Sheet music for Trumpet
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I'm not a brass player, I'm a violinist. I'm just writing for myself with MuseScore, trying to build my composition and orchestration skills. How do you decide which tuba to use in compositions? Wikipedia says that some tubas are more commonly used in UK, the other is more commonly used in US. If I ever have a real player to write for, then I'll write for that persons instrument. Until that happens, can you give me any suggestions, comments etc? (I posted one of my composition exercises , with a tube, to this group, it's the variations on Swanee river) Thanks.
I am looking for some music for my young band to play at concerts and competitions.I need 3 Cornet/Trumpet parts, 1 Euphonium part, 2 Baritone parts, 3/4 Trombone parts, 1 Tuba part and 2 Horn parts. I do not mind if their is not all the parts since i can do them myself. I just need inspiration. Thanks! :)
Hey,I was requested a brass quartet arrangement for a Stardew Valley song (the arrangement is here : https://musescore.com/user/5174461/scores/3443856). However, I know close to nothing about theses instruments. I asked the "requester" (is that a word ?) for some feedback but it's been something like a month so I'm not sure I'm gonna get any... I'd still like to finish this arrangement properly so here I am seeking feedback :)I've already been searching the web for advices but I'm not sure theses replace real experience with the instrument.Some of my worries / concerns :Some things may be weird, unplayable, and so on. The song is very rhythmic focused, so I think it's important every player can play his/her part very accurately, or the whole thing willfeel unstable - which is why it's not a good thing if some part are weird to play (some percussions would remove this concern, but it wouldn't be a brass quartet arrangement then)More precisely :- if there's not enough time to breath- if a part isn't in the good range for the instrument (too high / too low / makes thing too difficult)- if a part is just too quick to be played accurately- if a part is too tiring for the player- if a part is assigned to the wrong instrument (another instrument would play the part more easily)In particular :- measure 5-9 : not sure whether tuba or trombone has the easiest time for this part. It seems to be more in tuba's range but can definitely be played a bit higher if needed.- measure 10-17 : same as above for tuba/trombone (for both parts). Also I removed a lot of stuff from the bass line (played by trombone) in order to make it more playable, but maybe that's not enough or is not necessary- measure 18+ for trumpet : is that even remotely playable for trumpets ? Is it too tiring on the long run ? (i.e. I should switch the trumpets often, or even shorten the whole thing because it repeats a lot in the original song)- measures 26-33 for tuba : is that too quick ?Thanks a lot !
Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Guitar, Piano, Percussion
This is my first song ever!! This song is originally for a jazz band but I made it into a tuba duet. Hope you like it! If you do decide to copy it, please give me some credit so it'll be fair.
Tuba, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, French Horn(2), Trumpet, Trombone(2), Timpani, Percussion(3), Strings(5)
Edward Gregson concerto for Tuba, composed in 1976 for famous British tubist John Fletcher. This score was made on the oldest musescore version, so there might be some layout issues, but nothing too serious. Enjoy!
Dedicated to the Facebook Chinese Wagner Tuben Group PDF Score and parts at the IMSLP: http://imslp.org/wiki/Wagner_Tuba_Sketch_(Matosinhos,_Ricardo) For more about me and my works please visit: http://www.ricardomatosinhos.com/index.php/en/publications-recordings/publications
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Trombone, Trumpet, Timpani, Tuba, Strings(4), Contrabass
Nothing about this piece is "written in stone."I would be honoured if anyone was interested.I was going to wait until this was finished before I posted it.It isnt quite finished yet,but I hope you like what I've done so far.