Ped. part from Prelude from the Te Deum for Solo Trumpet & Organ (Pro-version)

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Full details

Trumpet Tune by Charpentier for Trumpet & Organ, to suit Pro players.

There are other version in my store in lower tessituras, for semi-pro and younger players.

The first trumpets were made by vibrating the lips into an amplifier of some type, like a shell or an animal horn. The first metal trumpets are attributed to the Egyptians, after two trumpets were discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamun: one of silver and one of bronze. These types of trumpets were used for signaling, and the sound they produce has been compared to the braying of a donkey. The trumpet´┐Żs primary use through most of history has been for signaling, especially in times of war. In the Middle Ages, the trumpet began to appear in courts, providing ceremonial fanfares.

Around 1400, instrument makers discovered the method for tube bending, and the trumpet began to take its familiar curved shape. Around the same time, trumpet players began to experiment with the range of the trumpet. By the 1550s, five part trumpet ensembles requiring each player to perform a different register of the trumpet were appearing.


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Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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