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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by 12erlgro, Nov 21, 2010.
Arturo Sandoval Playing Teqniques vol 2 & 3, Charlier, Schlossberg, Vern Reynolds, Earl Irons and Getchell! They work for me
The Clarke book is a great book!
Schlossberg - it builds upper and lower range and flexibility between the two.
If I base my answer on how much time I've spent in a particular book, then I have to go with Clarke's Technical Studies.
A Hymnbook. 700+ easy 4-part tunes suitable for building phrasing, articulation, transposition, midrange chops and grateful audiences. Can also be used to start improvising as the chord changes are predictable and simple.
To learn standards and work on improv skills.
St. Jacome and Gatti