Twelve all-new exercises and tracks with three variations per exercise. Take your playing and your warm-up to the next level with the latest new book in Michael’s groundbreaking warm-up series. Absolute efficiency and maximum results make the new 10 Minute Warm-Up a must have for all brass players. Available for trumpet or trombone.
“This is the ‘NYC street cart, egg and cheese on a roll’ of warm-up routines—quick, satisfying and efficient. These exercises reinforce the daily fundamental practice needed to be a successful and reliable musician.”
—David Krauss Principal Trumpet, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
“I saw the Tijuana Brass TV specials and thought
the trombone player was really cool. He was in the background
and then he would jump out and play a solo.
I thought that would fit my personality. ”
The word virtuoso tends to be used quite liberally in this day and age. On occasion, the recipient of this high praise is actually worthy of the moniker. Such is the case with our artist of the month for December, the great Bob McChesney.
Hip-BoneMusic is proud to wrap up our 2013 bone2pick series by sitting down with one of the true virtuosos of the trombone. Bob touches on a wide range of topics including his early years growing up in Maryland, getting a business degree from SUNY Fredonia, the Paul Anka years, his extraordinary ability to play fast, his phenomenal rendition of the Carnival of Venice, what it’s like to live and work in LA and what the future holds for himself and the music business in general. Cap off your bone2pick year with some inspiring and energizing words from one of the all-time greats.
Happy Holidays and a very prosperous 2014 from all of us here at Hip-Bone Music.
Hip-Bone Music is proud to announce the release of our latest Hip-BoneU online lesson featuring internationally renowned recording artist and LA studio great Mr. Andy Martin. Whether it’s the importance of time and pitch, the ability to listen, quality of attacks, blending with the lead trumpet and lead alto, Andy covers all the aspects of what it takes to be a stellar lead trombone player. Take advantage of Andy’s insight and knowledge and find out what has made him one of the great lead trombone players anywhere in the world.
Arguably the most recorded trumpet player of all time, the legendary and iconic Mr. Chuck Findley sits down with Michael to discuss his concept of sound and how he goes about achieving it on a daily basis. Chuck generously shares his insight and expertise on the use of air, proper breathing, maximizing your sound in all registers and how to deal with perfect pitch. Highlights of Chuck’s astounding career have included the legendary flugelhorn solo on the Carpenter’s mega hit Close To You, George Harrison’s Concert For Bangladesh, years with Johnny Carson and Jay Leno on the Tonight Show and recordings with Frank Sinatra, Steely Dan, Toto, Joni Mitchell, the Rolling Stones, Al Jarreau, Elton John, Tina Turner and Miles Davis to name just a few. Hip-BoneU is honored to present this lesson from one of the world’s greatest brass players.
Hip-Bone Music’s cutting edge educational video series continues with a dynamic lesson from one of the young lions of the ultra competitive New York jazz scene, Mr. Ryan Keberle. Ryan has achieved international acclaim as both a member of the grammy award winning Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra and as a solo recording artist. His three solo CDs have garnered critical and popular success, culminating in his latest release, Catharsis—Music Is Emotion. A graduate of both the Manhattan School of Music and the Juilliard School, Ryan is currently the director of jazz studies at Hunter College in New York City. His immense talent as an educator are at the forefront in this Hip-BoneU video as Ryan gives a comprehensive overview of trombone playing with focus on physical and mental awareness, sound and articulation, focused listening and musical flow/vocabulary.
Hip-BoneU is proud to announce the release of our latest instructional video featuring the brilliant trombonist Marshall Gilkes. A true virtuoso by any measure, Marshall generously shares his approach to incorporating pedal tones into his playing and writing. He breaks down his approach in basic, fundamental exercises that will enable all of us to improve our use of pedal tones in any type of playing. Marshall demonstrates his technical prowess through his own compositions, as well as those by Michael Brecker and Joshua Redman. An energizing and inspiring lesson by one of the true greats.
A clear and comprehensive approach from one of today’s top jazz instrumentalists on how to approach the most important of all jazz progressions. Internationally renowned solo artist/Vanguard Jazz Orchestra trumpet soloist Scott Wendholt gives us his invaluable insight and approach on how he plays the blues. Scott touches on every aspect of the blues, from solid fundamentals and basics to more advanced harmonic subtleties. A tremendous resource for jazz players of every level.
Crush your next recital with Michael Davis’ newest books Bone Kill and Trumpet Kill. Five suites for solo trombone or trumpet in the style of Bone Man Walking, Trombone Institute of Technology and Michael’s other acclaimed compositions. See product page for video/audio performances and more info.
“Bravo Michael! As a trumpet player and a trombone player, I have played everything you can imagine. Trumpet/Bone Kill will challenge the best of players and develop stamina, flexibility and technique. I highly recommend this book!”
—Chuck Findley LA Studio Virtuoso/International Recording Artist
A dynamic, informative lesson on the art of lead trumpet playing by the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra’s lead trumpet player extraordinaire, Nick Marchione. Nick shares his invaluable insight on the fundamentals and subtleties of great lead playing, as well as a comprehensive discussion on great lead players of the past. Currently on tour with Prince, Nick also delves into how this approach carries beyond big band playing and into the world pop/rock music. A must for any lead player on any instrument.
Ready to add the CHA to your brass playing arsenal? What’s a CHA you ask? Check out Nick Marchione’s enlightening instructional video on the Art of the CHA.