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Pressions de l'embouchure sur les levres des trompettistes en fonction de leur technique instrumentale. [The Impact of Embouchure on the Lips of Trumpet Players and How This Relates to Their Instrumental Technique.]

 
 

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Primary Author: Guyot, J.
Journal Title: Médecine des arts: Approche médicale et scientifique des pratiques artistiques
Date Published: Jun-94
Language: French
Category: Orofacial Disorders
Key Words: embouchure lips mouth trumpet performance musician technique instrumental
Full Citation: Guyot, Jean-Francois. Pressions de l'embouchure sur les levres des trompettistes en fonction de leur technique instrumentale. [The Impact of Embouchure on the Lips of Trumpet Players and How This Relates to Their Instrumental Technique.] Médecine des arts: Approche médicale et scientifique des pratiques artistiques (Montauban, France) no. 8 (June 1994): 11-13.
Full Abstract: Flat tongue playing is compared to the no pressing technique (with the tongue applied to the palate). A study of mouthpiece pressure on the lips reveals notable differences between these techniques, particularly a maximal pressure of 3 kg in the first case and 0.5 kg in the second. The latter technique may help prevent lip and dental problems in trumpet players.