From the catalog: For trombone with chord symbols. "Selected discography": p. . Azure -- Bloozineff -- Flat black -- Blue nun -- Coffee pot -- Concepts in blue -- Deak -- Fatback -- In walked Horace -- Jevin -- Lament -- Me too -- Mellodee -- Nermus -- Night flight -- Opus de focus -- Pinnacles -- Wee dot (Blues for some bones) -- Shutterbug -- Sidewinder -- Smoky -- Turnpike -- Turnpike (alternate take) -- Why not.
From the publisher: "With this three-volume series of method books, world-renowned trumpeter Arturo Sandoval presents a comprehensive approach to trumpet playing and basic musicianship. He incorporates traditional exercises and routines and shares his own unique, creative style of teaching, using a careful blend of warm-ups, technique builders, stylistic etudes and duets to present an exciting and effective approach for trumpet students. Each volume comes complete with a play-along recording featuring Arturo Sandoval performing selected exercises from the book."
From the publisher: "Solo transcriptions can be an interesting document of a person's style but are also so personal and idiosyncratic that one can get frustrated in trying to play them without mistakes. This book contains a series of studies to extend the playing and reading techniques, to illustrate harmonic and melodic shapes and possibilities, bolster endurance, and most of all train the ear to hear moving often intricate melodic lines in a musical sense."
From eJazz Lines: "With musician-friendly lead sheets, melody cues, and other split-track choices on the included CD, these first-of-a-kind packages help you master improvisation while playing some of the greatest tunes of all time."
From the publisher: "A collection of studies composed for musicians who wish to extend themselves in improvisation, composition, sight reading and general musicianship skills. Each etude has a theoretical explanation, suggestions for performance and tips for practice routines. Two CDs of combo accompaniments performed by members of the Yellowjackets are included."