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  1. Quick view On the Darkside - arr. Paul Mayes

    On the Darkside - arr. Paul Mayes

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    A collection of pieces arranged by Paul Mayes and inspired by his work both as a session musician and a teacher. Explore the music, create the atmosphere and take the listener deep into the dark side.

    The Sorcerer's Apprentice • March to the Scaffold • Queen of the Night • Danse Macabre • Dream of a Witches' Sabbath • Bad'n'Eerie • Fright of the Bumble-Bee • Toccata & Fugue • Ritual Fire Dance

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  2. Quick view Baroque Around The Clock - Blackadder / Gout

    Baroque Around The Clock - Blackadder / Gout

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    This collection of pieces is taken largely from the Baroque period and features works by some of the greatest composers containing some of the most beautiful and tuneful music ever written.

    Air (Rameau) • Che faro senza Euridice • Laudate Dominum • La Bouree • Endless Pleasure • La Paix • Esurientes Implevit Bonis • Nulla in mundo pax sincera • Hark the Echoing Air

    Playing Baroque music is great fun and can be extremely rewarding especially when taking into account the context of the particular piece and when and for what it was written. A brief history of each piece and how it should be approached is given, along with any specific technical details needed.

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  3. Quick view Dances for Trumpet

    Dances for Trumpet

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    John McCabe's Dances for Trumpet Learn More
  4. Quick view Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. Cox: Not the Wind, Op.43 No.2

    Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. Cox: Not the Wind, Op.43 No.2

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    Rimsky-Korsakov was instrumental in the development of a strong Russian nationalistic style of music during the 19th century, as a member of the group of composers known as ‘The Five’, which also included Mily Balakirev and Modest Mussorgsky. Although best known for his orchestral output, Rimsky-Korsakov also composed a significant number of songs. Ideally suited to performance on the trumpet, this is the second of a group of four entitled In Spring, composed in 1897.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  5. Quick view JS Bach, arr. Morgan: Gigue, BWV 1006

    JS Bach, arr. Morgan: Gigue, BWV 1006

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    Widely regarded as the pinnacle of Bach’s unaccompanied instrumental music, the Sonatas & Partitas for solo violin (BWV 1001-1006) were written during the composer’s tenure in the court of Anhalt-Köthen (1717-1723), a particularly fruitful period that yielded the bulk of his secular music, including the Brandenburg Concertos, several of the orchestral suites, and the first book of the Well-Tempered Clavier.

    The final work in this set of six pieces is the seven-movement Partita in E major, which virtually dispenses with the standard sequence of allemande, courante, sarabande, and gigue. Instead Bach creates an entirely original structure, opening with the magnificent Preludio, continuing with a varied selection of dance movements, and concluding with this stunning Gigue, which although French in title, bears more resemblance to an Italian giga, or old English jig.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat or C
    • Trumpet in E-flat or E
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  6. Quick view JS Bach, arr. Morgan: Sarabande and Gigue, BWV 1008

    JS Bach, arr. Morgan: Sarabande and Gigue, BWV 1008

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    Written during Bach’s tenure in the court of Anhalt-Köthen (1717-1723), the Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello (BWV 1007-1012) form part of a particularly fruitful period that yielded a plethora of secular music, including the Brandenburg Concertos, several of the orchestral suites, and the first book of the Well-Tempered Clavier.

    Each suite in the collection follows the same six movement form: Prelude, Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Galanteries, and Gigue. The second suite is typical of Bach’s apparently simple yet multi-layered approach to the form, supplying an unconscious harmonic context to a single melody line. The Sarabande is particularly brooding, while the Gigue concludes the work with an equal mix of mischief and virtuosity.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat or C
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  7. Quick view Antonin Dvorák, arr. Cox: Songs my Mother Taught Me, Op.5 No.4

    Antonin Dvorák, arr. Cox: Songs my Mother Taught Me, Op.5 No.4

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    Written in 1880 for renowned lieder specialist Gustav Walter, Dvořák’s cycle of seven Gypsy Songs were produced at a time of burgeoning reputation for the composer, coming two years after the success of his Slavonic Dances (1878). The fourth in the set, Songs my Mother Taught Me has become one of Dvořák’s most popular and enduring works, a perennial favourite in the repertoires of both vocal recitalists and instrumentalists (through transcription). Set to the poetry of Adolf Heyduk, feelings of nostalgia are evoked from the outset, perfectly encapsulating the spirit of the text.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  8. Quick view JS Bach, arr. Morgan: Allemanda, BWV 1004

