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Trumpet Dance Song


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Take the Lead Christmas Songs: Trumpet (Book & CD)
Take the Lead Christmas Songs: Trumpet (Book & CD)
Eight Christmas songs that can be used as stand-alone solos or as ensemble pieces. Each piece includes chord symbols in concert pitch for use by piano or guitar. In addition the player can use the full backing track from the CD as accompaniment. The CD also includes tuning notes and full-version demonstration tracks of each song to help each musician learn the song. Titles in Christmas Songs are: The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)
* Frosty the Snowman
* Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
* Little Donkey
* Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
* Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
* Sleigh Ride
* Winter Wonderland.

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Public Dance, Xi'an, China
Public Dance, Xi'an, China
In a square in front of the gate, there were hundreds of people in what appeared to be a traditional Chinese folk dance. Ranging in age from teens to 80s, some in colorful costumes, some in suits, some in t-shirts and jeans. Just out of the frame on the left were a couple of drummers, one of them playing a drum so large it had to be wheeled in on a cart. This happened both nights we were in Xi'an. I got the impression this must be where the locals gathered for an evening's free entertainment. On this one city block there must have been a thousand people. A large group danced here in front of the gate, while across the street there was a group of at least 150 gathered in a circle, all singing Chinese opera. In the center of the circle stood a man directing the group, as well as a trumpet player, a sax player, and someone with cymbals. The men in the circle sang their parts, the women sang their parts, and everyone knew the song. It was great to watch. I only wish I knew the song so I might join in.
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trumpet dance song
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Trumpet Basics: A Method for Individual and Group Learning (Book & CD) (Faber Edition: Basics)
Trumpet Basics is a landmark method by one of the leading figures in trumpet education. It starts at absolute beginner level and progresses to about elementary level.

There are 20 stages, each section includes a wonderful variety of concert pieces from the great composers, traditional tunes and fun, original exercises, 'finger gyms' and 'warm ups' to help establish a sound technique, 'fact files' and 'quizzes' to teach notation and general musicianship, helpful, clear 'fingering charts' and 'rhythm boxes' and great illustrations.

This Book/CD edition is the perfect resource as the CD contains all the accompaniments to all the pieces as well as providing additional parts for the duets and trios. It is most suitable for those wanting to teach themselves.

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