Why There Aren't Superstar Trumpeters Today, How to Profit from Writing a Book In a Tiny Niche, Tongue Placement Relative to Range and Endurance and More with Jeff Purtle

About my guest, Jeff Purtle:Author of Hit it Hard & Wish it Well:Claude Gordon’s Approach to Trumpet & Brass PlayingA MultiTouch book available in the Apple Books Store (www.hitithardwishitwell.com)Purtle Brass Conference, Anderson University - The South Carolina School of the Arts; Anderson, SCHost and presenter for music workshop attracting brass players of all levels worldwide to SC with university credit. Highly reviewed in The Brass Herald (UK) and International Trumpet Guild.Clinician and PresenterPresentations at International Trumpet Guild Conference, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (Cardiff, Wales), Wells Cathedral School of Music, SC MENC Convention, SC International Trumpet Guild, Furman University, Anderson University, Bob Jones University, SCACS Convention and other music education events on topics of brass playing and technology use.Work Published: International Trumpet Guild, The Brass Herald (London), Cited in various doctoral thesis as an authority on Claude Gordon’s brass teachings.Manager for Harry Kim - TrumpetFeatured Artist and Clinician at the National Trumpet CompetitionProducing multimedia presentations for Harry KimAdjunct Trumpet Professor, Anderson University; Anderson, SCAdjunct Trumpet Professor, Clemson University; Clemson, SCTrumpet Performances with: Dionne Warwick, Rita Coolidge, Rhythm & Brass, Sandi Patty, Reggie & Ladye Love Smith, Christopher Parkening, Jubilant Sykes, Harry Kim, Wayne Bergeron, Susan Slaughter, Monarch Brass, Philippe Schartz and Byron Stripling. Solo Performance featured on SC Carolina Concerts, SC ETV Radio YourDay, German radio - Koln Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Brentwood-Westwood Symphony, Downey Symphony, Spartanburg Philharmonic, Hendersonville Symphony, and Greater Anderson Music Arts ConsortiumCredits:Trumpet Dynamics: The Story of the Trumpet, In the Words of Those Who Play ItHost: James NewcombGuest: Jeff PurtleOpening music: "Folklore" by Big Big TrainClosing music: "Creepin' With Clark" written and performed by Mike VaxAudio editing by: Kurtis GoodwolfShow notes prepared by: Podcast Artistry™

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