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J'aime plus que ce mariage - je suis complètement épris de cela

in Piano

 Love My Dress a constamment inspiré en raison de la combinaison de
histoires personnelles, belles photographies et grandes listes de fournisseurs. Il

donne juste un grand sens de la joie d'un mariage sans faire un grand
vendre ou vous faire sentir comme vous avez besoin d'une liste de contrôle de choses à faire
votre journée complète! "


J'aime plus que ce mariage - je suis complètement épris de cela. Merci infiniment Louise pour tes merveilleuses paroles aimables à propos de Love My Dress, nous l'apprécions tellement et nous pensons que tu regardes ce MONDE avec ta belle robe twirly des années 50 Joanne Fleming - va fille!


Je ne veux pas vraiment finir ce post de blog - boooo !! Si vous souhaitez plus de la même chose, visitez ces pages sur notre blog pour être encore plus inspiré; Années 1950, rose, Brighton 
Goodrobe.fr
, Jacqui McSweeney Photography et Joanne Fleming Design.

J'espère que vous avez un après-midi ensoleillé, chers lecteurs de blogs et chers lecteurs, merci de votre visite aujourd'hui, nous l'apprécions énormément. 

Vibrato for Trumpet

in Brass

Hey all!
This one is mainly a question for high brass but if any other could help me that would be great. I'm in 11th grade and I am a 3rd year trumpet. Right now, we are focusing on marching songs, but after Football season, we mainly play concert songs. One of those is a pretty well known trumpet piece called "A Trumpeter's Lullaby". I normally am a second chair but my band director "surprised me" and gave me solo. I've played it before but never solo. Since I am doing the solo, should I use vibrato at the appropriate times? If so, what method should I use? I obviously wouldn't use the wind speed method. So I would either use my hand or move my jaw slightly. Which one should I use? Let me know!
Thanks!
TheBlueTrumpeteer

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Voicings on Scores

It would be nice to see organ voicings/stop settings on more scores. If using GrandOrgue or Hauptwerk, the organ selected and its stops would be interesting.

As someone just starting my journey with pipe organs, it would be helpful to hear how others select which stops are used in absence of marked directions from the composer or when the recommended stop is not available.