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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by BrassBandMajor, Dec 28, 2015.
I would love to have an 1857 version!
I like old cornet methods.
I agree! Mine is in 3 languages and has pics and descriptions 2 cornets, shows an alto horn. I like the idea of spiral bound. But otherwise as long as it is a complete edition what does it matter which one?
the second one I have, and it's reasonably priced.... http://www.amazon.com/Arbans-Complete-Conservatory-Method-Trumpet/dp/0486479552
And like others have said, get it spiral bound at Staples, etc.
It cost me $10 to get it done but was a brilliant idea. Now I'm into the book for $50 but it will last and much easier to use.
Go with the one with the plastic binding. Opens up much easier, and stays open. The Platinum.
This is the one I have--had it since the 60s. There are others of this same edition on eBay. Arban's Complete Conservatory Method for Trumpet Cornet New American Edition | eBay
Buy This one:
Also comes with CD piano accompaniment of Arbans Fantasies and Airs Varies. Mine doesn't collapse my Manhasset stand. Too, such is annotated by Claude Gordon. It's a Carl Fischer publication list priced at $39.95 in 2007 when I bought it at shop near Potomac Mills in Northern VA. I bought it on sale 20% off. I wore out my pre-owned one in college.
Method for the Cornet (Arban, Jean-Baptiste) - IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music
It doesn't collapse my laptop, which the hard copy can if I don't have the screen tilted just right.