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« Reply #20 on: Feb 26, 2009, 08:38AM »

Are you the one that are sending in the next favorite exercise of yours?
Sure you will be a part of all this!!!
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« Reply #21 on: Feb 26, 2009, 02:52PM »

I like making my own exercises. What is a better way to learn then to be involved in every step of the process. Brain to Pen to Hands.

One of my favorites is to just play 5 note scales in halfs than quarters, triplets, eigths, triplet eighths, sixteenths, then quintuplets. Makes you land in odd places and throws your tounging off.
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« Reply #22 on: Feb 27, 2009, 03:22AM »

I like making my own exercises. What is a better way to learn then to be involved in every step of the process. Brain to Pen to Hands.

One of my favorites is to just play 5 note scales in halfs than quarters, triplets, eigths, triplet eighths, sixteenths, then quintuplets. Makes you land in odd places and throws your tounging off.

Why don't you write it down, scan it in, mail a pdf and I place it in the compendium... Good!
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« Reply #23 on: Dec 27, 2016, 10:31PM »

Hello, I know this is an old thread and I do hate to open a can of worms, but in doing a little research I found PWTE online here:

http://www.clarkgault.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Practice-with-the-Experts-sm.pdf

Dr. Tanner has passed and I read the following here http://maillists.samford.edu/pipermail/trombone-l/2013-February/026952.html :

"> The book has been out of print for many years. Paul told me that he had
> tried to get the rights to
> re-publish it many times, but Leeds always said no.
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> Paul recently passed away."

It s a wonderful book and such a shame that the publishing company, whom I can not find as existing any longer, would stop it from being printed by the author (editor).

So I don't know how the link I provided is doing it, but I am glad to see it available for people to enjoy and learn from, especially since it is not sold anywhere else to my knowledge.

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« Reply #24 on: Dec 27, 2016, 11:56PM »

Thank you for bringing this thread back to live!

Anyone knows what happened to the "community book"?
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