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Rating: 4 Fast, easy and straightforward by on June 2, 2011 @6:51 am PST
The music downloads instantly and is put in a really great key for the trumpet. The trills fall easily on the horn. The one thing I would change is that there are several spots in the music that I took up an octave (very beginning and pretty much any time it goes down to a low G) because especially at a wedding, it is more appropriate to play the part higher.
Rating: 3 You may need to do some editing . . . by on May 29, 2010 @9:15 pm PST
Most of this piece is written for the lower range of the trumpet where it doesn't quite sound right. I bought this for a wedding & was asked by the organist to take most of it up an octave. It just doesn't sound very brilliant as written. The second page (after the repeat) is actually pretty difficult for a tune like this. Don't wait until the last minute to practice it! Overall, with some adjustments, it's an okay arrangement, especially if you need one to play soon. Just click, buy, and print.
Rating: 3 Trumpet in Bb Hornpipe by on September 14, 2007 @7:51 am PST
The first section of this transcription decently follows the orignial. If you play all the low-register up an octave it sounds nice (who wants to end a wedding or play a festival song that starts on a flatulence-esque low G?!). The second half of this is ok for the dexterous trumpet player but is complicated for even professional organists. So I'd recommend this piece, but only if you play the first part in a more "normal" register, and if you only play the first page of the trumpet part.

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