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Silver plated finish in perfect condition. Print at the highest quality your printer drivers will allow. The cornetto and trombones in Cantata 4 are the tailend of this "vocal" tradition and should not be expected to provide a huge Romantic sound.<< While I agree that there will, through differences in construction, be a difference between the quality of sound made by Renaissance and Baroque trombones compared to those of the 19th century and thereafter, I am beginning to think that the 'Posaunen' described by Praetorius and the 'sackbuts' of the earlier centuries were nevertheless louder than what you have described from what you hear on a McCreesh recording.

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Publisher: Mel Bay / Bayside (1971)


The Merry Wives of Windsor (Ballet music): Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A5438]

Eine Alpensinfonie, Op.64: Trombone 3 part [A7648]

Anthology of Music from the Middle Ages, edition for Trombone and Organ (20041)

Parsifal, WWV 111 (Prelude Act I (and Finale Act III)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A2239]

Orchestral Excerpts from the Symphonic Repertoire for Trombone and Tuba, Volume X (Classical & Modern Works)

After the lacquer is dry, wipe the brass with a clean cloth to give it some shine. Determine if the piece is brass or brass-plated. It could be hard to differentiate if a brass piece is actual brass, or brass-plated. Hold a magnet near the brass piece and see if it's magnetically attracted to the brass. If the magnet does not stick, you are most likely handling brass Aldcroft - 12 Famous Jazz Duets for Tenor & Bass Trombone, Volume 1 by Randy Aldcroft (2011-05-23). This model was replaced by the newer model, but I do enjoy some of the qualities of the 671 alto. The horn is in like new condition. $1300 with case Laudate Dominum (Psalm 117) Trombone 3 and 4. Mary will run in the Big Sur International Marathon in April 2016, hoping to finish within the grueling course’s 6-hour time limit 347 Studies for Trombone (ed. +va and PTter PerTnyi). There is some lacquer wear on the usual contact points, but the slide is excellent and has had a Bruce Belo tune up. The original bach case is included. $1100 SOLD Medium bore trombones have a special place in my heart. They are lifesavers when you have to play a broadway show or want that extra sparkle on the principal trombone part and can't get the clarity you want on your large bore tenor but need a horn with a valve and some meat to the sound Otello: Trombone 1 part [A2343]. It should also be noted that for most makers, there will be examples in the catalog where the model is unknown and therefore not represented in this listing. If you have further information on any of the listed Models or have images of any of the Missing Models, please Contact Me Christmas Brass Ensembles Trombone. It is in very good condition with some minor wear and tear from use. REDUCED $2800 without case Here is the epitome of class, the Conn 8HT (thin bell) with a .525"/.547" dual bore slide. The string players in your orchestra will love you when you show up with this trombone Jeanne d'Arc (Piere de Jeanne d'Arc (No.2)): Trombone 2 part (Qty 7) [A5330]. Your best bet would be to order a custom mouthpiece with the Reynolds shank from one of the custom mouthpiece makers. $500 without case pdf. It gained popularity at a time when the older German E♭ and F bass trombones had fallen out of favour with orchestral players and were being replaced by a B♭ tenor trombone with a wide bore and large bell proportions download.

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Overall in very decent playing condition with some minor cosmetic blems Three Motets for five Trombones. I believe this slide was the last prototype they made before it turned into it's current iteration of a straight T95 with a Shires C shaped crook. It comes with 5 leadpipes: 1, 2, 3, a 3 gold brass, and a 2 nickel. This horn is completely unlacquered and has some tarnish and wear. There are a couple dings in the bell flare, a ridge on the bell where the flare seam meets the stem and some dings on the handslide crook where it has hit the music stand a few times download Fun with the Trombone / Level 1 - Easy Solos / By Bill Bay pdf. Randall Hawes received a bachelor of music education from Central Michigan University, where he studied with William Rivard Mosè in Egitto (Ballet Music): Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A4979]. It has a tuning slide, which may or may not have been added but seems to be original, The instrument takes a "euro" shank or middle sized mouthpiece taper. Most interestingly, this instrument has the original "kruspe" water key. I've never seen another original kruspe water key in person, very nice feature Keren Trombone Solo!

Lucia di Lammermoor (Act I, Duetto (soprano, tenor): Sulla tomba): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A3484]

Brass Scales & Exercises Grades 1-8: Trombone (Trinity Guildhall Scales & Arpeggios) by Trinity Guildhall (2007) Sheet music

Jota Aragonese, Op.64: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A1959]

Festliches Präludium, Op.61: Trombone 1, 2, 3 and 4 parts [A7195]

