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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by B15M, Jan 20, 2009.
I ordered both books
Are you kidding me??? And i have to pay to get into a band, not be paid?
maybe if people could stand listening to you, you would get paid...
That's how we all started
i can appreciate this b15m, but we didn't all start out as little annoying snot-nosed punks who could learn a lot more if they kept their mouths shut and their ears open like certain posters...
I'd also reccomend the Concone book, as well as some orchestral exceprt books. These keep the literature interesting. And difficult. But they really help you to work out a lot of things technically or tonally on the "real" piece, not just an etude or excercise based off of that.
Practicing can be maintenance or improvement, or a combination of both, bit when time is limited to other things, maintenance is a likely practice to find yourself in, which is fine, it keeps you sharp and on top of things, but it's always nice to mix things up a bit!
You know, Champ, I'm going to keep my mouth shut and stop it before it starts.
No, not me...........
If you guys are going to keep being this mean to me and call me annoying, you might as well change my thing from pianissimo user to annoying user.
Sounds like you have a formula that really works for you and that's great. How do you fit in? I would say very well. We're all trying to figure out how to become better.