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See our About British Brass Bands page to learn more about the instrumentation and history of this type of band. This particular trombone has one of the more rare engravings, the one of Earl's dog! It is in very good condition with some minor wear and tear from use. Original case is included. $1000 SOLD A near new condition used Vincent Bach model 12 tenor trombone. These one of a kind stands will be made to order with delivery in two weeks.

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Publisher: MMO; Student edition (November 1, 2006)

ISBN: 1596154594

The first evidence of such an instrument has been found in the Burgundy region of France and dates to the 1400s, when it was called “trompette des ménestrels” (“minstrel trumpet”). In 15th century, the slide trumpet was altered into the S-shaped “shakbusse” or “sackbut,” (probably derived from the Old French words for “push-pull”) with a double-slide mechanism on the tubing, making it the Renaissance-era father to the trombone ref.: http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/wiener-bonbons-walzer-op-307-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-qty-2-each-a-6653. Price is $1000 This is a nice late 1970s vintage Bach model LT12. It has been 24K gold plated and is a stunning trombone to both see and play. I'm a big fan of gold plated horns, I feel that it helps protect the brass but also gives the tone of the horn a nice color and character http://thebarefootkitchen.com.s12128.gridserver.com/books/salome-op-54-final-scene-trombone-3-part-qty-2-a-6813. The instrument has recently been overhauled and restored by my tech, Brad Close. It has a heavy gauge gold brass bell flare. This is a great playing orchestral trombone with a big powerful focused sound. It also comes with a convertible straight neck pipe. Sold with a gig bag. $1650 sold This is a beautiful recently restored Bach 50B bass trombone, early elkhart serial 22,xxx. It's a fantastic playing instrument with a thin responsive bell, classic sound and vibrant color http://1-million-link.com/lib/macbeth-prelude-trombone-1-part-qty-7-a-8085. The range of the tenorbass trombone is therefore E1 to B♭1, then C2 to D5. The alto trombone is pitched in E♭ (occasionally with a D or B♭ rotary valve attachment) or F, a perfect fourth or fifth higher than the tenor trombone and was commonly used from the 16th to the 18th centuries as the highest voice in the brass choir http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/symphony-no-3-op-153-trombone-2-part-qty-2-a-4288. Used Bach 50T Professional Bb/F Bass Trombone in silver plate. .562" bore hand slide, open wrap Thayer valve, 9.5" bell flare. Instrument is in good condition apart from very minor wear and scratches throughout and a few minor dings in bell flare download.

Modern instruments have an E trigger allowing them to play the low B. As with trumpet players some trombonists can extend the range upwards but the same limitations apply to stamina. The normal range can be extended downwards by the use of pedal notes (the fundamental of the overtone series) most commonly used on the bass trombone as an effect where the notes tend to growl http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/don-carlos-trombone-1-part-a-4612. Zigmant Kanstul of Kanstul Musical Instruments is now able to recreate the magnificent sound qualities produced by the historic J , e.g. http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/morceau-symphonique-op-88-trombone-solo-with-piano-kalmus-edition. 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 , e.g. http://schoolbustobaja.com/?freebooks/8-gedichte-aus-letzte-blaetter-op-10-zueignung-no-1-for-voice-and-orchestra-c-major.
The Perantucci PT-3 Tuba is a compact CC tuba made in Germany http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/psaume-150-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-qty-2-each-a-2601. Once you have cleaned the surface, use a wrung out cloth dipped in clean water to remove any remaining soap, and then dry the brass piece thoroughly. If you are trying to remove tarnish that has accumulated underneath lacquered brass, you need to remove the layer of lacquer first http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/peer-gynt-suite-no-2-op-55-trombone-3-part-qty-2-a-1523. "This is one of three instances known, in the cantatas, in which the trombones are used other than with the voices." Does anyone know off-hand what the other two cantatas are? (There are 3 trombones in BWV 25 ). (Needless to say, in the light of the subject matter, the hair-raising nature of this opening chorus, as captured on Rilling's recording, with the elemental 'shrieks' or 'grunts' from the trombones, is thrilling, to say the least.) Bob Henderson wrote (October 7, 2003): [To Neil Halliday] Trombones (from the Concerto Palatino) are used (to wonderful effect) in at least three Suzuki recordings: BWV 25 and BWV 64, Volum 13 and the Leipzig version of BWV 21, Volume 12 , e.g. http://schoolbustobaja.com/?freebooks/patriotic-hymns-for-brass-trio-2-trumpets-and-trombone. As with other German and Austrian brass instruments, rotary valves are used to the exclusion of almost all other types of valve, even in valve trombones. Other features often found on German trombones include long water keys and snake decorations on the slide and bell U-bows. Since around 1925, when Jazz.music became popular, Germany has been selling "American trombones" as well. Most trombones played in Germany today, especially by amateurs, are built in the American fashion, as those are much more widely available, and thus far cheaper , cited: http://istarestudi.com/?books/die-meistersinger-von-nuernberg-wwv-96-act-iii-sc-5-apotheosis-of-hans-sachs-choral-final. If you find yourself searching for a .500" bore horn that really cuts through a band... the 48H is what you've been after. $1300 with original case , e.g. http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/songs-and-dances-of-death-trombone-1-part-qty-2-a-7118. It has a tuning slide to aid in playability http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/la-fille-du-regiment-act-ii-trio-soprano-tenor-baritone-tous-les-trois-reunis-stretti. The internationally acclaimed slide lubricant from England. The term brass instrument is slightly misleading, as not all brass instruments are construed from brass http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/le-corsaire-overture-h-101-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-qty-2-each-a-1182.
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