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• • • • • • • • Goto page 1, -:: Author Message BeboppinFool Donald Reinhardt Forum Moderator Joined: 28 Dec 2001 Posts: 6187 Location: AVL NC USA Posted: Wed Jan 20, 2010 6:46 pm Post subject: Brandt's 34 Orchestral Etudes for Trumpet As a recession-friendly gesture to the trumpet-playing community: Boptism Music Publishing is pleased to announce our latest release:. It’s a freshly engraved and moderately edited version of the Vacchiano edition of this great trumpet book. GBC binding means it lays flat on your music stand and the binding doesn’t give out like the old-fashioned saddle-stitch binding method. Reinhardt (1908-1989) loved and required it of all his trumpet students. Reinhardt often stated that it was “the best etude book ever written,” and even jokingly quipped that it was “the best thing the Russians ever gave us.” As an introductory offer, you can now get for $7.00, and if you enter the coupon code FreeShipUSA you can get free shipping in the USA. This book is due back from the printer this coming Friday, January 22. The first books will go out on Monday the 25th, the same day this sale ends, so get it now while the gettin' is good.

Thanks for your support of Boptism Music Publishing. SandyJack2008 Veteran Member Joined: 24 Jun 2008 Posts: 138 Location: New Jersey, USA Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 4:40 am Post subject: Thanks! RayVegaNYC Regular Member Joined: 07 Mar 2008 Posts: 74 Location: South Burlington,Vermont Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 5:27 am Post subject: I'm on Brother!!!

Your books are the GREAT. BTW, I'll be adding the ii V books as well. PeaceRV Ray Vega Jazz Performing and Recording Artist Senior Lecturer/The University of Vermont BeboppinFool Donald Reinhardt Forum Moderator Joined: 28 Dec 2001 Posts: 6187 Location: AVL NC USA Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 6:42 am Post subject: RayVegaNYC wrote: I'm on Brother!!! Your books are the GREAT. BTW, I'll be adding the ii V books as well. PeaceRV Ray Vega! How you dooin'???

I will never look that cool when I play. I'm so bummed! I appreciate your support and encouragement, Ray. You're a good man! Cafe du Monde Veteran Member Joined: 07 Aug 2006 Posts: 152 Location: NOLA Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 7:13 am Post subject: I just placed my order!

I can't wait to receive it. Thanks for the discount and free shipping! BeboppinFool Donald Reinhardt Forum Moderator Joined: 28 Dec 2001 Posts: 6187 Location: AVL NC USA Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 9:31 am Post subject: By the way, Clyde Hunt brought to my attention that he has recorded all 34 of the Brandt Orchestral Etudes, so now there's a link to that on same page, also. Jay Lichtmann Heavyweight Member Joined: 08 Apr 2005 Posts: 579 Location: Avon, CT Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:02 am Post subject: I always used the Vachianno edition and was pleased with it. I am wondering what is different or advantageous about this version? Software mod for ps2. I question whether there really needs to be a measure number for each measure?

(Actually, for an etude, do you need measure numbers at all?) Also, why do the key signatures and accidentals look like they are hand written? That sort of hand written font looks kind of 'unprofessional' to my eye.

BeboppinFool Donald Reinhardt Forum Moderator Joined: 28 Dec 2001 Posts: 6187 Location: AVL NC USA Posted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 7:30 pm Post subject: Jay Lichtmann wrote: I always used the Vachianno edition and was pleased with it. I am wondering what is different or advantageous about this version? I question whether there really needs to be a measure number for each measure?

(Actually, for an etude, do you need measure numbers at all?) Also, why do the key signatures and accidentals look like they are hand written? That sort of hand written font looks kind of 'unprofessional' to my eye. Measure numbers are great for teachers working with students.

And numbering every measure saves precious time when zeroing in on specific measures. There are some accidentals that are different. Sometimes less, and sometimes more 'courtesy' accidentals, plus some different enharmonic considerations. The amount of articulations and tempo marks are a cross between Vacchiano and Nagel. And I guess the music of Mozart or Bach looked kind of unprofessional, too, since they wrote out everything by hand.

