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 The GHS Masterclass & Schumann Special (EN Subtitles)

After about a year of work, we are very pleased to announce to you our extensive online masterclass. In a total of 83 videos, divided into seven chapters, we would like to present you an extensive wealth of knowledge about "the soul of the orchestra".

We wish you a lot of fun and success with our course!

GHS, February 2022

Chapter 1: Warm Up
Chapter 2: Basic exercises
Chapter 3: Advanced exercises
Chapter 4: Special Topics
Chapter 5: About the French Horn (feat. Gebr. Alexander)
Chapter 6: Horn Talk
Chapter 7: The Schumann concert piece for four horns

Chapter I: Warm Up

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Premiumkurs Introduction

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Premiumkurs Breathing

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Premiumkurs Buzzing

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Premiumkurs Noodling

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Premiumkurs Flow

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Premiumkurs Sound

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Premiumkurs Flexibility

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Premiumkurs Scales

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Premiumkurs Stability

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Premiumkurs Strength

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Premiumkurs Lip Trills

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Premiumkurs Double Tongue

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Premiumkurs Recommended Reading

All exercises as PDF file

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Premiumkurs Noten – Download

Chapter II: Horn Basics

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Premiumkurs Embouchure

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Premiumkurs Breathing

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Premiumkurs Tonguing

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Premiumkurs Sound

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Premiumkurs Strength

Chapter III: Advanced Techniques

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Premiumkurs Tonguing Speed

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Premiumkurs Sound

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Premiumkurs Slurs

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Premiumkurs High Range

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Premiumkurs Gadgets

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Premiumkurs Embouchure

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Premiumkurs Articulation

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Premiumkurs Airflow

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Premiumkurs Dynamic

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Premiumkurs Flexibility

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Premiumkurs Lower Range

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Premiumkurs Intonation

Chapter IV: Special Topics

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Premiumkurs Embouchure Break

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Premiumkurs Stopping

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Premiumkurs Yoga für Musiker

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Chapter V: About the french horn

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Premiumkurs Brass vs gold brass

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Premiumkurs Hand hammered bells

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Premiumkurs Optimizations

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Premiumkurs Lifetime

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Premiumkurs Detachable bell

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Premiumkurs Tuning Slides

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Premiumkurs Laquering

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Premiumkurs Experiments

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Premiumkurs Condensating Water

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Premiumkurs Valves

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Premiumkurs Polishing

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Premiumkurs Triple horns

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Premiumkurs Production process

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Premiumkurs Intonation

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Chapter VI: From the musicians' life

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Premiumkurs Starting together

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Premiumkurs Collective sound

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Premiumkurs Mental preparation

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Premiumkurs Interaction

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Premiumkurs Daily practice

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Premiumkurs Concert repertoire

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Premiumkurs Auditions

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Premiumkurs Study music?

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Premiumkurs Chamber Music

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Premiumkurs Warming Up

Chapter VII: Robert Schumann - Concertpiece for 4 Horns and Orchestra, Op.86

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Premiumkurs Overview

In the winter of 1849, Robert Schumann celebrated this sonority in his Concertstück or Concert Piece for Four Horns. Despite its name, it is a true concerto in three movements for not one soloist but — in the spirit of the old concerto grosso form like Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos — a quartet of them.

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In the winter of 1849, Robert Schumann celebrated this sonority in his Concertstück or Concert Piece for Four Horns. Despite its name, it is a true concerto in three movements for not one soloist but — in the spirit of the old concerto grosso form like Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos — a quartet of them.

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Premiumkurs Concertpiece Talk 2

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About the Teacher

German Hornsound

Christoph Eß, Sebastian Schorr, Stephan Schottstädt und Timo Steininger, besser bekannt als das Hornquartett German Hornsound, sind die Dozenten dieses Meisterkurses.


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