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Adding (only) a mouthpiece makes relatively minor changes: it can reduce the amount of the lips that move, and it allows the pressure outside the lips to be a little different from atmospheric. This trumpet has been played, but not worn out. Price is $1500 and includes a King coffin case. sold Beautiful recording model King euphonium with 4 side action piston valves. I had a difficult time choosing between this and Euphonium as I play both.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)

ISBN: B00UJ29FN2

Sold without case, $4400 SOLD Here is a very rare early elkhart Bach model 16G dual bore jazz trombone. It is fantastic� I think it plays extremely well. The sound is dense and focused and the instrument is easy to play. Condition is very good with good slide action and the bell section is free of major dents or repairs. $1500 with original french case. SOLD Top of the line professional bass trombone made by SE Shires in Massachusetts http://www.manonthemoon.es/?freebooks/prince-igor-polovtsian-dances-trombone-1-part-qty-2-a-1336. Instrument is in great condition apart from very minor lacquer wear at contact points http://schoolbustobaja.com/?freebooks/raymonda-op-57-trombone-1-part-a-5495. This instrument has an "H" series serial number, dating it's manufacture date to 1966. It has had a full overhaul with and relacquering. Additionally the string linkage has been replaced with a ball and socket linkage. The leadpipe has been pulled and a Kanstul 62H leadpipe is included. Original case is included. $1000 SOLD A near new condition used Vincent Bach model 12 tenor trombone , cited: http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/partition-classique-la-cucaracha-traditionnel-quatuor-de-trombones. But, alas, the instruments used seem to be modern. Some instrument makers' names are unfamiliar to me (not Conn, of course) and perhaps these might be modern reconstructions, however in the fotos they all appear to be modern versions ref.: http://www.asiatoyz.com/?books/gwendoline-prelude-to-act-ii-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-qty-2-each-a-7708. This shires plays great and with all of the parts you can use it for a variety of applications. It is wonderful for chamber music and brass quintet playing, great for chuch work where you need a variety of styles, great for orchestral work (especially with the large shank leadpipes). The .525" bore slide makes it a little bit less work than playing a .547" tenor, but using the large shank leadpipe gives a very similar sound http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/don-carlos-trombone-1-part-a-4612. This cabinet- organ was set up in the then chapel of the congregation, and on the 18th of June, 1746, its tones accompanied the voices of those who were met for Divine worship, in the chorals of their ritual epub. It was used by the original Glenn Miller trombone section. The model 6vii tends to play the most open and has a wide sound. This one has been well used, but it's in good shape and is a killer playing instrument , cited: http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/instrumental-solotrax-volume-10-sacred-solos-for-trombone-and-cello.

