(Music Sales America). Graded solos for players of all standards. The pieces are complete in themselves and require no accompaniment. Includes: Basin Street Blues * Hawaii Five-O * Jailhouse Rock * James Bond Theme * Sing * When I'm Sixty-Four * Yellow Submarine * and more.
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After Jules is stabbed during a robbery, a solo piano starts the theme while Michael and his father ride in an ambulance. ... first there is lively source music in the form of a swing piece featuring a solo trumpet, alto sax, piano, ...
Author: Matt Lawson
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Performing Arts
This book considers the greatest film scores produced over a span of more than 80 years. Each entry includes background information about the film, biographical information about the composer, a concise analysis of the score, and a summary of the score’s impact both within the film it accompanies, but also on cinematic history.
This collection contains 100 favorite Gospel songs and hymns for trumpet and guitar.
Author: William Bay
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
This collection contains 100 favorite Gospel songs and hymns for trumpet and guitar. Inside you will find rousing camp meeting songs, sentimental expressions from a deep-rooted faith, and Gospel oriented hymns with an old-time music flavor. In preparing this collection I felt the sincere and solid faith of America’s “revivalist era”, staunchly embedded in the rural and Southern regions of America, but also in the dedicated inner city missions founded in sprawling urban centers. These solos will bring joy, exuberance, nostalgia and a renewed sense of commitment to any worship celebration. They serve as a vehicle for and witness to the Christian faith.
Trumpet solos—32 bars as AABA 1:18 Trumpeter Thad Jones begins his break by quoting the melody from the popular 1955 hit song “Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White.”That melody, with its long drop-off on the fourth note, became something ...
Author: Henry Martin
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Appealing to music majors and nonmajors alike, JAZZ: THE FIRST 100 YEARS, ENHANCED MEDIA EDITION, 3e delivers a thorough introduction to jazz as it explores the development of jazz from its nineteenth-century roots in blues and ragtime, through swing and bebop, to fusion and contemporary jazz styles. Completely up to date, the text devotes a full third of its coverage to performers from the 1960s to the present day. It also includes expansive coverage of women in jazz. Biographies, social history, and timelines at the beginning of chapters put music into context--giving students a true feel for the ever-changing sound of jazz. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
100 Gospel Songs and Hymns for Cello and Guitar (C. Duncan) 100 Gospel Songs and Hymns for Flute and Guitar (W. Bay) 100 Gospel Songs and Hymns for Trumpet and Guitar (W. Bay) 100 Gospel Songs and Hymns for Violin and Guitar (C. Duncan) ...
Author: Michael Coppola
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
This unique book presents 18 of the most popular classical compositions typically performed at weddings. Rather than being written for the classic guitar, however, each piece is arranged for solo pick-style guitar—a.k.a., plectrum or flatpicking guitar—in both standard notation and tablature. Like classical guitar arrangements, these settings utilize the full spectrum of the guitar’s capabilities with bass lines, chords and melodies happening simultaneously. Although written for intermediate to advanced plectrum guitarists, fingerstyle players will also find these arrangements rewarding. This collection would serve as a convenient resource for pros who should be able to sight read most of this material on the job. Given that these arrangements sound complete and appropriate as plectrum guitar solos, pick-style students will also enjoy and benefit from working on these familiar melodies by Baroque, Classical and Modern masters.
Carole Dawn Reinhart (b.1941) was the first female trumpet player to enrol at the Wiener Akademie, where she studied with Helmut Wobisch. In the 19705, Reinhart began to fulfil in excess of 100 solo engagements a year, and Jean Francaix ...
Author: John Wallace
Publisher: Yale University Press
In the first major book devoted to the trumpet in more than two decades, John Wallace and Alexander McGrattan trace the surprising evolution and colorful performance history of one of the world's oldest instruments. They chart the introduction of the trumpet and its family into art music, and its rise to prominence as a solo instrument, from the Baroque "golden age," through the advent of valved brass instruments in the nineteenth century, and the trumpet's renaissance in the jazz age. The authors offer abundant insights into the trumpet's repertoire, with detailed analyses of works by Haydn, Handel, and Bach, and fresh material on the importance of jazz and influential jazz trumpeters for the reemergence of the trumpet as a solo instrument in classical music today. Wallace and McGrattan draw on deep research, lifetimes of experience in performing and teaching the trumpet in its various forms, and numerous interviews to illuminate the trumpet's history, music, and players. Copiously illustrated with photographs, facsimiles, and music examples throughout, The Trumpet will enlighten and fascinate all performers and enthusiasts [Publisher description].
