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It has been the aim of the writers to develop a method in which the material is arranged logically from the standpoint of (a) rhythmic development, (b) gradual extension of the range, and (c) development of finger dexterity. An effort has been made to keep the amount of explanatory material at a minimum, leaving the method of presentation to the instructor, who, through frequent contact with the individual pupil, is best qualified to determine the most efficient procedure. This has also allowed a greater amount of space for tunes and musical exercises. Written by Jaroslav Cimera and Nilo W. Hovey.
A companion to this book
170 ORIGINAL STUDIES FOR TROMBONE