The "Project" is done: Arnold Jacobs to go, please

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Manny Laureano, Mar 26, 2006.

  1. Manny Laureano

    Manny Laureano Utimate User

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    It was a combined effort of proofing that started with me and ended elsewhere. Yeah, after I saw the first printing, I said "There's a wee bit more to do, I'm afraid...". The next edition should be better. It turned out to be a bigger job than I thought; truly a full time gig if you want it perect. We'll catch more next time.

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  2. Bill Dishman

    Bill Dishman Piano User

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    The Project

    Mr. Laureano...thanks for the response. Please understand how much I truly like the Lasting Changes book. Ultimately it is the content that for me is the ultimate goal. As a long time Arnold Jacobs fan, I found the book to be excellent. Definitely something to have as a good resource and source of inspiration. Please pass along my congratulations to Luis as well.

    Bill Dishman
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    (small fish in a small pond)
     
  3. KJaeger

    KJaeger Pianissimo User

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    I received my copy of this wonderful book this week, and I am grateful to all who participated in publishing it. I just started lessons with another Jacobs student (David Zuercher, principal here in Colorado Springs), and so the book really resonates as I recognize the same concepts that he is introducing to me. He fully credits Mr. Jacobs with transforming his career, and there is a nice big poster of Jacobs in his studio (the cover photo from Song and Wind) as an inspiration during our lessons.

    Manny, thanks for helping Mr. Lubriel share his project with all of us!
     
  4. Clint Rhodes

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    I just got the book this week. I'm only half of the way through it but I've really enjoyed it so far and have found a lot enlightening things in it. I've ordered the Rhythmical Articulation book by P. Bona for solfege that Jacobs recommends. Singing hasn't really ever been something that I've done (no choir or anything), so I look forward to trying this out and getting it into my playing.


    Thanks so much Mr. Loubriel for putting this together and Mr. Laureano for helping it along. :thumbsup:
     

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