Duet Books

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  1. Brekelefuw

    Brekelefuw Fortissimo User

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    Thanks guys, all these suggestions are going to keep me busy for a lifetime
     
  2. siarr

    siarr Pianissimo User

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    Here's one more -

    my etude/duet book, "Trumpet Outings" is available from editions BIM. If you liked the Broiles books, I think you'll enjoy these eclectic pieces. Here's the info:

    Go to Editions Bim and The Brass Press, International Music Publishing and look in the trumpet section under etudes and studies, then Reskin. There are 16 studies, 12 duets and a trio fanfare. I'd be grateful for any feedback! Book 2 is ready to publish.

    Best,

    Chas Reskin
     
  3. Brekelefuw

    Brekelefuw Fortissimo User

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    I forgot to mention that Allen Vizzutti has an incredible duet book out. He really caters to the things most trumpet players find difficult, but the way he writes and formats the duets, you never struggle on them. For example, he writes one part down in the middle register around G in the staff, then on the next line below it all of a sudden has a high Bb for two bars! Because you weren't expecting it, your body automatically plays it correctly because your brain doesn't have time for doubting whether or not you can play the interval
     

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