    JS Bach, arr. Morgan: Allemanda, BWV 1004

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    Widely regarded as the pinnacle of Bach’s unaccompanied instrumental music, the Sonatas & Partitas for solo violin (BWV 1001-1006) were written during the composer’s tenure in the court of Anhalt-Köthen (1717-1723), a particularly fruitful period that yielded the bulk of his secular music, including the Brandenburg Concertos, several of the orchestral suites, and the first book of the Well-Tempered Clavier. The fourth work in this set of six pieces is the Partita in D minor, most famous for its concluding Ciaccona, attributed by many as Bach’s greatest musical achievement. Hitherto the basic partita structure is dutifully observed, opening with this stately Allemanda, a movement of fluid delicacy and great poise.  Includes parts for Bb and C trumpets.

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  9. Quick view Maurice Ravel, arr. Cox: Two Hebrew Melodies

    Maurice Ravel, arr. Cox: Two Hebrew Melodies

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    Maurice Ravel is widely recognised as one of the most important French composers of the 20th century, alongside Claude Debussy. Known in particular for his mastery of orchestral textures, Ravel’s music places him firmly at the forefront of the Impressionist movement.

    Although he frequently looked to the musical traditions of Spain for inspiration, Ravel turned to Jewish culture for his Two Hebrew Melodies. Composed in 1914 whilst in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, both the Jewish liturgy (Kaddish) and traditional Yiddish verse (l’Énigme éternelle) are used as sources.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  10. Quick view JM Bach, arr. Pienaar: Aria 'Ach, wiewehnlich wart ich der Zeit'

    JM Bach, arr. Pienaar: Aria 'Ach, wiewehnlich wart ich der Zeit'

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    Johann Michael Bach (1648-1694) was JSB’s first cousin once-removed and, with his brother Johann Christoph, form the solar plexus of the 17th-century compositional craft which provided Johann Sebastian with the prime inspiration for his own vocal output. The style is generally highly rhetorical, concentrated and intense, often employing elaborate and rich instrumental textures (usually in 5 parts). Contemporaneously described as ‘quiet, reserved and artistically well-versed’, Johann Michael was the father to Johann Sebastian’s first wife, Maria Barbara.

    Ach wie sehnlich wart’ ich der Zeit (Ah, how ardently I await the time when Thou wilt come, O Lord’) is a strophic funeral aria for a dolorous solo soprano, originally enveloped by a highly-wrought five-part string ensemble. In this arrangement, the main soprano melody is taken by the trumpet after an assuaging ornamental opening, shortly to unfold in this arrangement as a small variation ‘set’ – a free paraphrase of the original, leading in its four strophes to the final flourish on the words (if imagined in its new guise), ‘O Komm, O Komm, und hole mich!’ (‘O come, O come and fetch me!’). Playing on the switches between imploring vocalisation and instrumental presence lies at the heart of transforming a doleful solo motet into a commentary whose prevailing poignancy is given renewed optimism.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of The Re-Imagined Trumpet series.

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  11. Quick view Maurice Ravel, arr. Morgan: Pièce en Forme de Habanera

    Maurice Ravel, arr. Morgan: Pièce en Forme de Habanera

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    Commissioned by A.L. Hettich in 1907, the original incarnation of this work appeared as a vocalise-étude for low voice and piano, part of a collection of such studies for use at the Paris Conservatoire. Like many French composers, Ravel had a particular fascination with the music of Spain, and here employs the distinctive two-beat habanera pattern throughout the piano accompaniment. Against this, the voice weaves an enchantingly seductive melody, and whether in its earliest form, or its numerous transcriptions for other instruments, it remains a beguiling work.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in C
    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  12. Quick view Gustav Mahler, arr. Cox: Wer hat dies Liedlein erdcacht?

    Gustav Mahler, arr. Cox: Wer hat dies Liedlein erdcacht?

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    First published in 1899, Mahler’s settings of twelve poems from Des Knaben Wunderhorn (‘The Youth’s Magic Horn’) have become some of his best-known works. A number of these songs  contain material that was to form an integral part of his early symphonies (most famously Urlicht, used as the fourth movement of his 2nd Symphony), works that should be familiar to most brass players. Wer hat dies Liedlein erdacht? (‘Who Thought up this Pretty Song?’) is relaxed and care-free in, typical of Mahler’s lighter output.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  13. Quick view JS Bach, arr. Pienaar: Chorale Prelude - O Lamm Gottes, unschulding, BWV 656

    JS Bach, arr. Pienaar: Chorale Prelude - O Lamm Gottes, unschulding, BWV 656

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    J.S. Bach’s ‘O Lamm Gottes, unschuldig’ (O innocent Lamb of God), BWV 656, is a substantial organ chorale partita placed at the heart of the mature Eighteen Chorale Preludes from the composer’s time in Leipzig. As befits a Good Friday chorale setting on the Agnus Dei, it emphasises its tri-partite form with extraordinary dramatic impact. From the quiet supplication of the opening pages (the ‘trumpet chorale’ intensifying its quest for mercy in the embellished repeat of the opening), the mood becomes restless as a swinging counter-melody encircles the cantus firmus, now portentously in the bass. Here, all hell is let loose as a triplet counter-subject drives inexorably in desperate defiance (ringing out on the trumpet in a repeated figure of top C sharps). An anguished chromatic passage simply collapses the music, surely at the point of crucifixion. Is that the final ‘coup’, like Bach’s devastating treatment in the second Kyrie of the great ‘Organ Mass’ (Clavierübung III)? No, here we have a reprieve – a plea in rapier-like quavers racing higher towards hope of salvation.

    In performance, the players should carefully map out the architecture; deciding tempo relations, dynamics and rhythmic gestures are key in building inexorable momentum and celebrating the dramatic contrasts of this magnificent edifice.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of The Re-Imagined Trumpet series.

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  14. Quick view Gabriel Fauré, arr. Cox: Vocalise-Étude

    Gabriel Fauré, arr. Cox: Vocalise-Étude

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    During the 19th century, a tradition emerged of setting vocal exercises to piano accompaniment, based on the assumption that singers would execute them more musically due to the addition of harmony. Several notable composers wrote such Vocalise studies, which came to be seen as genuine musical works in their own right. This work was published in 1906   as part of a compilation by various composers for students at the Paris Conservatoire, where Fauré was director at the time. The piece is ideally suited to performance on the trumpet, comfortably sitting within the technical range of the instrument.

     Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  15. Quick view JS Bach, arr. Pienaar: English Suite No.2 in A minor - Prelude BWV 807

    JS Bach, arr. Pienaar: English Suite No.2 in A minor - Prelude BWV 807

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    J.S. Bach’s English Suite No. 2 in A minor, BWV 807, reflects the period in Weimar around 1715 when the composer was experimenting with the alternating ritornello and solo principles of the Italian concerto grosso with increasing imagination and character. In the Prelude, the sections are clearly and ambitiously demarcated in a brilliant hybrid of fugue, two-part invention and Italian virtuoso concerto of the kind Bach had mastered and developed after his recent exposure to Vivaldi.

    The vitality of the sprung rhythms and inquisitive motivic dialogue is meat and drink for any ‘conversing’ duo, especially in this arrangement where the harmonic web is given some discreet additional material. The players here need to find a comfortable tempo in which energy, clarity and control can happily convey the irresistible conversational exchanges between trumpet and piano.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of The Re-Imagined Trumpet series.

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  16. Quick view P.I. Tchaikovsky, arr. Cox: Does the Day Reign? Op.47, No.6

    P.I. Tchaikovsky, arr. Cox: Does the Day Reign? Op.47, No.6

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    Tchaikovsky has long been a favourite with audiences around the world. A prolific composer across numerous genres, his ballet scores for Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty remain his most famous works, whilst his biography provides an intriguing backdrop against which we can attempt to better understand his output.

