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The first years in New York he supported himself as a free-lancer playing in park bands and at weddings.

He also played with the Goldman Band at their summer concerts. Between and Schlossberg was a member of the New York Philharmonic. Tarr also stated the following: "Max Schlossberg became the master teacher of his time. Virtually all the professional players of the following generation studied with him at one time or another.

The Schlossberg apartment was entered at the front of a long hall. Students were usually greeted by Mrs. Schlossberg, Jenny On either side of the long hall following the entrance to the apartment were several doors opening into their respective rooms.

The teaching studio was at the end of the hall facing directly the main entrance to the apartment. There was a small anteroom in which students arriving early deposited their belongings, and in which they and their parents could wait.

The studio was placed at the external corner of the exterior of the building, as far from the general living quarters of the Schlossberg neighbors as was possible. The studio was a square room 3 m X 3 m.

The walls were covered with photos of trumpet players. Schlossberg taught sitting at the right and behind the student.

By this he would evaluate the student based on what he heard and not what he saw. His teaching was founded on 3 methods, Arban, Saint-Jacome and Sachse. Yes - absolutely wrong! Schlossberg wrote out exercises like a doctor prescribing medicine for each of his students. Most certainly very precise! Someone then collected these notes and put it together as a book. What we also know is that Arban, Clarke etc, the text in the books serve no purpose. It is not what you practice, but how you practice.

Many do not succeed when they try these bends. This is a sign of stiffness.

Max Schlossberg Daily Drill and Technical Studies for Trumpet

You have to solve that problem first. I use a lot of time in the morning on this if I have time. This is my main section. Or how? This is what we do. Once in my life I was forced to work a lot on this.

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I was so sick I could not play for a whole month. Earlier I had never been used to that. I had a very dry practice room where I could hear my tone very clearly. What I did was, I went to a corner where it became very clear. If you are overwhelmed by panic, you will never play again.

I stood there for hours and did bends and used my ears. It is all about not losing the balance. If you have this basic attitude all the time: You shall not force anything!

You just continue with the next exercise.

After so many years I have a feeling that I can get back to. How many of you play a sport like tennis or golf? It is the most useful therapy for a brass musician inasmuch as it builds on the same feeling. The same feeling as when you hit with a perfect stroke. If you have never experienced it, you must search for it with your teacher. This is what I try to introduce now. Do these bends until it feels good. It should be lovely to play the trumpet right from the start of the day.

Max Schlossberg - Daily Drills and Technical Studies for Trumpet

To place the trumpet on the lips should be a good feeling. Stamp always did this. HH places the trumpet with the mouthpiece against his cheek. This is the feeling! Do this with your trumpets!

Like this! In the instrument is air taps on the mouthpiece. I will meet this with my air coming from here points at his lungs. The feeling for the trumpet is not developed. They can also be found in the Schlossberg. He worked a lot with this. It is not anything new. Just like the pedal tones are nothing new.

Here we have less help. Everything becomes clear. Why is this? Later it is too late. There were days, especially in the beginning, when I had to do a hundred of these.

HH plays Stamp 1 on the mouthpiece What do we have? Do it! I will play it first on piano.

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What happens when I ask someone to play this without the piano is that the last tone when you return is not a C but a C or something else. But it is not only about playing the exercise but also using your ears!

It all start here plays Stamp 1 on the piano. Can you play it without me playing it on the piano? Thibaud often said that the feeling here should be as when turning on the water tap.

Can you hear that? Kind of d-minor, we are in. HH plays a G above the line - the audience repeat I heard several losing the balance.

To land on the tone like a lunar landing - Apollo. It takes years of practice to develop the right reflex on this.

Nevertheless it can go to hell sometimes. But you increase your chances. You know where every tone is in your body. Now this little chapter is closed. Stamp: "Symphony No. Accordingly Schlossberg. To counteract gravitation. HH bends G-F -G on the trumpet and lift his right hand up when bending down Consequently plays G-A-G and lower his hand when going up to A plays the whole Stamp 3 sequence, let his right hand go down on D, then up, then down for G to A and hand highest on last low C The whole idea: To let us think when going up a tone, then back plays C-D-C on the piano - is it the same tone?

Audience play Same tone when we get back. At this moment you are actually warmed up. Stamp on the trumpet When this is done on the mouthpiece one plays HH plays Stamp 3 on the trumpet What then later happens in the Stamp exercises, is that one expands the established feeling in different directions.Or for this hack at least. I was floored and went back to my apartment with a new sense of what the trumpet could sound like and a new determination to improve my own playing abilities.

But you increase your chances. HH places the trumpet with the mouthpiece against his cheek. Thanks Ben, I'll check that out. Then the feeling of air out is much the same as air in.

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