EXCELLENCE IN TRUMPET EDUCATION

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Okay, so it seems there are a bunch of latecomers to the party and let’s face it, who finishes a party on a Friday?  So, you have the weekend to join WindWorks for free and take advantage of our amazing Launch Party Giveaway offer.  Don’t miss out, try it now, we know you’ll love it.

FINAL DAY
Trumpet Problems Solved!

 

Congratulations, you’re still standing.  Like all good parties, we end up sitting around philosophising and solving the problems of the world. 

 

FUN FACTS:

  • Watch these videos and you will learn something profoundly new
  • Do these exercises and you will discover your limits
  • WindWorks explains in a fun and easy way how to eliminate your problems
  • People HATE paying for information in a world of free content
  • You can experience WindWorks for FREE for a month within 2 minutes from now
  • WindWorks is changing the collective psychology of brass and wind playing forever
  • You are missing out on a great opportunity if you ignore this offer
  • YOUR PROGRESS IS OUR PRIORITY

 

Take the time to watch these videos and play the exercises.  You will learn more about your playing than ever before WE GUARANTEE IT.

 

There are only 24 hours left before this FREE offer ends (Details at the bottom of this page)

 

 

 

 

Metronome:  

 

 

 

 

A (Concert G) Drone
Use the Hum to experience pitch change using PASSIVE reduction
Use SHAPE not body exertion to change pitch
Use the hum to find the required airflow
Make playing feel like humming

 

 

A (Concert G) First Note
Breath Attack softly pp and hold for 15+ seconds
Think 1% Rule
Pu-Lip-Ku-KMT-Tu
Hold a loud note ff for 10+ seconds

 

A (Concert G) Glissando
Lip buzz lower octave
Mouthpiece buzz as written
On trumpet away from lips, lightly toughing lips, playing as normal – EYES CLOSED
Hit ALL harmonics
Do SOFTLY at first then vary dynamics

 

GLISSANDO 1

GLISSANDO 2
GLISSANDO 3
GLISSANDO 4

 

A (Concert G) Singing C Exercise
ACTIVE resonant first note
SHAPE CHANGE ONLY into bar 2
NO GAP between bars

 

 

A (Concert G) LOUD/SOFT Octave Tongued
ACTIVE resonant first note
SHAPE CHANGE ONLY into bar 2
NO GAP between bars

 

 

A (Concert G) Chambers Scale 1 
The SOFT top notes aim to encourage SHAPE change without kicking the air
There is no tempo dictated, take your time 

 

A (Concert G) Chromatic Slurred 
Play as SOFTLY as possible at first
You are looking for WHERE the notes cut out 

 

A (Concert G) Tongued Intervals
Play softly at first
Use Mouth Compression without kicking as you ascend

 

 

A (Concert G) Stab Notes
Preset pitch – SHAPE
Preset Volume
RELEASE – NO ABDOMINAL KICK

 


 

A (Concert G) Crescendo/Decrescendo Tonguing
Use PASSIVE Mouth Compression on the first note
Gradually open the aperture and allow more volume out
Be sure to keep the Body’s Concert Hall open at all times

 

 

A (Concert G) Crescendo/Decrescendo Long Tone
Experiment with Breath Attack and Pu-Lip-Ku-KMT-Tu
STAY OPEN, this is where negative tension can creep in

 

 

A (Concert G) Range Etude
Play these exercises musically
Use SHAPE change only on Steps 1 and 3 when playing pp
Notice the added body activity on Steps 2 and 4 when playing ff

 

STEP 1 

STEP 2

STEP 3
STEP 4

 

 

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Day 2. Party Game – Higher Peak

 

Hi and welcome to Day 2 of the WindWorks Launch.  There are only 48 hours left before this FREE offer ends.  (Details at the bottom of this page.)

 

Let’s play a game – Are you the 1 in a 1,000 person who can do these 8 Singing C Steps correctly???

 

Range, Flexibility and Endurance all suffer due to over exertion.  The Singing C series will allow you to determine where your technique falls down.

 

What exercises Can you do, Kind Of do and Can’t do?  Let’s find out…

 

Remember:
PASSIVE means absolutely NO engagement of the abdominal muscles… AT ALL.
ACTIVE means the air support muscles become activated.

 

Good Luck and have fun…

Metronome:  

 

C Drone

Close your eyes, hum the note, copy the feeling when playing

 

 

Step 1

Play using valve combination OPEN and stay PASSIVE

Play using 1st slide position

 

Step 2

Keep the Body’s Concert Hall free and resonant as you crescendo

 

Step 3

Maintain the feeling of the PASSIVE Singing C throughout

 


 

Step 4

Follow the ACTIVE and PASSIVE demonstration

 

 

Step 5

Maintain full volume throughout

 

Step 6

Be accurate with sub-divisions and dynamic changes – PASSIVE final two bars

 

Step 7

Keep the Body’s Concert Hall free and resonant throughout

 

Step 8

Remain PASSIVE for entire exercise – allow natural decrescendo as you ascend

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1. One FREE Month of the WindWorks Premium Level Course:

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Watch this Premium Level video by Greg Spence (2019 New Material)

 

 

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PLEASE NOTE: There is absolutely no obligation to pay anything in the first month and you can cancel anytime.  If you think you know all about WindWorks, you are sadly mistaken and here is your change.

 

9 SIMPLE POINTS PEOPLE MISS – their playing suffers and it might be you…

  1. PASSIVE or ACTIVE: Are you efficient or fighting the instrument?
  2. Sympathetic Oscillation: What is the role of the lips?
  3. The Body’s Concert Hall:  Are you overlooking the importance of a relaxed and resonant air column?
  4. aRRRRticulation: The 4 R’s: Release, Response, Reflection, Resonance
  5. Throaticulation and the Valsalva Maneuver: The hidden killer of improvement
  6. Pu-Lip-Ku-KMT-Tu: The best approach for a clean articulation
  7. The Real Learning Process:  Learn how to learn QUICKLY and HAPPILY
  8. Screech Notes and Pedal Tones: Can you play from Pedal C or below to Double C and beyond?
  9. The Singing C Series: The most effective range development method ever
This might all seem a little complicated but it’s actually easy, fun and effective.  You can make incredible changes to your playing if you take the opportunity to learn what it is all about.  Read the Forum to see the transformations people have made.

CLICK HERE TO START THE PARTY!

Testimonials

  • Hi Greg,learning from you and exploring your revolutionary playing concepts in depth are the greatest gifts I've received as I journey through musician's focal dystonia. Your techniques and brilliant psychology are helping me significantly reduce and eliminate symptoms, and are leading me to a much…

  • 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…

    Pat Jarve

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  • "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…

    Phil Savard

  • 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!

    Jim Manley

  • 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!

    Jim Manley

    Professional Trumpeter, USA
  • 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!

    Sean H.MA

  • 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…

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