    The 7 Romances (of which this is the sixth) were composed in 1880. The typically impassioned and exhilarating style ideally suits the idiom of the trumpet, which has a rare opportunity to enjoy a fully-fledged piano accompaniment from one of the greats of the Romantic era.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  17. Quick view JS Bach, arr. Pienaar: Concerto in A major, third movement - Prelude BWV 1055

    JS Bach, arr. Pienaar: Concerto in A major, third movement - Prelude BWV 1055

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    The third movement of J.S. Bach’s Concerto in A major, BWV 1055, is characterised by a wonderful lyrical radiance. The distinction between ritornello and solo sections is handled here with a gently accommodating decorum, encouraging luminous and sympathetic ensemble playing. The genial melodic character – strikingly shorn of polyphonic interplay and complexity – is notably gallant and elicits a spirit of private but solicitous joy. It is thought by some that this was once an oboe d’amore concerto, though only a source for harpsichord and strings from the 1730s exists – doubtless performed in the Collegium Musicum by Bach’s children and students. Delivering an easy and spontaneous-sounding articulation is the main challenge for the trumpeter seeking an agreeable and sonorous narrative.

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  18. Quick view George Gershwin arr. Morgan: Three Preludes (1926)

    George Gershwin arr. Morgan: Three Preludes (1926)

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    Dedicated to Gershwin’s friend and musical collaborator Bill Daly, the Three Preludes were premièred by the composer at New York’s Hotel Roosevelt in 1926. Originally intended to form part of a much larger set, only five preludes were ever performed, and just three included in publication.

    For many commentators, these short pieces represent the apex of Gershwin’s ‘classical’ output, fusing a variety of forms in an inimitable yet quintessentially ‘American’ style. The two Latin-inspired outer movements are barely a minute long, while the middle Prelude – described by Gershwin as ‘a sort of blues lullaby’ – provides a moment of melancholic repose.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano
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  19. Quick view Antonio Vivaldi, arr. Morgan: Concerto in G major RV310

    Antonio Vivaldi, arr. Morgan: Concerto in G major RV310

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    A popular and recent addition to the piccolo trumpet repertoire, the origins of this work date to the early eighteenth century, when Vivaldi composed the Concerto in G Major for violin and string accompaniment. First published in L’estro Armonico in 1711, Bach’s intabulation of this concerto for harpsichord (BWV 978, appearing a tone lower in F major) was completed two years later, during his tenure as organist to the Duke of Saxe-Weimar. It was during this period that Bach became better acquainted with the writing of Italian masters such as Marcello and Torelli, and he indulged his zest for this music by absorbing many of its qualities into his own transcriptions. Whilst Vivaldi’s structure in this concerto remains, Bach’s inventive harmonic configuration and florid embellishments imbue the work with a true baroque feel.

    Parts included:

    • Piccolo Trumpet in A
    • Piccolo Trumpet in B-flat
    • Piano
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  20. Quick view Richard Wagner, arr. Cox: Three Wesendonck Lieder, WWV91

    Richard Wagner, arr. Cox: Three Wesendonck Lieder, WWV91

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    Richard Wagner had arguably a greater impact on the field of classical music than any other individual in history. His influence extended to virtually every facet of musical performance – brass musicians in particular owe him a debt of gratitude for greatly increasing their importance within the orchestra.

    Set to the poetry of Mathilde Wesendonck, wife of one of Wagner’s patrons (and with whom he is rumoured to have had an affair) the song cycle shares musical material with Tristan und Isolde, which he was working on at the time, and which it is believed was inspired by his relationship with Mathilde.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  21. Quick view Antonio Vivaldi, arr. Morgan: Concerto in A minor

    Antonio Vivaldi, arr. Morgan: Concerto in A minor

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    In writing his collection of twelve concerti, L’Estro Armonico, Vivaldi single-handedly redefined the parameters of instrumental music in the eighteenth century. Published by Estienne Roger in 1711, the selection includes works for one, two, and four solo violins, all with string accompaniment. The Concerto in A minor for solo violin is Vivaldi’s sixth offering, and employs the traditional concerto grosso style, alternating tutti passages with virtuosic solo elements. The tessitura of this work is ideally suited to the piccolo trumpet, and in recent years it has become a popular addition to the repertoire.

