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The Classical Wedding (Masterpiece Selections For Organ and Trumpet)

By John Head & Sue Mitchell-Wallace

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Solo trumpet and organ
Arranged by John Head & Sue Mitchell-Wallace. This edition: Complete. Collection. Sue Mitchell-Wallace & John Head Organ & Brass Series. Wedding, General, Sacred. Organ & Trumpet Book. Published by Hope Publishing Company (HP.181).

Item Number: HP.181

This collections contains all the classic trumpet tunes and familiar wedding music appropriate for use in the church service. All have been arranged for organ and solo trumpet. The folio contains a separate pull-out for the brass player.

Composers represented include: Clarke, Bach, Stanley, Greene, Schubert, Mouret, Bohn, and Mendelssohn. The CD features Sue Mitchell-Wallace at the organ and John Head, Principle Trumpet with The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. (The CD also includes The Joyous Wedding.).

  • Ave Maria 
  • Bist du Be Mir 
  • Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring 
  • La Rejouissance 
  • Prince Of Denmark's March 
  • Rondeau and Fanfares 
  • Sleepers Awake  
  • Trumpet Voluntary 
  • Trumpet Voluntary in C 
  • Wedding March 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Maryland
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • August 13, 2011 This is all you will need

    Joyous Wedding and Classical Wedding are pretty much all you need for wedding gigs. Level of expertise required is intermediate, but a couple songs may be considered more advanced because of their range requirements (C# above the staff). The CD (which is sold separately) is a nice way to demo...

    songs for brides-to-be who may not be familiar with them.

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  • 4

    Location:
    Brick, New Jersey
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • January 01, 2008 A Staple for the Wedding Trumpeter

    Although some of these arrangements can be taxing, particularly on a Bb trumpet, another staple for the wedding trumpeter should be a C trumpet. A C trumpet facilitates these arrangements nicely when not owning a D trumpet. Good arrangements and no, this literature isn't the best choice for the...

    casual hobbyist.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Madison
    Difficulty Level:
    Advanced
  • August 05, 2006 Just what I wanted

    Highly recommended for a good player with a horn smaller than a B flat. The arrangements are very well done, and every piece is in the orginal key, where it can sparkle on a D trumpet, or a nice A piccolo. One quick note: the Stanley trumpet voluntary here is...

    the one that begins with the descending line from A down to D. Also, the arrangement of the Wedding March is a pleasant surprise!

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  • 4

    Location:
    South Georgia
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • May 18, 2006 Basic Wedding Library

    This is a good Basic Library of wedding music for the fairly advanced trumpeter. With this book I am not caught off guard when asked to play a wedding, even on short notice. Admittedly, the description shoud note that pieces are in their original key and scored for both Bb...

    and D trumpets. Overall, I must say, the arrangements are solid.

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  • 4

    Location:
    Greenland, NH
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • May 08, 2006 I agree with the good Doctor

    These are very good arrangements where both trumpet and organ share the complexity of the arrangement. I have had nothing but positive response to these arrangements. To our complainer, I say practice, practice, practice. A good, competent Bb trumpeter has the chops to comfortably reach the F above high C...

    . As for 4 sharps, again practice son - practice.

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