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Trumpet Posture

Sit up or stand and hold the trumpet up. The bell should be pointed towards the audience.  Don’t slouch, the arms should not press against the side of the body but apart, with a little space between the arms and the side of your body. Don't hold the horn too tightly; try to hold the instrument as lightly as necessary to play properly. Take a big breath and blow. Pay attention to what the best playing position is for you. Good posture is a very important part of good trumpet playing.

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