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January 12, 2011

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Raymond Horton

The Ergobone saved my career

Raymond Horton
Bass Trombonist
Louisville Orchestra

John Tarr

Thank you, Mr. Horton for your comment. In the interest of more knowledge, perhaps you could tell us a bit more about how the Ergobone saved your career. I'm in the process of acquiring a bass trumpet, which is at least as heavy as a trombone, if not more and all the weight is to the front. This is a good candidate for the Ergobrass.

All the best, John Tarr

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Reading List

  • Brian Frederiksen: Arnold Jacobs: Song and Wind
    Part biography and part description of Jacob's teaching philosophy and teaching wisdom. I refer to this book when preparing breathing lessons for musicians.
  • Sam Pilafian & Patrick Seridan: Breathing Gym, The
    Interesting and useful breathing exercises. Some of the exercises may need to be modified for younger students.
  • Oliver Sachs: Musicophillia
    Enjoyable read on neurology and music.
  • Kristian Steenstrup: Teaching Brass, 2nd revised edition
    An Interesting read on the theory of playing and teaching brass. I found this book to be helpful in understanding things I already sensed, had been taught and discovered for myself. Includes interesting info on the teaching of Arnold Jacobs.
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    Here are a few photos of me playing instruments other than the trombone.