    Parts included:

    • Piccolo Trumpet in A
    • Piccolo Trumpet in B-flat
    • Piano
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  22. Quick view Edward Elgar, arr. Cox: Three Songs, Op.16

    Edward Elgar, arr. Cox: Three Songs, Op.16

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    Composed separately between 1885 and 1894, these songs have been published in various guises, however are most commonly found as a set of three as in the present edition. Those familiar with the Elgar of Nimrod and the Pomp and Circumstance marches might struggle to recognise his style in these works, which demonstrate the frequently overlooked versatility of this composer. Set to the poetry of Barry Pain (The Shepherd’s Song), John Hay (Through the Long Days) and Froissart/Longfellow (Rondel), the songs are ideally suited to performance on trumpet, fitting comfortably within the compass of the instrument.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  23. Quick view JS Bach, arr. Pienarr: Prelude and Fugue in G Major, BWV541

    JS Bach, arr. Pienarr: Prelude and Fugue in G Major, BWV541

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    J.S. Bach’s Prelude and Fugue in G, BWV 541, for solo organ is one of the composer’s most brilliant essays in instrumental bravura from his period in Weimar (1708-17). Given the organist’s licence to imagine colour, character and dynamic perspective in its registration, the principle can be extended to the new collaborative realm of trumpet and piano. Bach’s main stylistic resource is the flamboyant North German ‘stylus phantasticus’, although ritornello techniques from the burgeoning concerto are gleaned from fashionable Vivaldi works flying into German courts from publishing houses of Amsterdam. Being Bach, he devises his own ingenious strategy, transforming string-like figurations in the prelude, and wilfully following no predictable structural strategy. Such is the strength of harmonic direction that the musical language appears highly-wrought in what are essentially through-composed roulades. The fugue is more conventional in its formal trajectory but, figuratively and texturally, it’s a dashing statement of bold intent driving towards an epic pedal-point close.

    This can be a classic opener for a recital. It is possible in this medium to play it faster than on the organ but the temptation to tear through it should be resisted. The musical opportunities here lie in relishing the extrovert patterning in the Prelude (which can be ecstatically thrilling on the trumpet) and judging when to stand out in the fugal texture and when to recoil. The motifs should be deftly placed, the whole work absolutely steady and the articulation stylish but never predicable or dogmatic.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of The Re-Imagined Trumpet series.

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  24. Quick view Franz Schubert, arr. Cox: Two Melodies, D.547 & D.772

    Franz Schubert, arr. Cox: Two Melodies, D.547 & D.772

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    Lieder (songs with piano accompaniment) were a central part of music-making in Germany and Austria during the 19th century. With around 600 works to his name, no composer was more integral to this tradition than Franz Schubert. Although not particularly famous during his own lifetime, the advocacy of such greats as Mendelssohn, Schumann and Brahms ensured that Schubert would eventually come to be regarded as one of the leading composers of the early Romantic period.

    An die Musik and Wehmut are set to the poetry of Franz von Schober and Matthäus Kasimir von Collin respectively, and are typical of the composer’s style.

    Parts included:

    • Trumpet in B-flat
    • Trumpet in C
    • Piano

    This release is part of the Vocalise Series for Trumpet & Piano.

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  25. Quick view Alessandro Marcello, arr. Morgan: Concerto in D minor

    Alessandro Marcello, arr. Morgan: Concerto in D minor

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    Few concertos have provoked such wide-ranging discussion as Marcello’s famous Oboe Concerto: disputes have raged for decades regarding its original key, and even the true identity of the composer. General consensus now regards the work as belonging to Alessandro Marcello (not his brother Benedetto), and its original key as D minor (as published in Jeanne Roger’s 1716 edition), rather than C minor.

    Bach’s intabulation of this concerto for harpsichord (BWV 974) was completed in 1713, during his tenure as organist to the Duke of Saxe-Weimar. It was during this period that Bach became better acquainted with the writing of Italian masters such as Vivaldi and Torelli, and he indulged his zest for this music by absorbing many of its qualities into his own transcriptions. Whilst Marcello’s structure in this concerto remains, Bach’s inventive harmonic configuration and delightful ornamentation of the middle Adagio imbue the work with a true baroque feel.

