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These measurements are expressed in thousanths of an inch, with 481" being a student appropriate size, and 547' being appropriate for professionals. This particular instrument was most recently on loan the the Chicago Symphony, where it was used in their set of romantic trombones. Includes a case. $1400 SOLD Up for sale, the German made Besson model BE983 EEb 4 valve compensating tuba. Similar in construction to the previous tenor trombone with F valve (F Valve slide can pulled out to E), but has a large sized bell and a large slide bore (0.562).

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)


Les contes d'Hoffmann (Duet: Malheureux! Tu ne comprends donc pas (Act III)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3660]

Duett for trombone and double bass

10 Woodland Sketches, Op.51: Trombone 3 part (Qty 3) [A8442]

Falstaff: Trombone 2 part [A2345]

It's a tuba that has been copied by many manufacturers, but the copies always seem to lack the characteristic sound of a true hirsbrunner. It is in good condition with some minor "love dents" on the back bow and bottom bow. The bell flare shows some repair scares and has the usual scratches you would expect of a tuba that has been played. As with most of these models, the middle and upper register is solid and slots incredibly easy Ruddigore: Trombone 1 and 2 parts [A3316]. Besides his participation at TMF, he was also selected as a fellow for the Summer Brass Institute in California this past summer The Queen of Spades, Op.68: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A2337]. Here is a modern Generation II Conn 62H inline bass trombone Fun with the Trombone / Level 1 - Easy Solos / By Bill Bay. Joining is easy and you can use your Credit Card, PayPal, Direct Debit, or Cheque The Sleeping Beauty (suite), Op.66a: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A2183]. It has recently had a Bob Reeves valve alignment and plays particularly well. Includes the original case. $2300 SOLD One of the more rare models from the Bach Mt Vernon factory. The 34B is the cousin of the very popular model 36 trombone. I have a theory that the model 34 was developed with its slightly smaller .522" bore size to compete with the popular .522" Conn 78H. Alas, the 34 never really caught on and only a handful of them were made MAN I LOVE - 6 Part Trombone Choir Arrangement (Parts Written in Dual Notation). Early jazz bands consisted of a wide variety of instruments, but by the 1930's became more or less standardised, consisting most often of four trombones, four saxophones, four trumpets, and the rhythm section which was made up of bass or tuba, drums, piano, and guitar or banjo. One soloist of particular note, Tommy Dorsey, was the first to play the trombone as a singing, lyrical solo instrument- a far cry from its more Wagnerian association of the previous century La Gioconda (Suicidio: in questi fieri momenti (soprano)): Trombone 3 part (Qty 7) [A2990]. But it being Summer, as to the season of the year, the windows of their room were open, out of which and over the way into the apartment of the bed-ridden sister were borne the impressive strains of Chorals 151 and 37 The Holy City, Op.36 (Tenor solo: No Shadows Yonder (No.2)): Trombone 1 part (Qty 7) [A3503].

Download Symphony No.3 in D minor, WAB 103 (5th version/2nd published version (1890)): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A3176] pdf

The alto trombone is pitched in E♭ (occasionally with a D or B♭ rotary valve attachment) or F, a perfect fourth or fifth higher than the tenor trombone and was commonly used from the 16th to the 18th centuries as the highest voice in the brass choir Pater Noster. Instruments shown in parenthesis are optional and may be omitted. The Beethoven example is typical of much Classical and early Romantic fare. In this case, the winds are all doubled (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets and 2 bassoons), and there are two each horns and trumpets. Strings are a standard 44322 configuration (4 first violin, 4 second violin, 3 viola, 2 cello, 2 bass) I Lombardi alla prima crociata: Trombone 2 part [A5527]. If you need to practice regularly with a practice mute, make sure you buy a good one; if you don't, you may find that your playing (particularly attacks, etc) may be worse after using one. Practice mutes are reviewed on the Dallas Music website. One of the best reviewed (and the practice mute I use) is the Trumcor Lyric Stealth available from the Trumcor online shop Les diamants de la couronne (Overture): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A1215].

Swan Lake (ballet), Op.20 (Act I, Pas de Deux (Black Swan)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A4637]

I had the slide built by Shires special order with tuning in the slide and with real bronze outer tubes (not gold brass) and a Conn 88H connector. The bell section was a really nice playing early engraving 1R (soldered rim, red brass) bell flare I had at the shop. The valve section is from an Elkhart Conn 88H. I had Brad Close expertly assemble the components. My concept for this trombone was to try to recreate my beloved 1939 Conn 66h, but with a modern vibe Cyprès et lauriers, Op.156: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A8067]. Now the fun part... this instrument has a tuning mechanism on every slide except for the 2nd valve. This gives the player total control over the intonation of the instrument. I'm not sure who did the custom work but it is well done and in an ergonomic layout (as ergonomic as a bass trumpet can be). This Ganter is sold without case, but the previous owner built a case for it out of cardboard, which I will include Die Ruinen von Athen, Op.113: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A1272]. Keep this endurance factor in mind when planning a recording session involving brass players, especially if the players are not professionals. If studio time is a factor, consider identifying and recording the more demanding sections of your tunes first. You may need to consult a brass musician to help you find these, but generally they will be the sections that are loudest and those that contain the highest notes Symphony No.1, Op.11 or Op.16: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A2028]. The tuning in the slide mechanism is one I haven't seen on many Williams horns before. It is a wing nut that tightens the over sleeves, which hold the slide in place Big Book of Instrumental Songs (Trombone) (Big Book (Hal Leonard)). The 350C is not only for small children; it is also suitable for adults. Your child outgrow the instrurment - you won’t need to buy a model 12 Quatuors Tres Faciles Et Faciles / 2 Trumpets, Horn, Trombone / Bessonnet. We have rotary valve trumpets in Bb, C, low F, D, and Eb, as well as Bb/A piccolo trumpets, tenor and bass trumpets, and flügelhorns, as well as a large selection of low brass piston and rotary valve instruments, including trombones, alto, tenor, and baritone horns, euphoniums, and tubas La favorite (Act III, Preludio e Terzetto (soprano, tenor, baritone): A tanto amor): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A4813].

