In response to a question from Brian White, Bryan Davis explains and demonstrates how and why he practices “static tonguing” exercises, i.e. tonguing repeated notes on the same pitch. If you missed the last Trumpet Q&A video, which inspired this question, please watch it now: “Aperture Control and Conditioned Response.”
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