The Trombone Forum - Pedagogy <![CDATA[Re: "Letter M"]]>,98054.msg1202588.html#msg1202588 The letter M can be said in so many ways, it merrely say that the lips do touch, and it is still not enough since that can be done in different ways also.

I do wonder about Ghitallas advice, Maybe what he said is...]]>;topic=98054.0 Sun, 09 Jul 2017 08:35:32 GMT,98054.msg1202588.html#msg1202588
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<![CDATA[Re: "Letter M"]]>,98054.msg1202308.html#msg1202308 Quote from: robcat2075 on Jul 07, 2017, 06:53AM
Maybe that's  fair generalization but maybe it doesn't account for wide variety of lips among people.

If I look at a picture of Wynton Marsalis, with his trumpet in place,...
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<![CDATA[Re: "Letter M"]]>,98054.msg1202303.html#msg1202303;topic=98054.0 Fri, 07 Jul 2017 15:59:44 GMT,98054.msg1202303.html#msg1202303 <![CDATA[Re: "Letter M"]]>,98054.msg1202295.html#msg1202295 Quote
Without the trumpet or mouthpiece, roll the in as if saying the letter "m", if this  is done correctly, no red part of the lips should show.
Maybe that's  ...
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