Release on 2019-05-30 | by Dr. Len Bergantino Ed.D. Ph.D.
It was the last trumpet that he personally designed prior to his death. Also, of the modern day trumpets it is the only one I was able to come pretty close to the Harry James Sound as a solo trumpet burnt into my unconscious mind. 3.
Author: Dr. Len Bergantino Ed.D. Ph.D.
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Do you think that some slug who looks very professional who "whispers" an occasional interpretation to you five times a week for 7 years can make one bit of difference in your life or does such a psychotoxic slug called a psychoanalyst merely stick you in an emotional toilet bowl for seven years having the cumulative result of turning you into a hopeless bastard who will never turn the tragic corner in his or her life? Can your analyst analyze an archaic liquid symbiotic or an osmotic transference, or can they even recognize this phenomena in order to analyze it? If the psychoanalyst cannot analyze these transferences they can't do an analysis! I used to get "good faith" patients who had the balls to work on the cutting edge at the same time I did because they had had combinations of twenty years of two seven year analyses plus several briefer psychotheraphies, only to be as crazy as the day they walked in! (-$200,000.00) As Dr. Donald Rinsley, M.D., fellow-American College of Psychoanalysts wrote about me, my work has both a healing effect and affect. Patients used to pay me six months in advance to hold the time open because I was irreplaceable; I was the only one who could analyze the psychotic core of the personality and I was the only who could actually do what Dr. Wilfred R. Bion, MRCS (Medical Royal College of Surgeons) wrote about analyzing the psychotic core of the personality/ As I am seventy-six years old, I have written five books that must be read and digested in their entirety. As these books are the thing-in-itself they will transform the reader into the kinds of analyst, patient and psychotherapist who can make a difference in helping people turn the tragic corner in their lives! In other words, these five books are analysis! These books were written to be around for a few hundred years and were directly guided by the Almighty! By: Dr. LEN BERGANTINO, Ed. D.(USC), Ph.D., A.B.P.P. The Essence of Music: Musicality, Pure Sound, the Art of Melody and Inner Peace They say that music is the international language, but what is music? For the Bergantino-Bredice family, music was the family business. In terms of what kind of music you listen to, my father, Dan Bergantino, always told me, “If you put shit in, shit will come out!” That is, it will reflect when you play music. My cousin Louis Bredice told me, “When I first started playing Jazz, I played a lot of notes. Then I realized that all I needed were the right ones.” My cousin Freddie Bredice had the fastest technique on guitar I had ever seen. The first time I met him was on a gig in 1967. His speed was blinding, faster than a speeding bullet! I was leaning against a wooden beam next to him, and when he finished, I said, “You must be cousin Fred.” He said, “Yeah, I don’t play chords! It fucks up your hands!” Freddie was one of Joe Diorio’s guitar teachers, and Joe said he still has nightmares about Freddie’s speed! Joe was known as the best jazz guitar player in the world of guitar players. I got him to play songs again in a CD entitled Falling in Love where I played mandolin, and Joe accompanied me on guitar. This is a multi-purpose book, just like the previously published book entitled “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance,” which had more to do with human growth than motorcycle maintenance. This book is a natural model for how musicians, as human beings, deal with each other, thereby providing a baseline for humans in answering Shakespeare’s question, “To be or not to be!” Further, this book is substantive and full of depth, enough to be used in music schools no matter what musical genre since it focuses on musicality, pure sound, the art of musicality, and peace. It can be utilized in the psychotherapeutic arts, and its content is healing in nature. The Reverend Dr. Len Bergantino Professional Musician from 1196–2012 (Age: 56–70) Musician’s Local 47 American Federation of Musicians
La Virgen de la Macarena 2.5' 2 2 3[incl bcl] 3[incl cbn] – 4 3 3 1 – tmp+perc – pf – str Solo Trumpet. ... Amahl and the Night Visitors: 7' Introduction, March and Shepherd's Dance 12 1 1 –1 100–perc–hp,pf–str Christmas Schirmer ...
