This recital document investigates analysis, bibliography, historical significance, and performance practice for each of the pieces on a master's trumpet recital. A brief bibliography of Turrin is shared and followed by an analysis for the contemporary work, Elegy by Joseph Turrin. An in-depth history of the piccolo trumpet and guidelines for its performance practice is divulged using examples from Giuseppe Jacchini's Sonata. Application of analysis will help explain the effect of Aaron Copland's Quiet City after exploring Copland's life. Finally, comparisons and contrasts of historical background and composition will be looked at between two pieces, Jean-Baptiste Arban's Carnival of Venice and Sergeï Wassilenko's Concert-Poéme in C Minor. The summary will explain how prior coursework and study culminated with a trumpet recital and this document.