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Hymn of the West: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each)

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There were horns of ev'ry shape and kind. We are currently refreshing the product displays! The predecessor to the trombone emerged not long after it occurred to Medieval Europeans that their signaling devices, which we know today as trumpets, could be used to make music. Call for details. 206.241.5767 Serial No.425XX (late 70s), Classic straight (lead) tenor trombone with light weight nickel-silver hand slide.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)

ISBN: B00UKZFJE2

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If you can imagine a King 3B mixed with an Earl Williams, this would be the horn. It has a thin hand engraved gold brass bell, lightweight slide and Williams style bracing and grip. The sound is great, warm in the softs and punchy in the louds. Sold with original case. $1700 ON HOLD Wow, I love when a really special horn comes through the shop. If you've been searching for a vintage Conn 88H, here it is Lucia di Lammermoor (Act II: Sestetto: Chi mi frena): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 3 each) [A2787]. Choosing among them seems a lot more satisfying than auditioning horns that are all supposed to be the same, which you might do at a factory showroom of some larger manufacturers. My first opportunity to try out the horn with the yellow bell was on a commercial jazz job, and I was impressed from the start. Granted, I am accustomed to an unlacquered bell and a lightweight slide, but I have played lacquered 42s with regular-weight slides that did not have the same presence and projection as this horn Les filles de Cadix (Arrangement for voice and orchestra (E minor, transposed)): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 3 each) [A9077]. The second example is common for a concert band or wind ensemble piece. This ficticious work is for 2 flutes (plus piccolo), 1 oboe, 3 clarinets plus alto and bass clarinets, 2 bassoons, 5 saxes (soprano, 2 altos, tenor & bari), 2 trumpets (plus 2 cornets), 3 trombones, euphonium, tuba, tympani, percussion and double bass download. It was the most popular variation of the seven sizes. This instrument has a 7" bell, .485" slide. Has a matching serial number stamped on the bell connector, so it is all original. Great shape and a terrific sounding small bore with a big sound. REDUCED $1650 One of the most exciting bass trombones I've had come through the Ark in a while, this is a custom built Bach with dependent thayer valves (assembled by the talented Eric Edwards) download Hymn of the West: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3384] pdf. It has a quart valve (F attachment) that is actuated by a string linkage/ leather strap. The original slide tubes were raw brass, the bottom is still intact trombone posaune FRANZ DREYER opera orchestra studies 5. However, after more than fifty years of trial and error experimentation by numerous American and European musical instrument companies, the sound of the J Martha: Trombone 1 part [A2297].

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Yes, you heard correct – it’s so small, you can’t see it, forget about plucking the strings slowly. The size of a red blood cell, you need to fire a laser to hit the strings Attila: Trombone 1 part [A5474]. It has a .490" bore slide, 7" bell, french bead, nickel silver neck pipe, no slide lock, non-typical bell lock nut and ferrules and tuning slide bow guard (which appears to be original). Lacquer looks like it was redone a long time ago, as it has a beautiful honey patina epub. But speaking of polish or rather, lack of it, I suspect I would enjoy Ehmann's recording more, if I could get hold of it. (That recording also features the trombones). > In which other cantatas does Bach use the old-fashioned cornetto (as opposed to the trumpet) and trombones Le prophète (Les Patineurs (scherzo)): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A8887]? It has no slide lock, is a friction fit bell connection and has the original Lion's head engraving on the slide. White website, Sterling silver bells were introduced in 1928� meaning that this might be one of the very first King trombones with a sterling silver bell flare. Not only is it rare, but this trombone is in fantastic condition John Philip Sousa March Collection - Trombone 2.

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It is extremely well preserved and engraved on the tone band, along with the usual lettering and decoration is "R. Olds" (for Reginald connection to a specific history. We can safely assume that this trombone belonged to Reg Olds personally, but beyond that we must unlikely that he spent time between tennis, golf and ski trips to 1938 braces appeared on Ebay Sound Innovations for Concert Band -- Ensemble Development for Young Concert Band: Trombone/Baritone/Bassoon/String Bass. Includes a Geert van der Heide bass sackbut mouthpiece and a slim hard case. Polished raw brass. $2900 SOLD The Reynolds Contempora was the professional model instrument introduced in the late 1940s and produced through the mid 1960s online. It's lighter weight than most double plug bass bones too. This particular 1662i is about one year old. It is in like new condition with hardly any blems anywhere on the horn. It has the standard weight .020" bronze bell with a narrow Conn width bronze slide. $3100 without case. Here's a Conn 88H for the trombonist who loves Conns but wants the clarity and evenness of a yellow brass bell online. Additionally, the valve trombone came around the 1850s shortly after the invention of valves, and was in common use in Italy and Austria in the second half of the century download. British orchestras abandoned the use of small bore tenors and G basses in favor of an American/German approach of large bore tenors and B♭ basses in the 1940s. French orchestras did the same in the 1960s. During the first half of the century, touring and community concert bands lost their popularity in the United States and were greatly reduced in number. However, with the development of music education in the public school system, high school and university marching bands and concert bands became ubiquitous in the US AUTUMN LEAVES - 6 Part Trombone Choir Arrangement (Parts Written in Dual Notation).

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I have sung the c minor mass many time standing behind the trombones which double the tenor line, truly thrilling. > I agree Paysages franciscains, Op.43: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A8416]. These trumpets and trombones have a much brighter, more ringing and brassy tone quality, and were a most significant step in the evolution of our modern brass instruments. The parallel development in both trumpets and trombones was particularly interesting in view of the fact that trumpets and trombones were, during this period, never used together; the sackbutts were used with cornetts and other wind instruments, the trumpets were played by an elite class of musicians and used only by themselves and with kettledrums download. Shop around for musical instrument dealers that offer discounted prices. Used trombones cost less and are usually available at some music shops and dealers. It is recommended that used instruments be bought only at reliable music stores and then tested by a professional before purchase Giovanna d'Arco (Act I, Coro: Ai lari!.. Alla patria): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A5058]. This gold bell is particularly nice, good medium weight thickness that gives solid feedback on your chops. Model 3, which is the large bore (.500"/.547") which works beautifully. I don't know why it works so well, but despite the size of this alto, it doesn't sound like a tenor trombone Seven Bagatelles for 12 Trombones Composer Frigyes Hidas. The slide is raw with soldered stockings and floating top tube. REDUCED $1900 Here's a very nice playing Besson euphonium, 3+1 valve configuration, compensating with large shank mouthpiece received download. As the B♭ tenor valve trombone uses the same fingering as the B♭ trumpet, it is occasionally a doubling instrument for jazz trumpeters. Notable jazz musicians who play the B♭ tenor valve trombone include Maynard Ferguson, Bob Brookmeyer, Clifford Thornton, Juan Tizol of the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Rob McConnell and Bob Enevoldsen pdf. The bell flare is unstamped and came from the legendary batch of Conn bells out of Larry Minick's shop in LA. These bells all had special voodoo blessings and magical spells cast over them to play superior to other Conn bells� ok maybe I made up the voodoo part, but these bells are a bit of a legend in the LA community. Larry got a bunch of parts from Conn made to his specs in some quid pro quo deal and he used them to build his own Minick trombones for many of the best players of the day read Hymn of the West: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3384] online. Hand slide has sustained some damage which effects the action but will be addressed prior to sale. Built in 1961, this "Artist's model" was a product of the Elkhart era and sports an 8 inch coprion bell and a medium large bore pdf. Almost all trombones come in just one size. Several have the optional “F” attachment but the instrument plays in the same way as a trombone without an “F” attachment online. 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 download.