The best play books you play in ?

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  1. 12erlgro

    12erlgro Pianissimo User

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  2. rettepnoj

    rettepnoj Fortissimo User

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    Arturo Sandoval Playing Teqniques vol 2 & 3, Charlier, Schlossberg, Vern Reynolds, Earl Irons and Getchell! They work for me:-)
     
  3. Lil2prove

    Lil2prove New Friend

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    The Clarke book is a great book!
     
  4. Dale Proctor

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    Schlossberg - it builds upper and lower range and flexibility between the two.
     
  5. TrumpetMD

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    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.
     
  6. rowuk

    rowuk Moderator Staff Member

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    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.
     
  7. Markie

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    Various Aebersolds.
    To learn standards and work on improv skills.
     
  8. BergeronWannabe

    BergeronWannabe Piano User

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    St. Jacome and Gatti
     

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