“The Most Important Thing as a Trumpet Player Is That We’re Able to Be Adaptable to Our Current Environment”
In this interview, we have Louis Dowdeswell—an amazing musician whose career spans multiple genres.
A student of Armando Ghitalla, Mark Gould, Gerard Schwarz, William Vacchiano, Arnold Jacobs... In Trumpet Magazine, we have the immense honor of interviewing this American virtuoso trumpeter, composer and conductor. If you want to be a great musician, this interview will interest you a lot!
What Do Vince Dimartino, Allen Vizzutti, Rex Richardson, Jens Lindemann and Doc Severinsen Have in Common?
We all know that these five are true trumpet giants, and each of them has special qualities that make them deeply admired worldwide. But, there is something that they all share. Something very important, and yet sometimes goes unnoticed. What is it?
Today we are interviewing a living legend on the trumpet, the grand Vince DiMartino. With more than 40 years of experience as a soloist and educator, he has been converted into one of the most admired trumpet figures in the world. The Trumpet Magazine School has his video lessons available, ...
One of the last creations for the Stomvi brand by Vicente Honorato was the high ‘4-valve Edition’ cornet in A, placed in the same tessitura as a piccolo trumpet.
It is widely accepted that the smile embouchure causes problems when playing. Most non professional players use the Zygomaticus Major, Buccinator and Risorius muscles of the cheek. Those muscles are used in making us smile. Some teachers use musical exercises called Buccinator Drills. That implies that those muscles should be used ...
Artist of the Month
We all know who José Sibaja is. He’s a trumpeter (Yamaha artist) that we have heard a million times on recordings and tours by some of the most known salsa and pop artists, but also with orchestras and his famous brass quintet, Boston Brass. And today we have the honor to know him a little more. Don’t miss it!
We all know who José Sibaja is. He’s a trumpeter (Yamaha artist) that we have heard a million times on recordings and tours by some of the most known salsa and pop artists, but also with orchestras and his famous brass quintet, Boston Brass. And today we have the honor ...
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