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From the Introduction, from Eric Bolvin:
The lesson plan format presented in this volume was first introduced to me by Carl Leach, my private teacher from age 11 through 17. Carl simply wrote the outline along with exercises or other notation in a blank manuscript book at our weekly lesson. When I turned 17, Carl sent me on to his teacher, Claude Gordon, whom I studied with for six years. Claude made us buy a four-ring binder that held 8 ½” x 13″ paper. He had custom-made paper with outlines and reminders (Chest Up!) that fit these exotic binders and this is where he wrote our lesson plans. Claude based his teachings on his instructor, Herbert L. Clarke, who is considered by many to be the father of brass teaching methods in the United States.
Check out the “How to Use” instructions to the left, and then click above for a blank set of lesson plan templates for you to make your own as an immediate PDF download.