Michigan players, help!

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  1. Sauer

    Sauer Pianissimo User

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    I am in need of a southeastern michigan trumpet teacher (lessons). I used to take lessons from Tom? Zarro, but his course was rather easy, so i stopped. My friend said some gentleman named mr. ossett, but i'm curious how the michigan players feel about him if they know him. Also, if you have any suggestions, let me know.

    P.S. Fraser/Roseville/Sterling Heights-ish area.
     
  2. Solar Bell

    Solar Bell Moderator Staff Member

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    What type of lessons do you need?

    "mr. osset" is Ray Oset. (O set) Ray toured with Maynard at one time and also was a co owner of Eastside music a few years ago. He is an excellent player and knows what he is doing.

    Rich Fanning, a great player with a PhD in music teaches at University Liggett schools. Also a great teacher.

    Patrick Hession is also an eastsider who gives lesson, not just in high range either.

    Dave Jennings is also a good teacher.

    PM me for numbers.


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  3. Sauer

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    I mean doing 8th Note rhythm worksheets for 4 months straight and not getting harder even after my parents called to say i wasnt being challenged enough.
     
  4. Solar Bell

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    Always remember.....

    "Wax on......Wax off."


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