ITG Research Room: Call for Submissions and New Publications

ITG is pleased to publish the paper-presentations featured in the Research Room at the 2023 ITG Conference in Minneapolis, MN. The seven peer-reviewed research papers, along with their accompanying materials, and a video of each presentation is now available to the general public at
In addition, the 2024 Call for Research is now published on the website. All researchers are encouraged to submit their trumpet-related research topics for consideration to be presented at the 2024 ITG Conference in Anaheim, CA, and to be published through the ITG Research Room: 
The seven newly published research papers are: 
• "A(n) (Un)Missing Link Between Keys and Valves: Three Keyed Trumpet Solo Works Arranged for Early Valved Trumpet, Flügelhorn, and Valved Trombone by Joseph Kail for the Prague Conservatory" by Robert Apple.
• "21st-Century Works For Solo Trumpet By Women: A Pedagogical Discussion" by Julia Bell.
• "Czech Trumpet Repertoire and Style: An Investigation of Essential Czech Musical Elements and Music from Communist Czechoslovakia" by Spencer Brand.
• "Charamelas, Royal Shawms and the Music of Portugal’s Court Trumpet and Kettledrum Corps" by David Burt.
• "Bridging the Gap: The Earliest Trumpet Methods & Their Influences in Modern Trumpet Pedagogy" by Matthew Dueppen.
• "Evaluating and Redefining Technical Assessment in Classical Trumpet Literature" by Flint Angeroth Franks. 
• "Two rediscovered Trumpet Sonatas by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco" by Danny Miller.
• "Inspiring Musicianship: String Playing Influences in Clarke’s Characteristic Studies" by Brian Reichenbach.
With this year's publication, there are now a total of 16 research presentations published by the ITG Research Room, freely available to trumpeters worldwide. You can find them all at (Source: Dr. Fred Sienkiewicz, Research Room chair)


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