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
 
     
       
         

          A Tune A Day For Trumpet Or Cornet Book One reviews verified by reevooReevoo

          Easy to read
          8.7
          Quality of content
          8.5
          Value for money
          9.0
          Overall rating
          8.8
          Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 6 reviews
          8 out of 10

          David

          Somersham Cambs GB I'm Brass crazy
          +
          It is easy for young people to understand.
          No frills like CD's which can waste time and be off putting .
          It helps to like pupil with teacher.
          Much better than the new version!!
          Perhaps it should start with the note C instead of G. But this can be solved by working backwards on the first few lessons
          Some of the tunes are now out of date for modern youngsters
          Confirmed purchase: 06 March 2015
          Published on: 20 March 2015
          8 out of 10

          lesley

          sleaford GB
          +
          Book two brings everything together from book 1 easy to read plus daily exercises. Both books are really all you need to get to a very acceptable level of playing with diligent practice
          No
          Confirmed purchase: 12 December 2014
          Published on: 14 January 2015
          10 out of 10

          Margaret

          Newbury GB
          +
          Excellent book all round
          Reviewer left no comment
          Confirmed purchase: 05 February 2014
          Published on: 22 June 2014

          Musicroom Reviews

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          Review
          4
          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)
          4
          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)
          3
          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 - ()
          4
          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)
          5
          Excellent old fashioned book structured to assist starting learning to play cornet - made great progress using this book - very pleased
          Anonymous - (Larne, United Kingdom)
          4
          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)
          5
          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)
          5
          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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