Your 2016 Trumpet New Year Goal(s)?

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  1. Tjnaples

    Tjnaples Piano User

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  2. Dennis78

    Dennis78 Fortissimo User

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    Play more! Aquire less!!
     
  3. ♠♥CORNET♣♦

    ♠♥CORNET♣♦ Pianissimo User

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    My goals would be to learn to Shake/Lip Trill and become a better plunger soloist
     
  4. cyber_shake

    cyber_shake Mezzo Forte User

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    More HTOF (Horn Time On Face = thanks, Rich Illman) + enjoying every moment I get to play this fabulous instrument. Started out right with the most enjoyable New Year's Eve gig ... listening as I played Days of Wine & Roses, my new Adams A4 LT - S was sounding sooooo beautiful in my ears = just loved it! Here's to 2016 being the 'year of the trumpet' for all of us (especially Doc Gary Onady)!!
     
  5. rettepnoj

    rettepnoj Fortissimo User

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    Practice my impro and learn to play the Duduk!
     
  6. jazzpik

    jazzpik Pianissimo User

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    My goal exactly!
     
  7. Clarkvinmazz

    Clarkvinmazz Forte User

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    Get into college without having to pay for it the rest of my life!
     
  8. Lukarino

    Lukarino Pianissimo User

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    To become a better musician!
    Also to move up a chair (or chairs) in my high school band, and be able to play that C above the staff consistently. The C should come soon though, I am sounding better and better up there...
     
  9. Tjnaples

    Tjnaples Piano User

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    Tone, endurance, and range. The three items trumpet players always have on their goal list, either to acquire them, or keep them. It's too bad we never arrive and can simply rest on our laurels! ROFL
     

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