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  Mouthpiece plates of flute-type wind instruments - Patent 4922793
The mouthpiece plate or a portion thereof is pivotable or movable to provide for incremental adjustments of the movable portion to assist the flutist in establishing the optimum embouchure for his or her facial skeletal and muscular characteristics.
In the third embodiment, the mouthpiece plate may also be tilted to a limited extent about a plurality axes parallel to the longitudinal axis of the flute in a manner similar to the movement of the mouthpiece plate of the second embodiment.
A mouthpiece plate 3 is affixed to the headjoint in a conventional manner, for example, by soldering, and a blow hole 4 is provided through mouthpiece plate 3 and the cylindrical tubular wall of the headjoint 1.
www.freepatentsonline.com /4922793.html   (3016 words)

  Mouthpiece - LoveToKnow 1911
The principal functions of the mouthpiece are (I) to facilitate the production of the natural harmonic scale of the instrument; (2) to assist in correcting errors in pitch as the ear directs; (3) to enable the performer to obtain the dynamic variations whereby he translates his emotional interpretation of the music into sound.
The beating- or single-reed mouthpiece, also known as the clarinet mouthpiece, is likewise of great antiquity; the principle is the same as that of the modern Egyptian arghoul, which has been traced once at least in the hieroglyphics and in a fresco from the tombs at Saqqara.
In the horn, which has a funnel-shaped mouthpiece, the timbre is in complete contrast when the instrument is properly played, 4 being elastic, sonorous and very mellow, qualities which may be attributed to the absence of angle or bottom to the cup, the sides gradually sloping and converging insensibly into the bore of the tube.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Mouthpiece   (1364 words)

 The New Asymmetric Trumpet Mouthpiece
Shallow cup mouthpieces are, therefore, desirable for the former property and undesirable for the latter.
Deep cup mouthpieces are, therefore, desirable for the former property and undesirable for the latter.
The Asymmetric mouthpiece is used in exactly the same manner as a symmetric mouthpiece with one small but important exception; the Asymmetric must be inserted into the trumpet with the convex portion of the cup surface down, so as to be substantially nearer the bottom lip than the top lip of the performer.
www.asymmetric-mouthpiece.freeservers.com /journal_article.htm   (2834 words)

 Mouthpiece Meditations, Part 1
After all, the mouthpiece is where "Boy (or girl) Meets Horn"; you'd expect it to be an area that has been thoroughly explored and all the issues settled.
Translating comfort and functionality into specific mouthpiece hardware is complicated by a number of factors, some of which are general to the whole question, others of which are specific to individuals.
A mouthpiece that works at one point in a person's life may not be the right choice at a later stage.
www.trombone.org /articles/library/mouthpiecemed1.asp   (2179 words)

 Flute mouthpiece - Patent 5435221
The present invention relates to a flute mouthpiece, and, more particularly, to a flute mouth-piece in which a sound cannot possibly be confined inside or become unclear, and with which a clear, vigorous, rich, and loud quality sound can be produced at all times.
However, it was found that, since the degree of taper of the undercut of the hole 3a of a mouthpiece 2a is excessively large, the high-pitched tones of the scale of the flute are not true and the highest pitched tone is not produced.
Since the flute mouthpiece according to the present invention has the above-described structure, the generation of sound is not hindered by an irregular air flow and the straight travel property of a sound does not deteriorate due to interference by a sound wave.
www.freepatentsonline.com /5435221.html   (850 words)

 CH Mouthpiece Blank
The goal was to create a mouthpiece blank of outstanding quality material that was composed of similar chemical components and milled with precision to ensure consistency in dimension and design.
This approach to mouthpiece manufacture was required in order to replicate the Chedeville mouthpiece tonal characteristics of sound.
Mouthpiece designed to replicate the Chedeville tonal characteristics of sound, focus, response, timbre, and evenness in the registers.
www.chadashclarinet.com /mouthpiece.htm   (153 words)

The "lay" or "table" of the mouthpiece is very important, however, it is only one of several factors that contribute to the end result.
The question exists as to whether the material in the rubber mouthpiece is superior to that made of crystal or plastic (acrylic), and whether the particular material used in a mouthpiece construction contributes heavily to the overall tone production.
Experiments with various mouthpiece materials have concluded that the tone produced by the hard rubber mouthpiece is accepted as the most desirable because the strongest fundamental and stronger and more partials (overtones).
www.tcnj.edu /~mckinney/mouthpiece.htm   (1088 words)

 mouthpiece - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Recorder, the predominant European flute from about 1500 to about 1750, revived and mass-produced in the 20th century; it is an end-blown flute with...
Ocarina, small, egg-shaped flute with a protruding whistle mouthpiece and usually ten finger-holes.
The ocarina is a globular flute, a type of flute...
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=mouthpiece   (123 words)

