"Musical Calisthenics For Brass"
Carmine Caruso



November 2, 1904 - May 26, 1987
New York City

When playing an instrument, the musician is dealing with numerous body motions. It's the synchronization
of these motions that produces the desired results. Synchronization requires perfect timing of all muscular
movements. Therefore, timing is of the utmost importance. ------Carmine Caruso (1979)








"Musical Calisthenics For Brass"
Carmine Caruso
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Table of Contents
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Table of Contents (continued)
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Forward (continued)
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This Is Not A Music Method
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The Four Rules
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The Six Notes
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Seconds
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Thirds
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Harmonics
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Fourths
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Six Notes SLS
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Fifths
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Seconds SLS
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Sixths
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Thirds SLS
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Minor 7ths
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Fourths SLS
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Six Notes LSL
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Major 7ths
Fifths SLS
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Seconds LSL
Octaves
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Sixths LSL
Thirds SLS
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Synchronization / Timing
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Synchronization / Timing (continued)
Minor 7ths SLS
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Fourths LSL
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Tonguing
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Timing, Breathing and then Tonguing
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Major 7ths SLS
Fifths SLS
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Chromatic Pedals
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Octaves SLS
Sixths LSL
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Minor 7ths LSL
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Chord Pedals
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Major 7ths
Chord Pedals Ext 1
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Developed C Scale
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Octaves LSL
Chord Pedals Ext2
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Developed C Scale in Triplets
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Chord Pedals Ext 3
REVIEW CHART
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Developed C Scale continued
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Developed C Scale 14s
Developed C Scale 15s
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Developed C Scale
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How To Solve The Seven
Common Physical Problems
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Seven Problems continued
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Seven Problems continued





June 17, 2002