Fantaisie & Variations on the Carnival of Venice by J.B. Arban (Bb Trumpet part).. . The Carnival of Venice, is a folk tune popularly associated with the words “My hat , it has three Jean-Baptiste Arban (): Variations on ‘Carnival of Venice’ (for trumpet); Nicolas-Charles Bochsa Le Carnaval de Venise for pedal harp; Giovanni Bottesini Introduction and Variations on Carnival of Venice ( Double. Buy The Carnival of Venice (Trumpet Solo with Pi at Trumpet Sheet Music. The Carnival of Venice. (Fantaisie and Variations). J.B. Arban/arr.

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It will be awesome, my director will be so impressed. I’m sure that if you keep workin hard at this, you’ll have this pretty nice by carnoval 8th grade year.

Fantaisie and Variations on The Carnival of Venice (Arban, Jean-Baptiste)

This is a pretty difficult tune, don’t stress yourself if you cant get it quite down. Just work at it!


This is pretty good! I’m starting this sophomore year so I can have it perfect by junior year for solo and ensemble.

I copied it from Bob McChesney’s trombone version of this song https: