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How to Improve Your Chops Without Playing a Note | [David Boe]

How to Improve Your Chops Without Playing a Note

In a revolutionary new approach to improving performance on wind instruments, author David Boe unveils a unique set of exercises that allows musicians to strengthen the facial muscles involved with playing a wind instrument. Using scientific research on muscle development, combined with decades of personal experience and observation, Mr. Boe has devised a completely original method that can be tremendously beneficial to any level of player of wind instruments, including the highest level professional performers.
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In a revolutionary new approach to improving performance on wind instruments, author David Boe unveils a unique set of exercises that allows musicians to strengthen the facial muscles involved with playing a wind instrument.

Using scientific research on muscle development, combined with decades of personal experience and observation, Mr. Boe has devised a completely original method that can be tremendously beneficial to any level of player of wind instruments, including the highest level professional performers.

This is the first and only method book by a musician, written specifically FOR musicians, to focus on the benefits of muscle development of the embouchure without playing their instruments.

The exercises described are especially useful because they can be completed without any additional tools or objects and are performed in complete silence. When added to a musician's regular practice routine, the exercises can save significant amounts of time by making precious hours of practice time much more productive.

Enhanced muscle form of the embouchure has been shown to yield tremendous benefits in several areas of particular interest to wind musicians, especially players of brass instruments. Many players report significant improvements in range, endurance and flexibility, with further improvements in tone quality and overall sound production.

©2012 David Boe (P)2013 David Boe

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