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How to Play Trombone By Peter Gibbons
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The trombone is a member of the brass family that produces resonant tones and thrilling melodies. The trombone can take years to master, but in the right hands makes beautiful music. This guide will... More > walk you through how to play trombone for beginners. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Requiem for trombone quartet By Cornelius
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Cornelius' piece for male chorus arranged for trombone quartet. Includes score and parts.
Three Graduals for trombone quartet By Anton Bruckner
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This book contains scores and parts for Bruckner's "Locus Iste," "Os Justi," and "Christus Factus Est" arranged for trombone quartet.
Diary of an Orchestral Trombone Player By Mary Lawson
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Beautiful hardback book - the perfect gift. Create a written record of your orchestral performances, and an invaluable reference for future concerts. Organised alphabetically for you to input your... More > performances by composer as you gig your way through your performing life. Fields include Composer, Piece, Date, Orchestra, Venue, Conductor and Part (Difficulty rating and space for comments).< Less
Diary of an Orchestral Trombone Player By Mary Lawson
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Beautiful hardback book - the perfect gift. Create a written record of your orchestral performances, and an invaluable reference for future concerts. Organised alphabetically for you to input your... More > performances by composer as you gig your way through your performing life. Fields include Composer, Piece, Date, Orchestra, Venue, Conductor and Part (Difficulty rating and space for comments).< Less
The Trombone Quartet Recital Book By Troy Wayne
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This is a book of arrangements, not transcriptions. Modifications have been made in voice leading (as slight as possible), key (in some cases), and register. Additionally, small liberties have been... More > taken with dynamics, phrasing, and rhythm. In the case of the Brahms Canons, many originally had no tempo markings, no phrasing, and few dynamic indications (in some cases, there were no dynamics at all). I have gone through these pieces and added most of the dynamics, phrasings, and metronome marks present. I have added to Brahms' markings and removed none. As this is not intended to be an academic score, none of these alterations have been indicated or differentiated from the composers' markings.< Less
Brass Quintet Trombone By John Carbon
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Tenor Trombone part for American composer John Carbon's Brass Quintet. Written in 2008, this witty yet demanding four-movement work is scored for trumpets 1 and 2, horn, tenor trombone and tuba.
Brass Quintet Trombone By John Carbon
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Tenor Trombone part for American composer John Carbon's Brass Quintet. Written in 2008, this witty yet demanding four-movement work is scored for trumpets 1 and 2, horn, tenor trombone and tuba.
Six Songs for trombone and piano By troy wayne
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Five art songs (and one cantata air) arranged for trombone and piano. Songs are 2:00 average. Trombone part requires straight, cup, and Harmon mutes. It is not necessarily intended for all five... More > of these songs to be performed at the same time or in the published order. The performers are encouraged to select a number of songs and order them to personal preference. The songs in this volume may be mixed and matched with songs from following volumes. These songs were first performed between 1997 and 2000 in Boston by trombonist Samuel Getchell. Arrangements for cello and for oboe are also available. Solo part included.< Less
The Trombone Man: Tales of a Misogynist By Ron J. Hutter
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Dr. Peter Kraus is a forty-something behavioral scientist who is known for his quirky innovative ideas, charming bookish manner and love for music, especially the sound of the trombone. Sadly, though... More > courteous and engaging, as well as being a good and considerate lover, he has never been successful with women. While women adore him, his dates usually end in disaster. Nonetheless, Dr. Kraus makes it no secret that he loves the company of women-in carefully measured doses. Following a particularly bad date with his on-and-off girlfriend, Bev, Peter consults his psychoanalyst, Dr. Maxine Feinschmecker, who is the only one who knows about his James Bond fantasies and unresolved oedipal issues. His sessions with Dr. Feinschmecker reveal that he is a misogynist. The Trombone Man shares the story of one man’s zany adventure through an outlandish world where political correctness and populism take on new meanings, but that may end up being more normal than he ever imagined.< Less