|Difference between a lip trill and a valve trill||00h:00m:06s|
|Demonstration of tongue position for a lip trill||00h:00m:31s|
|Demonstration of a regular valved trill||00h:00m:45s|
|Demonstration of a lip trill||00h:00m:52s|
|Example of a lip trill in West Side Story||00h:01m:57s|
|Lower register: combination of a lip trill and shaking||00h:02m:14s|
New World Symphony trumpet fellow Travis Peterson shares his tips on performing lip trills
Travis Peterson is currently Principal Trumpet of the Utah Symphony. He joined the orchestra in January, 2013. Prior to his work in Utah, Mr. Peterson was a Fellow with the New World Symphony. Mr. Peterson received a bachelor of Music from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where he studied with Edmund Cord, and a graduate degree from the New England Conservatory where he studied Ben Wright and Tom Rolfs.