Yall should check out the Clarinet Institute. they have archives for every instrument looks like. I've already bought their cd's for trumpet and trombone. Found them on Ebay.
Clarinet Institute Music Archives items - Get great deals on Music T-Shirts, Trumpet Music items on eBay Stores!
'72 Olds Ambassador (bone)
Saving up for a Bach 42T
"Never fear the future, for it does not exist and never shall."
I'm not looking for "scores" but transcriptions of my favorite horn parts. I live in a rural area and have begun playing my trumpet again - no one to play with :(
I want to find trumpet parts for my favorite groups like Chicago and Blood, Sweat and Tears - transcribed charts that I can use to play along with those groups.
I note-by-note transcribed from a score the trumpet part for Chicago's "Make Me Smile" but it took forever and I would think I should be able to buy charts of these trumpet parts somewhere.
Suggestions much appreciated!
This one seems pretty good.
JazzTrumpetSolos.com - Trumpet Solos, Jazz Radio and More!
Hal Leonard sells books of trumpet music from famous recorded pieces, but I don't know if BS&T or Chicago are among what's for sale.
You should also check out Jamey Aebersold Jazz which is Jamey Aebersold's online music store -- they've got tons of stuff for sale.
This one was just in the NYT
International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) Portal
Here is a list of compositions featuring trumpet.
List of Compositions Featuring the Trumpet - IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music
Yes, I saw what smoothOperator is referring to and was the reason I picked up the paper that day: IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music. It looks great!
Last edited by vern; 02-26-2011 at 12:14 PM. Reason: duplicate message
The disturbing part is that many tunes are being lost forever. Old marches,hymns, coronation types of heralding and probably 90% of all the tunes played in New Orleans and the delta prior to 1920 are now lost to us or at least lost enough to prevent halfway decent access.
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