Manny, Got a quick question... in Charlier #1, the slurred section that begins (Bb trumpet key): A Bb A B A, there are leaps from A to top line F and then from A to A above the staff. In the book, it looks like those leaps are to be slurred, but on Clyde Hunt's recording, it sounds like he is tonguing the top notes. (I am aware of but have not heard David Baldwin's recording.) I'm curious as to which (slurred or tongued) is the preferred/accepted/intended method of playing that passage, in particular, the top-line F and A above the staff. It's a minor detail, but I'm just trying to reconcile a recording with the printed music. Thanks!