Are there any good trumpet cheers?

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  1. Moorii

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    Yes, thank you that's what I meant. Fanfare or pep tunes would have been a better way to phrase it.
     
  2. tobylou8

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    And I know what Chuck's "no" means! :roll:
     
  3. tobylou8

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    Just google pep band music and there's ton's.
     
  4. Moorii

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    I know, I've seen it, but most is for full band not specifically trumept
     
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    We had one for the entire band at half time:

    To the band, you must yield, get the jocks, off the field.
     
  7. gmonady

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    Trumpeters are cerebral people, so here is one invented by a trumpet player:

    e to the x
    g to the x
    tangent
    secant
    cosign
    sign
    3.14159
    square root
    cube root
    log of pi
    disintegrate them
    School Name High
     
  8. Sturmbill

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    I would have to agree with the folks who said write your own. The JMU chant is something that my high school trumpet section put together way back in colonial times, picking an idea from the march Hail to the Fleet. I brought it with me to college and over time the different sections added their parts. At some point the trumpets added a lick from Chameleon to their part. Over the last 35 years of so it has morphed into what you hear today. Crowd favorite, and the band loves to play it! Both the Chase cheer and the JMU Chant are all taught by rote, so there is no copy to share with you.

    The point is, use your creativity, listen to neat licks in all kinds of music, get together with the other folks in the band and voila, band cheer!

    Good luck!
     
  9. kingtrumpet

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    Sis boom bah - rah rah rah - go trumpets go trumpets - sis boom bah -- play louder play higher --- sis boom bah --- go trumpets go. ROFL ROFL ROFL
     

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