This is your access page for the electronic format of Truly FUNdamentals for Eb instruments.
You’ve landed on this page because you’ve purchased a copy of Truly FUNdamentals, the most FUN musical warmups ever – either the PDF format or the spiral-bound paperback.
Click the link below to download your copy now. If you’ve bought the spiral-bound paperback, you can expect it to be shipped to you within a few days.
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You’ll be downloading a 91MB ZIP file. Double-click the ZIP file to uncompress into a folder containing one PDF and 16 MP3s.
If you have any questions, please contact Mary Ellen Grace. You are entitled to a one-time download.
You may also download these supplemental exercises not found in the book. I will be adding to these periodically. Instructions are in the PDF and usually reference a particular page or pages in the book.
#1 Longtones extra: Three Blind Mice
#2 Articulation extra: William Tell Overture (aka The Lone Ranger TV theme)
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Student editions: instrument-specific editions. 82 pps of warmup exercises for wind musicians done with a twist – combining a deep understanding of music theory (made easy!) with song snippets and morphed into warmup exercises to create a fun experience for the musician. http://bit.ly/TF-bk
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