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Recreational trumpet players and their teachers
Band Directors without a brass background
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Thanks Ivan. Nice book.
I previously had purchased “My Friend the Trumpet” and “750 Years of Music for Trumpet” in their bound version. Will they come out as an ebooks as well in the future?
@SSmith1226 Thank you for your kind words.
No plans at the moment to bring out an eBook version of "My Friend the Trumpet". Some of that material is in this new eBook.
I am currently revising and expanding "750 Years of Music for Trumpet" into "300+ Melodies from 750+ Years". This new collection, whilst produced for trumpet, will also target all treble clef instruments - flute, clarinet, saxophone, horn, violin etc. Being an old fogey, I tend to prefer hard copy, but find myself reading the computer screen when playing my daily suggestions. So not sure yet whether to do an e version of this - the file is huge!
By the way, if anyone wants to join my daily suggestions, I post a new melody each day to be played at 10:00AM or 7:00PM whilst holding someone dear to you in your thoughts.
This notification is posted daily on the Trumpet4Fun Face book page https://www.facebook.com/Trumpet4Fun/ or contact me to be included in the email notifications.
Further to what I wrote above, we are making a Beta version of the "300+ Melodies from 750+ Years" available as a free download especially for those hurt financially by our current crisis.
Here is the link to the music book:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ozjjpe1jkfqxsjc/300%2B Melodies Beta.pdf?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR1AdRM9Uy04UwDD4-v_IA9KZPCzD3BdFH6kGoxD8n1Q19KoIIfa71cQtYE
Of course those who are still earning are encouraged to make a donation to trumpet 4 fun (it is a not for profit public charity) by following this link
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