Sheet Music for Trumpet
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Trumpet Sheet Music
Everybody needs some easily accessible and free trumpet sheet music to start building a library. If you’re able, please remember to buy music from your favorite composers and players. This supports not just them, but the entire trumpet community!
For free trumpet sheet music check out the list below, featuring my favorite websites. If you’re looking to buy sheet music, like for a solo competition or recital, take a look at my short list of go-to sites at the very bottom.
Trumpet warmup sheet music
Let’s start with the Trumpet Headquarters Complete Warmup Guide. This is perfect for beginners and intermediate players!
👉 This complete guide includes:
- A warmup for beginners with two sets of long tones and two sets of flexibility.
- A 5-page progressive warmup for intermediate players.
- 16 pages of tips, suggestions and must-know trumpet concepts.
- Learn your first notes in your comfortable range, eventually learning eleven notes. Plenty to start playing music!
Plus, monthly tips and trumpet guidance. Get your copy now!
More THQ FREE DOwnloads
Much more to come, so keep checking back and sign up for the THQ Newsletter to stay updated.
- Trumpet Warm-Up for LATE Beginners – This warmup is NOT for absolute beginners. If you’ve been playing a few weeks or months, try the true beginner trumpet warm-up through the form on this page.
- Simple Melodies for Beginners – These melodies have play-along/demo tracks for each one available to all PREMIUM members!
- Clarke Technical Studies
Musescore trumpet collection
What’s in it: This is the website of the very-known music notation software Musescore, which by the way is awesome and 100% free. Its users publish their compositions and arrangements for anyone to download, although some are for Pro users only.
👉 Link: go to Musescore
Jazz trumpet transcriptions
What’s in it: If you love jazz this a nice little resource. There are about 20 free downloads for trumpet solo and ensembles. Simple and to the point!
👉 Link: go to Jazz Transcriptions
What’s in it: The music community would be incomplete without IMSLP, where you can find most sheet music that is public domain, meaning free for anyone to download. Just go the their landing page and do a search for the genre you’re interested in. For example, if you search “trumpet solos” you will find a list of public domain solos. But you can also search for “Mahler Symphony 5” and acquire the full orchestra sheet music, then print it all or just the trumpet parts. Awesome sauce.
👉 Link: go to IMSLP
What’s in it: Lots of free sheet music, but you might have to dig around. You can download the music PDF to your computer. They do ask that you leave a comment in exchange, and although you don’t have to.
👉 Link: go to Free Scores
where to buy sheet music
Here is a short list of website where you can buy sheet music. Perfect for those solo competitions, auditions and to expand your library of books.