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25 Great Trumpet Solos

Transcriptions * Lessons * Bios * Photos Book/Online Audio

By Eric J. Morones

Book/Online Audio Trumpet
Transcriptions * Lessons * Bios * Photos Book/Online Audio. Trumpet Instruction. Pop, Standards. Softcover Audio Online. 92 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.312560).

Item Number: HL.312560

ISBN 9781480308930. 9.0x12.0x0.232 inches.

From Bix Beiderbecke and Louis Armstrong to Herb Alpert and Chuck Mangione, take a look at the genesis of pop trumpet. This book/online audio access package provides solo transcriptions in standard notation, lessons on how to play them, biographies, instrument information, photos, history, and more. The accompanying audio - available online for download or streaming - contains full-band demo tracks and accompaniment-only tracks for every trumpet solo in the book. Including PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right - available exclusively from Hal Leonard. Songs include: Cherokee (Indian Love Song) * Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White * Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? * Feels So Good * Hello, Dolly! * Holding Back the Years * MacArthur Park * Misirlou * Penny Lane * Salt Peanuts * So What * Zanzibar * and more.

  • Zanzibar 
  • Feels So Good 
  • Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? 
  • Java 
  • Tubthumping 
  • So What 
  • Rise 
  • Cherokee (Indian Love Song) 
  • Do I Do 
  • Dynasty Theme 
  • Misirlou 
  • The Toy Trumpet 
  • The Godfather Waltz 
  • Grazing In The Grass 
  • Hello, Dolly! 
  • Holding Back The Years 
  • Penny Lane 
  • Salt Peanuts 
  • Spinning Wheel 
  • A Sunday Kind Of Love 
  • West End Blues 
  • Riverboat Shuffle 
  • Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White 
  • MacArthur Park 
  • A String Of Pearls 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 1

    Grits Burgh
    South Carolina
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  • November 27, 2015 Incomplete Pieces

    The parts that are in the book are interesting. The trouble is that except for maybe one piece, all you have is excerpts from a piece of music. You don't get the accompaniment to play a complete piece, just the solo. It's not a whole lot of fun...

    to play just a part of a piece of music.

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