The Types Of Trumpets

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 7:23 AM , have 0 comments
The most common type of trumpet is a B-flat trumpet, but C, D, E-flat, E, F, G and A trumpet is also available. C trumpet is most often used for orchestral performances in the U.S., a smaller trumpet produce sound lighter than the B-flat trumpet. Since the writing of the music on each key in a different trumpet, trumpet usefulness with others, they have no control, the tone does not mesh, and also because a player may choose to play certain parts in different trumpet. Orchestra - trumpet players are generally adept at changing the tone.

Level up trumpet tones in each of which are written in F sharp increase in the pitch half directly from the C up about three octaves higher. The songs are standards rarely use this tone level, and plays his fingers according to the method written in C (high C) two octaves above middle C.

Some professional trumpet players, including Bill Chase, Roger Ingram, Maynard Ferguson, Wayne Bergeron, Dizzy Gillespie, Jon Faddis, Cat Anderson, Malcolm Mc nab, James Morrison, and Arturo Sandoval. It is possible to bring the pedal tones below the F below although this technique has more to do with the sound produced is not what is written in the user's trumpet.
trumpet in C with rotary valves

Piccolo Trumpets are generally made to be used in both B-flat and A, a flute is different for each key. Tube in B-flat piccolo trumpet and a half width of the B-flat trumpet that standard. Piccolo trumpet in G, F and even C was also made, but are rarer.

Many trumpet players that use the smaller end of the piccolo trumpet, flute Due to small size, limited durability and techniques that produced different sounds that used in B-flat trumpet. Almost all piccolo trumpet has four valves instead of three: lower pitch fourth valve, usually with a fourth valve, to play a lower tone. Maurice Andre, Hakan Hardenberger, and Wynton Marsalis are some well-known piccolo trumpet players.

The point of trumpet tones in the key of G is also called sopranos, or soprano bugles, after the adaptation of the military trumpet. Traditionally used in drum and trumpet, sopranos have characteristic between the valve and valve inflatable round.

Bass trumpet is usually played by a trombone player, with the same tone point and use the same flute. Trumpet played bass trombone or flute uphonium, music and books to guide the soprano clef.

Modern slide trumpet is a B-flat trumpet that has a slide instead of valves. This is similar to a soprano trombone. Trumpet first slide displayed during the renaissance, adapted back from modern trombone, and this is the first experiment to reproduce the tone of a musical instrument. Slide trumpet is a trumpet played first allowed in the Christian church. Some slide trumpet designs like the one in the eighteenth century, "tromba da tirarsi" played in some bach cantanta (religious songs), which also have to use them like a slide trumpet.

Small Trumpet B-flat trumpet is small. Bell is smaller than usual and more narrow pipe to reduce its size without reducing the width of the pipe. The design is not up to standard, and the quality of each model is different. Trumpet It can have a good tone quality and sound that is unique and hard: the sound of the melodious and sounds like articulation.
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