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This one was built for a prominent trombonist as his backup instrument and is still new. $5500 SOLD Probably one of the best pocket trumpets you can buy. In addition, there are often doublings in the Trumpet section - Piccolo and Flugelhorn being the most common. These repetitions will often be found in the chorus section of a tune. For example, a trill on B♭3-C4 is virtually impossible as the slide must move two positions (either 1st-to-3rd or 5th-to-3rd), however at an octave higher (B♭4-C5) the notes can both be achieved in 1st position as a lip trill.

Pages: 56

Publisher: Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (July 12, 2001)

ISBN: 1860962327

For two tenors and a bass trombone (or two euphoniums and a tuba, three bassoons, or three cellos) , cited: Inner slide tubes are perfect and the action is great I love the look of the copper bell with the nickel silver trim. It is a beautiful and striking instrument. This trombone was made in the 1930s and is an excellent vintage and terrific player. The slide on this particular instrument is smoking fast! $650 with original case, On Trial Another ultra rare .525" medium bore Conn trombone , cited: It spent many years in the Hollywood studio scene before being purchased by a prominent collector. It has a custom nickel slide with original crook. The original handgrip is included which shows the serial number (worn). $1850 with original Bach NY case pdf. Evan was a winner in the WMU School of Music's annual Concerto Competition and was a featured soloist on the April 2014 University Symphony Orchestra concert performing Eric Ewazen’s Ballade for Bass Trombone, Strings, and Harp pdf. Slide is longer to give you a true low C. The slide tubes have some minor conn wear, typical of this period (shown in the photo, this is the bottom of the tube). Will be cleaned and tuned prior to sale. $1200 with case. Stunning custom .508" tenor trombone from Manfred Schmelzer in Germany They are also very common in salsa, meringue, swing, jazz, rock, and ska music. Famous Trombonists include Al Pinard, Barry Rogers, Jonathan Arons, Alex Henderson. The following care tips will ensure that your trombone stays in excellent condition. Keep your tuning slide lubricated with slide grease and move the tuning slides as often as you can. They can get stuck from corrosion if they are not moved every so often ref.: Unlike most other brass instruments in an orchestral setting, the trombone is not usually considered a transposing instrument pdf.

Tenor trombone bells are usually between 7 and 9 inches in diameter, the most common being sizes from 7½ to 8½ inches. The smallest sizes are found in small jazz trombones and older narrow-bore instruments, while the larger sizes are common in orchestral models , e.g. With its plastic construction, this lightweight instrument sounds remarkably like typical brass trombones The soprano trombone is often referred to as a slide trumpet, but there are internal differences between the two instruments. Until recently, many believed that the soprano trombone was an historic instrument, but it has recently come to light that this is not the case. For the whole story, read The Soprano Trombone Swindle, at: Achieving a thick, full brass sound can be particularly challenging in a home recording or small studio situation online. UPDATE: we performed a slide job on it and while the action is a solid 8/10 it would need new outer tubes to be a perfect slide (someone did poor slide repair to it as some point in its life)
Overall in excellent condition with a few cosmetic scratches and a tiny dent in the tuning slide. The Mt Vernon case is also in above average condition condition. $2300 Here's a nice condition Holton TR181 bass trombone. These basses are great sounding instruments and are quite versatile leaning a bit towards the "commercial" slide. The tone is easily colored and has a great punch and sizzle to articulate playing , cited: Ken Larson removed the bell and cleaned out the solder and replaced perfectly without scarring. $1850 with case ref.: It shows signs of minor repairs over the years and a little scarring in the bell from dents removed Trombones were used for the first performances of Händel's 'Israel in Egypt' and 'Saul' in 1739, but they must have been played by foreigners This is a King "Flugabone" which is a cross between a marching trombone and a flugelhorn. In good shape, some lacquer wear. $950 with case. These alto trombones are based on the vintage Laetsch and Schilke alto trombones The original 3 piece counterweight is included, as is the original coffin case in great shape. $1200, on trial Here's an interesting bass trombone bell from SE shires. It is a lightweight red brass bell with soldered rim. It is unlacquered. $500 Here's an interesting bass trombone bell from SE shires ref.: A bass trombone is a major investment and with proper care and handling, this durable instrument should last for years. Due to its timeless appeal, distinctive appearance and wide range of entertainment platforms, the bass trombone will not only provide hours of fun and rewarding creativity, but will provide options in your musical career. {"eVar4":"shop: brass instruments","eVar5":"shop: brass instruments: trombones","pageName":"[mf] shop: brass instruments: trombones: bass trombones","reportSuiteIds":"musiciansfriendprod","eVar3":"shop","prop2":"[mf] shop: brass instruments: trombones","prop1":"[mf] shop: brass instruments","evar51":"united states","prop10":"category","prop11":"bass trombones","prop5":"[mf] shop: brass instruments: trombones: bass trombones","prop6":"[mf] shop: brass instruments: trombones: bass trombones","prop3":"[mf] shop: brass instruments: trombones: bass trombones","prop4":"[mf] shop: brass instruments: trombones: bass trombones","campaign":"directsourcecode2","channel":"[mf] shop","linkInternalFilters":"javascript:,","prop7":"[mf] sub category2"}
For example, prices in Giardinelli start at $300.00 You will probably save money on the initial purchase, but if you need any warranty work (if it�s even offered) your instrument will be gone for several weeks and someone's going to be sitting in Band class with nothing to do Photo courtesy of Ra Inta and the Powerhouse Museum. The hands are those of instruments curator Michael Lea. The older lip reed instruments had rather simpler shapes I did this because I have played Greenhoe 62Hs in the past and while I find them to play great, they always felt awkward to me with the narrow slide. This wider slide is a big improvement and makes the horn feel a lot more like Gary's famous TIS custom bass trombones , source: The feet stay out of the way of my double bass spike and it adjusts from high to low The bell has been modified to have a matte finish on the exterior, polished and lacquered inside of the bell flare. The slide is great, it was recently serviced by the slide doctor and is extra smooth. This is a great playing .500" bore tenor trombone. $950 without case SOLD The 79H is one of those mystery horns that Conn produced for a short while and then suddenly discontinued making them somewhat rare I thought about keeping this one for myself and had the lacquer on the bell stripped (only the bell) which freed up the blow even more, a good modification epub. It is in excellent condition with no dents or signs of damage. It has an extra wide slide and would be a nice choice for the bass trombonist with a wider neck that is looking for a thayer horn pdf. The contrabass trombone is a rare but intriguing species, usually tuned a fourth below the tenor trombone making the low F the fundamental of the first position ref.: Both parts had the correct Conn ID part numbers on them and were acquired directly from the factory. As previously mentioned, the 35H is no longer in production, so the rest of the instrument was reconstructed by famous repairman Eric Swanson. The slide on this one is .500" bore, using the smallest size tubing Conn currently offers (100H). It's a really beautiful sounding alto trombone and the sensation of playing a TIS is something that every trombonist enjoys (if you've not tried it, I suggest you do!) He attended New Mexico State University and studied music education under J Vincent Bach combined his unique talents as both a musician and an engineer to create brass instruments of unequalled tonal quality. Call us now for more info about our products It is a fine professional instrument and has a lovely sound. I rattled off a few Wagner excerpts on it the other day and found it to be a superb instrument. It is a larger bass trumpet than other models like the Thein and Alexander, which will be more comfortable for the trombonist (the instrumentalist who usually plays this instrument)

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