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The perfect complement to any teaching method, this album contains a selection of 40 varied and exciting pieces, composed by Phillip Sparke and specifically tailored for the Trumpet.
ABRSM Shining Brass is an exciting series of graded repertoire pieces and studies that can be played by any brass instrument.
27 suave and swinging Jazzy studies for the all treble-clef Brass instruments, in a wide variety of funky styles - an ideal enjoyable alternative to endless scales and arpeggios, and perfect to help your playing really groove!
A thorough method encompassing the development of the cornet and including hundreds of pages of exercises.
These thirty-four studies are fun for all treble clef brass instruments and are suitable for French Horn players too.
Jazzin' About for Trumpet presents 8 original repertoire pieces arranged for Trumpet with Piano accompaniment by Pam Wedgwood.
Time Pieces For Trumpet Volume 3 allows the pupil to get a real feel for the different styles of music through time and will prove an invaluable, varied source of further study and recital repertoire.
Second Book Of Trumpet Solos is for the player who already has a firm grasp of basic technique and is keen to develop their skills further.
This new version WITHOUT CD was prepared at the request of trumpet teachers who are using this music for grades 3 and 4 on the new ABRSM syllabus.
Eight Solos for B flat instruments with Piano Accompaniment.
Trumpet with piano accompaniment or play-along with the backing CD. On the CD each piece appears twice, first with and then without the solo line.