Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker - Trombone

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The trumpet sits on the post perfectly and "hovers" just over the disk... it looks cool! SOLD Gerhard Schneider instruments were made in the 1950s and 1960s by the B&S factory in Germany. Tenor trombones produced in France during the 19th and early 20th centuries featured bore sizes of around 0.450", small bells of not more than 6" in diameter, as well as a funnel-shaped mouthpiece slightly larger than that of the cornet or horn.

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Publisher: Hal Leonard (2007)

ISBN: B003969M42

A similar design ("Preacher model") was marketed by C. Conn in the 1920s, also under the Wurlitzer label. Currently, B♭/C trombones are available from many manufacturers, including German makers Günter Frost, Thein and Helmut Voigt, as well as the Yamaha Corporation. [19] This outfit also comes with an HW Trombone Brass Saver, Slide Grease and Cleaning Rod. Bauhaus-Walstein open-wrap Bb/F trombone for intermediate trombone players - this is a full outfit and represents great value for money They are known for their excellent rotary valve flugelhorns, but also make a wide variety of other brass instruments. This is a 3 valve Bb bass trumpet, similar to the Conn 4B bass trumpet design. It's not the best instrument in the world, but it's not the worst either ref.: And not to mention a fatter sound I'm hearing now, makes me not want to put the horn down. I knew this trumpet would be good, but you've made it even better! Trombones are used universally in classical, jazz and even pop music. The most frequently encountered trombones are the tenor trombone and bass trombone, while the E♭ alto trombone has become less common as tenor technique has extended the upper range of that instrument , cited: SOLD $1500 This is a really nice playing Shires tenor trombone, handpicked by one of the local LA professionals. It has a 7Y bell, thayer valve, TW47 slide with 4 lead pipes This is the Slokar model 175, designed specifically to ease intonation and make partial slotting more stable. It has a nickel silver .480"/.488" dual bore slide and a gold brass 7" bell. This is one of the best professional alto trombones available The original Besson hardcase is included, along with the fabric storage bag. Also, a custom two tone leather Glenn Cronkhite case is included D'Indy used this instrument several times; in his Symphony No. 2 in B♭, Op. 57 (1902-3), Jour d'été à la montagne, Op. 61 (1905), Souvenirs, Op. 62 (1906), Symphony No. 3 (Sinfonia Brevis - de bello gallico), Op. 70 (1915), and Poème des rivages, Op. 77 (1919–21) , cited:

SOLD Here's a unique tenor trombone made in Yamaha's custom pro shop in Japan. It comes with a lot of goodies so have a seat and enjoy: The bell is 8 1/4" red brass Xeno bell, custom F attachment wrap with removable compact D 2nd valve as well as a straight neck pipe, 2 slides (one is standard weight and the other is a nickel silver .547" with Bach style crook epub. It has a single leadpipe, that is removable. It's quite a good player, having a warm expansive sound that is easily colored , e.g. Although it was sold as a 46, the bells were still stamped as 45. All Bach Stradivarius bass trombones feature .562″ large bore, one-piece yellow brass bell, chrome-plated nickel silver seamless inner slide, brass outer slide, nickel silver handgrip, tubular nickel silver body braces, genuine Vincent Bach mouthpiece, deluxe wood shell case. MODEL 50A – 9-1/2″ one-piece yellow brass bell, Hagmann Valve rotor mechanism, open wrap 9″ bass trombone with F valve
IN THE DOWNLOADABLES BUSINESS OVER FIFTEEN YEARS! A customer commented: "Today I made my first purchase from Tributek. Every aspect of the transaction exceeded my expectations. The description of the product included a Quicktime demo in addition to a clear, interesting, well-written description of the product. The ordering process could not have been easier or faster. I will definitely shop with Tributek again!" Advantages of hiring include the ability to return the instrument if the pupil changes their mind about leaning that instrument. Note this very rarely seems to happens in the hire period! The second hand value of a starter instrument in GOOD condition will be around half to two-thirds of the new price. Bear in mind that basic starter instruments are not designed to last indefinitely, often only for a couple of years epub. I had a student who bought a clarinet stamped with �made in �, from JC Penney; although it sounded basically like a clarinet should, we soon found that the keys were bending under normal use.� As the one-time owner of an Amati trumpet I found that the tuning slide tubes were not parallel and that the body would dent at the slightest impact.� You may find softer metals that dent more easily than they should, lacquer that scratches or peels easily, or weak solder joints that break The build quality on this horn is outstanding. Everything is perfectly assembled with no stress. As you can imagine, this horn plays amazing. If you've been following my site for a while, you know I don't throw this comment around unless it's true... this is that closet elkie 88H you've been up at 3am searching for on the internet... original case is included with original documents. $2800 SOLD Conn 62H bass trombone with dependent valves in Bb/F/D, circa 1972
This weighs 150 lbs so it’s not like you can sneak it away under your jacket. It has 61 keys and its strings exert a pressure of over 325 lbs of tension. By the by, He actually set out to create a piano, but that turned out to be too ambitious a project and settled for making a harpsichord instead. In case you’re wondering, a harpsichord is the pre-cursor to the piano Look for a good second hand model, as new models will loose much of their value, and a larger horn will be needed as soon as the student can hold it. Single B-flat French Horns: Often, with an additional valve or two to change key (e.g. from B-flat to A, low F extension) online. Slide is not included. $800 Professional orchestral trombone from Conn, this is a Gen II 88HO , e.g. It goes without saying; this special harpsichord is not mass produced Usually the silver-plate costs a little more , source: While trombonists were employed with cornett players in court, church and civic ensembles, single instruments were also used in broken consorts. 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 Many players position the mouthpiece asymmetrically, so that it covers more of the upper lip than the lower lip, as is shown here online. I correct them as often as I can. It's a perpetual, ongoing process...] * Shipping costs are based on an estimate of UPS ground or equivalent carrier within the contiguous US, excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Please see Seller's website for actual shipping costs. If you’re in the market for a superbly handcrafted trombone, I strongly urge you to visit Steve Shires’ shop in Hopedale, Mass., about an hour southwest of Boston Any additional instruments (Tympani in this example) are indicated by a "w/" (meaning "with") or by using a plus sign online. Enjoy some quality horn porn photos! $4200 with case and Kanstul D slide. SOLD Here's a horn you don't see everyday. Up for sale is a used Vincent Bach bass trombone model 50B made in the Bronx, New York factory in the early 1950's. It has a one piece yellow brass bell flare 9.5 inch diameter and is stamped Vincent Bach New York 67 Model 50B (The 67 is the postal code for the Bronx factory, the B stands for F attachment as this horn originally was a single valved instrument) , source: This prototype was built by Steve Shires for himself and has some interesting specs. The bell is a 2RVET7, slide is a TW47YG (yellow top tube, gold bottom tube) and the valve is a Spanish made BOSC valve pdf. No case included. $3800 Custom bass trumpet built by Hermann Ganter in Munich, Germany in the late 1970s. Ganter is regarded as one of the master builders of rotary trumpets and his instruments are played all of the world in many of the major orchestras Stunning custom .508" tenor trombone from Manfred Schmelzer in Germany. 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 , e.g.

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