Symphony No.2 'Asrael', Op.27: Trombone 3 part [A5463]

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Don Pasquale (Act III, Rondo Finale: Bravo, Don Pasquale):

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Includes original case. $2100 C series Elkhart 88Hs are some of my absolute favorite large bore trombones� kinda like the split window corvettes of the trombone world. It is often a practical idea to rent a trombone for some time in order to get a feel for the instrument before you buy. It has heavy stylized nickel trim and one of the coolest hand engraving I have ever seen! Because these compositions were geared towards a specific Chorton temperament, they became unusable after a change of location.

The Sleeping Beauty (suite), Op.66a: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2)

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Serial no527XXX, Dual bore model (.474-.485) in nickel plate. Michael and Matthew are the sole technicians at M&W, which means that every instrument is hand crafted by them with consistent, fine attention to accuracy and detail. Download High Quality Brass Sheet Music in PDF Format - since 2007. "This is the most useful website that I have ever visited for sheet music for the trumpet. Which piece by Paul Creston, although a recent composition, has become a popular and oft-performed concerto?

Alfred I Recommend Trombone (B.C.)

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Axial flow valves have revolutionized the playing of F and D attachments on the bass trombone. This is a super nice Elkhart 88H and a rare one. $2500 no case included. The trombone of today comes generally in five ranges: soprano, alto, tenor, bass and contrabass. There is no separate number for Bass Trombone, but it can generally be assumed that if there are multiple Trombone parts, the lowest part can/should be performed on Bass Trombone.

Discovery Jazz Collection - Trombone 1 Trombone 1

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Plays very well, very tight slotting and a good focus. Or, if you’re a student musician, a brass trombone is an excellent choice for your school marching band or orchestra. It has fluted inner slide tubes, generous amounts of nickel silver and a stunning hand engraved bell. SOLD Gerhard Schneider instruments were made in the 1950s and 1960s by the B&S factory in Germany. A few neat features of this instrument: a removable leadpipe is included and the slide handle has been made removable.

Symphonisches Fragment aus 'Josephs-Legende', TrV 231a:

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For those with smart phones & tablets, there are lots of metronome apps. It is also different to all other brass instruments, using a slide instead of valves to change notes. Just a few months ago amazingly the slim black musty trombone instrument case was found in a basement. Offers include 20% British VAT and are valid as long as stocks last. The British Trombone Society has teamed up with a host of companies to bring you even more value for your membership fee.

Alfred 00-PROBK00500 Pro Art Trombone and Baritone Method -

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Tenor trombones typically have a bore of 0.450" (small bore) to 0.547" (large or orchestral bore) after the leadpipe and through the slide. The horn has some dents, scratches and a patch on the bell. Although their early ancestors are known to have been made of wood, tusks, animal horns or shells, today's modern instruments are made entirely of brass. Hawes to join the World Orchestra for Peace Orchestra to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations.

Violin Concerto No.3, Op.58 (Orchestra score / parts):

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This particular instrument is about 5-6 years old and has been owned by one of the legendary LA studio bass trombonists who has recently retired. Bach in the oratorio The Seasonings, in Serenude (for devious instruments), and in The Preachers of Crimetheus, II. If the slide is dry then you�ll need to oil it before you test it. Our slides are then carefully assembled, aligned, and stress relieved to assure the smooth, trouble-free action that has become the hallmark of S.

Benvenuto Cellini, H 76 (Act I): Trombone 1 part [A4011]

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A nice touch, the valve caps are gold plated. If you need to peel some paint and keep up with a buzzy bari sax player, this is the bass trombone you've been waiting for. The case is also in fantastic condition (it's the coffin style). It has a thin responsive bell with a clear and brilliant sound. Notice too that the bell begins to add the 'brassy' sound. But, not all amatuer trumpet players will have access to a flugelhorn. Tapered rotor with direct string pull mechinism.

Gavotte (Arrangement for orchestra): Trombone 1, 2 and 3

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There are three basic types of trombones: straight tenor, bass trombone, and trigger-type tenor (also called F-rotor or F-attachment), which comes in the traditional wrap and the open wrap. But with high quality comes higher prices. It has had some custom work done to it to improve it's playing characteristics and make the horn more even. I think this tension between doubling and independent parts really starts with Bach. < We really don't see a modern use of trombones until Mozart's revolutionary "Mass in C Minor" where the trombones move in and out of colla parte and independent parts. > Were these really written by Mozart or by someone else completing the orchestration? < Were these really written by Mozart or by someone else completing the orchestration? > < Were these really written by Mozart or by someone else completing the orchestration? > You may be thinking of the Requiem which was completed by Süssmayr after Mozart's death in 1791.