Hearing trumpet, the - songs of mystery and magnetics - Trumpet • Inventis


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I have been featured in articles in "The International Trumpet Guild Journal", "Wind Player Magazine", and "Overture" an American Federation of Musicians publication. I have been mentioned in over a dozen books written by other trumpet teachers, in trumpet clinics, dissertations, trumpet forums, magazines, trumpet web sites and even you-tube videos posted by other trumpet teachers.

There is a reason why armies have used buglers for centuries. The sound of the bugle, essentially a valve-less trumpet, carries as few other instruments do. The trumpet will often not only be loud, but may exhibit a kind of piercing quality as well. This is best tamed by the use of a ribbon microphone.


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