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For Trumpet

70 Studies In Each Of The 12 Tonalities To Develop

And Maintain Tone, Tonguing, Technique, Flexibility,
Endurance, Range, And More For All Trumpet
Players No Matter What Styles You Play

by Mark Hendricks

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How To Use This Book For Best Results
C Tonality Studies
F Tonality Studies
Bb Tonality Studies
Eb Tonality Studies
Ab Tonality Studies
Db Tonality Studies
F# Tonality Studies
B Tonality Studies
E Tonality Studies
A Tonality Studies
D Tonality Studies
G Tonality Studies

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How To Use This Book For Best Results
ALL THE NOTES AND MORE is designed to help you develop and maintain your tone, tonguing,
technique, flexibility, endurance, range, and more no matter what styles you play. In it you will
practice and master all kinds of scales and arpeggios in all ranges of your instrument. They are the
necessary building blocks of music, and all top performers have them ingrained into their playing so
they can perform at the highest levels of musicianship.
Heres just a few suggestions for using these studies:

- Always play with a great sound. No matter whether youre playing high or low, fast or

slow...always listen to yourself closely to play with a great sound. Thats what others are
hearing, make them say Oh what a sound! ...when you play.

- It is never possible to play these studies too slowly. However it is possible to play them too
fast. By playing slow, you can listen closely to the fundamentals of playing to make
adjustments that make playing the studies quicker much easier and more musical. As you
play, be listening closely to yourself so that each note has a pleasing sound.

- Dont just play notes - always make music!

- When learning a study, you may wish to start with the last measure, play it a few times until

you are comfortable with it, then back up one measure and play the last two measures. Then
practice the last three measures. Repeat this strategy until you are at the beginning of the
study. This way you will have lots of practice finishing strong.

- Always use various articulations for the studies. Examples: all slurred, all tongued, slur four,
slur two tongue two, tongue two slur two, multiple tonguing and on and on. Mix it up as you
play through a tonality, it will help you keep your embouchure fresh and mind alert.

- When first going through the studies, you may want to spend a week, or a month, on

learning a tonality. After you have learned all the tonalities, you may want to review one
tonality a day split up into a few different practice sessions to maintain your level of

- For younger players, play to the top of your range then skip notes to pick-up the pattern
and continue to the end.

- Practice slowly at first - work for even tone and rhythm, then speed up as you can play
cleanly. Always REST as much as you play to avoid overdoing your practicing!

Below you will find the seven modes based on the diatonic scale of C major. The Ionian and Aeolian modes have
already been introduced in studies 1-8 and 39-45. Use those same scale patterns found in studies 1-8 to also
master the other modes too. Simply alter the written key signature of the scale pattern you want to play in studies
1-8 using the key signature of the modes below. The scale step alterations notated are the modifications to a
major scale to produce the mode with the same beginning note.

I - Ionian (Major scale)

iii - Phrygian ( 2, 3, 6, 7)

V - Mixolydian ( 7)

vii - Locrian ( 2, 3, 5, 6, 7)

IV - Lydian ( 4)

ii - Dorian ( 3, 7)

vi - Aeolian (Natural minor scale - 3, 6, 7)

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For Trumpet

70 Studies In Each Of The 12 Tonalities To Develop

And Maintain Tone, Tonguing, Technique, Flexibility,
Endurance, Range, And More For All Trumpet
Players No Matter What Styles You Play

by Mark Hendricks

Order the complete print book now at