Symphony No.1, Op.9: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A4345]

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Here's a vintage Alexander model 103 in yellow brass with cut bell flare. Please contact Following many of the titles in our Wind Ensemble catalog, you will see a set of numbers enclosed in square brackets, as in this example: The bracketed numbers tell you the precise instrumentation of the ensemble. Praetorius's observation that the English had a predilection for a single quiet trombone ("eine stille Posaune") in consort music is confirmed by other sources, and many pictorial representations show trombones in the company of various wind and string instruments.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)


This horn has the "K" bell flare, which means that the bell diameter is 9" and standard gauge red brass. This bell was mounted on the closed wrap F attachment and a fixed leadpipe .547" slide is included. I feel that they hold the center of the instrument together better and give a good balance of diffusion to vibrancy (while I sometimes feel that some open wraps sometimes contribute to an instrument sounding a bit thin... who knows if I'm right or not... probably not! haha) Regardless, most of my own large tenors are closed wraps and I find no significant resistance or stuffiness encountered on the valve side The 350C is not only for small children; it is also suitable for adults. Your child outgrow the instrurment - you won’t need to buy a model. The 8 inch bell is full-sized -the same as on our standard trombones- and made of gold brass for an exceptionally warm and round tone online. This Conn Elkhart 88H is from 1952 (390,xxx serial), prior to the official release of the model 88H. As a result, it is stamped 8H which officially makes it an 8H special with custom F attachment. Not only is the F attachment a hand bent custom job, but this particular 88H has a 9" bell flare Includes case and two mouth pieces - metal for performances and plastic for beginners and practice ref.: Gary Greenhoe makes one of the best boutique rotary valves in the world. This bass trombone features these valves. This model is assembled at the Greenhoe factory in Wisconsin using the OEM Conn parts. It is assembled with perfect precision to avoid stress and tension on joints, yielding a very responsive and nuanced instrument (oxymoron for a bass trombone, I know). It's a beautiful piece of playable artwork , source:! This is a trombone that deserves to be called a "gigmeister" $450 as is, $600 with a cleaning and slide job pdf. Whether it’s our Open Mic Nights, Technology Saturdays, Expert Repair Centers, or In-Store Events & Clinics; there’s always something cool happening at Sam Ash Music. It’s never too late (or too early!) to learn how to play a musical instrument. And if you already play, a skilled instructor can help you improve your skills and take you to that next level of performance, and satisfaction ref.:!

Personally, I don't see why we'd need to force any reasons onto Bach, necessarily. Why not just let the man write whatever music he feels sounds good, and use his people as he sees fit, for the scheduled message of the day? Thomas Braatz wrote (January 28, 2005): >>Personally, I don't see why we'd need to force any reasons onto Bach, necessarily First off, it's a 70H which IMO is the classic single valved bass trombone. Second, it's an Elkhart Conn from the early 1950s, some of the best horns were made during this period. Third, it's been modified by the legendary Larry Minick. He rebuilt the slide, added a custom leadpipe and modified the trigger linkage, as well as silverplated the slide grip. Fourth, I just love the patina on this horn
The 5B has a .547" slide with a 9" bell flare. The blow is focused and quick responding. I don't feel like these horns project as much as a Bach 42 or Conn 88H, but it is still a top notch large bore tenor trombone... ideal for a player looking for a big warm sound. The valve action is great and the valve section has a good blow to it. This particular 5B has a nice thin responsive bell and it one of the best playing examples of this model I have come across , source: Each piece is handmade and signed by the maker ref.: If you've ever listened to Jim DeSano of the Cleveland Orchestra, you'll know exactly what this trombone sounds like. Overall, the instruments is clean, it has some cosmetic lacquer wear in the usual spots. A few signs of repairs and a could small dings remain in the valve tuning slides , cited: The Capri trumpets also have two other feature that are just as important ... fun and affordability. Experience the ease of in playability built into each instrument and hear why for over thirty years, so many up-and-coming trumpet players have tuned into Capri ref.: If you can get past the serious oxidation on the finish and the mediocre slide action, it's a nice horn. Price reflects condition. $250 with case (in rough shape) SALE PENDING Professional double horn from Hans Hoyer, this is the model 6802 in nickel silver. This line was developed with input from Myron Bloom and Vince DeRosa It’s usually manipulated by the brass player to cover and then uncover the bell of the trumpet or trombone, in a similar manner to the “wah-wah” sound referred to above. However, this mute has none of the metal sounding quality of the Harmon mute. In the days of the big bands, a plunger mute was often made of cardboard and painted white and red. This was probably because it looked better then using a bathroom plunger, especially in a fancy ballroom setting
The development of the JP233 RATH saw the instrument finely balanced to ensure an excellent playing experience for musicians of all levels. An extremely high level of craftsmanship is apparent throughout, as is to be expected with instruments that bare the Rat.. ref.: Some principal or lead players specialise in high notes and can extend the range by an octave or more, but unless you know the players you are writing for it is best to stick to the conventional range , source: I can have it lacquered on request for a small additional charge. $13,000 SOLD Here's a nearly new condition Conn 8D double french horn epub. This particular instrument was hand assembled from parts at the Bach factory with assistance from Joe Alessi. It has had one original owner and is in really fantastic condition. I've not seen another one like this before. $2100 with case The Olds Opera was the professional large bore (.554") trombone offered in nickel silver. This one was made in Fullerton California and is in very good condition Explore the links below to follow in his footsteps. The Peabody Conservatory Trombone Department faculty is made up of four current or former members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, who offer the prospective student a unique blend of influences: James Olin studied at Northwestern University in Chicago with Frank Crisafulli, David Fetter studied at the Eastman School with Emory Remington, and Randall Campora studied at Florida State University with William Cramer , cited: Kanstul has been a leader in modern trombone development , e.g. Don't let the classification fool you, it's still a top notch high quality instrument and has many features that make it a desirable horn for excellent students, weekend warriors, young professionals, etc. The horn is a full double in F/Bb and is a geyer style instrument. Carl Geyer was a pioneer in the development and evolution of the modern French Horn SOLD This is a nifty studio Conn euphonium, it has a removable recording bell and a terrific main tuning slide trigger. 4 front action piston valves The instrument is open at the far end or bell. But it is (almost) closed at the other end. For a sound wave, the tiny aperture between the lips � which is on average a much smaller cross section than the bore of the instrument � is enough to cause a reflection rather like that from a completely closed end All the way through the mid-20th century it was common to see orchestral trombone players using instruments that did not include the trigger mostly because of a lack of a need for one. However, as 20th century composers such as Mahler became more popular, tenor trombone parts began to extend down into lower ranges that necessitated the use of a trigger ref.: Byers played trombone for Buddy Rich, Benny Goodman, Quincy Jones as well as arranging many of the charts for Count Basie and many others Features include: Dual Lindberg CL2000 valves. Lindberg open wrap F and Gb attachments. 0.562" main bore. 0.580" valve section bore. 9.5" one piece hand hammered annealed rose brass bell. Based on the Generation II 62H developed with Bill Reichenbach, this model has independent valves for even greater facility

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