Time Pieces for Trumpet, Volume 3

Time Pieces for Trumpet, Volume 3 : Music through the Ages in 3 Volumes

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Time Pieces is an exciting new series of repertoire which explores the wealth of music written from the fifteenth century to the present date. The pieces are presented chronologically within each volume and all include the year in which they were written too, so you can map your journey through time! Time Pieces for Trumpet is a three-volume anthology providing a graded selection of well-crafted and idiomatic arrangements, as well as some original pieces, for trumpet and piano. All of them have been carefully written by Paul Harris and John Wallace to adhere closely to the technical parameters of key and note ranges for the early grades whilst providing simple piano accompaniments for the teacher to play. From Monteverdi to Scott Joplin and from Handel to Shostakovich, Time pieces for Trumpet allows the pupil to get a real feel for the different styles of music through time and will prove an invaluable, varied source of further study and recital repertoire.show more

Product details

  • Sheet music | 44 pages
  • 224 x 300 x 4mm | 40g
  • Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 1854728652
  • 9781854728654
  • 428,461

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'Excellent for the lower grades * Music Teacher *show more

Table of contents

Branle des Sabots from Orchesographie [Thoinot Arbeau] ; Very Old Celebrated Trumpet Tune [Anon.] ; Hit and Miss from The English Dancing Master [Anon.] ; Second Air de Trompette [Marc Antoine Charpentier] ; The Red House from The English Dancing Master [Anon.] ; Prelude [Marc Antoine Charpentier] ; March [Corelli] ; Impertinence [George Frideric Handel] ; The Shepherds [Daquin] ; Bugle Horn [Anon.] ; Largo [Erskine] ; Romanze [Johann Nepomuk Hummel] ; The Monk of Bangor's March [Ludwig van Beethoven] ; Andantino [L. Kohler] ; Johnny get your hair cut (American traditional song) [Trad.] ; Humoresque [Dvorak] ; A New Year Carol from Friday Afternoons, Op. 7 [Benjamin Britten] ; Waltz from Six Children's Pieces, Op. 69 [Dmitri Shostakovich] ; Lounge Lizard [Paul Harris] ; Trooping the Colour [Paul Harris]show more