is the fifth part of a series of books combining trumpet technique with jazz studies. This series emphasizes developing traditional trumpet techniques (i.e. warming up) while increasing harmonic knowledge related to Jazz improvisation.
Volume 5 begins and ends with pitch bends which help to center the player's sound. The exercises include other technical and harmonic aspects as well.
"How many hours do you spend working on the same mindless chromatic exercises, flexibility exercises, tonguing exercises, and warm ups? By adding harmonic awareness to the exercises, you can exercise your ears, mind, and chops simultaneously. Imagine how productive you will become. Every trumpet player knows the importance of warming up. The exercises in this book should supplement (not replace) your warm up routine. I suggest that you start by spending 25% ofthe time you would normally spend on warming up on material in this book. Then increase the percentage (up to 75%) as your chops adjust to this new routine." - Tony D'Aveni
See also: 1-Flexibilities (12922000) · 2-Tonguing (12922300) · 3-Chromatics (13683800) · 4-Articulation (14711000).