We’re putting out a call for compositions for The Trumpet, Vol 5, Issue 1. Email your composition to Ed@SingTheTrumpet.com, preferably in PDF format.
We’re also pleased to announce two upcoming informal Trumpet singings, both of which will include a selection of recently published songs and songs that have been submitted for consideration for future issues. The first is an adjunct to the All-California Convention in Alameda, January 17-18, 2015, and the other is at the Keystone Convention in Philadelphia, January 24-25, on Saturday after the conclusion of the singing. In order to be considered for these sessions, please send us your songs by January 12. We will continue to accept submissions for the next issue up to February 15.
Join us for snacks and singing from the latest issue of the Trumpet (4.1)!
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
7:30pm in PST
1024 Chenery St., San Francisco
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Print copies will be available for $2.00.
We are pleased to announce that the Volume 2, Issue 3 of The Trumpet is now available for download. It is somewhat pleasant to say that we have reached 100 pages of new compositions for you to enjoy.
There will be an all-day singing from The Trumpet on November 4th 1pm-5pm at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell at Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder Street. If you think you might be in the area, contact Tom Malone at email@example.com. This will be the second annual singing.
There will be more details about the November 6, 2011 singing of the First Volume of The Trumpet. Here’s a photo of the sixteen singers! Can you identify them?
Dan Harper reviews Vol 1, Issue 3 of the The Trumpet after a singing in San Francisco.
We held a singing from The Trumpet, Vol 1, Issue 1, in San Francisco. We sang through all the compositions, and recorded them too, with a relatively primitive setup. Here are several of the recordings I managed to salvage:
The last two tunes were new tunes not in the Trumpet.