Christmas Arrangements For Sale- Part 2

It’s time again to stock up on your Holiday trumpet arrangements and to help speed your selection along, we have listed just a few! This post includes only our Christmas Trios and Trumpet Quartets. Trumpet Trio White Christmas- Trumpet Trio March of the Swingin’ Soldiers- Trumpet Duet /or Trio Classic Christmas Trio- Trumpet Trio Feliz Navidad- Trumpet Trio “O” Stands For Christmas- Trumpet Trio O Holy Night- Trumpet Trio Christmas Favorites- Trumpet Trio Cool Santa Gets Down- Trumpet Trio Tennessee Christmas- Trumpet Trio Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem- Trumpet Trio Trumpet Trio Christmas Sheet Music Bundle Blue Christmas- Trumpet Trio…

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Last Day for Gigantic Price Blowout!!!!

With the Fall Season just around the corner (remember the Christmas season begins on Labor Day in Branson), our sister site trumpetensemblemusic.com will be offering all of their arrangements posted from September 1 through September 30 for only $5.00 each. This will the best time to stock up on your music needs for the remainder of the year. Every new arrangement posted from the September 1st through September 30th will be priced at only $5.00. Be sure to check every day for the arrangement you need and stock up for the Holidays. Not only that! If you have something special…

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Free Trumpet Sheet Music Offered At “Trumpet Ensemble Music.com”

For those who need some new music to practice and/or perform, visit our sister site at trumpetensemblemusic.com for a list of many arrangements you can download “free of charge”. Below are listed 38 free arrangements ranging from solos to brass quartets and include several helpful trumpet etudes and exercises. Minute Waltz- Trumpet Quartet Two Airs in D for Solo Trumpet and Piano Orlando- Brass Quartet (tpt.1,2, tbn.1,2) As Torrents In Summer for Brass Quartet (Tpts.1,2/Tbns.1,2) 41 Easy Trumpet Duets Happy Birthday (Branson style) Beaumont Rag Amazing Grace with Variations- Trumpet Solo Funeral March- Brass Quartet (Tpts.1,2/ Tbns. 1,2) Deus enim…

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New Flow Studies Material- Part III

This is my third and final post in this series of material on “New Flow Studies” and I have included two additional sets of exercises. In this post I have included a series of exercises using the intervals of a third, fourth. I would suggest that you do the following. 1. Start with the interval of a second until it becomes easy for you at the faster speed. 2. Begin the intervals of a third at the slow speed until it becomes easy for you. 3. Begin the intervals if a forth with caution…… When I recorded this exercise, I…

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New Flow Studies Material- Part I

To older trumpet players the title Flow Studies brings up fond memories of one of the great trumpet players of our time. The younger practitioners of the tromba may not be familiar with the name Vincent Cichowicz but to the more seasoned, the name represents one of the finest trumpet performers and teachers of our life time. The name Cichowicz represents the Chicago Symphony when the likes of the following represented the Chicago Symphony dynasty in the mid 1960s. Cichowicz, Vincent Trumpet 1952 – 1974 Clevenger, Dale Horn (Principal) 1966 – 2013 Farkas, Philip Horn (Principal) 1947 – 1960 Gilbertsen,…

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trumpetlessonsonline.com and Claude Gordon- All you need to become a professional trumpet player! Part 5

Warm up and Cool Down In this free lesson, I have included a couple interesting and helpful posts which will more fully explain the importance of a regular warm up and cool down. The video speaks of my daily routine of warming up with chromatic scales; first starting at the bottom and gradually adding octaves as I ascend. The benefit of chromaticism is that each note is only a one half step from the previous note and this very gradual increase is almost unnoticeable. Due to the minimum distance between notes, only a minimum amount of embouchure change should be…

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What Are Orchestral Excerpts and Where Can I Get Some?

Sections of major orchestral works which are written for a particular instrument are called excerpts. When performing a major piece in an orchestra, you may have to count measures rest for many minutes and eventually get to the “meat” of the part far down the road. These short, yet vitally important fragments of a composition can be extracted for easier viewing and practicing and this collection is call an Orchestral Excerpt Book. A very helpful post on the Internet can be found at this location.. Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet Not only are you able to print off the musical example,…

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How To Form Your Own Trumpet Ensemble

The first question might be, “Why would you want to form your own trumpet ensemble”? That is a great question and some days I wonder myself. But with all the work and time spent on the ensemble, I still enjoy the group. Our quartet, the Branson Trumpet Ensemble, has been performing for over eight years and the enjoyment and excitement is still there. Fortunately I am working with three great players and the time we spend rehearsing and performing is one of the most enjoyable activities I have had while living in Branson, other than a few very big bass…

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How could three horrifying tragedies befall one city within such a short period? Fifty lives were taken by a deranged gunman, an innocent child taken from his parents and a talented young girl senselessly gunned down in the same city. We may never understand why the innocent are taken as evil continues to grow in our world. “Death and sorrow stains the earth where joy and bliss once stood. These lives are gone for reasons known to only One, who could. The more we see deaths shadow form across our land each day, the more we feel the loss of…

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