Elijah, Op.70 (Part II, Chorus: And then shall your light

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At some point along the way the outer slide and inner slide were exchanged, so serials do not match. $725 with original case Here is a brand new, demo, Bach Artistan Bb trumpet, model AB-190. Along with Egger, Ewald Meinl makes some of the very best historical reproductions in the world. It plays well and has very good slide action. $750 SOLD Here is a vintage Bach 36 trombone, circa 1970, so it is an early elkhart production. In all seriousness, this is a great all around BBb tuba that is easy to play, has great intonation and is well made.

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Symphony No.2: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A1333]

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It's been used around the world, on many stages and many concerts. It makes it very fast so that articulation is very clean and effortless. Based on the Bach model 440 bass trumpet, this is Kanstuls version. Comes with French style case. $1975 sale pending Nice vintage 1950s Conn 12H Coprion. Some well known trombone concertos from this period include works by Pascal Dusapin, Derek Bourgeois, Lars-Erik Larsson, Launy Grøndahl, Nino Rota, Christopher Rouse and Henri Tomasi.

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Requiem, Op.89 (Original edition (Novello)): Trombone 2 part

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Sets of instruments by Makers will be periodically added to this table. It has inline shires rotary valves, a 9.5" gold brass bell and straight .562" bore slide. It has the same pitch as a trombone but is played like a trumpet with valves pushed to form notes. Currently, there is aluminum tape covering these cracks, and the horn works as is (although you do feel the bump in the slide action from the tape).

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Königskinder: Trombone 3 part [A7968]

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Some of the most popular type of brass music is played in big bands, classical orchestras, and jazz. Saxophones, when included in orchestral music (they rarely are) will be shown in the "other instrument" location after strings and before the soloist, if any. In England the decline was particularly complete: not a shred of evidence suggests that there was a single native-born trombone player in the country for the entire 18th century, and an inventory of goods at Canterbury Cathedral refers to a chest in which are kept 'two brass Sackbuts not us'd for a grete number of years past'.

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Christmas Carols Trombone BK/CD

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The sound is very dense and dark with great projection and clarity, especially for a gold brass bell. SOLD This is a lightly used Bach Omega "Intermediate" model trombone. Neil Halliday wrote (January 25, 2005): this is the page you want, to answer that question. Robb custom made an open wrap D slide and converted the triggers to thumb and forefinger, as well as minibal linkage. I spent some time tuning it up, and while it certainly is on the flat side, I was able to get it to 440 pitch with the tuning slide pulled out about a half an inch.

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Peanuts(TM): for Trombone (Instrumental Play-Along)

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This is a really fabulous playing instrument and has a pedigree to one of the major US orchestras. This is a bit of a rare bird, it is becoming more difficult to find a nice vintage Bach 16G with the lightweight nickel slide and .509" bore "M" slide. The 420 line bells are all hand made bells and i... If the slides are not lubricated the slides will become stuck and the instrument will need to be taken to a professional repairer. I mean, playing low notes makes you cool.

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Plaisance / Fr. Constant / Pour Trombone & Piano

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A broad open blowing sound that still sounds like a small bore trombone. Read more about brand names below. ���� There are also going to be USED trombones for sale which often make good student instruments for less than the cost of a brand new one. Jupiter is a Taiwanese company, founded in 1930 and is now the world’s largest band instrument specialist company. This talented musical group is composed of members of major German symphony orchestras and professors at university schools of music.

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Brass Ensembles for 2 Trumpets & 2 Trombones

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Band" with the make and model engraved or stamped. Sold as is $350 Based on the Paxman 40 double descant Bb/high F horn. A new trombone may excite a new player more than a slightly used one, but it's possible to find an excellent used trombone for a fraction of the price. This woodwind quartet is for 1 Flute, no Oboe, 1 Clarinet, 1 Bassoon, 1 Horn and Piano. When it comes to the main difference of playing a brass or a plastic trombone, they're nearly the same.

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Requiem in C minor: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A2589]

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The Hamilton is particularly good where you need to play standing up, or for home use, when you don't really want the trumpet bell at floor level. Overall quite a conversation piece that still plays. $400 This is an unusual orchestral tenor trombone, and it has a unique sound and playing quality to it. Does the doubling in Cantata 4 have the same funereal connotation?< < From p. 128 of Konrad Küster's "Bach Handbuch" [Bärenreiter/Kassel, 1999] the following quotation which indicates that Bach, contrary to the notion that he may have called upon trombones to symbolically represent death/funerals in an Easter cantata, had a very pressing reason to choose these instruments over others when 'converting' BWV 4 for use in Leipzig: >>[Bach's] use of instruments in orchestration reveals that the conditions for playing music together with others were substantially different [for each type of instrument] and had subtle ramifications and that, for this reason, it was difficult (even 'tricky') to 'transplant' compositions from one location to another, even from Bach's environment into our time..

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Gallia (Final Chorus: Jerusalem): Trombone 3 part (Qty 7)

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It is a single owner horn and has been stored since purchase. If you are in hurry go buy one off the shelf or order something else from another manufacture. It is in very good condition overall and has recently had a good chem cleaning. I personally believe that Bach knew that he had set a course to follow and tried to uphold the highest ideals in music composing and performing. 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.

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