Play Intervals on Trumpet
Edited by Toradze, VisiHow, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. This is a video tutorial series on playing the trumpet. In the previous tutorial, we learned how to play a C chromatic scale. In this tutorial, we will show you how to play intervals on the trumpet.
- 1For example, C and D have one whole step (second) as the interval. The farther you go from the tonic, the greater the interval will be. The interval between C and A is a sixth, meaning that there are five whole notes from C to A. An octave, or the distance between C and C, is seven whole notes.An interval is the distance between two notes.
- 5You can practice these daily to improve embouchure.For the next exercise, play intervals from a second all the way to an octave.
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See more tutorials on playing the trumpet:
- Tune a Trumpet
- Play Staccato on the Trumpet
- Stand in the Correct Posture While Playing the Trumpet
- Play Legato on the Trumpet
- Empty Spit out of the Trumpet
- Play with Lips Trills on the Trumpet
- Improve Double Tonguing Notes on the Trumpet
- Play Arpeggios on the Trumpet
- Play C Chromatic Scale on the Trumpet
- Play Intervals on Trumpet
- Do Buzzing Exercises When Playing the Trumpet
- Use Your Diaphragm for Playing the Trumpet
- Buzz with Lips when Playing the Trumpet
- Buzz When Playing the Trumpet
- Hold the Trumpet
- Single Tongue the Trumpet
- Gain Endurance to Play Long Notes on the Trumpet
- Play the Trumpet with the Correct Embouchure
Video: Play Intervals on Trumpet
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Toradze