trumpet section


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Noun1.trumpet section - the section of a band or orchestra that plays trumpets or cornetstrumpet section - the section of a band or orchestra that plays trumpets or cornets
brass section, brass - the section of a band or orchestra that plays brass instruments
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In his junior year of high school he became the trumpet section leader and learned how to play the keyboard while in his senior year, he got into music production with the name of J.E216Productions that marked the beginning of his music journey.
Mark Lathan, a member of the trumpet section and a composer, has arranged "Brazilian Festival" specifically for the band.
The company characterizes the lip balms as "musician invented and doctor recommended." It targets the more than 35 million musicians in the United States with promotional materials that feature testimonials from users of its lip balms, including Michael Martin, who plays in the trumpet section of the Boston Symphony and the Boston Pops.
The model, of course, comes from big bands, with the trumpet section calling out, interrupted by the trombones, with commentary from the saxes.
Full marks to the pin-sharp trumpet section, but the whole orchestra made the most of the opportunity, gaining a great reception for their efforts.
In addition to solos by Brian McWhorter, the trumpet section at Friday's performance of "The Great Gatsby" by the Eugene Ballet Company included Tony Clausi, Mark Gould and Aaron Kahn.
I raised my baton to begin, the students got their instruments ready, when suddenly we heard a loud, piercing, scream from the trumpet section. I jumped in surprise (as did many other students) and exclaimed, "What's wrong!
The stars of the trumpet section are former Jazz Friends member Nestor Gonzaga and his son Richie Gonzaga, and veteran Romy Francisco, who has performed with such artists as Burt Bacharach, Tony Bennett and Paul Anka.
The trumpet section has recently lost two of its key members, we have just lost what Simon Rattle once described to me as "the greatest timpanist in the country", and the likewise harpist is about to depart.
Colourful clothing - even a leopard skin coat - a few hats, and a whole range of wigs blonde, black, brown, pink and yellow were paraded by the musicians, and one member of the trumpet section was a ringer for Worzel Gummidge!