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toughest piece you`re learning or can play???    15:24 on Saturday, July 15, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

trumpetkid89
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I have a few toughies. I got the carnival of venice..it's tough. Then there's the hummel, haydn, and arutunian concerto. And i'm trying to teach myself hora staccato by ear. hummel i wouldn't say is that hard....the haydn is a toughy for some reason. Carnival of Venice is a pain cuz u can't play thru it without messin up something at least once lol. Then i can play a hole bunch of stuff in the variation section in the arban book too. so there u go. Senior in highschool soon to be, and playing professional pieces of music. Rock on. or classical on.

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Re: toughest piece you`re learning or can play???    22:58 on Saturday, July 15, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

shmuckonwheels
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Got me. Soon to be junior in high school, playing for 7 years, playing the same crap. Gotta challenge myself some more.

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Re: toughest piece you`re learning or can play???    23:54 on Saturday, July 15, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

hstrumpeteer
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I can now play Haydn Trumpet Concerto. ACtually, I could play all except for a few licks in the first movement due to range and flexibility issues, but now I can play it in its entirety although I dread the Eb above the staff. As for now I'm studying Arbans!!!

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Re: toughest piece you`re learning or can play???    23:57 on Saturday, July 15, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

trumpetguy69
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I am rising Juinior in High School and I am also currently working on the Arutunian and the Haydyn. I played the Hummel last year accompanied by the youth High School philharmonic that I play in. I think the Arutunian is a really cool sounding piece with many cool double tounging runs and is very exciting to play. I have a recording of Sergai Nariakov playing it, which is what i am basing my style off of.

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Re: toughest piece you`re learning or can play???    13:31 on Monday, July 17, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

trumpetkid89
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Quite frankly i'm SICK of the Arutunian...it's just now annoying. Carnival of venice is getting annoying too. There aren't many popular pieces out there. I think i should purchase the Tomasi concerto. But if any of you guys wanna talk, my screen name for aim is Bachm37.

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Re: toughest piece you`re learning or can play???    20:12 on Monday, July 17, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

shmuckonwheels
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Hey, I just turned 16 and play 1st chair in hs. Do you have any suggestions on pieces that would be about my level but challenging? I'm seriously bored. Thanks.

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Re: toughest piece you`re learning or can play???    01:35 on Tuesday, July 18, 2006 Vote for this post Vote against this post 0 votes

trumpetkid89
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Well it depends on what you're looking at. I'm first chair at my hs too, but i'm also in the top 3 best in my state. I'm not really sure how good you are. But not many people do the hole double tounging thing..i know i do, but you might not. And how's your range??? Give the hummel a shot, or the haydn. Fun pieces. I just bought them 2 days ago and they're basically perfected lol. Umm, buy the arban book if you don't have it already...there's a lot of fun stuff to work on in there. 14 Charactaristic studies, and all the different variation stuff. Again, if you want to talk...IM me on aim at Bachm37.

   

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