Concerto for Bass Trombone with String Orchestra &

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Special Note: Please keep in mind that model changes might not have been made to all trombones in the production line and may not be respective of the true age of your instrument. It checks all of the boxes for you vintage nuts out there while still offering the benefits of modern valves. It features the old style hand engraving that I think is the tops. Bruce Belo in Anaheim has done a slide job on it and it's working well (not the best I've ever tried but it slides without any catches).

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Publisher: Cherry Classics; Raum, Elizabeth edition (November 23, 2009)

ISBN: 0530050889

The Ditson Album of Solos for Trombone or Baritone with Piano Accompaniment

Lucrezia Borgia: Trombone 1 part [A5738]

La boutique fantasque (Selections – for orchestra): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A8180]

Carl Fischer First Festival Solos for Trombone (20 Easy Solos with Piano Accompaniments)

Faust (Act IV, Duel Trio (tenor, baritone, bass): Que voulez–vous, messieurs): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3527]

The Holy City, Op.36 (Thine is the Kingdom (No.8)): Trombone 1 part (Qty 7) [A3508]

The Cunning Peasant, Op.37 (Original edition (Simrock)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A5597]

Regarding the dimensions you listed for trombones from the Baines book, e.g., These all relate to the dimensions of the mouthpiece, and don't necessarily indicate the bore of the instrument. The bore is measured as the inside diameter of the slide. Although the diameter of the mouthpiece cup and the diameter of the mouthpiece throat will have some effect on the volume of sound, it is the bore of the slide that more directly affects the volume of air that can be pushed through the instrument Alfred Alfred's Basic Solos and Ensembles Book 1 Trombone Baritone B.C. Bassoon. Its from way back in time, and it's actually sexy and sounds so harmonious. I started playing the french horn after I stopped the trumpet. I LOVE the sound it makes and even though it's hard to play I fell in love with it. Probably the best sounding brass instrument. The trombone gives musicians and composers a lot of freedom. With practice, the instrument is limitless Adriana Lecouvreur: Trombone 2 part [A4592]. SOLD The Atkinson AG2000 is made in Burbank California and is Mark Atkinson's take on the famous Carl Geyer design used by pretty much every professional hornist around these days. These medium belled yellow brass horns are all the rage in symphonies and studios alike and the AG2000 is one of the in demand models Fire & Ice for Trombone Trio & Percussion. Ever single one of these early 6s I've had come through the shop, or played, have all had a personality of their own. This is another nice example of a vintage 6. Slide action is very good, no slide wear. The bell has had some impact from an errant slide in a case, you'll see what I mean in the photos. The damage isn't bad and since the bell is so thin already, I wouldn't recommend removing them Poème Roumain, Op.1: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A2597]. It is now quite a nice example of a classic 34B. $2300 with case. A beautiful vintage Bach Mt Vernon model 12 trombone from the early 1960s with original case. This trombone is in great shape with the only blem being some wear on the neck pipe from use. It has a gorgeous bell that has never had any repairs done to it. Original case is in great shape too. $1700 SOLD Here is a workhorse model 6vii trombone made in the Bronx, NY Bach factory Lucia di Lammermoor (Act III, Mad Scene (soprano, chorus): Alfin son tua): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A8845].

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A year later he attained the same chair with the Melbourne Symphony. Michael left Australia in 1981 to pursue his career in Europe where he became Solo Trombone with the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra. He was named Senior Lecturer of the Canberra School of Music at the Australian National University in 1987 Patience (Act I, Song: When I first put this uniform on): Trombone 2 part (Qty 7) [A3745]. In other countries, the trio of two tenor trombones and one bass became standard by about the mid 19th century Un ballo in maschera: Trombone 1 part [A2346]. ON TRIAL This is a custom made slide made at the Conn factory. Normally this slide is a lightweight model, but this particular slide has nickel silver oversleeves. Additionally it comes with a full set of leadpipes and is in near new/factory fresh condition. $675 sold Here is a really nice and consistent Yamaha large tenor trombone. This model has a .547" slide and rotary F attachment with a hybrid open wrap/closed wrap Carmen Fantasie (Arrangement for violin and orchestra): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A9176].

Symphony No.1, B.9: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A7655]

Includes a nice Cronkhite cordura gig bag. $340 SOLD0 One of my personal favorite small bore trombones: the Conn 32H was Jake Burkle's, Conn's chief trombone developer and designer, magnum opus to trombone design Hal Leonard Christmas Favorites for Marching Band (Level II) - 2nd Trombone (Bar. B.C.) 2nd Trombone (Bar. B.C.). Professional compensating euphonium, 3+1 valve setup. I can see what Besson euph's are popular. This is a fantastic playing euphonium with a classic British sound. Intonation is good and it has a tuning mechanism on the main tuning slide that enables you to adjust any note as needed. Silver plated finish, this is a winning euphonium. This Besson is for sale at $3500 with deluxe case. SOLD Here is an early production model King 2102 Legend, which is the same as a model 2B Trombone Concerto. You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer Elkhart 8D anywhere. SOLD From the late 1970s, this is a beautiful Paxman descant French horn. Regarded as one of the best descants in the world, these early 40Ms ooze craftsmanship and quality Loreley, Op.98 (Finale): Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A2662]. The interesting thing about model 36s for me is how mouthpiece specific they are, making them one of the most versatile horns available. You can put a larger symphony piece (ala Schilke 50, Bach 6.5al or 5G small shank) and get a huge orchestral sound Marches of Fame for Band 3rd Trombone. It does not alter the manner in which the trombone is played and thus is still suitable for beginner trombonists - but able to take them further than a standard tenor trombone - it is good for orchestral work Hal Leonard Trombone Fingering Chart. For example, prices in Giardinelli start at $300.00 You will probably save money on the initial purchase, but if you need any warranty work (if it�s even offered) your instrument will be gone for several weeks and someone's going to be sitting in Band class with nothing to do Evocations, Op.15 (Aux bords du fleuve sacré (No.3)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A6740].

Macbeth (Act I, Cavatina: Vieni! t'affretta (soprano)): Trombone 3 part (Qty 7) [A3846]

Ars ex Spiritu

Nocturne

Bitte schön, Op.372: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A6520]

Tannhäuser, WWV 70 (Act III, Sc. 1. Elizabeth's Prayer: Allmaecht'ge Jungfrau (Dresden)): Trombone 2 part (Qty 7) [A3891]

In the South, Op.50 (Original (orchestra)): Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A5596]

Sonata for Piano Duet, D.812 (Arrangement for orchestra): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A8069]

Ernani (Parte III, Coro Congiura: Ad augusta! Chi va la?): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A5049]

Coppélia (Suite – original version): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A1398]

Two Pieces for Trombone & Piano

La valse (Orchestra (original)): Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A8178]

Simply one of the nicest Williams 6s I've seen in a long time, and all original. There has been one repair: the bottom outer tube had a small pin hole right near the octagonal hand grip. It has been patched as shown in the photos. $3300 with old green vinyl Conn gig bag. SOLD This is a great playing vintage King 3B silver sonic with solid sterling silver bell Pearl (For Trombone or Baritone with Piano Accompaniment). The sound clips featured on this page are from an article on Recording Brass Instruments, written by David Summer and published in the November 2004 issue of Electronic Musician magazine Il tabarro: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A3430]. As the tubing length increases by a factor of one third, the distance between each position must be one third longer when the valve attachment is engaged. This results in only six positions being available, as the slide is too short for what is effectively a bass trombone in 12' F Trombone Sonata. The "Bill Reichenbach" bass, this Generation II 62H was developed on the lines of the old Elkhart model 62H, without the in-slide tuning system. Instead, the tuning is in the traditional spot at the rear of the bell section. Dependant "stacked" valves. 0.562" main bore. 0.580" valve section bore. 9.5" one piece hand hammered annealed rose brass bell Symphony No.3 'Ilya Murometz', Op.42 (II. Solovei le Brigand): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A3371]. The Hetman synthetic lubricants are carefully formulated for its specific purpose and assures both fast,... This premium slide grease comes in a twist-up tube, making it extra-easy to apply to tuning slides. For piston valves having average clearance. An easy to use one step trombone slide lubricant. rapid comfort is designed for the trombonist who wants the... A light, fast, refined petroleum product especially effective on close-tolerance valves Canadian Brass Book of Easy Trombone Solos: with a CD of performances and accompaniments. It's nice to know that customer service still exist download Concerto for Bass Trombone with String Orchestra & Percussion pdf. These instruments, which Italians have always called “trompones” (or “large trumpets”), were more delicate than the modern-day trombone, with a narrower bore and a slim, conical bell Du und Du, Op.367: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A2084]. You'll notice the short bell section with the longer slide, which allows for a solid low C and an E pull for the low B natural. Lightweight yellow brass bell with 70H bell taper. It's a beautiful instrument and has been meticulously restored. Inner tubes are perfect, slide action is excellent Taylor Swift Trombone, 2nd Edition. Handel, for instance, had to import trombones to England from a Royal court in Hanover, Germany in order to perform one of his larger compositions.[ citation needed ] Therefore, trombone parts were rather seldom given "solo" roles that were not substitutable with other instruments. The use of the trombone in the Classical era was mostly limited to Austria, where the repertoire of trombone solo and chamber literature has its beginnings with composers such as Leopold Mozart, Georg Christoph Wagenseil, Johann Albrechtsberger and Johann Ernst Eberlin who were featuring the instrument, often in partnership with a voice.[ citation needed ] R. Matchett: Reflections for Trombone Quartet.