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  • Trumpet In The Old Trumpet

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    Introduction The word trumpet in the Old Trumpet is translated from the Hebrew word Showphar (sho-far – Strong’s Number: 7782) and also from the word Chatsotsrah (Khats-o-tser-aw – Strong’s Number: 2689) Another word that implies the sounding of the trumpets is truw’ah (ter-oo-aw’ – Strong’s Number: 8643). It is an acclamation of joy or a battle-cry; especially clangor of trumpets, as an alarm, blow (-ing) (of, the) (trumpets), joy, jubilee, loud noise, rejoicing, shout (-ing), (high, joyful) sound

  • Trumpet Coursework

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    “Explore the way that Kay portrays family relationships in Trumpet. In what way does this theme relate to the struggle for identity?” Joss Moody the protagonist of Jackie Kay’s novel Trumpet lived in a world full of contrasts – internally Josephine but to all who knew him the famous trumpet player Joss. Having to deal with so much contrast so close to home can make a person wonder who is right and what to believe leaving them struggling to figure out who they are amongst it all. Being that the novel

  • Experiencing the Trumpet Essay

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    Journal of January 1692 The trumpet is an aerophone, and it produces sound by passing a airstream “through the player's vibrating lips, so gaining intermittent access to the air column which is to be made to vibrate” (14, par. 1). Present-day trumpets are made of brass, and can play a very wide range of registers through the use of the instrument’s valves or the musician’s ‘lipping’ technique to modulate the pitch of the trumpet. According to Bo Lawergren, the trumpet was originally used to mask

  • Trumpet Music Research Paper

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    to play the trumpet. However, as with most arts, it's not always as easy as it seems. Most people figure that simply stated, if they want to play the trumpet they have to learn two things: how to make a sound and how to play different notes. That's true, but that first one is a biggie. Being able to play notes on a trumpet is very different than playing musically, with an enjoyable sound. There's knowing how to play the trumpet, and then there's really knowing how to play the trumpet. It's that quality

  • The Importance Of Being A Successful Work Of A Trumpet Player

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    to be the most common impediment to a successful performance for trumpet players. Performance Anxiety Performance anxiety is perhaps the

  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Trumpet

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    The Trumpet In fourth grade our class was taken to the gym to see the older kids playing instruments. There were so many different instruments being played, the sounds they were making with their instruments were awesome. It looked like it would be a lot of fun to play an instrument in the band and I couldn’t wait to get to try it. They let us pick our top three instruments we thought we liked and let us see them closer up and try them out. The trumpet was the first and the only instrument I tried

  • Personal Narrative: My Decision To Play The Trumpet

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    in playing. Once again I thought for a moment and then I made my decision to play the trumpet. Joining band has shaped me into the person I am today, because I discovered something about myself that I probably would never have found, I made more friends, and I can now play a few different instruments and read most music. When I joined band, I was one of the two girls playing a brass instrument. I chose the trumpet, because it is the loud, proud one. Little did I know, I had quite a talent for playing

  • The Influence of Music Essays

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    readers about is the trumpet and where it came from, as well as how it has changed over many years. The point that I am arguing is the fact that many people do not know where the trumpet has come from and how it has affected society. The trumpet has been used for many years for many different uses that many folks do not even know about or have even thought about. In

  • Comparison Between Claude Debussy And G.f

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    pieces being studied, the various differences are present more often. Debussy’s “Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun” is a softer, springtime sound with the flute as its main instrument. Handel’s “The Trumpet Shall Sound” has a gospel feel with the soloist’s melismatic notes and the presence of the trumpet soloist. Through the comparison between rhythm, harmony, timbre, dynamics, form, and word-music relationship, we will be able to see the similarities and differences. Debussy’s “Prelude to the Afternoon

  • Brass Instruments: Classical Vs. Big Band

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    disadvantages, beginner students should use the mouthpiece that comes with the trumpet until their development changes. There are different mouthpiece rims and they all have different sounds to them. A wide rim gives an increase of endurance. A narrow rim improves your flexibilty, a round one improves comfort and a sharp rim increases your precision and attack. The mouthpiece cup also have different sizes and therefore makes the trumpet sound different. A large rim

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