1 Marching/Concert Band Warm up Chorale Excercises

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These excercises are helpful for developing overall blend and intonation as well as tonguing skills. The initial tuning excercise uses tritones. Because of teh dissonant nature of this interval, student can more easily focus there ears on pitch center. Try it , it works. The following excercises, based on typical circle progressions in major and minor, when done every day aid in harmonic ear training and chordal intonation. Also note that this excecise has been arranged so that brass and woodwind can warm up separately and still have complete chords to listen too if so desired by the director. The rapid tongue excercise on repeated notes, are also essential for developing articulation and motor control. Enjoy and let me know how these excercises work for you. Kendalljason@hotmail.com


JAson KEndall Asst. BAnd Director Award Winning Albert Gallatin High School Band

Score ID
Year of composition
Easy (Grades 1-3)
1 minute
Marching band
Classical music

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