The brass instruments performance and instructional techniques by James Hamilton Winter

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Published by Allyn and Bacon in Boston .

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Statement[by] James H. Winter.
LC ClassificationsMT339 .W56
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Pagination124 p.
Number of Pages124
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Open LibraryOL5914962M
LC Control Number64017458

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In the 19th century, valves were added, allowing for a greater range of notes to be played. All brass instruments are played by putting the mouthpiece to the lips, pressing the lips together tightly, and blowing air through the middle of them to make them vibrate or “buzz.” Changing the pressure of the lips alters the pitch of the note sounded.

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From shop AntiqueShaty. out of 5 stars (72) 72 reviews $ FREE shipping Favorite Add to. Brass instruments use the vibration of the player's lips with the proper embouchure to initiate the sound. As in the case of a reed instrument, buzzing the lips creates a broad spectrum of sound. Resonances in the instrument select one of these frequencies to be the fundamental of a note.

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Musical instruments used in Baroque music were partly used already before, partly are still in use today, but with no technology. The movement to perform music in a historically informed way, trying to recreate the sound of the period, led to the use of historic instruments of the period and to the reconstruction of instruments.

The following table lists instruments, classified as brass.However, they can be made of any material such as wood, brass, cane, silver, gold or platinum.

Woodwind instruments are incredibly popular with beginner and professional players as well as hobbyists. Many young band students start their musical careers on a woodwind instrument and will go on to play several within the family.A brass instrument is a musical instrument that produces sound by sympathetic vibration of air in a tubular resonator in sympathy with the vibration of the player's lips.

Brass instruments are also called labrosones or labrophones, from Latin and Greek elements meaning 'lip' and 'sound'. There are several factors involved in producing different pitches on a brass instrument.

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