That time of year in the States is fast approaching when we celebrate Independence day by playing a "tune" commemorating the Russians "defeating" the French in 1812. I've been assigned the solo/1st cornet/fluegelhorn, part. The arrangement is by Mayhew L. Lake. The copyright on my part is 1928!!!!! It has ALL of the cue parts in it and lots of tremolos to save space for all the "superfluous" cues written in. The score, once white, now beige, is tediously aggravating to read. There is not one multi bar rest!!!!!! There are cues written over top my written part!!! The paper is so oily and dog-eared from handling, making relevant notations is difficult. AND, SOMEONE USED PEN AND HIGHLIGHTER!!!!!!! My question is, is there a more modern printing of this arrangement? My searching has turned up zip, zero, nada so far. Thanks!