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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Trumpetman67, Apr 24, 2009.
The Bach 2 part inventions are GREAT fun and a real opportunity to match style.
I played the Chardon last weekend. Man, that piece is a lot of fun to play! The guy was a orchestral cellist and really knew how to write for the instruments--putting the trumpet in D means that a lot of the open harmonics line up. The guy was born in France and lived in the US most of his life, but the piece is a mix of Stravinsky and Shostakovich. If you've got a solid cellist (I did!) then go for it!
I've got an arrangement for trumpet and cello for the Air from Orchestral Suite No. 3 by JS Bach
I just saw that. That sound pretty cool! Sorry everyone for not answering lately, I have been pretty busy. Thank you all for the replys! I am also going to get on youtube to find some more. Or I could also create some kind of peice for this. But it will be a first for me. Sorry again everyone!