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    What do you call this style of playing?

    http://www.zshare.net/audio/5955946660317bc6/

    Short wav sample from a score. Also, that's a trumpet, right?
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    Re: What do you call this style of playing?

    Sounds like flutter tonguing on a trumpet. It could also be double-tonguing in a very reverberant room.

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    Re: What do you call this style of playing?

    Sounds like a trumpet double tonguing to me, but it's hard to tell with such a short clip and so much reverberation.

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    That sounds like Flutter tounging on a trumpet with either cup or harmon mute.

    Its like saying rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr(spanish R ) while you play which gives it a growl sound.
    Dont confuse that with growling though (another trumpet technique commonly used in jazz)... Flutter tounging and growling are two very different things

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