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Very Good. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. "ARBAN'S METHOD represents one of those rare instructive wirks, which is fundamental and equally serviceable for other brass instruments as well as the one for which it was originally written. In this instance however, a thought must be given to the problems of such a transposed version and how same may best be solved. Of all brass instruments, the Slide Trombone stands alone, in-so-far, that similar to string instruments, it allows of perfect intonation while being played. In this instrument, tone-production depends upon use of the Slide, the slightest movement of which, either too far up or down, will affect the tone accordingly, making it either flat or sharp. " This book has 262 pages. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever.
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