Merri Franquin ( – ) left a significant legacy to the art of trumpet playing. A student of J.-B. Arban, Franquin authored a substantial method book, wrote. I already own a lot of the mainstream books for classical trumpet playing. I think the Franquin method is great, and I’d recommend it highly. Merri Jean Baptiste Franquin was a French trumpeter, cornetist, and flugelhornist who was professor of trumpet at the Conservatoire de Paris Franquin’s book, Methode Complète de la Trompette Moderne de Cornet a Pistons et de Bugle.

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Retrieved from ” https: Jacome, but is little known in North America. Many French publishers do that for some reason. He was self-taught on cornet for four years before moving to Marseille. Your name or email address: Just click here and choose Print from the dropdown box. Hi all, just a note that the long awaited Merri Franquin Method Translation is now available at qPress.

Over the past 18 months, I have worked hand-in-hand with two wonderful translators, consulted with engravers, and spoke with historical experts in a variety of the metuod that are covered in this book. It is a wonder why they have been selling this book for so much money for over a century. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Aug 10, 1. Views Read Edit View history.

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Aug 10, 3. Aug 10, 2. Georges Mager —who was principal trumpet of the Boston Symphony Orchestra from untilstudied in the cornet class under Joseph Mellet, but seems to have been influenced as well by the teachings of Franquin; Mager may have studied with him informally and certainly worked with several of his successful students.

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It took 18 months, but was well worth the wait. This French method book has been used by all trumoet the great European soloists, like Maurice Andre and Guy Touvron, who have both written extensively on how to use the book to its full potential. Jun 29, 5. Yes, my password is: Check it out here “Check it out here” is a link, but you wouldn’t know it, the URL text is the same colour as regular text! These are followed by studies in flexibility, intervals, legato playing, high range, lots of transposition, studies, reading exercises, excerpts from solos and orchestral works, and much much more.

First is a theoretical part, then a practical part divided into 3 subsections. In he became solo flugelhornist with the band of the Marseille Trumppet Nationaland in he was admitted to the Paris Conservatory where he joined the cornet class of the famous cornetist Jean-Baptiste Arban. A more modern form of this instrument was nethod to American symphony orchestras by Georges Magerand it remains very much in popular use mehhod the United States.


If you are interested please put in an order, if traffic is good I will set up the print orders to be permanent and expand the range of options. Please click here if you would like to take a look. Setting out, it kethod that this job would be a trivial, albeit rewarding, translating exercise.

Franquin’s playing career began when he was 28 years old. This article about a French classical methodd is a stub. Check it out here, I hope you dig it! Franquin Method Translation Complete!

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frahquin By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Franquin’s most notable accomplishment while at the Paris Conservatory was franuin push for the C Trumpet to replace the low F trumpet as a more versatile orchestral instrument. As a method, it covers every possible area of trumpet playing to an extent that I cannot fit it all in this description. This article on a trumpeter is a stub. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.