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New expanded Second Edition, with additional instruments and historical photographs! Take a pictorial tour through the little-known history of pocket cornets and trumpets, from the 1870s to the 1970s. Thirty-three surviving examples are shown actual size, along with historical information and specifications—an informative delight for any player or collector!

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About the Author

Nick DeCarlis
nickdecarl Gainesville, Florida USA

Nick DeCarlis is an avid collector and restorer of vintage cornets, with a special emphasis on pocket instruments. He also designs and constructs pocket “conversions” of pre-existing conventional cornets. A professional jazz musician, he prefers “American Songbook Standards,” and plays a 1930 F.E. Olds “Standard” Hammerbell cornet—occasionally switching to one of his many pockets for fun. His “day gig” is owner/operator of DECA Design, Inc., a graphic design firm specializing in corporate print communications, primarily for the medical device industry, based in Gainesville, Florida.

Visit the author’s websites for
additional information:

www.PocketCornets.com
www.JazzCor.net

Publish Date  March 30, 2012

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  100 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Fine Art

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