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Trumpet Fingering Chart

Author : Helen Winter
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Trumpet Fingering Chart

Author : Brenda Murphy
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(Music Sales America). This fold-out chart features instrument care instructions, notation samples, photos and a diagram.

Colorful Fingering Diagram for the Trumpet

Author : Helen Winter
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This book aims to help beginners play the trumpet. The book includes 31 trumpet diagrams with fingering positions, along with pitch names and staff notations. Each note here has its own page in the book. The musical notes in this book cover almost 3 octaves from A#4 to C6. The sounds produced by the trumpet are a part of many forms of music, from jazz to classical. While modern trumpets have three piston or rotary valves, early trumpets had none. The purpose of the valves is to lengthen the tubing when engaged, allowing a lower pitch. By adding lengths of tubing to the trumpet, each valve performs a different function. The first valve lowers the pitch by two semitones, while the second and third lower it by a semitone and three semitones, respectively. When up, the trumpet valve allows air to pass straight through, but when pressed, a section of tubing is opened. In order to take full advantage of the sounds that can be produced, the valves play a key role.

Trumpet Fingering Chart

Author : Mel Bay Publications Inc
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A graphic, easy-to-understand fingering chart which features chromatic, major and minor scale studies.

Learn the Notes on the Trumpet Asap

Author : Hal Leonard Corp.
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(Instructional). With only three valves, the trumpet can use a total of seven different combinations of fingers. These combinations are called "fingerings." This handy "fingering note chart" will have you learning all the notes on the trumpet ASAP! There are beginning and advance note combinations. Also, included are some note exercises, simple songs, and an 8-note scale. This is a must-have chart for all beginning trumpet players!

Yamaha Band Student Book 1

Author : Sandy Feldstein
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Yamaha Band Student will appeal to teachers looking for a well-paced lesson sequence that keeps students motivated to continue past the first critical year. It is affordably priced, attractively presented and meets the needs of today's students and educators. Each level includes numerous songs, duets, trios and four full-band arrangements right in the method itself---perfect for first-year concerts.

Trombone Position Chart Trombone Fingering Chart

Author : Helen Winter
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This book aims to help beginners play the trombone. Like all brass instruments, the trombone changes pitch when the physical length of the tubing the air passes through changes. The trombone has a special extendable slide that functions as the valves do on other brass instruments. The trombone changes length when the player extends the main slide. When the slide gets longer, the pitch goes lower. The book includes 32 trombone diagrams with fingering positions, along with pitch names and staff notations. Each note here has its own page in the book. The musical notes in this book cover almost 3 octaves from E2 to B4. The trombone’s slide has seven positions: the 1st position is when the slide is pulled closest to you and the 7th is when it is fully extended. However, the slide has no markers indicating these positions. On each page, the slide position in red corresponds to the particular note depicted. When there are two red numbers for the same note, it means that there are two variations for the slide position to create that note.

Grifftabelle F r Trompete Fingering Charts for Trumpet

Author : Tom Pold
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Alfred's Grifftabelle f�r Trompete ist die zweisprachige (Deutsch und Englisch), umfassende und zugleich kompakte Sammlung der wichtigsten Griffe und Spieltechniken auf der Bb-Trompete, dem Kornett und dem Fl�gelhorn. Neben den g�ngigen Normalgriffen findet der Trompeteninteressierte alle Ventilkombinationen, spezielle Trillergriffe, n�tzliche Informationen zu den verschiedenen Modellvarianten, deren Bauweise, zum Tonumfang, zur Instrumentenpflege, eine �u�erst hilfreiche Transponiertabelle f�r transponierende Bb-Instrumente sowie eine �bersicht zum Funktionsprinzip der Ventilkombinationen. Alles auf 16 Seiten zusammengestellt und farbig bebildert unter der Mitwirkung von Bernhard Schumacher, dem Autor der zweib�ndigen Trompetenschule f�r Kinder (ISBN 978-3-933136-82-4 / ISBN 978-3-943638-16-5) aus dem Hause Alfred Music. Ein ausf�hrliches Nachschlagewerk ideal f�r Anf�nger und Wiedereinsteiger!

Belwin Elementary Band Method for B flat Cornet Trumpet

Author : Fred Weber
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This method was designed for the development of the individual player, the ensemble, and the complete band. It is published for all band instruments.

The Musical Instrument Desk Reference

Author : Michael J. Pagliaro
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The Musical Instrument Desk Reference provides the one-stop shop for those in need of a quick, visually-rich reference guide to band and orchestral instruments. Descriptions and illustrations of everything from the physics of sound to detailed discussions of each orchestra and band instrument make this work the ideal desktop reference tool for the working musician. Through its Quick Start and In Depth features, readers can quickly decide how deeply they want to delve into the instrument at hand. Following a contemporary format designed to facilitate what any musician or music instructor needs to know, The Musical Instrument Desk Reference eliminates the need to leaf through multiple method books or trawl through websites to find information.