This short book is one of the best finger facility books ever written for low brass. The fascinating part is that it began its life as a clarinet book, written by the great Clarinettist Hyacinthe Klosé. This is an excerpt from his book, transcribed and edited for the trombone, baritone, or tuba. Each of the 209 fingering patterns are to be repeated many times, and they help to increase your manual dexterity exactly as much as they help you work as flow studies for your air and note connection. Anytime I need to get back in shape, this is where I begin, and a working a handful of these each time you pick up your horn is the perfect way to maintain your technique without killing your chops.
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