 Krzysztof Wodiczko
The Mouthpiece "replaces" the immigrant's actual act of speech with the moving image of the immigrant's lips and the sound of the immigrant's voice.
The Mouthpiece allows its owner to compose and pre-record his or her acts of speaking and to replay and reenact it later in a particularly chosen time and place in private or public situations.
The wearer of the alien Mouthpiece is a storyteller who is an expert in technology of speech in the cyberspace era, an alien who has arrived in a xenophobic land and who looks strangely familiar to us who have yet to overcome our speechlessness in the face of our repressed fears.
stuff.mit.edu /afs/athena/course/4/4.395/1995_retired/www/krystof/krystof.html   (1537 words)

 Selecting a Mouthpiece
One should bear in mind that the mouthpiece which comes with an instrument may or may not be suitable for a particular player.
In selecting the best mouthpiece one needs to consider the player's teeth, jaw, and shape of the lips (thickness and width), as well as the strength of the embouchure, the desired tone quality, ease of playing the upper and lower range, endurance, intonation, and the type of playing done most of the time.
Mouthpiece pressure reduces endurance because the blood circulation in the lips is cut off and lip swelling results.
www.osmun.com /reference/schilke1.htm   (1785 words)

 eBay Guides - A Clarinet Mouthpiece Reference
I had tested her mouthpiece and the sound quality from the horn was terrific.
I knew that the mouthpiece that she had was perfectly fine and, I might add, well suited to her particular needs and our budget-we already owned it.
Mouthpieces that are chipped anywhere along the rails or tip rails are unacceptable and must be replaced.
reviews.ebay.com /A-Clarinet-Mouthpiece-Reference_W0QQugidZ10000000001793610   (1356 words)

 Stop Snoring with Dental Appliances (Mandibular Advancement Devices)
Mouthpiece devices -- also known as dental appliances, or mandibular advancement splints -- have been effective for many snorers, including those suffering from mild or moderate obstructive sleep apnea.
A similar study in the UK of 25 heavy snorers found that use of "mandibular advancement appliances," i.e., mouthpieces, was effective in reducing snoring loudness for 84 per cent of the subjects while 76 per cent said they were snoring on fewer nights per week.
The Noiselezz Mouthpiece, a plastic device from Denmark that holds your jaw forward and can be molded to fit your mouth.
www.putanendtosnoring.com /mouthpiece.htm   (826 words)

 Mouthpiece Terms
Originally, saxophone mouthpieces were designed with a single conical chamber which gradually increased in size to the shank.
Some mouthpieces are made with a slight curve (concave) to allow for reed warping and any particles on the back of the reed.
Resistant: A mouthpiece that is hard to push air through, where it almost seems as if the mouthpiece is pushing the air back.
www.mouthpieceworks.com /Terms.html   (2438 words)

 Sax on the Web > Saxophone Mouthpiece
These mouthpieces are usually played with moderate tip openings (the gap between the tip of the reed and tip of the mouthpiece) and reeds in the #3 to #3 1/2 range.
The tone quality of a mouthpiece is influenced more by the shape of the baffle and chamber than by the material from which it is made--though the material does contribute to the tone since the mouthpiece also vibrates.
The problem with recommending a metal mouthpiece to a high school student (or many college students) is that they have not fully developed their embouchure or playing style.
www.saxontheweb.net /Learning/mouthpiece.html   (1456 words)

 Mouthpiece Meditations, Part 2: Glossary of Terms
A mouthpiece that "plays on center" allows the player to hit any desired pitch dead on (neither sharp or flat), with a minimum of adjustments to the combination of mouthpiece/embouchure positioning, body posture, and breath control used to produce the pitch.
A mouthpiece with good response is one that gives more of a feeling of control over what the player is attempting to do with his embouchure.
Portion of the mouthpiece between the cup and the shank, analogous to a flower.
www.trombone.org /articles/library/mouthpiecemed2-gloss.asp   (670 words)

 The New Asymmetric Trumpet Mouthpiece
Deciding on a vertical mouthpiece position is fundamental to playing the trumpet and a decision that is made, sooner or later, by all trumpet players.
Students frequently get their first exposure to the trumpet from primary or secondary school band directors who may not be trumpet players and who may suggest a "half and half" position (half of the mouthpiece on each lip) based on what seems logical to them.
Stated a little differently, as the bottom lip pushes progressively upward, the effective size (vibrating portion) of the upper lip becomes progressively smaller and restricted to tissue that is nearer the aperture as the outermost tissue nearest the rim becomes increasingly immobilized.
www.asymmetric-mouthpiece.com /vertical_mouthpiece_position_and_range.htm   (1251 words)

 “I Was a Mouthpiece for the American Military” (Harpers.org)
In Tikrit, she was based with U.S. troops at a military compound established at one of Saddam's former palaces, where she provided pool coverage for Reuters TV and AP TV (which was fed to other media outlets).
This is “I Was a Mouthpiece for the American Military” by Ken Silverstein, published Friday, July 7, 2006.
Hezbollah is deeply rooted in Lebanon’s political and social life; this excerpt serves as a primer on why that’s the case.
www.harpers.org /sb-i-was-a-mouthpiece-1152219764.html   (1120 words)

