Which Arban?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by misty.sj, Aug 8, 2008.

  1. BergeronWannabe

    BergeronWannabe Piano User

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    Can't seem to find it...can anyone help?
    Edit: never mind, found it. Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Aug 9, 2008
  2. doromo

    doromo New Friend

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  3. oldlou

    oldlou Forte User

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    When I had to replace my elderly brown cover Arbans manual the only edition that I could find was the red cover Fischer edition that was solid bound. I took it to a local copy center,( Kinkos ), where they cut it and spiral bound it. What a fabulous difference.


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  4. misty.sj

    misty.sj Forte User

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  5. Trumpet Dad

    Trumpet Dad Pianissimo User

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    $57 is a heck of a lot of money for the Vizzutti book. It is the same book as the popular red cover book (for $30) but with additional explanations from Alan and it also includes Vizzutti's Carnival of Venus.

    As for the 1879 version of Arbans, most of the exercises are the same, but the duets are completely different and not as good as the later versions.
     
  6. Trumpet Dad

    Trumpet Dad Pianissimo User

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    What a great idea! Off to Kinko's I go...:play:
     
  7. note360

    note360 Piano User

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    I may do this...
     
  8. Huff-Puff

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    You might be interested to know that a new version of the 14 studies is soon to be available. It will come with 14 newly composed accompaniments (in print) and have a cd with the accompaniments at 3 different speeds. It will also have performances of each and every study. I've heard all the accompaniments (I recorded the performances) and they are fantastic. Each one is in a slightly different style including Latin (for No 8), Romantic (big Rachmaninoff) Waltz etc etc look out for them! (BrassWind Publications)
     
  9. ManGo

    ManGo Pianissimo User

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    Got my copy spiral bound today - what a great idea; sick of trying to read around the curve/having the thing fall off the stand.
     
  10. cornetguy

    cornetguy Mezzo Forte User

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    Just tried the link and it don't work.
     
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