Complete Conservatory Method for Trumpet

New Authentic Edition with Accompaniment and Performance CD

Jean-Baptiste Arban

Edited by Thomas Hooten & Jennifer Marotta
Spiral-bound
Performing Ensemble: Trumpet with Piano
Instrumentation: Trumpet
Item Number: O21XSB
Number of Pages: 436
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music
Print Status: In Print

$39.99
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Carl Fischer is proud to present a new edition of the method of choice for generations of trumpet players. The New Authentic Edition of Arban's Complete Conservatory Method contains the same tried and true comprehensive system of study that Arban developed over a century ago, and this completely re-engraved edition has been painstakingly edited by prominent trumpet performers and teachers Thomas Hooten and Jennifer Marotta, adding some of their own insights with respect to how trumpet is taught today.
The Arban Complete Conservatory Method is the definitive must-have for all trumpet players. With this masterful new edition and all of its extra resources, the Arban will remain the driving force in trumpet education for generations to come.

Complete Conservatory Method for Trumpet

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Additional Information

Editor Hooten, Thomas , Marotta, Jennifer

Details

Notes and Track Listings for the MP3 Accompaniment and Performance CD
Fingering Chart for Trumpet/Cornet
Diagram of the Trumpet and Cornet
Preface to the 1894 and 1936 Editions
Editorial Note by Thomas Hooten and Jennifer Marotta
About Jean Baptiste Arban
About Thomas Hooten
About Jennifer Marotta
Introduction by Jean Baptiste Arban
Range
Alternate Fingering
Mouthpiece Position
Attack
Breathing
Style: Faults To Be Avoided
I. First Studies
Explanatory Notes on the First Studies; Syncopation; Rhythmic figures and 6/8 Meter
Music Studies
First Studies
Syncopation
Rhythmic Figures
6/8 Meter
II. Slurring or Legato Playing
Explanatory Notes on Slurring or Legato Playing
Music: Studies on Slurring or Legato Playing
III. Scales
"Explanatory Notes on Major and Minor Scales, Chromatic Scales and Triplets"
Music Studies
Major Scales
Minor Scales
Chromatic Scales
Chromatic Triplets
IV. Ornaments
Explanatory Notes on the Simple or Long Appoggiatura; the Short Appoggiatura or the Grace Note; the Portamento
"The Double Appoggiatura, the Turn, the Trill and the Mordent"
Music Studies:
Preparatory Studies for the Turn
The Turn
The Double Appoggiatura
The Simple or Long Appoggiatura
The Short Appoggiatura
The Portamento
The Trill
The Mordent
V. More Advanced Studies
"Explanatory Notes on Intervals; Broken Octaves and Tenths; Rhythmic Figures, Arpeggios and Cadenzas"
Music Studies
Intervals
Broken Octaves and Tenths
Triplets
Rhythmic Figure
Major and Minor Arpeggios
Dominant Seventh Arpeggios
Diminished Seventh Arpeggios
Cadenzas
VI. Tonguing
"Explanatory Notes on Triple Tonguing, Double Tonguing, the Slur and Double Tonguing, and Fanfare Tonguing"
Music Studies
Triple Tonguing
Double Tonguing
The Slur and Double Tonguing
Fanfare Tonguing
VII. The Art of Phrasing
150 Classic and Popular Melodies
VIII. 68 Duets for Two Cornets
IX. Concluding Remarks: 14 Characteristic Studies
X. 12 Celebrated Fantaisies and Airs Varies
AUDIO CONTENTS:
Arban Fantasies Accompaniment Audio MP3s
14 Characteristic Studies Performed by Thomas Hooten