Complete Fingering Chart

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by GijsVis, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. D.C. Al fine

    D.C. Al fine Banned

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    Make sure you dont give this version to Ed.
     
  2. ultratrumpet

    ultratrumpet Piano User

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    The notes from High C up are correct. Primary source: Herbert L. Clarke, Claude Gordon, William Knevitt.
     
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  3. tobylou8

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    We're talking QUADS!! Upper tuba range!:lol:
     
  4. GijsVis

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    "Ohh the tuba guy is ill? No problem, I'll take it from here" :lol: Wonder how my conductor reacts ROFL
     
  5. chapmand

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    Nice. Cool to see. Great reference. How about one for other key trumpets, flugels, etc?
     
  6. GijsVis

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    What do you mean? Like a separate one for C trumpet? They have the same fingerings per note, only they sound higher, eg. Bb vs. C. I might make one for four-valved horns.
     
  7. GijsVis

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    Hey all, I'm currently working on it, any info I could put within it/any more things?
     
  8. chapmand

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    I could be wrong, but I've heard of some different fingerings for C trumpet above c (third space). I don't know about D, Eb, A etc. So I guess I'm simply wondering if there are differences. I do know that flugal can play some sweet pedal tones, but never thought to write it out.
     
  9. GijsVis

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    I've never heard of them. I think it's basicly the same fingerings, but they only sound two notes higher, which makes sence to me.
    Yes, when I practise, I always play me pedal tones on a flugelhorn, they are so sweet and mellow
     
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