His contribution to the style progress of trumpeters was considerable. His merit was to anticipate the importance of the evolution of musical tastes towards the insensible replacement of soft and velvet sounds from cornets and bugles by the brilliancy and the vividness of the trumpet, thereby giving Belgium its place among the avant-garde of this modernistic trend. His influence will have a decisive effect on the rapidity with which the trumpet will get its preponderant place at the end of the 19th century. Taking account of the technical and artistic evolution of the trumpet, he will be one of the most talented instrumental performers, not at all avoiding the difficult parts composed by baroque music masters and which nobody dared to play. It seems he was the first instrumentalist to perform, in its integral version and without modifications, the perilous trumpet part of the 2nd Brandenburg Concerto written by Johann Sebastian Bach.
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II ne tourne pas les pages avec bruit, surtout pendant un silence general. II se troove au pupitre It l'heure ind iquee et pendant les repetitions Ie quitte Ie moins possible. II faut,achBqae matation, I'accorder avec nn soin metieuleux que I'execution de certaines ceuvres rend parfois im..
Les artistes qui utilisent ceUe calt! Mais un exe cutaat ser ieux tentera tcujcurs de vaincre la difficulte qui, Ie plus seavent , n'est qU'apparente; il s'apercevra vite qu'un peu de pratique Ie rendra maitre de tout ce qu'on 11Ii presentera. En attendant cette maltrise a se servir d'un instrument Ii ton unique, i1 sera bon, poisqu'on ut i li. Omettre ce reglage serait une faute grave qui compromettrait, an point de vue de la jnstesse, non seulement Ie pnpitre aoqoel on appartient mais enoore I' accord de tout on orchestre et Ia reussite d'u, ne ceuvre que l' on "executerait" alors dans le sens sinistre du mot.
On doit eon se quemment s'abstenirde se servir du t roi, s ierne piston iso lernent Ii cause de la modification sus dite. D ,W,Tf? Ed dJ U. HAL A Y: x.
Tout es ces mauvaises notes se corrigent le pIus souvent an moyen des levtes. La couJisse mobile du tr o is ieme piston se ren eont re plus fn;quemment a u , jour-dhn i et donne satisfaction. Celui-ci Iegerement introduit et un peu prolonge est de bean. Lorsque cet accord a ete fait dans une piece attenan.. S'il est tenu par one eir-ccnstanes quelconque de devoir s'eloigner de I'orchestre pour y interpreter u; ne sonnerie ou un solo dans Ie lointain, sachant aus si que le son baisse sensiblement par l' eloignement, it hausse son instrument selon le besoin et a eu la prudence d'en regler d'avance Ia mesure.
II compte ses mesures avec so in, toutefo is pendant une execution it se fie parfois autant a nne bonne et ser ie nse replique qu'aux rnesures comptees, une erreur est vite faite et nne bonne replique ne ment pas. II est sonple et attentif, oede ou altere un son selon CJue ee lui-ci s'en.. Aces senles conditions Psrf iste se tient Ii la hauteur de sa tache, se fait estimer et cons ider'er , '. A FOND. Pour les harmoniques 7,11,13,14 rcir pace 11 L'harmonique 15 est trop basse et les 21, 22 et 23 sont i nus itees , J..
C' est regrettable. Mais l'exemple n'est ie i qu'nn moyen. II est preferable de respecter l'ecriture existante. Qu'ils soient construits en bois, en verre, en cuivre, en bronze, Ie timbre est identiquement Ie meme.
Les proportions de Ia colonne d'air determimles par la forme du tuyau et 1a maniere dont 1es vibrations de Pair sont en. Voyez la trompette en bois qui sert a de. Jg'iero :! I III! Fe PCft! II,l jjJl? I tf poco allareando '. H01P Q J J. Fj r rSit! I Iif. Jj71 j iii II p ;::,.. COR; tuyau et ro it et conique. Timbre deux mais avec un peu plus de mordant que ee lui du Cor. Timbre eclatant. Timbre moelleux. Au demeurant, ces indications ne se rencontrent que fod -ra'reme'ftt e t ne constituent qu'nne anomalie.
