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Published on Jul 12, 2010
This video takes a closer look at some common misconceptions about how brass embouchures are best taught and developed. The five embouchure myths discussed are:
1. You should model your embouchure based on your teacher's or a famous player's embouchure. 2. Embouchures are too complex to analyze. 3. There are no embouchure problems, only breathing problems. 4. The best way to develop your embouchure is through a purely musical approach. 5. The mouthpiece should be placed centered with more top lip inside the mouthpiece.