Ein Märchen, Op.16: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A2141]

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Excellent cosmetic condition with no dents, some minor acid bleed around the rim. And that you have wonderful people there working and helping out at all times. This particular NY6 might be one of the best I've ever played. I think it plays fantastic, I've not tried another .547" tenor that is as versatile as this one. Along with a busy orchestra career, Timothy Higgins is an active arranger of music. I feel like these Greenhoe TIS tenor trombones are basically modern versions of the famous Conn 14H tenor from the 1920s.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)

ISBN: B00UL0DRX6

Lohengrin, WWV 75 (Act III, Sc. 3. Lohengrin's Farewell: Mein lieber Schwan (tenor)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3920]

This horn is for the professional trombonist looking for that magical straight large tenor trombone for principal orchestral playing. REDUCED $1400 with new inner slide tubes. Sale Pending This is a Benge model 290 inline bass trombone. It is a professional model and features a 10" gold brass bell and independent rotary valves in Bb/F/D/Gb. Benge trombones play very dark and powerful Testament (Composer's orchestration, C minor): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A8781]. The horn is overall in good vintage condition. The bell had been damaged at some point and has been repaired and lightly buffed. The horn is unlacquered and has some scratches and pitting in the finish. Plays very well, very tight slotting and a good focus. Has a classic vintage sound... not surprisingly it reminds me of the excellent playing Olds trombones from the 30s Peer Gynt, Op.23: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A4007]. This horn also has the famous curved handgrip that Williams is known for. It's in amazing condition, pretty much the cleanest original Williams I have seen� The only blem being some lacquer spots around the back bow Künstlerleben, Op.316: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A2093]. Special order 10.5" red brass bell, BII taper, thin brass with a thin rim wire. Very responsive and not woofy like some larger flares. In excellent condition. $850 sold Nice used leather gig bag for bass trombone, black and green two tone leather. Handmade by Glenn Cronkhite in Berkeley California Linda di Chamounix: Trombone 3 part [A4596]. They are especially fun for guys used to blowing big bore horns looking for a small trombone. In excellent original condition with case. $950 SOLD Originally owned by John Cerminaro, this 8D was purchased by one of his students. The horn is in excellent condition with valves that seal well and no dents Hommage du trombone Trombone and Piano. Basically, these are the same parts as the Artist line but assembled with different spacing so the parts are not interchangeable between the two lines Parsifal, WWV 111 (Act I, Sc. 5: March of the Grail Knights – for orchestra): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A7444].

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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 Palestrina, WoO17 (Prelude to Act III): Trombone 1 part (Qty 7) [A8060]! And isn't this what good music is all about. Schagerl trombones were developed in collaboration with trombonist Otmar Gaiswinkler and Wolfgang Pfistermüller of the Vienna Symphony. The "Muthorn" and "Troy" models were created in close collaboration with Bertl Mütter and trombonist from the ever popular and fascinating group, Mnozil Brass Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D (Prolog: Siegfrieds Rheinfahrt): Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A4556]. We are classically trained trombonists but we don't let that stop us. Our members come from far more respectable institutions including the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Portland Columbia Symphony, Portland Opera, Portland Wind Symphony, Willamette Falls Symphony, The Oregon Symphonic Band, Art Abrams Swing Machine, Big New Band, Second Wind Jazz and Big Horn Brass BANGLES BAUBLES & BEADS - 6 Part Trombone Choir Arrangement (Parts Written in Dual Notation).

