100 Days of Trumpet Practice is a solid practice ritual. A true recipe book covering all aspects of trumpet playing. Rex Richardson establishes the structure of a disciplined routine. A concept
Divided into two parts (2+2 attacca movements) the Sonatina is a study in contrasts. The opening calm and peaceful theme is quite suddenly interrupted by an aggressive and brutal sounding allegro, and this
This collection is intended for young horn players and pianists. It stimulates them and makes them grow while having fun. Simple in appearance, these little pieces are nevertheless musically rich in
Phrygian Phantasy is Rex Richardson's second work for trumpet sextet, written for the VCU Trumpet Ensemble for performance at the National Trumpet Competition. Drawing upon classical, jazz, and
3 Studies for solo trumpet is a short work that highlights both the technical and also the expressive, thoughtful sides of the instrument. Written in the typical three movement form of fast, slow,
For Cam was written to honor the memory of Cameron Jack Benjamin, who lost his valiant battle against Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia on November 15, 2010, shortly after his 7th birthday. Cam's
Roland Szentpali presents a light and playful piece with Latin American flavors. An excellent encore! Commissioned and recorded by Swiss euphonium soloist Fabian Bloch.
A compilation of 35 of J.S. Bach's most beautiful melodies, either for trumpet alone or with bass accompaniment.
The collection of 12 fantasias for solo violin (TWV 40:14-25) by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1757) was first published in Hamburg in 1735. The Italian influence of the sonata and concerto is clearly
An exciting mix of technical virtuosity and stylistic variety, in a collection of 9 duets which are both challenging and fun to play. Reveal the magic of the horn, with its astonishing range, dynamics and
Commissioned by and dedicated to the 31st International Competition "Citta di Porcia" 2020
Real monsters, or imaginary ones. Sometimes the difference is small!
Monster of the Abyss.
Dominique Roggen has always loved writing music that adheres to Baroque-era principles of musical counterpoint, form, and style.
This love is what led him to write his concerti anachronistici: