Chapter 14: Endurance

Beyond talent lie all the usual words: discipline, luck–but most of all, endurance. ~James Baldwin

Chapter 14: Endurance.

This Chapter Covers:

  • What endurance means for trumpeters,
  • why endurance is important,
  • how to gain endurance,
  • resting and endurance,
  • endurance exercises.

Terms to Know:

  • perseverance: The ability to keep doing something, especially if it’s unpleasant.
  • set: The specific position of the embouchure for a particular note or in a particular range.
  • degree: Tones in a scale. The first note of a scale is known as the first degree of the scale, the second note is the second degree, etc.

Resources for this Chapter:

  • Chapter 14 Images (click for larger image):
  • …..14.1: Endurance exercise 1

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  • …..14.2 Endurance exercise 2

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  • …..14.3: Endurance exercise 3

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  • …..14.4: Embouchure set exercise

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The Usual Resources:

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