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Method for the Advanced Trumpeter

By Pierre Thibaud

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Trumpet
Composed by Pierre Thibaud. With Standard notation. Published by Balquhidder Music (CF.BQ74).

Item Number: CF.BQ74

ISBN 0825848571.

Issued in three volumes, this method adds to the long and distinguished line of French contributions to trumpet pedagogy. Pierre Thibaud is one of the most respected and recognized performers and teachers in the trumpet world. He has served as principal trumpeter in the Israel Philharmonic, soloist with the Grande Republicaine band and was solo trumpeter of the Paris Opera Orchestra for thirty years. The aim of these extraordinary books is to guide serious students of the instrument in developing their technical facility and musicality. Subjects covered in Mr. Thibaud's method include Pedal notes, Trills, Circular Breathing, Isotonic Exercise, Reliability and much more. Mastery of this material will prepare the player for many of the most challenging works in the modern concert and chamber music repertoires. This is an ideal set of books for serious students and teachers of the trumpet.

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  • November 28, 2008 Trumpet End Game

    If you want to master the trumpet completely, here's how I would do it: 1. Work through some early stuff such as the Rubank methods. 2. Move on to the Bible, the Arban's method. (Eric Bolvin's excellent outline of how to get through the Arban method in...

    69 weeks is appropriate here.) In addition to Arban's, work on the Clarke's Technical Studies. 3. As supplements to things missing in Arban and Clarke, add the three volumes of the Allen Vizzutti Trumpet Mehtod. 4. Work through all six books of the Anthony Plog Program. 5. Get this book! Is it tough? For sure! But it's great. For example, I've never seen better exercises for developing the pedal register--and keeping a consistent embouchure through all registers. An excellent must-have, but really advanced method!

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