What's on your music stand?

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  1. Double_G

    Double_G Pianissimo User

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    Hmm...seeing as I don't have a music stand at my home(I'm poor cut me some lack), I'll tell you what is sitting on my couch.

    Arban a.k.a the Bible
    Clarke Technical Studies a.k.a the Devil
    Audition music for the Cavaliers '06
    Mid-state music
    Sigmund Hering 32 Etudes for trumpet...site reading.

    Btw, if anybody wants to send me some high school level site reading music to me I'd be absolutely thrilled. Since gas is so high I don't know when I will get a chance to go to my "local" music store(50 miles away) and buy something to read.
     
  2. tptshark

    tptshark Pianissimo User

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    Stamp warm-up book.
    Clarke technical studies book.
    Tomasi Etudes.
    ...and music to a new show that i contributed music to - why do i always write myself such difficult parts :shock:

    ... but don't worry - Arbans is close by ;-) ... i use the Art of Phrasing section for a bit of sight-reading practice, and for a musical 'feel-good' excercise at the end of each day :-)

    - Adrian
     
  3. Clarence

    Clarence Mezzo Forte User

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    Arbans for breakfest,lunch and dinner!
     
  4. MGTrumpet

    MGTrumpet New Friend

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    Arban's - St. Jacome - I alternate
    Schlossberg
    Vasily Brandt
    Sachse (I don't know why I keep trying to learn to transpose - although it does help my sight-reading)
    Clarke Technical
    Two books of Albert Mancini odd-meter exercises

    The more I practice this stuff, the more glad I am I'm not trying to make a living playing trumpet.

    I will forever be in awe of you guys that do!
     
  5. brassmouth

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    Let's see:

    Arban's
    Clarke Technical Studies
    Concone: Lyrical Studies for trumpet
    Schlossburg
    Stamp Warm-ups and Studies
    and the Thompson's Buzzing Book

    Now to figure out how to fit it all in...
     
  6. Jimi Michiel

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    Man, lots of Tomasi out there. I'm thinking about doing the theme from the theme and variations for part of my placement audition at school.
    -Jimi
     
  7. davidjohnson

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    vizzutti melodic studies, charlier.
    i memorized all of clarke ts 1 - 4, so i seldom check the book.

    dj
     
  8. camelbrass

    camelbrass Mezzo Forte User

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    Musical Calesthenics for Brass
    Arbans
    Schlossberg
    Mel Broiles Private Practice
    and I'm waiting on David Hickman's publication of all 4 Clarke books to arrive.

    Regards,

    Trevor
     
  9. music matters

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    Mmmmm ....a great post and it's interesting seeing what everyone has on their stand. All I can say is that some of you must have very, very, large stands!!!!

    On my stand at the moment:

    Arban Carnival de Venice
    Haydn Trumpet Concerto
    Busser Andante et Scherzo

    On my shelf next to my stand which are played regularly!

    Arban - the Cornet method as I started life as a Cornet player in the North of England!
    Clarke Technical Studies
    Allen Vizutti Book 2
    Quiet City - Copland

    All my other repertoire is also very close at hand but that's what I am on at the moment.

    By the way ......mine is a big stand too!!!!

    Happy playing!

    Graham
     
  10. JackD

    JackD Mezzo Forte User

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    Ah I love that piece, I think I'll get it out today.
     

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