What's on your music stand?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Manny Laureano, Sep 4, 2005.

  1. BPinard

    BPinard Pianissimo User

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    I took two pics, and couldn't decide which one to use, so here are both.

    [From left to right: Charlie Parker Omnibook, tuner/metronome, The Bb Real Book, Clarke Technical Studies (turned to the second page of Study Two if you're wondering)]

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  2. knight07

    knight07 New Friend

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    I am playing Artunian's Concerto, Kennan's Sonata, Arban, Clarke, and I just started working on the Carnival of Venice in Arban, which I think is a lot of fun to play!
     
  3. kjt

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    K Hvoslef: Tromba Solo
    R Bradshaw: Out of the Quiet
    J C Fischer: [Oboe] Concerto in C
    J Turrin: Two Portraits
    J Baston: [Recorder] Concerto #2 in C
    J M Sperger: [Corno da caccia] Concerto in D
    J J Quantz: [Corno da caccia] Concerto in Eb
     
  4. wrbandel

    wrbandel Pianissimo User

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    Currently on my stand:

    Quintet music: Canadian Brass book of Beatles tunes, Theme from Superman, Jupiter, Te Deum, Arioso, Procession of Nobles, Hungarian Dance No. 5, and the Carmen Suite No. 1. Plus the rest of my folder of over 300 songs.

    My Jazz band folder, which has over 225 songs.

    Teleman Sonata, and the Neruda Concerto.

    My brass quintet and jazz band are getting ready for some gigs soon, so I need to do some woodshedding on those. As for the two solos, I just like those. Ok, maybe ALL this isn't on the stand at once but it's surrounding it on the floor. :-)

    Warren
     
  5. dizforprez

    dizforprez Forte User

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    BPinard,


    so that is what those books look like with covers :lol:

    time to start putting some miles on those books man ;-)
     
  6. trumpetmike

    trumpetmike Forte User

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    The trumpet is still shiny as well - some serious work needs to be done
     
  7. rage.68.fr

    rage.68.fr New Friend

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    Colmar - France
    James Stamp's - Warm-up Studies
    Clarke's - Technical Studies
    G. Balay - Technical Studies (Book 2)
    Arban's - Etudes or Solo

    Neruda Concerto
    Légendes - From Georges ENESCO

    :D

    Rage
    (The Little French Trumpet Player)
     
  8. tpter1

    tpter1 Forte User

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    Ok. Now I'm getting back at it (enough wallowing already!):

    Arban (p. 125, Manny!)
    Schlossberg
    Colin Adv. Lip Flexibilities
    Clarke: Technical Studies
    Longinotti
    Dr. Beat
    Valve Oil

    Well...they end up on the floor next to it when I move on, so technically ON the stand: Dr. Beat, Valve Oil, Longinotti and Arban (up for the next session; beginning in about 5 minutes or less)...
     
  9. PhatmonB6

    PhatmonB6 Mezzo Piano User

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    Arbans, Rubanks Vol.1, Louis Armstrongs Dixieland Solos, Allen Vizzuti plays Arban, Ultra Trumpet Practice Routine by Bill Knevitt, Korg CA-30 Chromatic tuner, Al Call Valve slide key oil, jar of spitballs. Had to tighten the nut on bottom of stand cause it kept tipping over!!! ;-)
     
  10. dizforprez

    dizforprez Forte User

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    yes, I never clean the out side of my horn, it only makes it look like i dont practice. :oops:
     

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