The trumpet is the high-pitched brass instrument in the orchestra, and it is also an important "engine". The trumpet's timbre is strong, sharp, and brilliant, its sound is bright and crisp, with high-performance skills and rich expressiveness, which fits perfectly with the extraordinary image of the hero.

It can not only play a loud horn sound, but also play a beautiful singing melody, and the use of a mute for the trumpet can increase its mystery.

In addition to being indispensable in the orchestra and symphony orchestra, the trumpet is also an indispensable and important role in the jazz band. So far, in these two fields, many world-renowned trumpet players have been born, such as the following.

1. Maurice Andre

French trumpet player Maurice Andre is a generational master in the field of classical trumpets. His playing range is wide and sturdy.

His use of the trumpet is like a part of the body. His superb technique makes the music extremely smooth, and the sound is bright and solid, which makes people change their prejudice against the roughness of brass music.

He is a well-deserved authority on trumpet playing. During his lifetime, he recorded almost all of his classic trumpet works, an unprecedented record.

He signed with the famous French label Erato, and with the sales of the record, he recorded Haydn's Trumpet Concerto (EMI) with Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic. Soon, Andre was out of France and into the world, enjoying a high status in the world and bringing a positive sound.

2. Carol Dunn Reincht

In the male-dominated field of brass instruments, there are only a handful of female pianists playing the trumpet.

Carroll is one of the rare and famous female trumpet players in the music world, and her music was inspired by her mother (who was a former trombonist).

Under the influence of subtle influence, she began to play the wind instrument at the age of two, and at the age of 10, she won a scholarship from the Juilliard School of Music. After graduating, she began touring around the world.

Carroll's superb playing skills make the metallic trumpet sound like a golden sheen, and show the beauty of broken gold in the skillful force.

She has long been acclaimed not just for her technique, but also for her sound and her unique approach to music. Carroll announced in 1996 that he would no longer hold concerts and would focus on the education sector, inspiring more musical talents worthy of cultivation.

3. Dak Severonson

Doc Severinsen is an American jazz trumpeter best known as the soul of the NBC Orchestra on the talk show "The Tonight Show" hosted by Johnny Carson. After that, he also shined in the field of conducting and popular instrumental music.

4. Chart Baker

Chet Baker, a rare white jazz master, and a representative of cool jazz was once selected as a trumpet master in the Downbeat Jazz Hall of Fame, an authoritative jazz review magazine.

The angel-like Baker has a handsome face, deep eyes, and a soft and neutral voice, while his trumpet is warm as silk, his performance is restrained and casual, without any decoration, in one sentence: " cool and casual", which in turn attracted the attention of countless people.

5. Dusko Gojkovic

Serbian musician Dusko Goykovich has a career spanning more than half a century. In a long and rich musical career, he has worked with the absolute top of the jazz world, including "Prince of Darkness" Miles Davis, cool trumpet master Chat Baker, American saxophonist master Stan Getz, etc.

The master performed on the same stage, which enabled him to have the big band playing experience that the younger generation of jazz musicians did not have, and became the irreplaceable successor of traditional jazz, a model of playing skills, and a legendary trumpet player.