[PDF] Doodle Studies and Etudes - Bob McChesney - Free Download PDFA complete course of study using doodle tonguing for the slide trombone, with demonstration and play-along CD. Internationally renowned trombonist Bob McChesney is a product of the Baltimore, Maryland public school music programs, and is primarily a self-taught virtuoso. He developed a technique by which he could play fast groupings of notes on the trombone that sounded like a saxophone or trumpet. At the time when he was a child , he didn't know that the technique was known as 'doodle tonguing', and has since written this treatise on the subject. This technique is not intended to replace standard methods of trombone articulation, but is a technique that can add another dimention to the trombonist's performance.
Doodle Studies And Etudes - Bob Mcchesney
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For more than a thousand students and professional players it has proven to be an extremely valuable tool in improving fast legato skills on the trombone. Covering all aspects of the doodle tongue technique, this book was written for students, teachers and professionals alike. This complete method explains the fast legato technique in a step-by-step fashion, from how to correctly form the syllables to complex patterns incorporating natural downward slurs. Actually, the issue of fast legato playing on trombone is much more one of articulation than slide movement. Because there are no valves or keys, the trombonist must articulate differently than other wind players.
Try holding your hand in front of your mouth and feel the air flow. A common belief is that fast, this source is terrific"--Joseph Alessi. Its main use has been in the performance of jazz and is employed by such notable trombonists as Bill Watrous and Carl Fontana. For a classical player like myself, clean legato playing is difficult to achieve on trombone mainly because it is difficult to mccuesney the slide fast enou.
Compare the feel of the air on your hand with a normal tu-tu tongue and doodle tongue. Information from the Web Learn more about where we find additional information on the web. This technique is not intended to replace standard methods of trombone articulation, ftudes is a technique that can add another dimention to the trombonist's performance. Look for it, then click the link to activate your account.