What is the note Bb on the trumpet?
If you're asking how to play the note Bb, you play it by pushing the first valve.
If you're asking about what pitch it is, Bb on a typical trumpet is the same as Ab on a piano.
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for A is 12.
They are in different keys, a Bb trumpet is in the key of Bb while a Flute is in the key of C. so if you wanted them to sound the same have the trumpet play a Bb and the flute a C
A trumpet is pitched in Bb. A flute is pitched in C. If a flute is playing a C, and a Trumpet is playing a C as well, the flute is playing a concert C, while the trumpet is playing a concert Bb. They are the same note on paper, but different concert pitches.
The lowest written note in the range of a Bb trumpet is a low Gb. The frequency of this pitch is 184.997Hz. Of course, the true "lowest" note is limited only be the skill of the player.
There is a link below to a sheet of music with all the notes in the written range of a Bb trumpet. It includes note names and fingerings. Note for non-Bb trumpets: The fingerings for the written notes will stay the same, however the pitches (and names of the notes) will be different.
A Bb trumpet is in the key of Bb, a C trumpet is in the key of C. When you play a Bb on a Bb trumpet, it sounds a C (concert pitch). When you play a Bb on a C trumpet, it sounds a Bb. C trumpets are in the key of C or concert pitch
The 1st note of a Bb scale, then the 5th. Both are open.
Bb is played with first valve if you are using a standard Bb Trumpet.
The trumpet can come in many keys, but Bb is the most common.
If, by "bb" you mean b-flat, that is a trumpet that plays in the key of B-flat, as opposed to a C trumpet or E-flat trumpet.
a pocket trumpet weighs the exact same as a Bb trumpet, the only difference between a pocket trumpet and a Bb trumpet is that the tubing on the pocket trumpet is much more compact
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
if you are playing a Bb trumpet, concert A is your B, and concert G is your A. To transpose to the trumpet note, go one whole step (two half steps) higher than the "concert" pitch.
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
The most common type of trumpet is a Bb trumpet.
Many types of trumpets exist, and most of these are made with both piston and rotary valves. Bb trumpet C trumpet D trumpet Eb trumpet (sometimes a convertible D trumpet) G trumpet (not very common, also called soprano trumpet) Piccolo Trumpet (keyed in A or Bb, and in the case of Bb sounds a full octave above a normal Bb trumpet) There are some other types of horns that are either not classified as trumpets… Read More
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 Bb and a C trumpet are two different instruments, A Bb trumpet is set in the key of Bb while the C trumpet is set in the key of C (or concert) so seeing as they are two different instruments i would say they are equally as good.
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 third valve alone increases the length of tubing by about the same amount as both the first and second valves combined. On a Bb trumpet this can produce: A, E, C# Note that if you try to use third valve alternate fingerings, your pitch will tend to be flat.
Short answer: 140-147cm for a Bb trumpet According to a 2003 article (link below) by the International Trumpet Guild, the expected length of tubing in a Bb trumpet is 147cm. However, multiple independent measurements of actual Bb trumpets found an actual length of about 140cm.
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for A# is 1.
first valve down gives you Fabove middle C. F# is the lowest note that a common Bb trumpet can play without the use of any slides. It has a fingering of 1-2-3
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for Bb is 1. On most brass instruments, none of the keys are pressed down
no, bugles and Bb trumpets are the same. Bugles are just a little more compact then a Bb trumpet
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for F is 1.
Dizzy played a Bb (B flat) trumpet.
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for Ab is 23.
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for B is 2.
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for C is open.
Just the shape.
The word trombone derives from the Italian tromba and one (or ona). Tromba means trumpet, and one (or ona) means big. The Bb tenor trombone (or "big trumpet") is pitched one octave below the Bb trumpet, and its tubing length, at 108 inches, is twice as long as the tubing in a Bb trumpet.
C, Bb, Bb, A, A, F, E, A, A, A, F, E, A, A, A, Bb, Bb, C, Bb, F
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
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for A is 1st and 2nd valve.
On a standard Bb trumpet, the fingering for E# is 1.
Well, Trumpet is in Bb and Trombone is in C, so transposing is the same as it would be from clarinet to flute (which makes sense to me then). First, the key changes....so if you were in Bb for trumpet, you would be in C for trombone...you take away 2 flats/add 2 sharps if going from trumpet to trombone. Once the key is taken care of, then you can transpose by just taking the trumpet… Read More
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You can use any instrument to play jazz but the "Jazz" trumpet (A trumpet with Valves) in the key of Bb is the best.
The 'buttons' are called valves and a normal trumpet in Bb or D will have 3
The average Bb trumpet is about 134cm (almost 4 and a half feet).
A Bb for trumpet is a C, open, because the trumpet isn't already in concert pitch it needs to be transposed 2 steps up. Like a F for many other instruments would be a G, open, on trumpet. It's actually two half-steps, not two steps.
the fingering for an A# on the trumpet is the same as the fingering for a Bb, it is just the first finger, or 1
first valve (closest to you)!
first valve down
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
Approx. 1 foot and 6in A Bb trumpet is about 4 and 1/2 feet of tubing.
(Trio) A, Ab, A, Bb, A, Bb Bb, A, Bb, C, B, C D, F, D, C, Bb, A, G, A Bb, D, C, Bb, A, G, F
a trumpet, like every other instrument, can produce all the note from Ab-G Ab A Bb B C Db D Eb E F Gb G so a total of 12 notes, not including enharmonic spellings (F#/Gb is an enharmoninc spelling because it is the same note)
A trumpet is an instrument in the brass family. It uses valves, mainly three, to change its pitch. To produce a tone on a trumpet, the player must "buzz" their lips into the trumpet's mouthpiece, using plenty of air which should be engaged by use of the diaphragm, or upside-down bowl shaped muscle that allows your lungs to expand and contract. The trumpet is probably the most recognizable instrument from the brass family, and it… Read More