Apply the paste to the brass piece using a soft cloth. Make sure you apply the paste going with the grain of the metal. If not, you could make tiny little scratches in the brass surface. Don’t rub the paste too harshly into the brass piece. The abrasive salt/baking soda will gently remove the tarnish. Consider using a soft-bristled toothbrush to clean the nooks and hard to reach areas of your brass piece. [14] Consider polishing your brass with commercial cleaners Samson et Dalila, Op.47: Trombone 1 part [A2335]. It is in very good condition with some minor wear and tear from use. REDUCED $2800 without case Here is the epitome of class, the Conn 8HT (thin bell) with a .525"/.547" dual bore slide. The string players in your orchestra will love you when you show up with this trombone. It is easily colorful and dynamic with lots of control and flexibility all the while retaining a classic orchestral sound Kommt, laßt uns anbeten, Op.46: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A2665]. I like it so much, I'd gladly take it to work with me, simply a terrific orchestral instrument. This horn has the "K" bell flare, which means that the bell diameter is 9" and standard gauge red brass. This bell was mounted on the closed wrap F attachment and a fixed leadpipe .547" slide is included online. The bore expands to a markedly flaring bell of brass, occasionally silver, with a terminal diameter ranging from about 20 cm across on a tenor trombone to about 25 cm on a bass Romance, Opus 36 for Tuba or Bass Trombone & Piano. The tuning slide is built into the hand slide, letting the back bow of the trombone remain conical, a feature that gives a unique warmth to the sound Il trovatore (Act I, Aria: Abbietta zingara (bass)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3872]. Earl Williams made custom trombones by hand from the late 1920s up until his passing in the early 1970s G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald, Op.325: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A2102]. Inner tubes are original, overall in very good condition. $700 This is a rare orchestra tenor trombone made by Conn in the 1920s. The larger bore orchestral instruments were influenced by the German makers who had been making instruments with F attachments and larger bell flares with bigger bores Symphony No.7, Op.77: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A5830].

Tannhäuser, WWV 70 (Paris version – complete opera): Trombone 2 part [A8926]

Violin Concerto, Op.61 (Original (violin and orchestra)): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A5893]

Parsifal, WWV 111 (Act III, Sc. 7: Nur eine waffe taught (tenor)): Trombone 1 part (Qty 7) [A3941]

Boris Godunov: Trombone 3 part [A8793]

Symphony No.6: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A5727]

Symphony No.2, Op.52 (Part II (Lobegesang): Ihr Völker! bringet her dem Herrn Ehre und Macht (No.10)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A6243]

Violin Concerto, Op.17: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A6429]

Feuersnot, Op.50 (Love Scene): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A5728]

Solemn Melody: Trombone 3 part (Qty 7) [A7553]

Feierlicher Einzug, TrV 224 (Arrangement for orchestra): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 3 each) [A6130]

Odysseus, Op.41: Trombone 1 part [A3288]

6 Romances, Op.4 (Chanson Georgienne (No.4) – for orchestra): Trombone 1 part (Qty 7) [A5444]

Any additional instruments (Tympani in this example) are indicated by a "w/" (meaning "with") or by using a plus sign Symphonic Sketches (A Vagrom Ballad (No.4)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3451]. The pitch of the instrument is changed by altering the fundamental length of the main tube using a large slide. There are seven slide positions (each one of which corresponds to one of the seven valve combinations possible on a three-valved instrument). In the first position, the slide is fully retracted and in the seventh the slide is fully extended La forza del destino (Act IV, Terzetto–Finale: Non imprecare, umiliati (soprano, tenor, bass)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3843]. It is an old style tenor trombone: small bore, narrow slide, friction fit and no slide lock. It has heavy stylized nickel trim and one of the coolest hand engraving I have ever seen online! First recording a full brass choir for its infamous ‘bespoke’ range of sample libraries many moons ago, Spitfire Audio’s namesake SPITFIRE SYMPHONIC BRASS release really represents the culmination of company co-founders Christian Henson and Paul Thomson’s tireless quest to creatively capture the spirit and spine of this musical culture for the musical world at large to share and celebrate in its own musical creations 4 Gesänge, Op.33 (Hymnus (No.3)): Trombone 2 part (Qty 7) [A3105]. The other one is a "Silvertone" which was the precursor of the 2 and 3B. It has the most elaborate engraving I have ever seen. The bell is Sterling silver and the relief portion is in gold. I found this horn at a flea market, but unfortunately the slide is trashed and needs to be rebuilt. "This is one of three instances known, in the cantatas, in which the trombones are used other than with the voices." These types of adjustments were hardly necessary with the Shires. I tried my Bach lightweight slide with the Shires bell section. This worked fine, but mostly I used the Shires slide. Steve had put a slightly less open lead-pipe in it, which worked best for me with the overall setup. The gold brass unsoldered bell has a warmer, less responsive sound that worked beautifully with a brass ensemble online. Since he was in high school, Ryan has consistently worked as a professional musician, playing everything from jazz music in big bands and combos to the classical repertoire, as well as working in a variety of rock, pop, funk and ska bands Discovery Jazz Favorites - Trombone 3 Trombone 3. Rather, the classifications are for general reference. One term you'll have to get acquainted with is "'''bore'''," which is the inner diameter of the inner valve, not a description of the entertainment value of the instrument Psyché (Psyche et Eros (No.5)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A1455]. Even if you do coat the surface it will not be permanent. Again this is not an instructable about coating, but about polishing. I will give a few tips later in the instructable on coating. A couple of other things to look out for: Baldwin has a brass that never tarnishes, just leave it alone. ( by the way it is nice stuff if you can afford it ) All that looks like brass may not be, if plated you may detect with a magnet, polishing plate may remove the brass down to the base metal ( which may not be magnetic ) Fun with the Trombone / Level 1 - Easy Solos / By Bill Bay online. Were there two different instrument bores in use?<< It does not seem to be the case. Check out Baines' measurements of original instruments from museums: On p. 113, Anthony Baines "Brass Instruments: Their History and Development" [Dover, 1976-1995] gives the following: Continuing on p. 114, probably written in 1976, Baines proposes his theory which attempts to establish the eof a strong tradition that existed over centuries: >>The playing qualities of well-preserved examples have often been judged by modern players to be excellent: harmonics in tune, and good even tone over the compass required by the parts Symphony No.5, Op.76 (Original edition (Simrock)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A1415].