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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Such elements include influences from Brazilian folk music, specifically at the melody, harmony caractersticos rhythm. This work serves as in introductory performance guide for trumpet players to prepare for performance, as well as presents comments about the pedagogical usage of the studies. The complete collection has twelve studies, and this work will focus in on two of them.
The main reason for this choice is because these studies present the general characteristics of the other studies.
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This work also includes a glossary of the musical expressions contained in the studies. A sort of song characteristic from the Brazilian Northeast, usually sung by cowboys while gathering cattle.
The white moon of Bach, in reference to the German baroque composer. The same as Cadenza. A syncopated music style, usually instrumental, well ornamented and with improvisations. With the hand, or using the hand as a substitute for a plunger mute. The same as maestoso or broadly. A kind of puppet, usually found at the Brazilian Northeast part. Fast musical tempo that relies on a caboclinho, which is a Brazilian Northeastern rhythm.
Waltz from Sao Paulo which implies a specific style of interpretation.
Dance in a fast rhythm characteristic from the Brazilian Northeast. Or Wah-Wah, which implies the use of harmon mute.
Inhe was awarded a scholarship from the Arvans Foundation to study for two years at the University of Hartford. Once there, he studied under David Caractristicos, French horn teacher, and Bert Lucarelli, chamber music teacher.
While in his first year as a composer, he was awarded first place in the Claudio Santoro National Composition Contest, organized by the University of Brasilia. He is considered a talent in evolution and his compositional work features a versatile musical ability. Therefore, his catalog reveals works for a wide variety of instrumentation from solo to orchestral works.
Those are currently among his published works. An unpublished work is among his recent productions, the 12 Estudos Bem Humorados para Trompete.
The work was completed in February ; however, unlike the works for French Horn, which were organized with increasing difficulty, the studies for trumpet are organized in a random order. He is a great Brazilian talent that we have to recognize.
Internet interview, September 27, Translated by the author, December 8, Thus, the Morais studies are most likely performance studies rather than didactic or technical studies. Morais trumpet studies presents elements of Brazilian folk music, including valsa, maxixe, choro, baiao, aboio and xaxado, as well as original material by the composer. Therefore, keeping in mind the many keys of the horn, these studies can also be played in instruments such as C trumpet, B-flat and C cornet or flugelhorn.
The studies were not recorded officially; in fact, only two studies were informally recorded and one of them was uploaded to an internet web site, that study being the seventh.
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Each study was dedicated to a different Brazilian trumpeter, and they are organized in the following sequence: Se Ernesto tocasse trompete Dilermando e o trompete, dedicated to Gilberto Siqueira. Um trompete callado, dedicated to Reginaldo Farias in memorian.
The studies are well humored because in most of them I use well known themes. Interview by author, September 25, Translated by author, December 8, The studies were thought for the B-flat trumpet, the instrument that everyone [Trumpeters] has in Brazil.
Com grande agilidade, dedicated to Fernando Dissenha.
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Pattapiando no trompete, dedicated to Anor Luciano. Choro, dedicated to Moises Alves. O trompete caracterristicos Anacleto, dedicated to Ayrton Benck.
Um trompete abrindo alas, dedicated to Maico Lopes. All of the players who received the dedicatory are professionals who are currently working either in schools or in orchestras, with the exception of Reginaldo Farias and Gilberto Siqueira. Those references can be found either in the rhythm, melody, or even by the usage of grammatical expressions intended to be a guide or help the interpreter define what way to adapt their playing.
The form of the study is a Fantasia or Fantasy; this is a style of writing that allows the composer to use his feelings and apply familiar themes with possible variations.
Confirmation of the reference to Nazareth’s work, in addition to the usage of rhythm and melodic excerpts, is the printed phrase “se Ernesto tocasse trompete7.
After that, it changes the meter and follows in a two four meter, presenting a soft tempo change from quarter note equals to 66 in a metronomic time to quarter note equals to 72, after a fermata and an anacrusis to the following measure.
Other musical indications organized in a range between the low A until the high D and some fast and slow passages that require certain technical skills of the player are part of the study. A beginning trumpeter without a good base of fundamental skills would not be able to perform that. Interview by author, October 20, Rio de Janeiro – Sua pesquisa, accessed September 3,http: The dance is typical from the country side of the Brazil’s Northeast, and it is usually caracteristicls in a relatively fast tempo.
This study is in a two four measure meter with displaced accents and syncopation, especially in the sixteenth notes. On the other hand, it does not require the same technical level of the first at all; the range and the passages are quite comfortable for a non-advanced trumpeter. Despite, the study does not explore the extremes of the range going to the upper register, but it goes to the low register. Also, it does not present tempo changes at the same frequency as in the first.
However, the rhythm in this study requires control of tempo, especially when playing the sixteenth notes, and keep the tone quality and articulation in the mid and low register. In addition, the displaced accents and the slurs might be estuvos when thought together, and it might require some effort from the interpreter. Pedagogical usage Trumpet Professors and teachers in Brazil rely on traditional methods and books; including Arban for technic and characteristic studies, Clark for technical studies, Balay for technical and characteristic studies, Charlier characteristic studies, caracetristicos other internationally well known authors.
One reason that can explain that occurrence is related to the mild development of the Brazilian pedagogical production intended to the studies area inside country; specially about a material that gives focus to the Brazilian Music.
However, the Morais trumpet studies were recently added to the undergraduate trumpet program at the University of Brasilia, serving as Brazilian trumpet characteristic studies. There is also an interest to enclose them to the unaccompanied trumpet repertoire. The Morais’ studies took him a year to complete the collection, from to The twelve trumpet studies were written and thought for the same purpose of the 20 French horn studies.
Thus, what the author said about the French horn studies can also be applied to the trumpet studies; “my intentions were to have a book with Brazilian cultural characteristics and contribute to the development of a Brazilian horn school based on it, and I believe it will happen caractwristicos. I have the studies; I intend to use them in class, and also edtudos stage.
In addition, I have also the interest of recording them, since some were dedicated to me. Interview by author, September 27, UMI Dissertation Publishing, However, the studies were not organized in a progressive difficulty technical level, they do not have line notes or a performance guide; also, they eestudos not published yet, and there are not official recordings.
In addition, a more detailed analysis of the studies providing a background knowledge on how to interpret them, will be useful as a performance guide if attached to the studies.
Despite that, the importance of this work relies on the benefits that those studies can provide for Brazilians and non-Brazilians. For Brazilians, it highlights the meaning of exploring their own music, and for non-Brazilians, it provides an in introduction to the Brazilian nationalist style, which employs classical forms such as fantasia, sonata, suite, and variations.
Also, the Brazilian folk music that is contained in its melodic, harmonic and rhythmic structure. Accessed September 2,http: From Adagio to Zierlich: A Dictionary for Performers and Students.
A Complete Conservatory Method: For Trumpet and Cornet. A Complete Dictionary for all Musicians. For Trumpet, Cornet or Fluguelhorn. Edited by Roger Delmotte: Accessed September 23, The University of Memphis. UMI Dissertation Publishing, The Brass Player’s Cookbook: Creative Recipes for a Successfull Performance.
Meredith Music Publications, estudod A Compendium of Modern Teaching Techniques. Caracteristlcos by Amanda Pepping, Chandler: Hickman Music Editions, Larousse Encyclopedia of Music. Edited by Geoffrey Hindley. Instituto Cultural Cravo Albin.