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Martin Hackleman (*1951)
Martin Hackleman, born in 1952,
began his horn studies at the age
of 16 with Caesar LaMonaca in
Houston (Texas), and went on to
the University of Houston. He also
studied with Barry Tuckwell and
Roland Berger of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Was named
principal horn of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in 1972, and
joined the Vancouver Symphony
as solo horn in 1974.Rejoined
About 34 Characteristic Etudes for Low Horn Playing
Improve the low register technique
The purpose of this book is to give horn players an opportunity to improve their low register technique. This neglected area of the horn requires precision of relaxation and timing of the embouchure, tongue, and throat. To produce a full, clean sound air control is emphasized continually. The studies have musical merit as well as some technical challenge; characteristics often automatically dismissed by horn players when playing below the staff.
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