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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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You may not be able to achieve a sound that you terribly like, because everyone has a different embouchure and breathes into the instrument in a different way.
Frucht S, Fahn S, Ford B: French horn embouchure dystonia.
BB: A flexible embouchure helps us in changing registers, dynamics and tone colors.
Les eaux ont commence a refluer dans le nord et le centre du pays, mais les pluies torrentielles de mousson qui persistent ont gonfle l'Indus jusqu'a des niveaux critiques pres de son embouchure.
He details aspects relating to posture and the back, movements of the arm and hand and associated problems, breathing, the embouchure and respiratory tract in wind playing, the larynx and vocal tract in singers, the role of the brain in skill acquisition and aural processing, and performance-related stress and its management.
That's when I get back my "five-minute" embouchure which goes the moment I put the instrument back in its case .
The group is dedicated to serving the special needs of musicians affected by task-specific focal dystonia, particularly hand and embouchure dystonias.
When an embouchure problem brought his brass playing to a premature end, Chris was resourceful enough to take up percussion, becoming good enough to play for both his old bands in this new capacity.
The differences among injury rates become less marked if one includes other problems, such as neck and back pain and embouchure disorders, but which instrument one plays still goes a long way toward determining what type of problem might occur.
Les eaux ont commence a refluer dans le nord et le centre, les plus affectes au debut de la catastrophe, mais les pluies torrentielles de mousson qui persistent ont gonfle l'Indus jusqu'a des niveaux critiques pres de son embouchure, forcant ces derniers jours des millions de personnes a fuir de nouvelles inondations dans la province meridionale du Sind.
Lips of Steel: 22 Endurance Etudes for Trumpet, Plus a Warm-Up and Embouchure Conditioner.
Here, however, in the resourceful embouchure and breathing-control of virtuoso William Barton, drawing an amazing texture of simultaneous sounds both blown and percussive, it provided an underpinning of immense dignity to Sculthorpe's setting of the Mass for the Dead.