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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by thomashooten, Jun 21, 2007.
Ditto on the Mel Broiles duets. Super fun! And quality. They are in the same books as his etudes, can't think what they are titled right now.
I forgot the Vizzutti duets as well.
I just bought a book containing duet arrangements of the Haydn, Hummel, and Neruda concerti...complete parts! One player plays the solos and the other plays an accompaniment line. I haven't had the chance to play them yet, but I'll let you if they're any good or not...
P.S. Tom -- I don't post over here very often (as you can obviously see), but welcome!
I wanted to thank you for sending those duets.
I haven't had a chance to play through all of them but have enjoyed the ones I have played. I like the idea that they are original but composed around familiar themes. They are also great for challenging students to sightread during lessons.
My pleasure, Tom!
Glad you're enjoying them. I just started working on a second volume, featuring more duets with trombone, and also for combinations of different horns (picc, flugel, etc.). I'll keep you posted. Meanwhile, thanks again for your support, and best wishes for your new gig!
My roommate and I are playing the Dialogue this semester. Do you know of any recordings of it? I've been searching and can not find any. Thanks
Here's some new etudes with matching duets that target the 3rd finger.
Fun, challenging, different styles, and with lots of twists to them.
Give It The 3rd Finger - Etudes and Duets - 12 Trumpet Etudes
and 12 Matching Duets For Making Your 3rd Finger Work Right
MPH Music - Mark Hendricks - MPHmusic.com
It'll sound silly but I'm still learning haha! Right now I'm working on 'La Romanesca' in Arban's but I really like 'Le Souvenir' as soft as possible. I feel I don't know the song unless I know the harmony twice as well.