At least my brass playing elders... Through no fault of my own, I've become a tenor horn player. I'm reasonably certain that I'm the only one for a hundred miles, and I might be the only one for several hundred miles. I've played saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, and violin at various times, but I'm very, very new on tenor. There have to be people here who know more about the horn than I do. To start with, how do you structure practice for this thing? On trumpet, one is advised to do a half-hour at a time, and on sax you basically stop when the neighbours call the cops. I'm guessing that the horn is somewhere in between, but I don't know, and I have nobody to ask, except the revered and eminent citizens of TheMouthpiece.com. So... how do you warm up on this thing? What goes into a practice session? I'm mostly playing brass quintet material, pretending to be a French Horn, if that makes any difference.