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#beginquote# Common problem. You must not bite down on the reed. Instead, move fast air. You can do this by arching your tongue (think EE). You must have enough reed in your mouth also. The B is the most difficult, but is often the first upper register note attempted. Try the F or G instead, and work up and down from there. Do long tones to get strong. If you are using a school horn, it is common that it is out of adjustment, and does not affect the playing much until you cross the break. GOOOOOOROOOOOO #endquote#
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