More Buzzing Exercises, Lip Vibrato, and Tuning
Additional segments of this interview coming in September and October:
• Timing and Sequence of Events for a Breath
• Tongue-Controlled Embouchure and Support
• On Ideal Vibrato Speed
• On Creating an Open and Supportive Atmosphere
I am grateful for the information and inspirations I have received from Keith over the past 15 or so years, and I am delighted to share this video interview with Keith filmed on August 18, 2007 at Ghost Ranch, NM.
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Thanks, Keith, for answering my questions, for this interview and throughout the years!
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