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When I started playing the trumpet, the amount of trumpet books published was almost non-existent. Below, I have listed the 25 best trumpet books for beginner players. The list was published in the September 2017 issue of The Trumpet Magazine. Only trumpet books I have listed that are available for purchase. If you think there are other trumpet books that belong on this list, please comment. Enjoy and share!
Congratulations to the students who participated in the 2017 Lillian & Gary Allen Composition Competition. Your hard work and dedication paid off, and you can be proud of your accomplishments. But, don’t stop here. Keep pursuing your dreams of becoming a great composer. Don’t forget to check out these free trumpet library resources.
The Dubilier Trumpet Series is a great collection of trumpet method books, instructional DVDs, CD-ROMs, and other items. Dubilier Trumpet Series is a great trumpet library resource.
As you just saw, you can use Wikipedia as a resource for learning about how to play a trumpet. Its a free encyclopedia of everything you need to know to get started on the trumpet. Wikipedia is the most popular website in the world and contains over 4.5 million articles.
I think the fretboard diagram of the trumpet is a great tool for learning how to read notes, notations, and sharps and flats. The diagram shows where the G-, C-, and E-flat keys on the trumpet are positioned on the fretboard.
The Scheinbrecher Acoustical Enhancement System (S.A.E.S.)is a free online music resource that you can use to find trumpet music. With this program, you can choose the style, rhythm, or tempo you want, and then click on the music you want to play. The music will start automatically, and you can play along with the music. You can also download the music for offline use.
performance guide: page: 3 key: d major etude title: variations on a theme by bach tempo: half note = 60 play from beginning to end performance guide: variations on a theme by bach in d major in measure 5, the rhythm seems somewhat dated to me, and is not effective. the e in measure 9, however, should be played with a strong mouthpiece pressure. the tempo does increase in measures 10-11, but not by much. by measure 12, however, the piece will be in 1/4 and should feel as if it is in 2/4 time, and then in measure 14 the tempo should remain in 2/4. the piece is a good one, and i like it. if you feel that you cant play this piece well, then you can probably tell by the fact that i like it. the main difference between this etude and the previous etude, no. 5, is that the etude in no. 5 is in the key of d minor, and in no. 6 it is in d major. this can be done with a little bit of a treatment, such as a change of dynamics, or a choice of instruments. the first measure of no. 6 can be played as a melody, with the fingering as written, or with a little bit of a change. this piece is better suited to the trumpet than the previous one, and can be played with a little bit of imagination.
these excellent studies are the next step for students who have completed the advanced level method for their instrument. the full-page etudes in this series, key-centered and supported by scale and arpeggio exercises, take the student to that next level of performance wherein their accumulated skills allow them to play full-length performance pieces with a high level of musicianship and competence. as such, many states include these pieces in theirall-state audition lists.