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The fundamental is 131 Hz: adding 131 Hz to that doubles the frequency. Typically, for orchestral instruments, the slide bore is 0.547" and the attachment tubing bore is 0.562". Enrolling in a chamber music class, such as brass quintet, gives each student the benefit of concentrated attention from the brass faculty member/coach. No case. $1000 Ken Larson is making some of the finest custom boutique trumpets in the world.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)

ISBN: B00UJ237U4

For many years Dixie trombone could make me stop and listen and open a nostalgic bottle of India pale ale. Just a few months ago amazingly the slim black musty trombone instrument case was found in a basement. I let it sit for a few days and then with my wife snapping pictures I opened it and there was an unpolished silent brass corpse inside, smelling exactly the same as it did when I had open that case for the first time 70 years earlier in Providence Please try to match the 2 words shown in the window, or try the audio version. There were numerous models of Frank Holton & Co. trombones through the years. This is a collection of user submitted instruments , e.g. Minor dents and scratches, slide is in good shape. Instrument comes with a nice hard shell SKB case. This classic, highly sought after lead players trombone is in very nice condition. Original red and black hard-shell case included. We have a couple more in the line up being restored but don't count on them being at such a low price. Serial no 413XXX, This beauty was built in 1993 when King celebrated there 100th anniversary It is stunning to see� the attention details and craftsmanship is simply the best. Very rare to find a gold brass Mt Vernon 50 with nickel slide, and even more rare to already have it modernized with some of the best rotary valves in the world Professional bass trombone (0.562") with dual independent (inline) rotary valves tuned to F and Gb online. Easy to play, solid upper register, warm tone with beautiful colors. $2100 with case Offered for sale, the Bach 50B bass trombone made in the early 1960s in Mt Vernon, New York. The Mt Vernon horns are prized for their sound and mystique as well as their collectible status. This Mt Vernon 50B has been modified (the work was well done) to add a 2nd valve in the classic off set dependent wrap , source:

It's primitive brass tubing, curves and split valve was a resident gesture resembling a person about to start making music This contemporary lexicon requires not only a mastering of the instrument, but prioritizes an expressive and theatrical capacity to transcend the technical virtuosity in order to touch the listener's emotions. Learning instrumental techniques is transmitted through methods and technical studies. But for the art of interpretation, the transmission occurs with musical works that are adapted to specific technical levels, in progressive sequencing formats, and which enable student practitioners to both comprehend and assimilate what is written in order to liberate musical expressiveness and musicianship , source: Valve section is free blowing and the action is short and fast, has a nice wood thumb lever upgrade. Interesting, the slide has yellow brass outer tubes with a gold brass slide crook (looks to be original). It's a nice playing Bach 36B from a great vintage and includes the original case in very good shape as well. $2400 SOLD This instrument is a beautiful trombone indeed! I've not seen another 12H from this era in this kind of original condition , source:
Army Air Force service bands throughout the 1940s. These instruments have a silverplate finish with a different engraving style from Reynolds’ standard models and a large “U. Circa 1949, Reynolds redesigned their entire trombone line epub. In particular, the left-hand column shows the standard mutes that most players use (with the except of practice mutes, for which there is no standard). Plunger mutes: also try a sink plunger (from your local hardware shop) or a half coconut shell online. The human ear can not hear that low and the notes sound the same that`s why we have bearings when we play them. There`s no point of making ourselves go lower than what is humanly possible to hear. If you had the world`s loosest lips you could possibly hit 10 octaves starting very low ref.: Professional bass trombone (0.562") with dual independent (inline) Infinity Axial Flow valves. Attachments are tuned to F and Gb and are open wrap in design. Features include a large 10.5 inch one-piece hand-hammered yellow brass bell, brass outer slide tubes, seamless chrome-plated nickel silver inner slide tubes, nickel silver slide handgrips, tubular nickel silver body braces, Bach 1.5G mouthpiece (can be swapped for any in-stock Bach mouthpiece of similar cost at no additional charge) and a.. online. As with other brass instruments, sound is produced by blowing air through pursed lips producing a vibration that creates a standing wave in the instrument. The detachable cup-shaped mouthpiece is similar to that of the baritone horn and closely related to that of the trumpet. It has the venturi: a small constriction of the air column that adds resistance greatly affecting the tone of the instrument, and is inserted into the mouthpiece receiver in the slide section online. Medium bore slide (0.525″) with large bore bell. For the first trombone work in large symphony or concert orchestras. Remarkable high register so essential for modern symphony work. Beautiful, broad and sonorous tone, full of life , e.g.
Jent’s is proud to offer low brass instruments for all skill levels from the following brands: A relic from 15 years under the bed, this old horn is about ready for retirement but still has five or so years of good playing left in it. The inner slide is immaculate with no plating wear, the outer slide ... more info Just arrived in store, Bach Stravarius 42-BO Trombone download. It is in like new condition with hardly any blems anywhere on the horn. It has the standard weight .020" bronze bell with a narrow Conn width bronze slide. $3100 without case. Here's a Conn 88H for the trombonist who loves Conns but wants the clarity and evenness of a yellow brass bell Being slide tuning, the bell is lightly braced and creates an aesthetically pleasing trombone. It's well made and offers traits you can't find in other brands download. A custom Greenhoe Bach 42 bell section, straight neck pipe with Greenhoe mounts. The slide is a custom dual bore. 525"/.547" Bach slide. Action is good and the sound is penetrating and deep with lots of clarity and color. $1800 with case Some minor dents in the slide crook, easily removed by a good technician... or not We have a varying range of trombones for sale from top brands such as Conn and Yamaha EEb tubas are becoming popular for the tuba soloist, as the intonation is more stable than an F and the sound is big like a CC tuba, making it an excellent all around gigmeister tuba , e.g. Trombones have been around for over 600 years epub. Perhaps I should have also mentioned the final chorale; here, Richter does capture some of the 'transcendental magnificence' of the trombones, especially in the second half, where you can hear the trombones 'blasting away' in the background. Doug Cowling wrote (January 26, 2005): < This comment applies to BWV 4 's opening chorus The Bauhaus-WALSTEIN 501-D is a full outfit and represents great value for money. It has a gold brass bell for added warmth and projection , source: The horn will have a chem cleaning before sale. $1750 Reduced SOLD Here's a rare bird. Earl Strickler was a fellow trombone builder at the LA Olds factory contemporary with the famous jazz trombone builder, Earl Williams. Most Williams scholars agree that Strickler helped build some of the early Los Angeles Williams trombones. He also made a handful of his own instruments. Interestingly, they share many of the same features of the Williams trombones ref.: Professional bass trombone (0.562") with dual independent (inline) Infinity Axial Flow valves , cited: Bell is of a more recent vintage, but a nice focused sound. 9.5" one piece yellow brass flare. Price is $1700 with case Wow� this one is a special horn. The vintage Holton basses are instruments of legend. These rare trombones were developed as the single valve model to Ed Kleinhammer (of the Chicago Symphony) model, the 169. A removable 2nd valve was option on both the TR169 and TR185 ref.: The next photo shows the clock afterwards. I would like to thank Darren Wicker and the good folks from Austin Brass for this demonstration The horn is silver-plated and overall in good used condition. I would estimate that this particular trumpet was played on around 1000 movies and TV dates , e.g.

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Symphony No.3, Op.153: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A4288]