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Designed primarily with the symphonic player in mind, but suited to all styles of playing. The bell is thin and responsive red brass with the half moon deco engraving, the slide has bronze outer tubes with thick cross braces, the tuning slide has the nickel silver bell guard and the entire horn is in very good vintage condition. This instrument is in lightly used condition with a few small dings and some cosmetic scratches. $4300 without case.

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Publisher: Occidental Graphics (2012)


I apologize for the tarnished photos, I was lazy that day and didn't feel like breaking out the silver polish... the horn is in excellent condition with no dents. I will polish before shipping. $1400 with a used Bam France case, $1250 without case Big broad sound for a small .485" bore trombone. The model 6vii was the largest variation of the model 6 and also the most popular and common size ref.: The larger bore orchestral instruments were influenced by the German makers who had been making instruments with F attachments and larger bell flares with bigger bores. You can see the influence of the German design in this instrument: leather thumb trigger on the F attachment, closed flat wrap valve tubing, larger throat bell flare and tuning in the slide , e.g. The damage isn't bad and since the bell is so thin already, I wouldn't recommend removing them. It's a roman number i, the roman numerals denoting the seven variations of the model 6 The tone is compact, brilliant and free from thinness, commonly termed “nasal twang.” The Model 4 has been especially designed for players with a delicate embouchure to enable them to play the entire register, particularly the high notes, with the utmost ease. For engagements in hotels, restaurants, small bedrooms and other places where the requirements are usually for subdued music, this instrument will be found thoroughly desirable and suitable download. This is best tamed by the use of a ribbon microphone. Out of all the basic microphone types, a ribbon mic will generally give you the most full and natural trumpet sound , source: Fabric Weight: 5.0 oz (heavyweight) Imported; processed and printed in the U. This is a complete set of 12" through 16.5" viola strings

Were there two different instrument bores in use?<< It does not seem to be the case. Check out Baines' measurements of original instruments from museums: On p. 113, Anthony Baines "Brass Instruments: Their History and Development" [Dover, 1976-1995] gives the following: Continuing on p. 114, probably written in 1976, Baines proposes his theory which attempts to establish the eof a strong tradition that existed over centuries: >>The playing qualities of well-preserved examples have often been judged by modern players to be excellent: harmonics in tune, and good even tone over the compass required by the parts When many of the European trombonists moved to the United States to play in our orchestras, most brought along large bore Kruspes, just like this one
This is a series of notes that are higher then and in harmony with the fundamental note ref.: This mute is made from cardboard and has cotton inside to further muffle the sound. Other brass instrument mutes include the Derby Hat mute (made to look like a derby hat, an interesting visual effect), a Stop mute (used by the French horn) and a Practice mute download. This particular instrument was most recently on loan the the Chicago Symphony, where it was used in their set of romantic trombones. It features a 9 3/4" gold brass bell, .532"/.554" dual bore slide and has had the trigger linkage updated to a modern style ball and socket with thumb paddle (instead of the leather thong). Comes with a custom Alexander hard case. $6000 For sale, a beautiful orchestral tenor trombone from Steve Shires in Boston Massachusetts The "Valhalla" We know that Wagner had heard some late Baroque techniques -- He was baptized in St. The opening of "Die Meistersinger" has a congregational chorale with orchestral interludes between the phrases which echo Baroque organ techniques. "Parsifal" is full of antiphonal choirs which show that Wagner had an intimate knowledge of 17th century polyphony This one is not very old and was special ordered (as the 6 is no longer in regular production). I think it's pretty darn great� has the character of the old New York horns but feels a bit more substantial and modern , e.g. REDUCED This trombone was designed for young players that cannot yet reach the outer positions. This trombone features a C ascending rotary valve, which is used as an extension for the outer positions ref.: Tuning system developed with the assistance of Paul Pollard (Metropolitan Opera Orchestra). Key of Bb/F/Gb/D or Bb/F/G/Eb. 0.562/0.578" dual bore slide. Independent inline dual Renee Hagmann valves. Open wrap F and G/Gb attachments. 9.5" goldbrass bell. Professional single valve bass trombone outfit. The JP233 RATH is John Packer's Bb/F Single Valve Bass Trombone, developed in collaboration with British trombone guru Michael Rath , e.g.
It costs $3,200 for the large bore and $2,270 for the small bore. Creativity and other cognitive skills flourish when a kid or teen explores a musical instrument. Whether your little one is happily pounding away or your teen is starting a garage band, there are many benefits to playing music. Improving eye-hand coordination, enhancing language development and elevating math ability, music helps kids of all ages master important life skills MODEL 50K – 9-1/2″ one-piece yellow brass bell, Balanced Valve® rotor mechanism, open wrap 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 epub. The model 34 is the cooler underground cousin to the ubiquitous model 36� it has a .522" slide with an 8" bell flare. I've never seen another 34 with a rose brass bell and this one sound incredible It has some worn lacquer and a few small dings. A neat old bass trombone with some Hollywood magic. $2200 without case. SOLD Lightly used professional Bach bass trombone with inline rotary valve and open wrap tubing. Yellow brass bell and standard weight slide. All in great shape with the only real blem being a small amount of acid bleed at the bell rim. $2800 SOLD Absolutely fabulous Bach model 12 .500" bore trombone from the mid 1960s, early elkhart production , source: Spike was pushing Earl to build larger bore instruments and many of these early Williams trombones are in fact .525", as is this one. The wonderful things about these early Williams horns are the engraving download. Plus they can be played and carried while marching. Smaller groups of brass instruments may be used in rock music, mariachi bands, and smaller ensembles. These generally use instruments like the trumpet, trombone, and saxophone (which is really a woodwind). Horns have been used throughout history for various signals and fanfares due to their loud noise. The first horns were not made of brass, but used natural elements such as conch shells and animal horns , e.g. This instrument is practically in new condition and comes with a red leather Glenn Cronkhite gig bag , cited: The A-valve is used for stopping (otherewise the notes are out of tune), but can also be used to provide alternative fingering for out-of-tune notes and the A-tube could be swapped with an F-extension tube to help get some of the lower notes Valve oil is normally kept in the instrument case, as it will be often needed. The fumes that are given off when vomiting occurs get into the lungs and it is these fumes which cause most damage , e.g. Top of the line professional C trumpet from Vincent Bach. This orchestral C trumpet was designed using the Chicago Symphony Mt Vernon C trumpet as a model. It features a lightweight 229 bell with french bead rim wire (french bead is a flat half teardrop rim which helps projection while still giving the player freedom of nuance and flexibility)

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