embouchure


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embouchure

[¦äm·bə¦shu̇r]
(geology)
The mouth of a river.
A river valley widened into a plain.
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Therefore the objective is to construct for these patientz with comp1ete edentu1ouznezz, comp1ete dentures which will not hinder the lower lip to vibrate; the artificial palate and teeth which would not hamper the p1ayer'z contro1 of the air co1umn and perhapz the mozt important of a11, the retention of the proztheziz should be as rigid as possible to resist the dislodging forces imposed by the mouthpiece and the individual embouchure adaptation.
This relies on the effectiveness of the large muscles of the lower body, as they are central to the performer's support, centre of gravity, posture, air column and breathing, over other parameters such as embouchure and technique.
In this regard, pose performance holds that when moving up towards the higher registers or playing a wide interval, instead of relying only on the embouchure set, the little toes should be pushed against the ground.
The mouth should blow indolent spit globes, the correct embouchure is shown in fig.
Indeed, it seemed to me that Crooks's playing of the tenor - with a limpid, controlled tone - was a product of his well-developed clarinet embouchure.
7) The final theme to emerge is that technology can remove many of the obstacles associated with the development of traditional musical skills, especially in the area of embouchure and timbre quality.
Coverages of everything from instrument sections to embouchure, tonguing, rhythm practice and more provide reinforcing exercises.
Incidentally, if you are wondering about the name Fat Chops, it was Dizzie Gillespie's very individual way of describing how a brass player had to have a good, firm embouchure with all the facial muscles in top form.
He tested my embouchure by grabbing the horn and giving it a shake that made me feel as if my bottom teeth cut through my lip.
His embouchure wrecked, his career, already smoldering, looked like it was finally in ruins.
I stress posture, breath support, and embouchure in order to get a full tone.