 MOUTHPIECE - Definition   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The part of a musical or other instrument to which the mouth is applied in using it; as, the mouthpiece of a bugle, or of a tobacco pipe.
An appendage to an inlet or outlet opening of a pipe or vessel, to direct or facilitate the inflow or outflow of a fluid.
Egmont was imprudent enough to make himself the mouthpiece of their remonstrance.
www.hyperdictionary.com /dictionary/mouthpiece   (179 words)

 7C Trumpet Mouthpiece
These mouthpieces are designed to meet every conceivable playing need and have for nearly three quarters of a century.
Also, if a beginner has inherited a mouthpiece that in any way is dented or misshapen, buying one of these will help the born blow easier and also make it more comfortable play (the tiniest nick on the rim of a mouthpiece can feel like a canyon after extended playing - make sure it's smooth).
A shiny new mouthpiece on a hand-me-down instrument also is motivating to the student (they spend a lot of time in band class comparing equipment) at a pretty reasonable cost.
www.i-love-cats.com /cat-supplies/Cat-11965871-B0002EOJW4-7C_Trumpet_Mouthpiece.html   (334 words)

 Mouthpiece Rims
The rim is the part of the mouthpiece that comes in contact with your chops.
Wider rims have an anchoring effect and may aid in distribution of mouthpiece pressure in the upper register.
If two cup diameters are the same, the mouthpiece with the high point closer to the outside may feel larger.
www.grmouthpieces.com /rim.htm   (628 words)

 Patrick Sheridan: Mouthpiece
The Dillon Sheridan Mouthpiece line is a series of tuba mouthpieces that have reached a new level of excellence in mouthpiece design.
This mouthpiece produces a deep, rich tone which lends itself to high orchestral work and is particularly suited to chamber music and solo playing.
This mouthpiece has a cup shape similar to the S1, however, the cup diameter is closer to that of the S3.
www.patricksheridan.com /mouthpiece.cfm   (732 words)

 Douglas Yeo FAQ: Yeo/Yamaha Mouthpiece
Many mouthpieces currently available give the bass trombone a woofy, uncentered sound which gives the impression of being very large from behind the mouthpiece but which is actually quite unsatisfactory from 50 feet away in the concert hall.
While no one mouthpiece works best for every person in the world, I've been gratified to hear from so many people who have tried this new mouthpiece and have told me, "Yes, this is it!" We bass trombonists have really suffered from a lack of significant research and development into our mouthpieces.
When you look at mouthpieces made by some other manufacturers, you often see that the back bore is not drilled on dead center, and that the rim varies from one mouthpiece to another.
www.yeodoug.com /resources/faq/faq_text/mouthpiece.html   (2576 words)

 Trumpet Mouthpieces Beginner Professional Classical Jazz Legit Trumpet Mouthpiece Sizes Cup Rim Throat Backbore ...
Most musicians are playing on the wrong mouthpiece or choosing incorrectly when it comes to playing a specific job.
This mouthpiece is designed to allow you to express the extreme fortes of Wagner or the delicate pianissimos of Debussy while retaining tonal control.
This is a standard mouthpiece to explore stage work, lead playing, rock music, pop or jazz band or any kind of music where you want the trumpet to ‘cut’ through a group.
www.trumpetstudio.com /mouthpieces.html   (277 words)

 Musician's Friend - Sax/Clarinet Mouthpiece Buying Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Knowing the various mouthpiece components by their function and common names will empower you to make an educated decision about which mouthpiece you need to achieve the sound, feel, and level of precision you want.
Saxophone mouthpieces are typically made of plastic, hard rubber, or metal-usually various alloys of aluminum, brass, and stainless steel.
A plastic (acrylic) mouthpiece usually is a mass-produced unit such as the one that came with your woodwind.
www.musiciansfriend.com /document?doc_id=97869&g=bo&src=3SOSWXXK   (876 words)

 Noiselezz Mouthpiece - Noiselezz Snoring Mouthpiece at AllegroMedical.com
The Noiselezz® Mouthpiece is a simple and effective oral device for use in the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea.
It has been well established that labor accidents as well as traffic accidents and reduced lifespan is immensely related to the prevalence of the common disease snoring.
We recommend that you change the mouthpiece after about 9 months of use, though they often last much longer that that.
www.allegromedical.com /personal-care-c532/noiselezz-mouthpiece-p216835.html   (606 words)

 Mouthpiece Pullers- The Correct Way To Remove A Stuck Mouthpiece   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Students and professionals alike will often add a mouthpiece puller to their stash of equipment to provide a sense of safety when practicing at home or when away on a gig.
Since a stuck mouthpiece can be a big problem and prevent you from closing your instrument's case, it is essential that you have a way to remove the mouthpiece safely while outside of the band room.
The G88 mouthpiece puller is a one piece unit that has only a single screw to turn to apply pressure with.
www.musicedmagic.com /playing-an-instrument/mouthpiece-pullers--the-correct-way-to-remove-a-stuck-mouthpiece.html   (550 words)

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