THERE IS A FASTER, EASIER WAY TO LEARN TRUMPET! Playing demands and knowledge have changed dramatically, but the psychology of brass playing is still stuck in the 1800’s.
LEARN FROM THE BEST! Internationally acclaimed trumpeter, educator, and pioneer of online teaching, Greg Spence, provides the best, Step-By-Step, troubleshooting experience for the modern brass player in which your progress and satisfaction are his priority.
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SIMPLE EXPLANATIONS - FOR ALL LEVELS
You must do these 6 things right now!
THE PROCESS OF LEARNING IS THE
Simply playing exercises from exercise books without knowing exactly what you are doing is a huge mistake and also the slowest and most ineffective way to learn!
How do you change pitch on a guitar? By strumming harder?
NO, of course not! Stop listening to the “Blow harder to play higher” crowd and learn how to effectively and efficiently play your instrument.
Equip yourself with the right tools to learn quickly. Read this quote from Rex Richardson, trumpet virtuoso – “At once brilliant and stunningly simple, Mystery to Mastery is essential material for the global community of brass players.”
“Hi Greg, I am really enjoying watching your videos, they are very informative, inspiring and fun to watch. Great video lessons Greg, keep them coming!” Trumpet mega-star Eric Miyashiro
“The physiology of brass playing has been shrouded in myth and misconception for decades, leading to pedagogical practices that are at best useless, and at worst quite damaging. Trumpet virtuoso and myth-buster Greg Spence has sorted us out, setting forth a method that defuses the madness. At once brilliant and stunningly simple, Mystery to Mastery is essential material for the global community of brass players.” – Rex Richardson, International Trumpet Soloist
Renowned as L.A’s top commercial studio/session trumpeter and one of the world’s best lead trumpeters, Wayne Bergeron says – “Fantastic Website. A lot of knowledge based information here.”
Simply one of the world’s most loved virtuoso trumpeters, Allen Vizzutti says – “Mystery to Mastery” by Greg Spence, is a wonderful addition to the trumpet player and trumpet teacher’s literature. It is concise and logical. All teachers’ will welcome such an organized and functional program. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!”
Possibly the best multi-instrumentalist to ever walk the earth. Jazz superstar James Morrison says -“Trumpeters finally have a guide that makes sense. Greg Spence has managed to take what can sometimes be a complicated process (playing the trumpet) and explain how it’s done in a way that will definitely get results. Anyone at any level will benefit from this no-nonsense approach that really does go Step-by-Step all the way to MASTERY!”
Hello Greg, wanted to thank you for the wonderful things you are doing with WindWorks. I have been struggling with bad playing habits the past 30+ years since studying with Chicowicz at Northwestern while still playing gigs and killing myself in the process. I am one of those students who struggled in college with some bad undergrad teaching methods. I have tried everything under the sun to make my playing more efficient but to no avail. Your ideas have saved my playing life and made playing the trumpet so much easier and fun again. As a public music educator K-12 the past 30 years, I highly endorse your teaching methods and approach to playing wind instruments. Best wishes to you and your family and continued success.
Hi Greg, my name is Fernando Dissenha, I am principal trumpet with Osesp, here in Brazil. Your pedagogy is second to none. I am doing your course and spreading the news with my students with absolutely great results. I hope to meet you some day! Thank you for bringing such a fresh air of knowledge to all of us trumpet players!
“Greg, Bravo on your new WindWorks program, I am really enjoying it. It is bringing me back to my days studying with Arnold Jacobs and Vince Cichowicz. Your insights have definitely brought even more clarity to brass playing and the psychology of results! I studied with ‘Jake’ in college and he would be proud of you spreading the news and even improving on his groundwork!” Phil Savard, USA
Greg – great to meet you here – checking out your website – amazing stuff on there to help us fellow trumpet players – a ton of great information on there and I am going to check out all the videos!
Greg – wow, I am blown away by the videos. I discovered the leadpipe thing and no buzzing but just air in the mouthpiece about a year ago and never looked back. These videos hit the nail right on the head – amazing information!
Hey Greg, it has taken me over 20 years to discover what you have presented here in your book. Congratulations on the layout and approach, I know it will help a lot of people if they take the time to learn it for themselves!
Hi Greg, sorry for my terrible english, consider my small donation just as a little symbol cause i really wanted to thank you some how for what you’re doing. I’m not joking when i say that the knowledge and the information that you’ve decided to share in such as generous way really changed my life not only as a player but also as a person… Please continue in doing what you’re doing: maybe you don’t even imagine the incredible importance of your job but i’m sure in the future you’ll be considered one of the great innovators of the brass playing like Arnold Jacobs. thanks a lot again! Michele Bernabei ITALY
WindWorks is taught by Greg Spence, creator of Mystery to Mastery. He is a Yamaha Artist and acclaimed international trumpet performer and educator.
Combined, Greg’s two books and now the WindWorks course have reached more than 20,000 brass players worldwide and his youtube channel has had over 1,000,000 views.
Greg has performed with the world’s most elite performers and highlights include playing at Carnegie Hall in NYC.
He has taught and presented at many Australian universities and has spoken at colleges and universities across the USA and Europe. He has conducted presentations and masterclasses for music conferences across the globe including the MidWest Clinic and The International Trumpet Guild Conference.