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Honegger – Intrada – All Things Trumpet
Measures The entrance pickup before rehearsal 2 is a tough one; coming in on a soft, low G after moments earlier wailing on a high C and B. Just heard of this piece yesterday from playwithapro. The tendency at rehearsal 4 is to turn everything into half-notes and create a hemiola effect 2 over 3. He joined the French Resistanceand was generally unaffected by the Nazis themselves, who allowed him to continue his work without too much interference, but it is said that he was greatly depressed by the war.
That being said, I think I prefer breathing on the barline at rehearsal 8. One of the most popular pieces for trumpet taught and explained by one of todays great trumpet players. Kristian’s results with this student are fantastic.
Honegger goes from measure 4 through 17 without any rests or breath marks! Don’t have an account? I justify breathing after beats 2 in and to maintain the same shape the phrase begins with in In this next clip I offer two breathing suggestions. When I get to the sixteenth-note passage in measure 8, I breathe in beat two to keep the running sixteenths together. In Masterclass no 1 he shows how to prepare the great Intrada by Honegger and shows how little it takes to double your sound with half the efforts.
There is a website that has an exhaustive biography of Arthur Honegger. I would recommend this video for any young trumpet player working on Honegger’s Intrada. One could use these somewhat as leading tones to create more direction in the line.
Steenstrup’s videos on Play With A Pro are amazing! Transition to firmer articulation and rhythm at honeggrr 3 to begin the set up for the Allegro at Nonetheless, between its outbreak and his death, he wrote his last four symphonies numbers two to fivewhich are quite frequently performed and recorded.
Steenstrup has become world famous among top players from all around the world for his amazing skills to bring back the right habits and practice patterns to players at all levels.
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Login Remember Me Don’t have an account? Name Review Rating 5 4 3 2 1. The first pass makes the most sense to me musically but the second pass sets off the contrast between the intervallic stilted rhythmic material with the more flowing scalier material better.
David Bilger Learn from one of the greatest orchestral trumpet players of today. My logic here is to try to maintain the architecture that is established in measure 4 where the phrase obviously begins on beat 2. Anyhow, a lot of players like to make the material between rehearsals 2 and 3 four and sometimes five phrases by breathing after the long notes in the middle of the two big phrases. He gave me ideas for phrasing and musicality I had not yet thought of.
Take what you like, leave the rest.
Add review Your review will be posted on our website once verified. In my first pass I breathe after beats 1 in measures 10 and Measures Set the Allegro section tempo at whatever rate you can triple-tongue the passage beginning at Suggested Equipment C trumpet, no mutes.
Remember, all these phrasing ideas are just suggestions. intraa
Honegger had always remained in touch with Switzerland, his root country, but with the outbreak of the war and the invasion of the Nazishe found himself trapped in Paris. The entrance pickup before rehearsal 2 is a tough one; coming in on a soft, low G after moments earlier wailing on a high C and B.
Did Honegger write both of them? David Bilger Learn from one of the greatest orchestral trumpet players of today. Rehearsal 4 through 5.
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Add review Your review will be posted on our website once verified. Thanks for breaking this one down. Honegger was obviously a string player! There are numerous recordings of this work, some of my favorites are: Lifetime access Stream on any device Watch offline. I have 2 of Kristian’s videos and they are both very useful.
He continued to study through the sbefore writing the ballet Le dit des jeux du monde ingenerally considered to be his first characteristic work. One of the big issues in this piece is figuring out where to breathe. Honeyger Honegger was a member of Les Sixhis work does not typically share the playfulness and simplicity of the other members of that group.