A Tune A Day For Trumpet Or Cornet Book One

Books | Trumpet

Publisher: Boston Music
Artist: Paul Herfurth
Series: A Tune A Day
Format: Books | Instrumental Tutor
C. Paul Herfurth. The complete course for beginning trumpet players. Covers everything from tuning and care of the instrument to breathing techniques.
ISBN: 9780711915848
Skill Level: Beginner Explain this
No of pages: 60
Language: English
Catalogue No: BM10264

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          This is a good book to get you started. It has some well known pieces and some tests. You really need a tutor to go through the book with you. If you have a weekly tutor you should get through the book within a year.
          Peter Young - (Gillingham, Kent)
          This book is a first purchase for our daughter who has recently begun the cornet. It is full of well known tunes and is easy to follow. A good purchase.
          Anonymous - (South west, United Kingdom)
          Good, works well with the trombone book in the series and can be used in a group situation. Doesn't move ahead too fast unlike other books, good steady pace. Some tunes are a little old now though.
          Anonymous - ()
          As a beginner, I find this "Tutor" informative, easily read and interpreted, and paced at logical small steps. I cannot compare with any other "Tutor" so thus have placed it at 4 stars.
          Anonymous - (Norwich, United Kingdom)
          Excellent old fashioned book structured to assist starting learning to play cornet - made great progress using this book - very pleased
          Anonymous - (Larne, United Kingdom)
          Really good to work through all the notes gradually. My only slight problem is that there are a lot of christmas carols in there which are not so much fun to play in the summer months!! Otherwise i would really recommend to anyone wanting to start the trumpet/cornet.
          Anonymous - (Potters Bar, United Kingdom)
          Well it is really good except I suppose in my naivety I was expecting it to be an even more straightforward guide to playing the cornet than it is. I think a teacher is required, too. Although my daughter and I both play the piano starting the cornet without a teacher seems more difficult than anticipated. However I do not think this is the book's fault or the seller's - it was my silliness!
          Anonymous - (London, United Kingdom)
          The beginner I gave this too has nothing but praise for this book, as does her tutor.
          Anonymous - (Ely, United Kingdom)

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