It is also much easier to master a trumpet than most brass instruments. I had a difficult time choosing between this and Euphonium as I play both. Trumpet always gets the melody part making it fundamental. I will always love this instrument. - PianoQueen The warm sounding trumpet... It gives any band that mellow, sweet sounding lead vocals that it requires online! Jupiter JTB438RLQ Bb-Tenor Trombone - 'Ergonomic' model, German silver chrome plated interior, ML bore, adjustable thumbrest, grip cap, brass lacquered, includes Q-case. EV CO4, dynamic instrumental microphone for guitar, brass, drums and percussion, cardioid, 50 - 18.000 Hz, Sensitivity 2.8 mV/Pa (-51dBV) re 1 Pa, die cast zink housing, dimensions: 148x 23 x 12 mm, weight 340g, incl. .. ref.: http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/guglielmo-ratcliff-act-iii-sc-2-intermezzo-radcliffes-dream-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-qty-3. While not the biggest, baddest, wettest brass library out there, Adventure Brass accomplishes what we initially set out to do; to create an instrument that is first and foremost, fun to play. Second, and very much like Soaring Strings, we sought to really limit the controls needed to achieve a believable brass line , source: http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/symphony-no-1-in-g-minor-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-a-1612.
Stradivarius 50K3 .562 9.5 F, Gb Balanced valve design. Stradivarius 50B3L .562 10.5 F, Gb In line valves. Stradivarius 50B3LO .562 10.5 F, Gb Open wrap ref.: http://istarestudi.com/?books/the-seasons-winter-christmastide-no-4-trombone-3-part-qty-2-a-8462. This makes it possible to play scales using the high harmonics, without the use of valves or slides, but subject however to consideration of the intonation. The natural trumpet and natural horn do just this. The natural or baroque trumpet came in a variety of tunings, but was usually rather longer than the modern trumpet. This transposes the harmonic series down, which brings the high harmonics into (slightly) more playable range , source: http://www.aladinfm.eu/?lib/essential-musicianship-for-band-ensemble-concepts-fundamental-level-trombone. Makes sense that we let someone like Mike set up our instruments. "I wanted to send you an update on the horns. They are open blowing, free, easy, centered & resonant. I also, loved the way the horns felt in my hands... Again, thanks for the help!" have met when it comes to customizing trumpets. There is seemingly no problem that Mike can't fix or at least make better , source: http://climadefesta.com/?books/of-fire-and-ice-trombone-i-part-sheet-music. Here's contact info for a Washington group that I've played with: http://www.earlymusic.net/WCSE/ Ask them what they do and how they do their jobs, picking which instruments to bring for which gigs. As I recall, the pieces we played were 17th century works with about 4 to 20 singers, and these guys on their cornetti/sackbutts/trombones, and me on organ http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/brass-recital-for-brass-sextet-4-th-part-1-st-trombone. Designed in the 1960's, and refined through the years ref.: http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/requiem-op-89-critical-edition-trombone-2-part-a-7487. If you are looking for a quality affordable valve trombone, here it is. 206-241-5767 Serial No. 240733, Early 1940s, Professional grade lead players instrument epub. The 32H has a dual bore .500"/.522" with a 7.5" bell. Adored by symphony trombonists trying to pretend to be jazzers and "poo-pooed" by jazzers playing tiny pea shooters, the Conn 32H is not for everyone but should you decide to give it a try, be prepared to be amazed by the velvety yet brilliant tone of this rare trombone http://stevenw.net/ebooks/celebration-2001-in-memory-of-byron-mc-cullough-for-12-trombones.
Our newest model, the ST21 large bore tenor trombone introduced in 2014, offers the choice of bell material, hand slide and valve options including a new rotor valve completely designed and built by Schilke. It is the ideal choice in all genres including solo, chamber, and orchestral settings. The ST30 small bore tenor trombone which incorporates a .500 bore with a choice of bell and hand slide options , e.g. http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/eine-alpensinfonie-op-64-trombone-2-part-a-7648. Instrument is in good condition apart from very minor wear and scratches throughout and a few minor dings in bell flare. Used Bach 50T Professional Bb/F Bass Trombone in silver plate. .562" bore hand slide, open wrap Thayer valve section, 9.5" silver plated bell flare , e.g. http://1-million-link.com/lib/symphony-no-1-in-c-minor-wab-101-2-nd-vienna-version-1891-anonymous-revision-trombone-2-part. Hand finished, ultrasonically cleaned lightweight nickel-silver slide. Smooth playing with Open Wrap attachment, Pistol grip and adjustable thumb rest are perfect for small hands. Ergonomic gooseneck gives more comfortable and better embouchure alignment and handling. Comes complete with hard shell case and mouthpiece plus lacquer cloth and slide oil. Open Wrap and Trigger Jupiter Bb/F Trombone , source: http://nickel-titanium.com/lib/symphony-no-2-op-63-trombone-3-part-a-6120. Since the F-attachment makes the horn longer, the slides are not exactly the same as without, and there are only 6 available positions with the F-attachment activated. Newer trombones often have a so called open wrap F-attachment, making the instrument more responsive and minimizing the difference between playing with out without activating the attachment (the latter pic above) , e.g. http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/the-golden-cockerel-opera-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-a-7965. 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) , e.g. http://www.espacequinzequinze.com/?ebooks/la-grande-duchesse-de-gerolstein-ah-que-jaime-les-militaires-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-qty-2. I've heard rumors that Bach made a few two piece bells before, but I've never seen one until now� and I wasn't expecting this kind of fabrication. That makes this horn very rare, but in addition to being very rare, it also plays freakin' amazing http://www.manonthemoon.es/?freebooks/suite-no-2-op-48-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-a-1669! Whether the statement of old Printz, in the course of a dissertation on the qualities of the trombone, to wit: " Dieses Instrument braucht beine sonderliche Kräfte, sondern es kann ein Knaben von neon oder zehn Jahren solches ohne Schaden lernen and blasen, sonderlich einen Bass auf einer Tenor Posaune welche gar schlechten Wind braucht." There are also a number of well known trombone manufacturers that has been around for many decades, such as King, Conn, Bach, Getzen and Yamaha. Some famous models: King 2B .481/.491 dual bore, 7.38′′ bell Bach 16 .495′′/.509′′ dual bore, 7.5′′ bell Bach 36 .525′′ bore, 8′′ bell (semi large trombone, still using small bore mouthpiece) The range on a small bore trombone starts on the low E, going up as high as the chops allows http://papabearart.com/library/images-pour-orchestre-iberia-no-2-trombone-3-part-qty-2-a-5895. This gives the player total control over the intonation of the instrument. I'm not sure who did the custom work but it is well done and in an ergonomic layout (as ergonomic as a bass trumpet can be). This Ganter is sold without case, but the previous owner built a case for it out of cardboard, which I will include. Surprisingly, the case works quite well... just don't get it wet. $3000 SALE, ON TRIAL Here's a Bach 42 professional large bore tenor trombone with a Rene Hagmann valve http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/time-pieces-for-trombone-v-1-music-through-the-ages-in-2-volumes-time-pieces-abrsm.

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