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Trumpet- I need the notes and fingerings for Concert Scales: C, F, B flat, E flat, A flat, D flat, and G, and also all the notes and fingerings for the Chromatic scale from G to G (two octaves) for the trumpet.

-any help would be greatly appreciated (:

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