Bach pocket trumpet. Epiphone mm 30e mandolin. Damien rice cello sheet music.
Bach Pocket Trumpet
- The pocket trumpet is a compact size B trumpet, with the same playing range as the regular trumpet. It is a non-standard instrument, not to be found in orchestral brass sections and is generally regarded as a novelty.
- German baroque organist and contrapuntist; composed mostly keyboard music; one of the greatest creators of western music (1685-1750)
- the music of Bach; "he played Bach on the organ"
- Johann Sebastian (1685–1750), German composer. An exceptional and prolific baroque composer, his compositions range from violin concertos, suites, and the six Brandenburg Concertos (1720–21) to clavier works and sacred cantatas. Large-scale choral works include The Passion according to St. John (1723), The Passion according to St. Matthew (1729), and the Mass in B minor (1733–38). Three of his sons were also well-known composers: J(ohann) C(hristian) Bach (1735–82), known as the London Bach, J(ohann) C(hristoph) F(riedrich) Bach (1732–95), known as the Buckeburg Bach, and W(ilhelm) F(riedemann) Bach (1710–84), known as the Halle Bach
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My old Imperial pocket trumpet, purchased used at Volkwein's music (when it was still on the North Side.) The valves need work, but I don't know if it's worth fixing.
Another one of my Stagg Pocket Trumpet, taken through the viewfinder of my Duaflex. I've attempted to frame the instrument within it's own case
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