The Boosey & Hawkes Trumpet Anthology
21 Pieces by 13 Composers
by Various
Trumpet Solo - Sheet Music

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Trumpet, Piano Accompaniment

SKU: HL.48019637

21 Pieces by 13 Composers. Composed by Various. Boosey & Hawkes Chamber Music. Classical. Softcover. 96 pages. Boosey & Hawkes #M051105380. Published by Boosey & Hawkes (HL.48019637).

ISBN 9781423441694. UPC: 884088171858. 9x12 inches.

New collection featuring works by the most prominent Boosey & Hawkes composers, including Bernstein, Britten, Copland, Maxwell Davies, Rorem, Stravinsky, Tull, and others. Special study was paid to state contest solo lists, making these ideal collections for advanced high school and college players.

Contents: BERNSTEIN: Red, White and Blues • Rondo for Lifey • A Simple Song from Mass • BRITTEN: Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury (for three trumpets) • BUTTERWORTH: Fanfare and Berceuse • COPLAND: Billy and his Sweetheart from Billy the Kid • Quiet City • Zion's Walls from Old American Songs, Set 2 • MAXWELL DAVIES: Fanfare for Lowry (for two trumpets) • Sonatina • EROD: Enjoying Life • GRUNDMAN: Conversation • JENKINS: Salm o Dewi Sant • KATS-CHERNIN: Slicked Back Tango • ROREM: Cries and Whispers • SCHWERSTIK: Fantasy Piece • Serenade • STRAVINSKY: Fanfare for a New Theatre (for two trumpets) TULL: Eight Profiles • Rhapsody • Three Bagatelles I. Prelude • II. Improvisation • III. Caprice.

  • Sonatina
  • Serenade
  • A Simple Song
  • Zion's Walls
  • Rhapsody
  • Conversation
  • Billy And His Sweetheart
  • Rondo For Lifey
  • Red, White And Blues
  • Fanfare For St. Edmundsbury
  • Fanfare And Berceuse
  • Quiet City
  • Fanfare For Lowry
  • Enjoying Life
  • Salm O Dewi Sant
  • Slicked Back Tango
  • Cries And Whispers
  • Fantasy Piece
  • Fanfare For A New Theatre
  • Eight Profiles
  • Three Bagatelles