Category Archives: Behind the Wheel Trumpet Wisdom

When Pros Take Trumpet Lessons

When Pros Take Lessons Here’s a video about my attitude about taking advantage of pros to do my own personal advertising. When pros come to me for private lessons, I do NOT use it as an opportunity to brag, show … Continue reading

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Behind the Wheel Discussions

I am posting two videos in this blog post because I didn’t have time to do two separate posts this time around. Not Quantity, Not Quality, but How You Spend Your Time A lot of people say that it’s not … Continue reading

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Entertainment Compromises the Message

Let’s Be Serious There’s nothing wrong with being serious. I’ve been teaching trumpet lessons since 1980. I have taught all ages. In fact, the age range of my students today spans from seven years old to mid eighties. I have … Continue reading

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Do the Right Thing

Do What’s Right In this Behind the Wheel video I talk about how important it is to do the right thing, even in the context of being a trumpet player. Every day we come to dozens of forks in the … Continue reading

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How I became a trumpet book author

In this video I discuss the circumstances that lead to me becoming a book publisher. I’ve been self-publishing my trumpet books since 1990 and currently have dozens of books published. With five new ones coming out this year. In the … Continue reading

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Who’s the Sellout?

Sell-Out? I’m not a sell-out. I’ve never seen myself that way. And as I point out in the video, I don’t think many people see me that way either. But some people have. I’m not alone. People called Aaron Copland … Continue reading

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