One of Schumann’s best known piano works, this setting of Traumerei (“Dreaming”), from his Scenes from Childhood will beautifully showcase your first trumpet’s endurance, sensibility, and phrasing.
One of Schumann’s best known piano works, this setting of Traumerei (“Dreaming”), from his Scenes from Childhood will beautifully showcase your first trumpet’s endurance, sensibility, and phrasing. Placed in the beautifully rich key of Eb major, this arrangement allows the quintet to show off its command of blend, balance, endurance, and sustain as the 1st trumpet is featured throughout. Take note that the sixteenth rests are merely a phrasing indication and should be performed very subtly. We often rehearse and perform from the score to assist in following of the ebb and flow of the phrases.
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|1st Trumpet & Flugelhorn||Trumpet 1 feature (flugelhorn optional - probably works better on trumpet). Be sure you're in shape to tackle this part!|
|2nd Trumpet & Flugelhorn||We like to use flugelhorn, just to get sonic separation between the two trumpets, since it’s a trumpet 1 feature.|
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Ya You Betcha! See the tables below for a general idea, and if you have any questions about a specific piece contact us!
|Meter||Simple (4/4, 3/4, 2/4), no meter changes|
|Keys||Up to two flats|
|Tempo||Andante to Moderato|
|Rhythms||Simple, mostly whole / half / quarter notes|
|Scoring||Clear and traditional|
|Range||No extremes, generally stays in a comfortable octave, and no wide leaps|
|Meter||Simple + easy compound (4/4, 3/4, 2/4, 6/8, 9/8), a few easy meter changes|
|Keys||Two sharps to three flats|
|Tempo||Andante to Allegro|
|Rhythms||Adding some triplets and sixteenths|
|Scoring||Mostly traditional, more horn or trombone melody, a few exposed solos|
|Range||Stays in a generally comfortable 1.5 - 2 octaves, no leaps of more than a 6th|
|Meter||All except rapidly changing meters or the extremely complex|
|Keys||Four sharps to five flats|
|Tempo||Adagio to Presto|
|Rhythms||Most rhythms, no complex 16th-note passages, easy double/triple tonguing|
|Scoring||Exposed solos, extended horn and low brass (incl. tuba) melodies|
|Range||All notes in playable range, wide leaps of an octave or more|
|Meter||Any, with any changes between|
|Keys||Any (still generally stays away from the most extreme keys that don't sound as good on brass)|
|Tempo||Molto Largo to Molto Vivace|
|Rhythms||Any complex duple or compound rhythms, fast double/triple tonguing|
|Scoring||Very exposed, unusual orchestration, long cadenzas or solos|
|Range||All notes including extremes, very wide leaps, extreme flexibility required (sounds fun doesn't it?)|