C. Eugene Roy's first method book was published in 1824. Roy, a military musician and flageolet virtuoso (an instrument similar to the recorder) ended the method with four pieces written for the "keyed trumpet" (or bugle). Two of the four take the form of the traditional "theme and variations," while the other two are arrangements of popular opera aries of the time. The four Airs de Bravoure are included in this new edition from Editions BIM.
solo parts included: trumpet in Bb