How to Play a Baritone Horn : How to Play an E Flat Major Scale on a Baritone Horn

Now we have the E Flat major scales, another very popular scale for brass. We’ll try E Flat one more.


Now we have the E Flat major scales, another
very popular scale for brass. We’ll try E Flat one more time.

38 thoughts on “How to Play a Baritone Horn : How to Play an E Flat Major Scale on a Baritone Horn”

  1. While it does show poor musicianship, and his sound quality and support are poor as well, it is a E Flat Major Scale (Bass Clef or Transposed to F on Treble Clef). I agree, Expert Village should be shot for showing this.

  2. An expert would not try to begin this scale with 1 and 3. Not even a shitty high school player. "For two decades he has lent his varied talents to innumerable projects in the music industry." I'm sure he did………..

  3. you should try controlling your breath 🙂 just a suggestion ive found that it helps me alot when it come to playing my euphonium 🙂

  4. Hi guys. How do I reach hight notes? My highest note is G, if I go higher than it it makes wierd sounds. Any suggestions?

  5. I play a 4 Key Baritone too. The only Brass instrument in our Orchestra with 4 Keys <3
    Baritones FTW, and btw I played the Baritone for 1 Year now and Im going into Wind Ensamble because I know more than 6 Scales in FBA Format. This guy sucks.

  6. Ageed, My band plays to the ninth and i can play scales like this easily by doing it once in quarter notes , then twice in eighth notes

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