How do you play high eb on the trumpet?
I usually do a high Eb, high c#, and high E
A trumpet that plays naturally in the key of Eb. (It can be played in other keys, but the scores are basically musical workarounds.) An Eb trumpet is used mostly by pros. It's harder to play in tune, about 1/3rd smaller than the standard student model Bb trumpet. Eb trumpets are mostly used to play solos.
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to play an Eb at the bottom of the staff use the fingering of 2 and 3. to play the Eb at the top of the staff use the fingering of 2.
It is possible to play a high G on the trumpet. You can play almost about any pitch on the trumpet if your lips are tight enough but they let air flow through.
Most commonly the trumpet plays in Bb, C and Eb. The C trumpet is used widely in American orchestras alongside the ubiquitous Bb trumpet and has a much brighter tone.
The next note above a D is always an Eb.
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for a bottom-line Eb is 12 and the fingering for all higher Ebs is 2.
A concert F on a trumpet is the G note. Since a trumpet is pitched in Bb, trumpet players will always play one note above the concert pitch. Along with that trumpet players will always play in a different key from the concert pitch. Trumpet players will add two sharps to the concert pitch. i.e. If the concert pitch is Eb, 3 flats, then trumpet players will play in the key of F, 1 flat… Read More
First start at Eb that's fingering two and tree then just play blowing in harder at some point and lighter on others.
See the related links section for a link to sheet music with fingerings. For the arpeggio in Eb the relevant fingerings: ○●●| ○○○| ●○○| ○●○| ●○○| ○○○| ○●●| Eb G Bb Eb Bb G Eb For the scale in Eb: ○●●| ●○○| ○○○| ○●●| ●○○| ○○○| ●○○| ○●○| ●○○| ○○○| ●○○| ○●●| ○○○| ●○○| ○●● Eb F G Ab Bb C D Eb D C Bb Ab G F Eb Try http://buzzingit.wordpress.com/2011/08/01/trumpet-e-flat-major-scale/ to see the… Read More
Using lots of air pressure and practice. I have a friend who can play high f on the trumpet on a 7c mouthpiece. It is possible and i have gotten to a d just keep trying !!
it mainly depends on what High School band you are going to join. Most of the time you have to have an instrument from my experience but not always
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.
x68876. From low to high.
Trumpet : C# Bb Ab Bb F Ab Bb Ab Gb Ab Eb Gb Ab B Ab Eb Bb B C Eb Carinet (Immediatley after Trumpet): Bb C Db G Bb Trumpet : C Bb Ab Bb F Ab Bb Ab Gb Ab Eb Gb Ab B Ab Eb Bb B C Eb Clarinet Immediatley after Trumpet): Bb C Db B Bb G F E Trumpet: C Bb Ab C Ab Bb C F C… Read More
A trumpet can play both high and low notes but it can hit much more high notes than low notes.
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.
yes, but you have to remember, a cornet can play higher than a trumpet, but not as loud. Actually, the range of a trumpet or cornet is related to the ability of the player. I have owned cornets and I own several trumpets and I can play equally as high with either.
The range of a trumpet is determined by the skill of the player. Some players can play up to a C above the staff, but many, many can play much higher than that.
trumpet Actually, it depends on the ability of the player. The violin can play up to at least a B two full octaves above B in the staff, andeven though some can,most trumpet players can't play that high.
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for a low Eb is 23 and the fingering for higher Ebs is 2.
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.
Well a trumpet is a brass instrument not low brass, it is in the middle of a high brass and a low brass. I in fact play this instrument and if you can't decide which to play just pick the trumpet it is good sounding and easy and well you get the point. This introduction is by: Mady998
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Depends on what you mean. If you mean can the trumpet play higher than any other instrument, the answer is, it depends on the player. Some players have an extremely high range and are able to play well above double high C. On average, though, most players can't play that high, so the flute or piccolo is a higher pitched instrument.
medium Eb, medium F, medium G,HIGH Ab,HIGH Bb, HIGH C,HIGH D, HIGH Eb(all fingers!)
Theoretically, the range of the trumpet is limited only by the person playing it. However, for a typical trumpet player, the lower end of the range is the F#/Gb below Low C (Concert Bb). The upper range of the trumpet is as high as you can play, but most trumpet players can reach High C (two octaves above low C) relatively comfortably with practice.
The common trumpet in use today comes in C maj or Bb pitch. There are other pitches used such as Eb and D but they are specialist soprano horns. The Bb trumpet range is from low F# to around A above the stave. Though some can play higher than that, it's not really musical.
it's a good idea a lot of girls play trumpet. It doesn't matter who you are the trumpet is a good instrument to play.
Do you play the trumpet? Congratulations, you are a trumpet player.
The tuning and material of a trumpet can affect the notes created but their popularity often stems from when they were 'invented'. The tuning can also relate to the type of music to be played and the other instruments it will be with. Bb Trumpet - Currently most common trumpet - used in bands and jazz ensembles. It produces a warm tone and is recommended for beginners. C Trumpet - Commonly used in orchestras due… Read More
Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in Eb followed the standard three-movement concerto form.
because of your sound waves bouncing off the glass
In high shool she played trumpet and the alto saxaphone in marching band.
low F is first valve down same has high F
Sound it out! Record it, and play it. Play it on the trumpet until you get it right. Keep trying. Remember, the trumpet only has 3 keys!
The trumpet can play either type of part. In bands it's common for the trumpet section to play parts of the melody, while in orchestras it's common for the trumpet section to play a more supporting role.
low because if it was high that scale would be impossible for most
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In concert pitch you need to play Eb, F, G, Ab, Bb, C, and D to match up with the rest of the orchestra, a "Bb trumpet Db scale" will sound like a B major scale (enharmonic Cb).
The melody is: Eb F G Ab Bb C Ab Ab G F Eb Eb, Bb(low) Bb(low) Eb Bb Eb F Eb F G Ab Bb C Ab Ab G F Eb Eb, Bb(low) G Ab Bb G F Eb, D Eb D Eb
7th grade when he learned to play trumpet
people who play the trumpet are caled trumpeters.
The trumpet can (and will) do both.
you get the trumpet then you roll it.
Generally speaking, a trumpet is used to play music written for the trumpet.
If I understand your question correctly, there are many different types of trumpets including (but not limited to) a Bb trumpet, C trumpet, D trumpet, Eb trumpet, Piccolo trumpet, flugelhorn, pocket trumpet, cornet, natural trumpet, rotary trumpet, and many other various styles and families of a trumpet. More can be researched on different websites that specialize in answering this question as well. - Basically BRASS
Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in Eb major was written to show off the abilities of a new chromatic keyed trumpet created by Anton Weidinger.