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Most earplugs cut the volume by different amounts at different pitches, which makes a musical instrument sound rather strange. A very interesting doubling instrument for a trumpeter who wants to play anything from trombone parts in big band... more info This amazing Olds Recording trombone has just arrived in store. Dedicated to the members of the International Trombone Association, Concertante Antiphonale by ASCAP award winning composer David Uber is "a musical salute to the beautiful sonority that may be achieved through the medium of antiphonal trombone choirs."

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Publisher: Dehaske - Curnow; Pap/Com edition (June 1, 2005)

ISBN: 9043121444

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