Pro Art Pro Art Trombone and Baritone Method Book 1 (A First Year Course for Individual of Class Instruction)

The Bells, Op.35: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A5458]

Lyric Interlude - Trombone Or Baritone (B.C. or T.C.) Solos With Piano

Istar: Variations Symphoniques, Op.42: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A1595]

Nord und Süd, Op.405: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A6616]

Swing Classics for Jazz Ensemble Trombone 4 Trombone 4

Don Carlos (Act I, Duetto: Al mio pie, perche?): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A5023]

Rhapsody for Bass Trombone and Wind Band Concert Band Series

Persischer-Marsch, Op.289: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A2099]

Sonatina for Trombone and Piano

In the South, Op.50 (Original (orchestra)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A5596]

Sylvia (Act III, No.16a–c: Pas des Deux): Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A8881]

Play Ballads with a Band Softcover with CD Music Minus One Trombone

Dvorak - Romance for Tuba or Bass Trombone & Piano, trans. by Geoffrey Bergler

He's super awesome "I'm not an equipment chaser, but I bought a horn from the '60s off (the internet)... The horn got here and, ehhh...nothing special. But, since I didn't have much money in it, I wanted to see if it could (be) hot-rodded. Sent it to Mike Paulson in Seattle -- Yikes! he did a great job. My wife even likes the sound as much as (better than?) the horn that I've been playing for 30+ years -- a horn that Jeanne Pocious held up in admiration and then kissed a few years ago La mort de Tintagiles, Op.6 (Revised version): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A5885]! E.) Olds also started off as a trombonist who got obsessed with improving his beloved instrument, believing he could upgrade the bell and make the slide more responsive and flexible. Tinkering in his private workshop, he produced the finest trombone ever made in 1908, which received worldwide accolades, and led to the founding of his esteemed trombone company Il trovatore (Act I, Aria: Abbietta zingara (bass)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3872]. The accessories that you'll need will probably add more to that total as well. Some of the accessories you may possibly need to have can be a trombone case, a bow protector, a maintenance kit, and slide cream. Traditional brass trombones could cost you anywhere between $200 to $600 excluding the accessories Easy Jazz Favorites - Trombone 4 Trombone 4. Duke Ellington Orchestra Captain Black Big Band Stafford Hunter Quintet NYC Jazz Musician XO Artist Since: 2015 Music Genre(s): Classical, Jazz, R&B Website Facebook Favorite Venue(s): Smalls Jazz Club (NYC), Smoke Jazz Club (NYC), Cotton Club (Tokyo, Japan), Jazz Inn Lovely (Nagoya, Japan) Who are your strongest influences?: Curtis Fuller, Steve Turre, Freddie Hubbard Bio… Freelance XO Artist Since: 2015 Music Genre(s): Blues, Classical, Funk, Fusion, Hip Hop, Jam Band, Jazz, Latin, Pop, R&B, Reggae, Rock, Studio/Session, World, Worship Facebook Favorite Venue(s): The Village Vanguard Who are your strongest influences?: J download Symphony No.3 in D minor, WAB 103 (5th version/2nd published version (1890)): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A3176] pdf. SOLD I've been told that the Wunderlich brass instruments were mostly all assembled by the legionary horn maker, Carl Geyer, in Chicago from German imported parts. I can't say for sure that this one was made by Geyer, but I can say that the build quality is quite decent and could be a bargain German Romantic style tenor trombone Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147 (Jesu, Bleibet Meine Freude (No.10) – for orchestra): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A5468]. It's got a compact symphonic sound and really picks off high notes like crazy. Comes with a case. $1700 SOLD Here's a really nice geyer style french horn from Hans Hoyer. It's an older model, not to be confused with the new model G-10, this horn is probably about 20 years old The Song of Hiawatha, Op.30 (Hiawatha's Departure (No.4)): Trombone 3 part [A5368]. Guest artists have included; Terence Blanchard (jazz), Gerry Pagano (orchestra), Tine Thing Helseth (solo), Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Allen Vizzuti (jazz/classical), Douglas Wright, John Urness (orchestra), Mark Lusk (solo), Demondrae Thurman (solo), Chris Washburne (jazz), Bernhard Scully (solo/chamber), Barbara Butler (solo), John Fedchock, Gene Pokorny (orchestra/solo), Bonerama, Brian Lynch (jazz), Randy Gardner, Niklas Eklund (baroque), Ryan Anthony (orchestra/chamber), chamber groups such as Boston Brass, American Brass Quintet, Western Brass, Concerto Palatino (baroque), Sotto Voce Quartet, and many more performers drawn from United States and abroad 21 Hungarian Dances (Orchestra), WoO 1 (Nos.5 and 6 – for full orchestra): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A1350].