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    Trumpet tune in f

    A new and very easy trumpet tune in 6/8. Free sheet music.
    Une nouvelle piece facile et festive en 6/8 pour trompette d'orgue. Partition gratuite.
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    Just a couple of comments for you. Overall, I like the general sound of it. I personally would have simply wrote it in 3/4. In this case changing the time marker from 6/8 to 3/4 wouldn't make the slightest difference in how it's played, as the quarter note (not the 8th) still equals 110, so the tempo would be unchanged. I only mention this because I assume it was intended for beginners and a lot of beginners to music have difficulty processing a 6/8 time. My only other comment is it's entitled a "trumpet" tune, yet you do not have a trumpet part listed. Most of the time when you make a trumpet tune or a tuba rift the main instrument is the trumpet accompanied by the organ or so. As written, you have an organ accompanied by a bass line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by musicteach View Post
    Just a couple of comments for you. Overall, I like the general sound of it. I personally would have simply wrote it in 3/4. In this case changing the time marker from 6/8 to 3/4 wouldn't make the slightest difference in how it's played, as the quarter note (not the 8th) still equals 110, so the tempo would be unchanged. I only mention this because I assume it was intended for beginners and a lot of beginners to music have difficulty processing a 6/8 time. My only other comment is it's entitled a "trumpet" tune, yet you do not have a trumpet part listed. Most of the time when you make a trumpet tune or a tuba rift the main instrument is the trumpet accompanied by the organ or so. As written, you have an organ accompanied by a bass line.
    Thanks for your comments. It's a good idea to write in 3/4 for beginners rather than 6/8. I will do it next time.
    About the name, in French I call this music "piece pour trompette d'orgue" and I do not know how to do the same in English.
    Please, notice that the melody of this music can also be played by a trumpeter or other wind/wood instrument. For the trumpet & organ version the piece should be in Eb or D to avoid too hight notes. I can do it if someone ask me for. Friendly. J-Paul
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    Actually, no, I'm saying as it is written, it is an organ accompanied by a bass line. You've got the brackets beside the treble and bass lines, this makes these two lines the organ part. And it would be fine to play in F, it's just that trumpet players would play this in G, which is not too high for a trumpet player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by musicteach View Post
    Actually, no, I'm saying as it is written, it is an organ accompanied by a bass line. You've got the brackets beside the treble and bass lines, this makes these two lines the organ part. And it would be fine to play in F, it's just that trumpet players would play this in G, which is not too high for a trumpet player.
    Here is for you a version organ and trumpet. PDF organ & trp
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    You did not have to do that! Not at all! I was just giving you my professional opinion.
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