Lip Slur World Headquarters announces the latest addition to our collection of
AMERICA’S FAVORITE SARCASTIC LIP SLURS
Progressive Lip Flexibilities
The latest offering from Lip Slur World Headquarters. This is not your grandfather’s sarcastic lip slur book! Book is $25 dollars Shipping and Handling is $5 in the U.S.
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“Scott’s new book is great! Flexibility has been a huge part of my “routine” for more than 30 years and can be a bit mundane at times. This book has added some fun and challenging exercises back into my daily maintenance. Great job Scott. Congrats!!
~ Scott Englebright, former Lead Trumpet, Maynard Ferguson Orchestra
“These exercises are a creative and practical approach to improving flexibility. Scott Belck understands the fundamentals of trumpet playing and encourages the player to “Let Yourself Go”. This book will be on my music stand for many years to come.”
~ Douglas Lindsay, Trumpet, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
“Scott Belck’s Modern Flexibilities is an important contribution to the literature of our brass world! These collected exercises from “lip-slur headquarters” are thoughtfully designed to advance any brass player’s technique, fun to practice, and presented with a good dose of humor — a winning combination. I highly recommend Modern Flexibilities to all brass musicians! “
~ Randy C. Gardner, Professor of Horn and Chair of the Wind, Brass, and Percussion Department, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Retired Second Hornist, The Philadelphia Orchestra
“This book is the beginning of a revolution in practicing flexibility. Scott has brought his creativity in a way that is accessible while still challenging to players of all levels. I practice this material regularly and have seen the benefits. This book is a must have for every brass player.”
~ Joey Tartell, professor of trumpet at Indiana University, former lead trumpet for Maynard Ferguson, Smithsonian Masterworks Jazz Orchestra