The font sure isn't Petrucci or Opus, is it? It's Golden Age, and I find it extremely legible. You are the first person to ever make that kind of comment about it. By the way, I think my dog is better looking than your dog, too. But then again, I'm partial to Australian Cattle Dogs. Bottom line is that nobody can please all the people all the time. Some will poo-poo, while others will like and appreciate this edition.

mrwho3421 Veteran Member Joined: 24 Jul 2005 Posts: 373 Location: Reading, PA Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 1:56 am Post subject: What program do you use Bebop?? Andrew Kissling Check out my new arrangements for Solo Trumpet and String Quartet: Jay Lichtmann Heavyweight Member Joined: 08 Apr 2005 Posts: 579 Location: Avon, CT Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 1:08 pm Post subject: BeboppinFool wrote: By the way, I think my dog is better looking than your dog, too.

I like cattle dogs. He/she is good looking, but is in no way better looking than Bix: I am not Poo-Pooing your efforts.

I just like the Vachianno edition, don't really see a need for another and was wondering if your edition had anything in it that was notable. jpetrocelli Heavyweight Member Joined: 22 Oct 2005 Posts: 3145 Location: Northern VA Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 1:45 pm Post subject: I'm with Jay.

The Vacchiano edition is more clear and easy to read. Yours is cheaper though. I guess that's good. Joe Petrocelli Jay Lichtmann Heavyweight Member Joined: 08 Apr 2005 Posts: 579 Location: Avon, CT Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 1:51 pm Post subject: jpetrocelli wrote: I'm with Jay. The Vacchiano edition is more clear and easy to read.

Yours is cheaper though. I guess that's good. Yeah Joe, but you didn't answer the most important question. Who's dog is better looking? jpetrocelli Heavyweight Member Joined: 22 Oct 2005 Posts: 3145 Location: Northern VA Posted: Sat Jan 23, 2010 2:49 pm Post subject: Mine. Joe Petrocelli Crazy Finn Heavyweight Member Joined: 27 Dec 2001 Posts: 6931 Location: Twin Cities, Minnesota Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:07 am Post subject: I would totally jump on this deal - it's very nice.

Unfortunately, I checked, and apparently I already have two copies of the Brandt. I'm not sure where the other one came from. The original (for me) is in a book called 'Masterworks for Trumpet.' That was a pretty awesome collection - but I think it's out of print nowadays. LA Benge 3X Bb Trumpet Selmer Radial Bb Trumpet Yamaha 6335S Bb Trumpet Besson 709 Bb Trumpet Bach 184L Bb Cornet Yamaha 731 Bb Flugelhorn BeboppinFool Donald Reinhardt Forum Moderator Joined: 28 Dec 2001 Posts: 6187 Location: AVL NC USA Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 3:06 pm Post subject: mrwho3421 wrote: What program do you use Bebop??

I use Finale. The 117 Masterworks for Trumpet uses photocopies of a printed book. They didn't use the original plates or negatives, and the printing is not very sharp at all.

It is the Vacchiano edition, by the way. Jay Lichtmann wrote: I am not Poo-Pooing your efforts.

I just like the Vachianno edition, don't really see a need for another and was wondering if your edition had anything in it that was notable. I like the Vacchiano edition too, in spite of its many errors and flaws. I like it better than the Nagel edition. Apparently Nagel thought he could improve on what Vacchiano had done, and while much of what he did was good, I also think he overdid it.

This new edition uses a small amount of what Nagel added, but mostly sticks with what Vacchiano had done with several corrections and some editing liberties. And, quite truthfully, I also wanted to somehow get Dr. Reinhardt's name associated with the book since he loved that book and told me many times he thought it was by far the best trumpet/etude book ever written. I looked at your website, Jay, and read through many of the PDFs of trumpet music you have so generously offered and understand that you are accustomed to and comfortable with the look of the Petrucci font. Personally, I find it very sterile-looking, and think there is more life springing from the page with other choices of music fonts. I also noticed that you revised at least one Arban's study. What about Arban wasn't good enough for you?

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In fact, now that I think about it, from your point of view I would think that revising any book can't be a good idea. Not Arban, or Clarke, or anybody else's, right? How dare anybody think that after playing a book for years their insights might help future generations enjoy the book more!

