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I have been playing Tenor for a while, and have gotten pretty good. Recently i have started doubling on a bari. The other day i played my tenor and on most of the upper register i squeak when i change between the notes. could this be a result of the bari??
 

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would be strange, because you need a looser embouchure on bari than on tenor. I don't have that problem.

Do you place your fingers differently now? that can make you squeak. Maybe put the bari aside for a few days, work on the tenor and see if the problem persists.
 

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You'll have a different ombisure for different instruments. It's best to play each one a few minutes and then switch back and forth until you feel comfortable making the switch. I've done it with alto, tenor and clarinet. You just need a little practice, it'll make the transitions much easier.
 

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SBramblett said:
i squeak when i change between the notes. could this be a result of the bari??
No. It is probably you. :shock:

To find out, lock the bari in an adjacent room when you play tenor. :D
 

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SBramblett said:
I have been playing Tenor for a while, and have gotten pretty good. Recently i have started doubling on a bari. The other day i played my tenor and on most of the upper register i squeak when i change between the notes. could this be a result of the bari??
this happened to me to i played tenor sax and switched to tuba for a while and when i went back to the sax i squeaked alot while changing notes but i just got use to it again and it all came back to me so i guess just practice
 
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