Author: Lucy Manning
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
In this second edition of Orchestral “Pops” Music: A Handbook, Lucy Manning brings forward to the present her remarkable compendium of information about this form of orchestral music. Since the appearance of the first edition in 2008, this work has proven critical to successful “pops” concert programming. With changes in publishers and agents, the discontinuation of the publication of certain original material or, worst of all, presses going out of business, music directors, orchestra conductors, and professional instrumentalists face formidable challenges in tracking down accurate information about this vast repertoire. This revised handbook alleviates the time-consuming task of researching these changes by offering a list of works for orchestral “pops” concerts that is comprehensive, informative, and current. Manning’s emphasis on clarity and accuracy gives users an indispensable tool for gathering vital information on the style, instrumentation, and availability of the repertoire listed, as well as notes on its performance. The user-friendly appendices include expanded instrumentation choices, easy-to-find durations, and handy title cross-references. In addition to corrections and updates, this new edition of Orchestral “Pops” Music includes at least 1,000 new title listings. Orchestral “Pops” Music: A Handbook is the ideal tool for working conductors and orchestral librarians, as well as music program directors at colleges, conservatories, and orchestras.
Release on 2012-01-01 | by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
This monstrous collection includes instrumental solos of more than 70 Disney classics: Beauty and the Beast * Can You Feel the Love Tonight * Friend like Me * It's a Small World * Mickey Mouse March * A Pirate's Life * Reflection * The ...
Author: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
(Instrumental Folio). This monstrous collection includes instrumental solos of more than 70 Disney classics: Beauty and the Beast * Can You Feel the Love Tonight * Friend like Me * It's a Small World * Mickey Mouse March * A Pirate's Life * Reflection * The Siamese Cat Song * A Spoonful of Sugar * Trashin' the Camp * Under the Sea * We're All in This Together * Written in the Stars * You've Got a Friend in Me * Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah * and dozens more.
this happens infrequently, such solos in the orchestra nevertheless suggest the presence of further “individuals,” perhaps in the manner of “third parties” (e.g., the solo trumpet in dialogue with the solo flute in mm.
Author: Laurel Parsons
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Over the past 30 years, musicologists have produced a remarkable new body of research literature focusing on the lives and careers of women composers in their socio-historical contexts. But detailed analysis and discussion of the works created by these composers are still extremely rare. This is particularly true in the domain of music theory, where scholarly work continues to focus almost exclusively on male composers. Moreover, while the number of performances, broadcasts, and recordings of music by women has unquestionably grown, these works remain significantly underrepresented in comparison to music by male composers. Addressing these deficits is not simply a matter of rectifying a scholarly gender imbalance: the lack of knowledge surrounding the music of female composers means that scholars, performers, and the general public remain unfamiliar with a large body of exciting repertoire. Analytical Essays on Music by Women Composers: Concert Music, 1960-2000 is the first to appear in a groundbreaking four-volume series devoted to compositions by women across Western art music history. Each chapter opens with a brief biographical sketch of the composer before presenting an in-depth critical-analytic exploration of a single representative composition, linking analytical observations with questions of meaning and sociohistorical context. Chapters are grouped thematically by analytical approach into three sections, each of which places the analytical methods used in the essays that follow into the context of late twentieth-century ideas and trends. Featuring rich analyses and critical discussions, many by leading music theorists in the field, this collection brings to the fore repertoire from a range of important composers, thereby enabling further exploration by scholars, teachers, performers, and listeners.
Satin Doll (1965/1983) For solo trumpet and piano Hansen Music Corporation Work in volume titled "Modern Jazz Trumpet ... Piedmont/Marks/HLPC Also available with band and orchestral accompaniments on rental SEE: 100 Worlds and Premieres.
Author: Douglas M. Jordan
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A reference guide to the life and work of the prolific American wind band composer, Alfred Reed, which includes a brief biography and detailed bibliography and discography.
18925 RE THE SACRED TRUMPET SOLOIST 9 Solos Arranged for Trumpet and Keyboard For Worship , Concert and Recital Arranged by Jay Althouse enowned for his mastery of church choral writing and his superb editions of vocal solo and duet ...
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
An inspired anthology of 9 traditional hymns, immortal classics and beloved folk songs in accessible arrangements for trumpet soloist with keyboard accompaniment. Book includes reproducible trumpet solo parts. 64 pages. Titles: All Creatures of Our God and King * All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name * Amazing Grace * Joy to the World * Let Us Break Bread Together * Thine Is the Glory * We Gather Together * What Wondrous Love Is This? * When Peace Like a River.
... 1981 Op. 98 Sonatina for Trumpet (solo trumpet) 1981 Op. 99 Lullabye for Lucy (unaccompanied SATB chorus) 1981 Op. 100 Brass Quintet (2 trumpets, horn, trombone and tuba) 1981 Op. 101 Seven Songs Home (children's voices) 1981 Op.
