Aldcroft - 12 Famous Jazz Duets for Tenor & Bass Trombone,

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Because of the bright quality of its sound, the trombone is used in combination with the cornets for a brilliant sound, or in contrast to the mellow instruments. It is a big bore alto with a smaller bell and Bb rotary valve. Open wrap valve tubing is standard for better airflow. The 12 original compositions and arrangements feature a handful of internationally renowned trombone virtuosi, including Davis, Michael Dease, Marshall Gilkes, Conrad Herwig, Andy Martin, Bob McChesney and Bill Reichenbach.

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Publisher: Cherry Classics; Aldcroft, Randy edition (May 23, 2011)

ISBN: 0706072979

Long before the new metal-cutting techniques of the industrial revolution made valved brass instruments practicable, the use of telescopic tubes to vary pitch had been employed in the sackbut, the medieval ancestor of the modern trombone I would think that there must be a year or more between the production of these two trombones. typical of early Olds Super trombones with the narrow tone band It records amazingly well and offers some of the most unique and smooth slurs around. A valuable tool for the hornist, there are many occasions when an instrument in this style is a valuable commodity. This particular instrument was made in the 1960s and has spent its whole life in the Hollywood studios. It is well broken in, like a nice baseball glove, but has recently been refit with a valve job so the valves are all tight with great compression But for a subset of people who react to these organisms, it's no joke. Metersky set out to see how common a problem it was. He asked several professional musicians if he could culture the insides of their trombones and trumpets for a pilot study. "Things plopped out," Metersky says. "It was disgusting online. It started it's life as a valved model but I had my technician Brad Close remove the valve and put new parts on it to make it a straight horn. It's much better and is one of the best playing sterling 3Bs I've had. The sound is big and punchy and you can play super loud before it breaks up , e.g. It is in very good used condition and while has some minor cosmetic blems, overall a clean example. Thin bell, open blow and a projecting sound. $2300 without case SOLD Here's a really nice Bach Soloist Stradivarious: gold brass bell, open wrap F attachment, lightweight nickel slide. The strad soloist model was made for special dealers but is basically a rebranded Stradivarious model 42 with a different engraving

Martin and Company is known by musicians the world over and they have been creating guitars in America since the 19th Century. The guitars produced by this company are favorites of country singers as they are best known for their acoustic guitars with steel strings. Only 15 pieces of the OM-45 Deluxe was produced in 1930, and the singing cowboy Roy Rogers owned one of them The procedure is the same as for greasing the slides, but instead apply a few drops of slide oil and spread with a clean finger pdf. The following two articles provides guidance for those looking to buy a trumpet or cornet. The information is also applicable to most other brass instruments. If you are a beginner or intermediate player, ask an experienced player or your teacher to help with the assessment. The following provides a very brief summary of checks that are applicable to buying a NEW (and second hand) instrument , e.g.
His patented rotary valve would revolutionize the industry, and Greenhoe was soon thereafter providing the trombone world with the highest quality trombones. With the acquisition by Schilke, Greenhoe trombones will once again be in production with the same specifications and standards as they were under the direction of Gary Greenhoe Perhaps we were privy to that knowledge we would’ve taken the lessons more seriously. But with high quality comes higher prices. Here are some of the most expensive musical instruments in the world. luthier. His musical instruments that he crafted are of exceptional quality and are renowned the world over This is all very nice, but if that was our only way to change pitch we would be relatively limited in the notes we could make. The slide is used to lower a pitch by changing the amount of tubing the air has to pass through before it reaches the amplifier (the end of the trombone, where the sound comes out). As we know, little wind and brass instruments, such as the piccolo, tend to maker higher sounds and larger instruments, such as the tuba tend to make a lower sound Slowly move the slide in and out and see if it catches at all while it�s sliding. Gently rest the tip of the slide on the floor and lift just the brace of the inner slide so that it�s moving in and out. If the slide is lubricated and there�s still enough friction to lift the outer slide off the floor then there�s a problem. Pull the inner and outer slide completely apart and examine the inner slide for rust or corrosion, especially near the end It has a gold brass 9.5" bell (1238CF), inline thayer valves in Bb/F/D/Gb. Dual bore slide with orchestral weight nickel oversleeves. In very good condition with some cosmetic wear in the usual spots. The valve linkages have just been upgraded to metal ball and socket linkages. Dinosaur stickers are included at no extra charge. Sold without case. $3400 Custom made inline thayer valve section by LA based repairman, Justin Jerome
I had no idea that Bach wrote such a piece. The use of cornetti and sackbuts would certainly make sense at an august interment where the waits played. That unique sonority makes me think that the trombone band in Cantata BWV 25 is meant to suggest an outdoor funeral consort. The closing chorale with the voices doubled by the brass might well have been intended by Bach to suggest Christ's triumph over death This is a silver-plated model 50B and is a great sounding instrument. I've often thought that silver horns tend to sound darker than their brass counterparts It is nimble when you want it to be and hulking when you need to do some heavy lifting. Recently overhauled and relacquered here at The Brass Ark, it is looking shiny and spiffy. Sold without case. $4400 A rare and beautiful double compensating Wagner tuba made by Paxman of London online. The Trombone first really came to being in the 15th Century but can be traced back to the Roman Empire! Our range of Trombones feature some of the best Student and advanced models on the market, including the all new pBone Plastic Trombone Range Jupiter have won many international awards, are used by thousands of schools and institutions worldwide, and represent the best performance and value in student trumpets, trombones, flutes, clarinets and saxophones The pink rods are Mycobacterium chelonae-abscessus species organisms. The round blue things are cells from the mucus membranes of Bean's mouth epub. Originally due to reasons of limited space conditions in opera orchestra pits, the bell section was provided with a coil to reduce the length of the bell bow, but since the 1970s the long, straight form has taken precedence. Through the combination of both valves the extension handle on the outer slide also became redundant and the instrument is provided with five or six working positions on the slide With case. $1900 SOLD I get special instruments at the shop from time to time, this is certainly one of them. Here's a beautiful Conn 88H made in Elkhart. This instrument was Jim Miller's trombone from the LA Philharmonic and he used it for many years in the orchestra as well as recorded his album on it Sold without case, $1500 Near new condition Thein F contrabass trombone, Ben Van Dyke model with Meinlschmidt rotary valves The first set of numbers (before the dash) represent the Woodwinds. The set of numbers after the dash represent the Brass The piece was inspired by a series of books about a California private detective Bernie Little and his dog, Chet. In the books, Chet is the one telling the story! It's a very amusing series, and I thought it would be fun to write a piece about Chet , source: The instruments (which play a decent range of common articulations and aleatoric effects) sound very nice indeed: ‘opulent’ is the word that springs to mind." ( Sound On Sound ) This product has multiple purchase options! Combine the memorable melody of this Keith Getty and Stuart Townend selection with the remarkable arranging talents of Mark Hayes, and you are assured an inspired instrumental addition to your worship setting or concert venue

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