GUITAR FLUTE AND STRING - AND STRING
GUITAR FLUTE AND STRING - JAPANESE MANDOLINS.
Guitar Flute And String
When learning to play the trumpet many teachers start with the note C. This is an open note and can be played without valves. The next highest note with the same fingering (open) is a whole fifth up. This is the next "natural lip position" on this instrument. All the notes in-between these two notes (1-5) are created using the valves. On the staff the trumpet player is taught to read these notes as "C" and "G." Now we know that the sounds created by the trumpet are really the notes "Bb" and "F" as played on a piano. The trumpet is a transposable instrument. When playing the trumpet the player must know the music they are reading is written a whole step higher then the instrument is sounding. I.E. If the music script is in the key of "G" then the horn is sounding the "F" scale on a piano, guitar, flute, recorder, all the strings, oboe, banjo and accordion Etc. When you lookup the fingerings for an "A" scale in a trumpet book you must remember that you are sounding the key of "G."
Photo taken and given to us by the lovely Allison Mowrer
365 #189 - 13 -February -2008
music: give you my love - zeddy and the neonlights + guitar flute & string - moby
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