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Jack Norwood, a gifted musician, and his friend Jane save a man pursued by enemies after a battle, and in return is given a letter to present to Henry Purcell if he ever goes to London. Once in London, he learns to play the violin but jeopardizes his musical career by becoming involved in politics.

Trumpets in the West gives an absorbing picture of the life of musicians as
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Paperback, 136 pages
Published September 9th 2004 by Piper (first published 1947)
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Robert Geoffrey Trease (August 11, 1909 - January 27, 1998) was a prolific writer, publishing 113 books between 1934 (Bows Against the Barons) and 1997 (Cloak for a Spy). His work has been translated into 20 languages. His grandfather was a historian, and was one of the main influences towards Trease's work.

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