How do you play amazing grace on trumpet notes?
do american pie style on the trumpet....knock a banging fart out down the trumpet :)
Id just play around with it, and search for the notes. (anyone else can answer , just g)
how do you play fireflies by owl city on trumpet with the notes on a staff
hey i play trumpet to but i don't know the notes sorry
how to play amazing grace on a viola. provide a transcribed music sheet.
No. Bugles are very limited in the number of notes they can play. The variety of low range notes required to play Amazing Grace would be impossible for a bugle. Jason -- have you *tried* it yourself? I've played a version of "Amazing Grace" on a US Regulation bugle that was recognizable to people who were not told in advance what I would be playing. Think of it like bagpipes or carillon -- true, the… Read More
I don't play the trumpet, its boring
the trumpet can play most notes in music. it all depends on how good the trumpeter is
you look at the notes and play them
You can play alot of notes! they range from like a really low g to really high c that is 2 lines above the staff. i know this b/c i play the trumpet and take lessons.
A trumpet can play both high and low notes but it can hit much more high notes than low notes.
Play the notes G, Bb, A, D.
I imagine that you could if you have the notes for it. I personally do not know the notes to play it. You could just search the Internet for the trumpet notes to play it. Any song can be played on any instrument! This is the dubest question I have ever seen before! -schizophrenix1990
No. A trumpet can only play one note at a time, while a chord by definition is made of at least three notes.
The lowest note that a trumpet is designed to play is the F# below the staff (valves 123). However, good trumpet players can play notes lower than that, though the trumpet is not designed to.
NO its Chelsea and Abby
There are a couple notes that the first two valves on the trumpet can be. You can play A, E, and C#.
The trumpet player forgot the notes to play, so he improvised some new notes.
Sometimes, yes, but not as much as other genres.
If the bugle is in the normal key of B-flat, then the notes played by the bugle correspond to the open notes of the trumpet - no valves pressed down at all. If the bugle is in a different key than the trumpet, you will need to transpose the bugle notes into the key of the trumpet to find which notes to play on the trumpet. After you have done the transposition, it should be… Read More
i play the trumpet i think its cool. if u want to know it its edaegcdedcdecccdecc or gbC CgbCCCbaaggaa by the way this is for Bb trumpet
u get the notes, put it infrot of u, and blow the right notes in the trumpet at the right time. have a good day, and thank me later
Actually, the trumpet can play many notes, and the range is usually limited only by the player's abilities. However, for a typical trumpet student, the range is from concert E below middle C to concert Bb two octaves above middle C.
Key relation of a piano to a trumpet It depends on what kind of a trumpet your playing. A piano is what is called a "C" instrument If you are playing a "C" trumpet you play the same notes as the piano. If you are playing the more common "B Flat" trumpet you must play two half tones above the pianos notes. i.e. Piano plays an F you play G - Piano plays a G… Read More
Anyone can benefit by playing the trumpet, as long as you learn the notes and fingerings. I play the trumpet myself for about a year and it has opened many doors of opportunity.
I'm sorry I don't play the trumpet but you should ask you band teacher or a neighbor that plays the trumpet or music store.
A trumpet player can learn to play Epona's song by listening to the notes and mimicking then in the same rhythm. There are a few score released that can be purchased.
I din't know them either, I play the tuba.
read the notes they teach you that in1st grade
The tuba is a bass instrument and can play notes that are, by frequency, several octaves lower than a trumpet.
Well, many or most of the notes are similar, although they will be in different "places," or valve placements, since the trumpets are in different "keys." What this means is that a "G" trumpet will play a "G" note when no fingering is used, and a "B" trumpet a "B" note.
the lowest note on a trumpet is an f sharp, but pedal tones can go lower. there is really no limit to how high a trumpet can play because there are mouthpieces that allow you to play higher. Also the piccolo trumpet and trumpets of other keys allow you to play much higher than possible of the Bb trumpet.
A bugle in the key k can play any notes in the harmonic series of k. For those of you who play trumpet, you can imagine playing a bugle by holding down any (or no) fingering and seeing what notes you can play with just that fingering.
The lowest and actual note a trumpet can play is a low F# beneath the G under the stage eg. working downwards: C B A G F# However some trumpeters can play notes much lower than this, but these are not real notes.
It is because in order to play a brass instrument you need to vibrate your lips in order to play notes.
that's how you play when the saints go marching in on the recorder gbc'd' gbc'd' gbc'd' b gba bagg b d' d' d' c bc'd' bgag
the first notes are C C G G
A trumpet is a brasswind instrument. A lot of the time it plays melodies similar to clarinets and flutes so sometimes it plays lower notes, but in jazz, the trumpet can play really high notes if you can play higher than the C above the staff. So, technically, its both.
The trumpet can play any of the 12 major scales, any of the 12 natural minor, any of the 12 melodic minor, etc. My point is, the trumpet can play any of the 12 notes in the chromatic scale, therefore, it can play any scale.
you go to your computer and learn for a long time and you'll now how to sing the song amazing grace if you practice more you'll be a singer
Pick up the trumpet, look at the sheet music, and blow the notes! :P
French Horn plays a fourth below concert pitch and trumpet plays a full tone above concert pitch. To play trumpet music on a French Horn, you play a fifth higher that the written notes.
Yes. Eg. for middle g you can play it with valves 1and3.
The trombone is pitched in Bb and if the music is treble clef then you can usually just play it an octave above where it is written.
the answer to this would be yes< you can play any song in chords
if you have an iphone you can.By getting on itunes and downloading it
E, i, e, i, o <sorry couldn't resist
To make more notes possible to play and to create more ease for the player.
C,D,E,F,G,A,B they are the notes but you can play up to as many octives as you want but eventually it will start to sound terrible