II doit la travailler journellement. Les transpositions, a la qu arte majea.. DSltpP7lapna iT. In , he was named teacher at that conservatory. He died in Brussels.
American players often use this book without understanding the related text material, hence this translation. The first edition was published in However, we have selected for the present tnJuUtion the more readily available revised edition copyright aad have occasionally added phrase markmgs given by Mr.
Fust, I have given the title of each study. Next, 1 have translated :he text whicn appears throughout the book and placed marginal reference numbers which correspond to page numbers of the origisal book.
Where I wish to darlfy or give additional information. I ;Jbced my own comments in brackets. I did not feel it necessary to tradalC the numerous notes at the bottom of pages which merely tda lite reader to additional studies in other method books. Printed in U. Today, in the orchestra, the trumpeters need great technique as well as good musicianship. Contemporary composers do not think of the difficulties they write.
They create it. D, and so on , the trumpet player no longer uses tuning crooks as in the past. Because of the lack of time to tune up.
As the valve trumpet is a chromatic instrument like the flute. Transposition eliminates this inconvenience. If the student trumpeter wishes to progress and to play easily in all keys, both sharp and flat, he must be prepared to study diligently.
During my career as a player and a teacher, I feel I have experienced many kinds of difficulties which I always formulated into appropriate exercises. I have written them down for my own use as well as to aid my students. They have been found useful enough by many of my friends and previous students that this publication has resulted. On this request, I collected my manuscripts and selected these thirty-six studies. It is my hope that this volume will be a useful complement to previous teaching books of this kind.
I have tried to make the practice of these thirty-six etudes as enjoyable as possible. I thought it to be of interest to include technical and historical notes to inform the student and to give him some pauses.
I hope that my efforts continue to form the technique of young payers. My efforts will be greatly rewarded if my work can help them overcome obstacles encountered during their entire careers. Theo Charlier, after devoting many years to teac:hinI. Without a doubt there are more technical studies-more difficult in terms of rhythm and melody than these provided here.
There are also other musical pieces which will introduce the student to the novelties of modern music. But we can assure you that the person who will make an effort and who will apply serious work to thIS book will have great reward.
He will become a virtuoso and a musacun. Laurent: Practical Studies. Study No. Alphonse Leduc [The following phrase markings were stated by R.
Sabarich and are not indicated in the tex t: Line I. I descresccndo on count 3 Line 6, meas. I crescendo to count 3 Line 7, meas. He has an instrument in good condition and a good mute which will not alter intonauon. He must not IPractice excerpts of the work before a performance. He does not tum over pages of his part noisily, especially during a pause. He must be in his section on time and must stay there as long as possible durin. He pushes in the slides of his instrument quietly, with the valves down so as not to m:d:e noise.
The change of a crook will make an instrument out of tune. It must be tuned up carefully each time a crook is chan,ed. Players' that use these instruments trumpets, comets. While awaiting this mastery, to playa single key instrumeat is good when one uses the set of replacemen t slides and learns to tqubte every slot after knowi", the following which is theoretic:aIIy correct: I.
The fundamental tone not in use is not shown in the table. The seventh harmonic is too 10,," I to be in tune ; except those encircled. Those sounds enclosed in a diamond are brought in tune by extending the third valve slide. The eleventh and thirteenth harmonics are exactly between the two tones enclosed in a square: too high for the lo I This table of harmonics is made as usual for the writing of these instruments; see p.
Harmonics Every tone occurring by the simultaneous we of two or three valves is always too high sharp. Therefore, it is often better to use the simplest fingering [least number of valves.
36 Études transcendantes (Charlier, Théo)
Charlier - 36 Etudes for Trumpet