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Pieces for 7 Trumpets

 
Cat # Title Grade Composer (arr.)
TRP-129 Christmas Oratorio - Chorale fr. Part VI [7] Bach, J. (Millsap)

Composer: Bach, Johann Sebastian
Transcriber: Millsap, Kyle
Number of Trumpets: 7
Key: D Major concert
Duration: 3 minutes
Difficulty: 7
A beautiful transcription of of this standard Baroque show stopper. The original trumpet part is preserved with the intertwining lines beautifully juxtaposed. Sounds great. The difficulty grade of 7 is only because of the piccolo trumpet part. Otherwise it would be a grade 5. Highly recommended.
ITG Journal, October 2014, page 101:
"...this well-crafted adaptation works brilliantly...works wonderfully for teaching Baroque style to a university trumpet studio that might not normally have the opportunity to perform this work."
- Luis Engelke
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TRP-057 Concerto for 7 Trumpets and Timpani [6] Altenburg, J. (Tarr)

Concerto for 7 Trumpets and Timpani

Composer: Altenburg, Johann Ernst
Editor: Tarr, Edward H.
Number of Trumpets: 7
Key: D Major concert
Duration: 6 minutes
Difficulty: 6
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TRP-053 Concerto for Three Piccolo Trumpets [7] Telemann, G. (Mathie)

Concerto for Three Piccolo Trumpets

Composer: Telemann, Georg Philipp
Arranger: Mathie, Gordon
Number of Trumpets: 7
Key: D Major concert
Duration: 11 minutes
Difficulty: 7
Originally the Concerto for Oboe, two trumpets, strings and continuo, this arrangement is for 3 piccolo trumpets in A and four B-flat trumpets. Four movements: Largo; Vivace; Siciliano; Vivace. Thoroughly thought out and well crafted. Fun to play and extremely effective. B-flat parts are simple.
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TRP-043 Fanfare for Remembrance [6] Reed, H.

Fanfare for Remembrance

Composer: Reed, H. Owen
Number of Trumpets: 7
Accompaniment: Percussion and narrator
Key: C Major concert
Duration: 11 minutes
Difficulty: 6
An excellent, rather subdued minimalistic piece for six B-flat trumpets, flugelhorn, percussion and narrator. The first trumpet part is challenging, otherwise the piece is not difficult. 20th century notation. Excellent 20th century repertoire. Fanfare for Remembrance was commissioned by the Western Michigan University School of Music for the 1987 ITG Conference in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
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TRP-051 Fantasia for Seven Trumpets [6] Ewazen, E.

Fantasia for Seven Trumpets

Composer: Ewazen, Eric
Number of Trumpets: 7
Key: Bb Major concert
Duration: 8 minutes and 3 seconds
Difficulty: 6
A very exciting idiomatic work for seven B-flat trumpets by this Juliiard-based composer. Some elements are reminiscent of his well-known brass quintet. Everyone has interesting parts which makes it fun to play and rehearse. Highly recommended.
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TRP-133 First Light [6] Page, B.

Composer: Page, Bryan
Number of Trumpets: 7
Duration: 3 minutes
Difficulty: 6
Piccolo trumpet in A, 4 trumpets in B-flat, two B-flat flugelhorns. Modern through-writing. Mysterious feel. Makes an excellent cool-down piece after an exciting work. Asks for careful listening and adherence to dynamics and articulation. Well worth the effort; accessible and effective.
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TRP-073 The Moffett-Klein Phenomenon [8] Galib, M.

Composer: Galib, Michael
Number of Trumpets: 7
Key: C Major concert
Duration: 8 minutes and 20 seconds
Difficulty: 8
The first prize winner of the 2004 ITG Composition Contest (solo trumpet w/trumpet ensemble accompaniment) and premiered at the 2004 ITG Conference in Denver, this work is written for trumpet solo and trumpet ensemble accompaniment. Very intense, even jarring 20th-century harmonies and incessant rhythms that are somehow wonderfully accessible to an audience; the piece holds everyone's almost breathless attention. Lots of fresh ideas for interplay between parts and groups, and challenging and really fun to play. Written for C trumpets, it can also be played on B-flat instruments. This recording is by the trumpet ensemble at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Oho (USA).
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TRP-061 The Rakes of Mallow [5] Anderson, L. (Ford)

Composer: Anderson, Leroy
Arranger: Ford, Barry
Number of Trumpets: 7
Key: F Major concert
Duration: 3 minutes
Difficulty: 5
A really fun piece to rehearse and perform. An uptempo work on the light side and a great closer. Lots of scale passages and repeated melodies that transfer from part to part. Beautifully and idiomatically arranged. One of the "happiest" pieces going. Highly recommended. (No need to play the ending quite as fast as I've done on the recording). NOTE: to view the video full screen to better see the music, click on the lower right hand corner of the video.
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TRP-110 Woolloomooloo Overserved [6] Haskell, J.

Composer: Haskell, Jeffrey
Number of Trumpets: 7
Accompaniment: Piano, bass, drums
Key: various
Duration: 9 minutes
Difficulty: 6
Commissioned by Ed Reid for the University of Arizona's performance at the ITG conference in Australia in 2010 (the recording is of that performance), this piece is in three movements: Getting In, Whilst There, and Recovery and Out. The first movement is reminiscent of Paris in the 30's, the second is a slow dirty blues, the third a medium up tempo swing duet. Each movement can be played separately, but it is fun to play the piece as a set. Of the work, the composer writes, "Woolloomooloo is an eastern suburb of Sydney, Australia, and the name may derive from the Aboriginal pronunciation of windmill or even place of plenty. The town, having recently gone through extensive gentrification, doesn't look like it did in the past. When it was first nicknamed "The Loo," it was a rough-and-tumble working class district of New South Wales. Filled with bars, it was often a destination of those who sought to drink on the cheap. This work describes the trip from Sydney to inside "The Loo," party time, and leaving the scene in a good mood."
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TRP-062 Ye Banks and Braes O' Bonnie Doon [3] Grainger, P. (Ford)

Composer: Grainger, Percy Aldridge
Arranger: Ford, Barry
Number of Trumpets: 7
Key: Bb Major concert
Duration: 2 minutes and 30 seconds
Difficulty: 3
A transcription of the famous arrangement by Percy Grainger. A beautiful and simple setting, excellent for junior high or high school players, teaching style, phrase, and intonation. A very satisfying arrangement for both player and audience. Highly recommended.
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