(Very tongue-in-cheek, there. PM me your address, and I'll send you a complaintmentary book so you can look through the whole book, alright? That's just for you, though, since I don't want to encourage other people to try to discredit or minimalize something they really haven't examined thoroughly.) Jay Lichtmann Heavyweight Member Joined: 08 Apr 2005 Posts: 579 Location: Avon, CT Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 6:07 pm Post subject: BeboppinFool wrote: I also noticed that you revised at least one Arban's study. What about Arban wasn't good enough for you?

In fact, now that I think about it, from your point of view I would think that revising any book can't be a good idea. Not Arban, or Clarke, or anybody else's, right? How dare anybody think that after playing a book for years their insights might help future generations enjoy the book more! (Very tongue-in-cheek, there. PM me your address, and I'll send you a complaintmentary book so you can look through the whole book, alright? That's just for you, though, since I don't want to encourage other people to try to discredit or minimalize something they really haven't examined thoroughly.) Rich, I will take you up on your very generous offer. (I'll PM you after I write this.) Yes, I am guilty of altering Arban's very fine exercises.

I rhythmically reconfigured Characteristic Study #13 And took Arban's slur studies on page 41 and expanded them to make a more challenging, extended exercise. Those two are some of my favorite exercises in the book and I have some history with the etudes: My motivation was not not to improve on Arban, but to put a different slant on the etudes.

I posted those studies because I felt that the revisions I made constituted substantial changes to the original that enhanced their value to the trumpeter. Since you are giving me a book for free, I will assume your edition does the same. BeboppinFool Donald Reinhardt Forum Moderator Joined: 28 Dec 2001 Posts: 6187 Location: AVL NC USA Posted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 8:56 am Post subject: Jay Lichtmann wrote: My motivation was not not to improve on Arban, but to put a different slant on the etudes. I posted those studies because I felt that the revisions I made constituted substantial changes to the original that enhanced their value to the trumpeter.

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Since you are giving me a book for free, I will assume your edition does the same. Well, we know what happens when we assume, right? There is no slant, no substantial changes, just a cleaning up and arriving at a 'compromise' between the Vacchiano and the Nagel edition with a few of my own judgment calls thrown in for good measure. Your book is on its way today, as are many, many others. We've decided to leave the price at $7.00 until further notice.

If that gets more trumpet players interested in the Brandt book, then we're happy with that fact alone. Also, today is the last day of the FreeShipUSA coupon. We've just about run out of some of our binding materials, the response has been so heavy, but today we'll ship out all the orders that have arrived as of this posting. Thanks, everybody. chip.frackencrack New Member Joined: 28 Jan 2010 Posts: 7 Location: NY Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:28 am Post subject: BeboppinFool, I'm sorry to do this, but I need to side with Jay here. Measure numbers on every bar is just not necessary.

Most teachers just point and say 'start here'. The font does make it look rather cheap. This is totally subjective, I understand, but it does give me that impression.

And, yes, its been done before - so why reinvent something thats not broken? Then again, maybe I'm partial to the other edition. Chip veery715 Heavyweight Member Joined: 13 Aug 2007 Posts: 4106 Location: Ithaca NY Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 6:47 am Post subject: If you send Chip a freebie, I am going to return mine and start faulting it! V BeboppinFool Donald Reinhardt Forum Moderator Joined: 28 Dec 2001 Posts: 6187 Location: AVL NC USA Posted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 2:25 pm Post subject: Don't worry, all the freebies have been sent (well, three of them).

And 'Chip'. Aren't you in South Carolina? The Columbia area? Why does your post say NY? Incidentally, nothing was 'reinvented' and no pretense has been made to that effect. It's a meeting halfway between the 'big two' editions of this book, that's all.

If you place this new one on your stand and the Vacchiano edition on the stand next to it, you'll also notice that this new edition is nice and sharp and makes the 'old' one look blurry by comparison. For an old guy like me with very imperfect vision, that's important in itself. Many of you have received yours by now, but 'free shipping' means sending it the cheapest way which is Media Mail and can sometimes take over a week. I appreciate the patience of those whose books are still on their way. In case you didn't see it, there's something else you can practice in the meantime (while you're waiting) posted under the Free PDF Downloads tab.

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