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By James Bastien

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Cornetts all have unique personalities, so be sure to select the fingering for any given note based on optimal sound and intonation for your individual instrument. Beginning to Play Once a player gains a comfortable working hand position, playing the cornett is a joy. Long tones are the natural place to start. 20 These notes require the least number of fingers and respond well for most players. Strive for a smooth, consistent airflow at all times, especially when connecting notes. 21 Make sure that the feather moves gently and is not blown across the room.

Using an appropriate mouthpiece is another consideration. Most players start by using their modern mouthpieces with the natural trumpet, but an adapter is usually needed to fit the shank into the larger leadpipe. 5). The longer shank encases a tapered backbore that compensates for the lack of taper in the leadpipe. These dimensions affect the sound and facilitate the practice of lipping. A shallower mouthpiece does not necessarily aid high-register playing because of the expanded dimensions of the natural trumpet in comparison to a modern trumpet.

This form of the instrument is the basis for the practical information in this chapter. Other cornetts include the straight cornett (same as the curved instrument, but bored out of a single piece of wood with a detachable mouthpiece and no leather covering), the mute cornett (similar to the straight cornett; the mouthpiece is carved into the body of the instrument, which contributes to its burnished tone), the cornettino (a smaller curved cornett pitched in E), and larger alto and tenor cornetts.

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