Elementary Studies for Trumpet & Setting Up Drills by Herbert L Clarke

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  1. trumpetfart123

    trumpetfart123 Pianissimo User

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    Hi would anybody have any links for a free download for any of the above books?

    Many thanks
    Trumpet Fart:cool:
     
  2. mush-mouth

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    Those resources are still protected under copyright, so if you want them, you'll need to buy, beg, borrow or steal, and I doubt anyone on this forum is going to help you with that last option by posting a link in this thread.
     
  3. BrotherBACH

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    There is a leagally down-loadble verison of Arbans (The Trumpet Bible).

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  4. trumpetfart123

    trumpetfart123 Pianissimo User

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    Copyrights are so over rated
     
  5. veery715

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    Then don't write anything for a living. Folks who invent physical objects can get patents. Intellectual property - prose, poetry, music, etc, needs to have the rights of the originator protected, otherwise there will be no incentive for creating such, and our world would be a much sadder place without it.
     
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  6. gmonady

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    ALSO, they dammed well earned it!
     
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  7. mctrumpet98

    mctrumpet98 Pianissimo User

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    To follow on from that.

    Why don't you put yourself in the shoes of the owners of these works? Imagine if you invested all your time and effort into preparing a work, be it music or film or literature, just to have people take it and use it for free? You'd spend all that time and money investing into the writing and editing and publishing, and receive nothing in return. Simply put, imagine how much that would suck. So why don't you open up your wallet and go pay the people for what they did?

    I'm sure you'd like to be paid every time you went to work.
     
  8. Pete

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  9. BrotherBACH

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    As someone who has written a text book and does support my family off such endeavors I am most displeased with the attitude. The sacrifices that go into writing a text book or any book are enormous. But, hopefully, they are well worth in the end when you can say to your wife and kids: "Here is a nice royalty check to help pay our bills."

    I am done with these post so I do not say something inappropriate.

    Best Wishes to all.

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  10. Phil986

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    It seems the internet age has made the disregard for creators of non physical works even worse. Every kid seems to think they can get a free download for whatever it is they need at the moment and they feel it's perfectly normal to systematically try to do that. I'm totally with Brother Bach on this one. These books are not expensive, they're worth the money. My teacher passes books onto me quite often and I pay for them. I find it perfectly normal.
     

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