Low Brass Listening Lists


Low Brass Listening Lists: Listening to great musicians is one of the best ways to learn! The lists we provided are a great starting place for your listening. They by no means have all the great things you should listen to on the internet. Explore YouTube and Spotify and find more examples of things to listen to!

Here is a list of things to consider when listening to/watching performances:

· What does their tone sound like?

· What do the articulations sound like?

· How are the performers blending together?

· What is the dynamic range of the performance?

· What does their posture look like?

· What does their valve/slide technique look like?

· How are the performers using movement to help play together?

· When listening to the jazz players, try transcribing what they play so you can analyze what they are doing over particular chords, and see if you can notice any repeated ideas or patterns!



Tenor Trombone Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXmMq9QG_KNhhDX7tEqNaU3_soYEO2p66


Bass Trombone Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXmMq9QG_KNgteRubJe9nodUblyl_5Z50


Jazz Trombone Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7KQJ9nq1rAANt8RnCGPxa9Kv3NhoZkVq


Euphonium Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXmMq9QG_KNisVXUCaHzOAv5GRAHEbtN2


Tuba Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJichhRvwLrJGmSgoAcWxOHNvEb7Xpqho


Low Brass Excerpts/Low Brass Ensemble Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXmMq9QG_KNinBq4Kw9lttgJ_J0hE5qo9

From the UWSP Honor Band 2020 Masterclass: Seth Mahoney, Holden Midyett, Elijah Schuh, Caleb Deleske, and Dr. Lawrence.

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