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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by xjb0906, Feb 3, 2012.
KC you'd be right if you guessed your attachment would not work whereas it didn't.
odd as I selected image and then uploaded the file so it should work... and it was a png not a jpg file.
It still ain't working KC.
Thanks SFPat! I love page 14 with 7 flats (Cb Major) ... Yeeikes.
Don't worry about it. Just think of it as B Major (only 5 sharps!)
I play bass and trumpet (sometimes, though more often lately) at my church. The Worship Leader has a lower voice so they take advantage of the digital keyboard's ability to lower the pitch a few steps. (Sometimes they go too low.) So, you might be looking at music or chord chart that is in G but you are playing it in Eb. On bass I have taken to using my version of the Nashville Numbering system where you number the chords. In the key of C - 1 is C, 2 is Dm, 3 is Em, 4 is F, 5 is G, 6 is Am, 7 is Bdim, and back to 1. Using this system you can play in any key if you know the scale pattern on the bass fretboard.
On the trumpet, it's no problem since I have been playing all the scales in my warmup everyday since 3rd year of college (30 years ago). If I didn't know all the scales frontward and backward I would be in a fix since you never know what key a song will be in.
I like the challenge...