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Inside John Haynie's studio; a master teacher's lessons on trumpet and life.


Inside John Haynie's studio; a master teacher's lessons on trumpet and life.

Haynie, John. Ed. by Anne Hardin.

Univ. of North Texas Press


290 pages




This collection contains essays by trumpet player and teacher John Haynie, who taught at the U. of North Texas for 40 years. They cover playing techniques--embouchure, breathing, tonguing, fingering, musicianship, and intonation--and equipment, practice habits, mental discipline, and his biography. Only an index of names is provided. Hardin is the former editor of the International Trumpet Guild Journal and author of other books on music.

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