Trumpet Fingering Chart - Trumpet Warmup - Scales - High
Notes and More! All together, I have posted 94 pages of educational
materials for trumpet players.
Besides running a lubricant business, I am also a trumpet
instructor and a composer. My recent compositions have focused on
music for brass students and professional players. I offer
all my music for free and hope that people will put it to good use.
It is all posted here as pdf files. I will be adding the bass
clef versions in the near future.
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are using them in your practice or lessons. Please respect
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then place them in a 3-ring binder.
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FREE TRUMPET PDF SHEET
Chart: A one page fingering chart with the most common
fingerings. Also fine for cornet, flugelhorn, or baritone in treble
Daily Warm-ups for
Trumpet: 10 pages of warm-ups in four sections: long
tones, lip slurs, scales, and tonguing. If you play the whole set,
it takes 30 minutes. You can make a good warm-up from these by
playing one or two exercises from each section. (258Kb)
Exercises: 26 pages of studies in single, double,
triple, and mixed tonguing. Also included are some
challenging studies based on orchestral trumpet parts. (381Kb)
Low Note Studies:
Four pages of studies focusing on the low range of the trumpet. It
takes about 15 minutes to play them all and makes a nice warm-up or
a warm-down. (129Kb)
Arpeggios for Trumpet: This book takes you through all
the major, minor, chromatic and several modal scales and major,
minor, diminished, and augmented arpeggios. 44 pages. (690Kb)
Lip Slur Etudes: Six
fairly challenging etudes based on lip slurs (notes that connect
without changing the valve combination). (229Kb)
Exercise: An exercise to help develop and extend your
high range. Read the notes on page 3 and don't skip the
warm-down at the end! Go only as high as you can without straining.
The high notes will come as you become stronger and more efficient
in your playing. (146Kb)
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