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Trumpet Repertoire 1

Trumpet Repertoire 1

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Publication's Style: Soft Cover - Book/CD
Pages: 32/16
Level of Difficulty: Elementary
General Description: Trumpet Series, 2013 Edition
Catalog Number: BT1U
ISBN: 9781554405909

  • Rhythmic Repertoire:
  • Minuet - attr. Mozart, Leopold arr. Jason Noble
  • The Squid-Jiggin' Ground - Scammell, Arthur
  • Bagatelle - Hummel, Johann Nepomuk arr. Kenneth Bray and Paul Green
  • Song of the Volga Boatmen - Russian folk song arr. Jason Gray
  • Echo Fanfare - Bullard, Alan
  • Up on the Housetop - Hanby, Banjamin R. arr. Christine Donkin
  • Ronde No. 5 - Susato, Tylman arr. Kathleen Wood
  • Can-Can, from Orph‚e aux enfers - Offenbach, Jacques arr. Forrest Kinney
  • En roulant ma boule (Rolling My Ball) - French Canadian folk song arr. Jason Gray
  • Minuet - Clarke, Jeremiah arr. Kathleen Wood
  • Lyrical Repertoire:
  • Amazing Grace - American hymn arr. Forrest Kinney
  • Streets of Laredo - American cowboy song arr. Forrest Kinney
  • Shepherd's Delight - Gunning, Christopher
  • Un Canadien errant (The Banished Canadian) - French Canadian folk song arr. Nancy Telfer)
  • The Quaker's Courtship - English folk song arr. Christine Donkin
  • The Water Is Wide - English folk song arr. Mark Mrozinski
  • Simple Gifts - Brackett, Joseph arr. Forrest Kinney
  • Snowy Landscape - Bullard, Alan

A comprehensive pedagogical resource, the Trumpet Series, 2013 Edition addresses the need for a single collection of quality music materials to foster development from the beginner to advanced levels. With Repertoire, Compact Discs, Etudes, Technique, and Orchestral Excerpts, this series offers a balanced and organized course of study for the aspiring virtuoso. Nine volumes of Repertoire have been carefully selected to encourage a singing approach to trumpet playing. A wealth of folk songs, transcriptions, and arrangements of well-known repertoire at the early levels assist in the development of tone and flow of wind, preparing students for the Baroque, Classical, and 19th- through 21st-century repertoire found in the intermediate through advanced levels. Throughout the series, special attention has been given to issues of range, dynamics, and articulation, aimed at steady technical progress along with exposure to a wide range of styles and musical eras.

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