A Trumpet is a brass instrument commonly used in classical and jazz ensembles. The Trumpet group ranges from the piccolo Trumpet with the highest register in the brass family, to the brass bass, which is pitched one octave below the standard. The most common type of Trumpet is Bb Trumpet, meaning that if the player plays C it will sound a Bb in concert pitch. The Trumpet is played by blowing into the mouth piece and making a buzzing sound. There are three keys called valves that the player can press to change the pitch. And also sound by lip movement.
At IMLS we offer Trumpet lessons and practice depending on level an grade. We teach all kinds of music like contemporary, classical and jazz vocabularies. During a period of one year, the number of Trumpet students has progressively increased up to 40.
Trumpet students at the IMLS also play in the Brass Band. Thereby they learn to play music together and how to work on a piece in a group.