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#beginquote# I've been playing trumpet for 5 years and the highest note i could hit is the high G. Now to start in my first year in band I played all the first parts because there was only two of us and I played a little better then the other trumpeter. When I joined sr.band I was the youngest so I got all second parts. Ocasionally I got first parts,but it was only once in a while. Well for the next 3 years I always played second. But last year the ones that played first graduated so this year i have been playing first. Now that i am about to graduate I wish to play to a high C. I asked my band director and all he talked about was my endurance. any suggestions from anyone. > Trumpets rule < *Saxophones are OK* Bandito for life #endquote#
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