Warm-up 5 Premise Review (5 Basic Styles)
New Premises for this Exercise
There Are Three Parts to Every Note. Each note has three parts—the beginning, middle, and end. We like to introduce this to students in terms of the term TOH and the use of font size. For the visuals to explain the three parts of the note please see Unifying Note Styles by referring to Appendix IV or clicking here for the E-file version.
2. There Are Five Basic Styles of Notes. For the visuals of how to execute these five basic styles of notes please see Unifying Note Styles by referring to Appendix IV or clicking here for the E-file version.
On-going Relevant Premises
Creating Style (click for details)
Agogic Emphasis as Style
Involving Your Percussion Section (click for details)
1. Review Percussion Warm-up Tenets and Procedures
Articulation Technique (click for details)
Start with a “T” and then dent the air.
Breathing Technique (click for details)
Always take a full, in-time breath.
Maintain a steady stream of air.