    Parts included:

    • Piccolo Trumpet in B-flat
    • Piccolo Trumpet in A
    • Piano
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  26. Quick view Schlossberg

    Daily Drills and Technical Studies for Trumpet - Max Schlossberg

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    Daily Drills and Technical Studies for Trumpet. Published by M. Baron Company (MZ.BARTRUM). Written by renowned teacher Max Schlossberg, this book demonstrates his well-regarded methods on mastering the trumpet. It is especially useful for developing the upper register, from G2 to C5. Used by schools, universities, and conservatories the world over. Learn More
  27. Quick view Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 1

    Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 1

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    Hermann Neuhaus's classic collection of orchestral excerpts for trumpet auditions (Orchesterstudien für Trompete) comes in 5 volumes. The contents of each volume are shown below. Learn More
  28. Quick view Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 4

    Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 4

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    Hermann Neuhaus's classic collection of orchestral excerpts for trumpet auditions (Orchesterstudien für Trompete) comes in 5 volumes. The contents of each volume are shown below. Learn More
  29. Quick view Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 2

    Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 2

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    Hermann Neuhaus's classic collection of orchestral excerpts for trumpet auditions (Orchesterstudien für Trompete) comes in 5 volumes. The contents of each volume are shown below. Learn More
  30. Quick view Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 5

    Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 5

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    Hermann Neuhaus's classic collection of orchestral excerpts for trumpet auditions (Orchesterstudien für Trompete) comes in 5 volumes. The contents of each volume are shown below. Learn More
  31. Quick view Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 3

    Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Book 3

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    Hermann Neuhaus's classic collection of orchestral excerpts for trumpet auditions (Orchesterstudien für Trompete) comes in 5 volumes. The contents of each volume are shown below. Learn More
  32. Quick view The Buzzing Book - Thompson

    The Buzzing Book - Thompson

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    The Buzzing Book - Thompson Learn More
  33. Quick view Bugs Bower: Bop Duets (Complete Volumes 1, 2 and 3) for two trumpets (or other treble clef instruments)

    Bugs Bower: Bop Duets (Complete Volumes 1, 2 and 3) for two trumpets (or other treble clef instruments)

    £18.95

    These duets are in the style of the type of jazz called "bebop". Bebop, also known as bop, is a style of jazz characterised by fast tempos and a certain "jaggedness" or angular sound. It started sometime in the 1940s, probably reaching it's height in the mid 1960s. Saxophonists Charlie Parker and Coleman Hawkins were masters of bebop as was trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. Learn More
  34. Quick view Vincent Cichowicz Long Tone Studies

    Vincent Cichowicz Long Tone Studies

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    This book contains the famous sets of Long Tone Studies that Vincent Cichowicz used with his many outstanding students at Northwestern University and are used by trumpet players the world over. This collector’s edition will be a treasured book in your library and one that you will practice from daily. It features a play along CD with Tom Rolfs, Principal Trumpet with the Boston Symphony Orchestra performing all of the VC 1 exercises. Learn More
  35. Quick view Arban Cornet Method

    Arban Cornet Method

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    The brass player's classic text book. Learn More
  36. Quick view Carlton Macbeth Louis Maggio System

    Carlton Macbeth Louis Maggio System

    £26.00

    Carlton Macbeth Louis Maggio System Learn More
  37. Quick view Vincent Cichowicz Flow Studies Volume 1

    Vincent Cichowicz Flow Studies Volume 1

    £27.00

    The book features the first 40 flow studies along with a foreword by Larry Knoop, principal trumpet in the Vancouver Symphony, a 10+ page interview with Vincent Cichowicz by Bruce Briney. Learn More
  38. Quick view Vincent Cichowicz Flow Studies Volume 2

    Vincent Cichowicz Flow Studies Volume 2

    £31.95

    Vincent Cichowicz - “Flow Studies-Volume Two with Russian Studies”. It includes many of the latter flow studies from the old Northwestern syllabus as well as some of Mr. Cichowicz’s favorite Russian etudes from the late 19th and early 20th century. These studies will help the dedicated trumpet student develop a smooth, non-stressed approach to executing phrases that explore the full range of the trumpet. Learn More
  39. Quick view Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Books 1-5

    Neuhaus Orchestral Excerpts for Trumpet, Books 1-5

    £72.00

    Special deal price on all five volumes - £68.00 (saving £13, or getting Volume 5 for free!). Hermann Neuhaus's classic collection of orchestral excerpts for trumpet auditions (Orchesterstudien für Trompete) comes in 5 volumes. The contents of each volume are shown below. Learn More

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