Jack Bullock has always enjoyed bringing music to young players. His long and well-respected career as a composer of works for bands and his method book have helped establish him as one of the leading writers for the music publishing industry. Working with Columbia and Frank Hackinson in the early days he developed over his career nearly 700 publications. The Columbia catalog was owned by Warner Brothers and later bought by Alfred, which continues to publish his material.
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