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It's also about the coolest looking trombone ever, $8500 with tuxedo gig bag and modified tuba mouthpiece. SALE PENDING A rare one, the Conn 48H Connstellation trombone was the top of the line Jazz horn in the 1960s. This model features .500" bore slides with a nickel silver bell and neckpipe. This particular horn is in fantastic near time capsule condition. It is a single owner horn and has been stored since purchase Il trovatore (Act II, Coro (Anvil Chorus): Vedi! le fosche): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3083]. A two piece thin walled 9.5" yellow brass bell and .562" bore handslide are the specs on this model Christus, S.3: Trombone 1 part [A2657]. Here is a really nice and clean Bach LT16M, same model that Bill Watrous plays. It is similar to the King 3B in that it has a larger .509" bore slide. Very versatile and easily adaptable, the LT16M is one of the most popular jazz trombones around La bayadère (Act II): Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A8888]. The doubling certainly isn't necessary because the voices are inadequate -- Bach wouldn't have written them that way if he didn't have the voices. I've also wondered whether the"antique" sonority of unison recorders and divided gambas in Cantata 106 had a similar funeral symbolism. Neil Halliday wrote (January 25, 2005): this is the page you want, to answer that question Tam O'Shanter: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A7857]. With what we know about instruments and performance habits from the baroque, what's the point really? >With what we know about instruments and performance habits from the baroque, what's the point really?< The point is the stunning effect of (presumably modern) trombones in Christ Lag, reported by another member. I have had the experience of abandoning performances of Bach's cantatas on radio because of the woeful inaccuracy, weakness and untidiness of baroque trumpets (admittedly in this instance, an all Australian cast; I doubt this country has more than a couple of performers who can play the blasted things satisfactorily); the conductor should have hired three modern trumpets that could have performed the parts to a decent standard; likewise I'd be very suspicious of arguments that modern trombones can't perform Bach. [To Neil Halliday] Yes they where the modern type and I know the sound of the older trombone but it still sounded fantastic Ernani (Prelude): Trombone 2 part (Qty 7) [A4555].

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Trombones have the abillity to play with an attractive and sonorous sound or with a direct, pointed sound Easy Christmas Favorites: Trombone (Book/CD) by Clark, Larry published by Carl Fischer, LLC Paperback. They were mainly used in Europe and the British Empire. They were sometimes called Terzposaune, Quartposaune, and Quintposaune (from the German name for the intervals third, fourth, and fifth lower than B♭), though sometimes Quartposaune was used generally to refer to any of these. [3] The oldest of these instruments were the E, D and C bass trombones, which were used in Europe during the Renaissance and early Baroque periods; by the 18th century the F and E♭ bass trombones were used in Germany, Austria and Sweden and the E♭ bass trombone in France, though these fell out of favour in the early nineteenth century and began to be replaced by the tenor trombone, later (after 1840) the tenorbass trombone with F rotary valve attachment Pavane, Op. 50 for Tuba or Bass Trombone and Piano. The ensemble meticulously prepares both standard repertoire and new works Rienzi, WWV 49 (Friedensmarsch): Trombone 1 part (Qty 7) [A5287]. The bell is in good shape, looks like its never taken major trauma and only has some cosmetic scratching on the flare. Slide is good, some minor wear on the chrome but not through it. The valve knuckle does have a small crack and needs to be patched to play this instrument in original single valve configuration SWEET GEORGIA BROWN - 6 Part Trombone Choir Arrangement (Parts Written in Dual Notation). Older, now obsolete versions of the bass trombone were of smaller bore than the modern bass trombones described above. They were usually pitched in G, F, or E♭, and had a longer slide with a handle attached to the outer slide stay to allow for full extension of the slide. They were mainly used in Europe and the British Empire. They were sometimes called Terzposaune, Quartposaune, and Quintposaune (from the German name for the intervals third, fourth, and fifth lower than B♭), though sometimes Quartposaune was used generally to refer to any of these. [3] The oldest of these instruments were the E, D and C bass trombones, which were used in Europe during the Renaissance and early Baroque periods; by the 18th century the F and E♭ bass trombones were used in Germany, Austria and Sweden and the E♭ bass trombone in France, though these fell out of favour in the early nineteenth century and began to be replaced by the tenor trombone, later (after 1840) the tenorbass trombone with F rotary valve attachment Chorale Varie pour Trombone et Piano. The slide is a custom dual bore. 525"/.547" Bach slide. Action is good and the sound is penetrating and deep with lots of clarity and color. $1800 with case. Another Hollywood jazzer with some history Manon: Trombone 1 part [A4015]. I've never seen another 34 with a rose brass bell and this one sound incredible. The slide is from the Mt Vernon era and still a 34 slide, but not original to the bell Twelve Sonatas for Trombone Trio volume 2 (7-12) by Henry Purcell and arranged by Ralph Sauer. I was listening to 'Die Walküre' the other day, and it struck me how much similarity there is to the 17th century polychoral technique of Praetorius Stabat Mater: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A2708]. This sackbut is a fine professional instrument. It has a unlacquered bell section with nickel silver handslide. It has a modern bell to slide relationship with a 3rd position bell. The slide is wider than other sackbut models Mass No.6, D.950: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A2718].