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taps sheet music

    
taps sheet music    21:42 on Tuesday, November 09, 2004          
(jon)
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I can`t find any taps sheet music either


Taps - music and sounds    22:05 on Monday, November 15, 2004          
Re: Please I need Taps sheet music ???    17:34 on Thursday, November 18, 2004          
(Anthony C)
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hi ineed taps for trumpet


music for taps????????/    23:05 on Saturday, November 20, 2004          
(Jordan)
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Please... First of all, let it be clear that any piece of music can be played in any key... Anyways... It`s traditionally played in concert E flat for B flat trumpet. That way, it`s first valve all the way. Just do the rythem and lip up and down to change pitches. I promise, it`s not hard if you know the tune.


Re: Please I need Taps sheet music ???    08:33 on Sunday, November 21, 2004          
(Yvonne)
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If anyone has sound files of Trumpet Notes- Could you please email them to me YvoHath@wmconnect.com I have a yahoo group - and I Would like to have a section for Newbies or Bginners - so if they are self teaching they could have a frame of reference for the notes. Because newbies are not exactly sure what notes they are getting out. Or if you have a link to page with the sound files please email them to me YvoHath@wmconnect.com - I have found that there is not really any quality stuff on the net for newbies.


Taps    01:53 on Monday, November 22, 2004          
(Peter)
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Check the link just above, it has the sound files and the music for Bugle calls. Should be evrything you need.


Re: Please I need Taps sheet music ???    14:45 on Monday, November 22, 2004          
(Bryan)
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Well, as someone who played in bugle corps, when I play it on a trumpet I play it with the 3rd valve down (to imitate a sop).


o_o    00:20 on Wednesday, November 24, 2004          
(Conexion)
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Any idiot can figure out how it is fingered [or the lack thereof]. Seriously, 4 freaking pages on how to do taps? It takes maybe all of 5 seconds to realize it is played purely by partials. And for those who have seen any of those no-valved horns... that... maybe... a small clue? Bleh...


Re: Please I need Taps sheet music ???    16:38 on Sunday, November 28, 2004          
(Katie)
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Where do I get free taps music for violin and flute??


Re: Please I need Taps sheet music ???    02:20 on Thursday, March 10, 2005          
(Bill)
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Play the link in A minor and thats it.


Re: Please I need Taps sheet music ???    21:56 on Saturday, October 22, 2005          
(I)
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Taps can be played on any starting note and trasposed to fit, but the bugle sound is made of A,D, F#, A


Re: Please I need Taps sheet music ???    10:07 on Monday, October 24, 2005          
(Ray)
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According to trumpet players I know who play in a military band and often have funeral duty, playing Taps using valves 1&2 matches the key of a standard military bugle. But, as already noted in other posts, it can be played on trumpet using any fingering you choose. Playing it all open (starting on G) is probably the most comfortable for someone with good high range, but 1&2 or 1&3 could make it a little easier for those who aren`t particulary strong in the higher register.


Re: Please I need Taps sheet music ???    18:14 on Wednesday, November 09, 2005          
(Will)
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I want to know how to play Taps, what are the notes


taps reply    17:22 on Friday, December 02, 2005          
(tryintofindaway)
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you can use either (1&2) or (2) (3) or (1&3)


Taps chart    21:50 on Friday, December 02, 2005          
(Joe Pinesfore)
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You guys slay me. Look in Rubank`s Intermediate Method book. Remember that one? Page 27.


   





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