This four movement transcription is an excellent vehicle for featuring your trumpet section.
Explore the beautiful writing of Palestrina in this lovely motet for trumpet quartet.
In three short movements, this work is a valuable addition to the somewhat limited repertoire of the trumpet ensemble.
Award-winning ASCAP composer David Uber’s long awaited book of studies for first and second year trumpet students.
Subtitled “A Bibliography of Selected and Graded Etudes and Duets,” this book is a resource that no trumpet player or teacher should be without.
Mel Broiles, a former Principal Trumpet of the Metropolitan Opera, has compiled a new book of singing melodies from seven popular operas: Don Giovanni, Lohengrin, La Traviata, Faust, Aida, Carmen and Pagliacci.
These volumes are intended to help a proficient “Big” B-flat player develop into an excellent “Little” (piccolo) trumpet soloist.
These exercises, in various rhythmic patterns, are excellent for fine tuning intervals.
A must for all trumpet teachers and players, Vacchiano, principal trumpet for the New York Philharmonic 1935 – 1973, shares his knowledge of brass playing necessities in this volume of 79 etudes
Vacchiano wrote this text for his students who wanted to work on beautiful melodic playing along with technical studies.
This collection of various popular songs, orchestral excerpts, arias, and melodies is designed to facilitate tone development and increase the player’s understanding of style.
The present transcription maintains the integrity of the original key in order to preserver the bright, festive sound of the work.
This edition contains two separate fanfares, the first a duet for two trumpets, and the second a quartet for four trumpets.
Clever sixteenth note interplay makes it almost sound like a contest between players.
This piece was inspired by the akadinda music of Uganda.
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