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A Comparison of the Breath Impulse Method Versus a Traditional Method of Teaching Brass and Woodwind Beginning Band Clas

af Jerry Potter

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Introduction
The quality of any performance is governed by the mastery of the fundamentals.
No band program can be any better than the collective knowledge and mastery of basic
fundamentals by the players. Rhythmic precision, tone quality, pitch accuracy,
intonation, and breath support are all prerequisites to performance on wind instruments.
Teaching success in the classroom and with individual students, as well as outstanding
performances by bands, have provided evidence of a technique which can be used to
accelerate and enhance the learning of all of these - the breath impulse.

According to J.R. McEntyre, one of the originators of the breath impulse system,
the four major benefits of using this system over other teaching strategies are rhythmic
awareness, breath support development, vibrato formation, and instructional efficiency.
(McEntyre 1998) McEntyre further states that most beginning players will adopt a
rhythmic approach almost with their first line in the beginning band book. The breath
impulse method provides a foundation for understanding rhythmic sub-divisions of the
beat, which McEntyre believes is the fundamental problem encountered in teaching
rhythm. (McEntrye 1998) Most beginning band teachers would probably agree that a
"flabby" tone is another major problem to overcome during the student's first year in
band. Again, breath impulse teaching meets this problem squarely and develops in the
student a natural use of the diaphragm. Breath impulse teaching creates a measurable,
discernible difference in tone quality and rhythmic performance, as was proven in
Middleton's comparative study. (Middleton 1967, 65) Breath impulse also establishes the
basic vibrato pulsation that will lead naturally to a breath vibrato used by many musicians.
Finally, breath impulse is a way of making teaching more effective. It saves time by
attacking and resolving major problems in teaching beginning and intermediate band
students. Breath impulse is a method of teaching not only rhythm, but also proper breath
support and vibrato by emphasizing involvement with performing durations of sound that
are represented in music notation.
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