Sound The Trumpet Volume 2

Author: Alfred Music
Publisher: Alfred Music
ISBN: 9781457465420
Size: 15.69 MB
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Sound The Trumpet Volume 2 from the Author: Alfred Music. This volume combines the forces of organ and multiple trumpets, for the enhancement and excitement of worship services, weddings, and recitals. This book features six pieces for trumpet duet or trio with organ. A separate part is printed for each trumpeter. Titles: * Alleluia (Cantata 142) by J. S. Bach * Christ Doth End in Triumph (Christmas Oratorio) by J. S. Bach * Concerto: Duo Seraphim by Monteverdi * Concerto (Cantata 142) by J. S. Bach * Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Cantata 147) by J. S. Bach * My Spirit Be Joyful (Cantata 146) by J. S. Bach

Sound The Trumpet From Come Ye Sons Of Art

Author: Henry Purcell
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781554729487
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Sound The Trumpet From Come Ye Sons Of Art from the Author: Henry Purcell. Purcell composed 6 Odes for the Birthday of Queen Mary. Sound the Trumpet is taken from Come, ye sons of art, the ode for Queen Mary's birthday in 1694. Originally a duet for 2 altos and chamber orchestra, this setting is for 2 trumpets and piano.

Sound The Trumpet

Author: Gilbert Morris
Publisher: Bethany House Pub
ISBN: 9781556615658
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Sound The Trumpet from the Author: Gilbert Morris. While General Washington prepares to cross the Delaware, Continental Army dispatcher Micah Bradford is torn between two young women and God's call on his life.

Sound The Trumpet Beat The Drums

Author: Bruce P. Gleason
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806156538
Size: 72.20 MB
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Sound The Trumpet Beat The Drums from the Author: Bruce P. Gleason. Stemming from the tradition of rallying troops and frightening enemies, mounted bands played a unique and distinctive role in American military history. Their fascinating story within the U.S. Army unfolds in this latest book from noted music historian and former army musician Bruce P. Gleason. Sound the Trumpet, Beat the Drums follows American horse-mounted bands from the nation's military infancy through its emergence as a world power during World War II and the corresponding shift from horse-powered to mechanized cavalry. Gleason traces these bands to their origins, including the horn-blowing Celtic and Roman cavalries of antiquity and the mounted Middle Eastern musicians whom European Crusaders encountered in the Holy Land. He describes the performance, musical selections, composition, and duties of American mounted bands that have served regular, militia, volunteer, and National Guard regiments in military and civil parades and concerts, in ceremonies, and on the battlefield. Over time the composition of the bands has changed—beginning with trumpets and drums and expanding to full-fledged concert bands on horseback. Woven throughout the book are often-surprising strands of American military history from the War of 1812 through the Civil War, action on the western frontier, and the two world wars. Touching on anthropology, musicology, and the history of the United States and its military, Sound the Trumpet, Beat the Drums is an unparalleled account of mounted military bands and their cultural significance.

Sound The Trumpet

Author: Mr Allie Smith
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1491894598
Size: 79.45 MB
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Sound The Trumpet from the Author: Mr Allie Smith. The poems contained in this book are simply a reflection of some of our nexus socio-political and socio-economic factors that informed our societies by ways of our life experiences and developments in our respective walks of life over the past and present times indeed. Hence, this book is a mix of issues that were and are pertinent to the admitted and rejected questions and answers for the form and the process of our alleged democratic societies by the specific reasons that informed the subject matter or substance of the written English Language of the poems it sought to pass on to the end user of it. Since, I wrote the poems contained in this book by my academic studies and experiences in Sierra Leone and London between 1980 and 2013. So, I don’t intend any harm to anyone or our societies by the poems as alluded in this book. Accordingly, I hope you enjoy reading this book.

Sound The Trumpet

Author: Jonathan Harnum
Publisher: Sol Ut Press
ISBN: 9781450590181
Size: 14.19 MB
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Sound The Trumpet from the Author: Jonathan Harnum. Second Edition Now Available:How do you make a sound on this hunk of brass? How do valves work? How do you play higher? What are some good exercises for trumpet? What's it like to perform?Sound the Trumpet answers these questions and more as it takes you through the fun world of trumpet playing with a clear, concise style that is sometimes funny and always friendly.Learn more at

Sound The Trumpet

Author: Carson Cooman
Publisher: Lorenz Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780787716653
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Sound The Trumpet from the Author: Carson Cooman. Including fourteen works commissioned specifically for this book, "Sound the Trumpet" offers twenty-three trumpet tunes that range from majestic and stately to thoughtful and introspective. In addition to their usefulness for postludes, preludes, and recitals, many of these pieces offer unique selections for weddings.