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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by mrfabulous963, Dec 15, 2005.
Same here, I've heard great things about.
Wish I could get my hands on one.
1. Casual Double High "C"
2. Bob Odneal
3. 'Cause I wrote it!!!!
Books I teach from as well.
27 Groups of Exercises -Earl D. Irons
Daily Drills and Technical Studies-Max
CHARLIER 36 ETUDES & TRANSCENDANTES
Psyco-Cybernetics Maxwell Malz
The Inner Game of Tennis Tim Gallwey
Both deal with the mental aspect which I believe is the most important and least addressed part of trumpet playing.
didnt we cover this already?
Manny's new book...
Yea, Manny, are you ever going to make a trumpet book?
And if you do it'll be free to all TM members, right?
Let's hope so.
Had you asked: "What's your favourite brass book?", I would have answered:
Herbert L. Clarke: How I became a cornetist
(also called: A Cornet-Playing Pilgrim's Progress)