Author: Nicholas Jones
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
Peter Maxwell Davies (1934-2016) was one of the leading international composers of the post-war period as well as one of the most productive. This book provides a global view of his music, integrating a number of resonant themes in the composer's work while covering a representative cross-section of his vast output - his work list encompasses nearly 550 compositions in every established genre. Each chapter focuses on specific major works and offers generaldiscussion of other selected works connected to the main themes. These themes include compositional technique and process; genre; form and architecture; tonality and texture; allusion, quotation and musical critique; and place and landscape. Throughout, the book contends that Davies's works are not created in a vacuum but are intimately connected to, and are a reflection of, 'the past'. This deep engagement occurs on a number of levels, fluctuating and interacting with the composer's own predominantly modernist idiom and evoking a chain of historical resonances. Making sustained reference to Davies's own words, articles and programme notes as well as privileged access to primary source material from his estate, the book illuminates the composer's practices and approaches while shaping a discourse around his music.
Release on 2015-07-01 | by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
(Instrumental Solo). An amazing selection of songs from VH-1's special arranged for instrumentalists.
Author: Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
(Instrumental Solo). An amazing selection of songs from VH-1's special arranged for instrumentalists. Includes: All Along the Watchtower * All Shook Up * American Pie * Beat It * Blowin' in the Wind * Blue Suede Shoes * Bohemian Rhapsody * Born to Be Wild * Born to Run * Bridge over Troubled Water * California Dreamin' * Dream On * Every Breath You Take * Fire and Rain * Free Bird * Gloria * Good Vibrations * Great Balls of Fire * A Hard Day's Night * Hey Jude * Hotel California * (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction * I Heard It Through the Grapevine * Imagine * Jump * Layla * Let It Be * London Calling * Louie, Louie * Maggie May * My Generation * Piano Man * Proud Mary * Respect * Rock Around the Clock * Roxanne * Smells like Teen Spirit * Stairway to Heaven * Stand by Me * Sunshine of Your Love * Superstition * We Are the Champions * When Doves Cry * Yesterday * You Shook Me All Night Long * and more.
Ê100ÊHymns for Trumpet and GuitarÊis a collection of all-time favorite hymns arranged for trumpet solo with suggested written chordal accompaniment.
Author: William Bay
Publisher: Mel Bay Publications
100 Hymns for Trumpet and Guitar is a collection of all-time favorite hymns arranged for trumpet solo with suggested written chordal accompaniment. Fingerstyle guitar and strum styles are indicated on each solo, and capo chords are shown where appropriate. Other chordal instrumentalists can also use the written material. The repertoire spans centuries and represents a wonderful assortment of solos which may be used as preludes or offertories throughout the various seasons in the church year.
Long used in non-musical contexts to herald the arrival of the monarch, trumpets had a long-established ... presence of trumpets accompanying the imperial chapel, even if the reports say nothing else about music.100 trumpets could carry ...
Author: Andrew H. Weaver
Ferdinand III played a crucial role both in helping to end the Thirty Years' War and in re-establishing Habsburg sovereignty within his hereditary lands, and yet he remains one of the most neglected of all Habsburg emperors. The underlying premise of Sacred Music as Public Image for Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III is that Ferdinand's accomplishments came not through diplomacy or strong leadership but primarily through a skillful manipulation of the arts, through which he communicated important messages to his subjects and secured their allegiance to the Catholic Church. An important locus for cultural activity at court, especially as related to the Habsburgs' political power, was the Emperor's public image. Ferdinand III offers a fascinating case study in monarchical representation, for the war necessitated that he revise the image he had cultivated at the beginning of his reign, that of a powerful, victorious warrior. Weaver argues that by focusing on the patronage of sacred music (rather than the more traditional visual and theatrical means of representation), Ferdinand III was able to uphold his reputation as a pious Catholic reformer and subtly revise his triumphant martial image without sacrificing his power, while also achieving his Counter-Reformation goal of unifying his hereditary lands under the Catholic church. Drawing upon recent methodological approaches to the representation of other early modern monarchs, as well as upon the theory of confessionalization, this book places the sacred vocal music composed by imperial musicians into the rich cultural, political, and religious contexts of mid-seventeenth-century Central Europe. The book incorporates dramatic productions such as opera, oratorio, and Jesuit drama (as well as works in other media), but the primary focus is the more numerous and more frequently performed Latin-texted paraliturgical genre of the motet, which has generally not been considered by scholars as a vehicle for monarchical representation. By examining the representation of this little-studied emperor during a crucial time in European history, this book opens a window into the unique world view of the Habsburgs, allowing for a previously untold narrative of the end of the Thirty Years' War as seen through the eyes of this important ruling family.