2013 Arbans….Is it the Same???

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  1. TrumpetNY

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    Is the new 2013 version the same as the classic red cover I used to have? I need to buy a new copy and I'm afraid that the new one isn't the same as the classic Arbans. I have read that it includes several pages of new music. I would really prefer to get the original. Does anyone know a store that still carries the classic red version of Arbans?

    Thanks in advance

    Anthony
     
  2. Sethoflagos

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  3. Buck with a Bach

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    Red? Mine was kinda beige with blue printing:-?:oops:
     
  4. Rapier

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    Mine too.
     
  5. tjcombo

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    Yes. I bought an Arbans labelled Platinum Edition last year and so far page and exercise numbers have matched.
     
  6. kehaulani

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    Buck - the red is the "classic" edition. You and I, and the blue version . . . we're "vintage". :D
     
  7. Peter McNeill

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    Read "Old" =( PreColour = B&W TV version)
     
  8. kehaulani

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    Hey man - I dig B&W TV. The reception with my rabbit ears is much better than with color.
     
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  10. kehaulani

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    If I'm not mistaking, there's an edition that Claude Gordon and/or Herbert L. Clark edited to correct some misunderstandings or ambiguities in the original text. Might be worth checking out if one is not conversant enough with the Arban to work in it without additional directions.
     

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