Arbans Curriculum

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  1. John Lamkin

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    Hey Folks,

    Years ago I remember seeing a lesson plan curriculum for using the Arbans in private lessons. It was a group of suggested lesson plans for 12 or 15 weeks that covered different parts of the book simultaneously. Lately (over the past several years), I have not been able to fine it. Have any of you heard or seen groups of lesson plans to use with the Arbans? If so, I would like to have a copy. If any of you have one, or know where to get one, please let me know. I would love to get my hands on it again.

    Thanks.

    John
     
  2. dlewis

    dlewis Piano User

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    Hello John how are you Long time no see

    Dennis Lewis
     
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  4. wiseone2

    wiseone2 Artitst in Residence Staff Member

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    Contact Eric Bolvin.
    The name of his book is "The Arban Manual." It covers the Arban book in 69 lessons. You will enjoy Eric's thoroughness in putting together a manual for the completion of the WHOLE Arban book.
    Enjoy,
    Wilmer
     
  5. John Lamkin

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    Thanks Wilmer, how do I get in contact with Eric Bolvin?

    John
     
  6. wiseone2

    wiseone2 Artitst in Residence Staff Member

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    Click on the Links above.....between Calendar and Employment. Go to Trumpet Resources.
    There's a link there.
    Wilmer
     
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  7. John Lamkin

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    Cool,

    Thanks.

    John
     
  8. TrentAustin

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    Hi John,

    Good to see you online! I think we played together at the jam sessions at ITG, correct?

    best,

    T
     
  9. John Lamkin

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    Right,

    I ran the AAJC Jam Session in the Hilton on that Thursday evening. I had my son John on drums, Omari Ramier for Basltimore on Bass and Onaje Allan Gumbs on piano. Also I had William Smith on tenor (he has the jazz program at American U. in DC), Brian Perez on tenor (he is on the faculty at UMES where I teach) and Toney Williams on alto (he is from Philly and runs a Jazz Summer camp). We had a ball! Thanks for sitting in, you sounded great! There was a lot of spirit up in there thagt night!!!!!

    Lets stay in touch. Do you teach in Boston?

    John
     
  10. TrentAustin

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    Yeah, I live in Salem and have a studio here (and pretty soon in boston as well). I think we played at Rowan in the 06 sessions, and had a blast.

    Your son is a wonderful player. We've never played together but I'm really hoping that we can soon. Is he still in Boston?

    Regards,

    T
     

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