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Carl Fischer Melodious Etudes for Trombone, Vol. 2

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We are certainly privileged to participate as members of this audience and not one that was restricted only to its own time and place of existence. Tomes was one of the first makers doing historic brass instruments, and there are some "handmade" qualities about this sackbut that I particularly appreciate looking at. This horn is sold without case. $3750 Here is a really nice intermediate tenor trombone made by Yamaha. Original King coffin case is included. $2000 Sold An orchestral classic.
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Lassus Trombone

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For sources see Trombone History Bibliography. 1800s—Trombone enters a unique period in which it participates in all cultural levels: high culture (symphonic music and opera), middle culture (dance orchestras and military bands), and low culture (oom-pah bands) (Guion, Trombone 9). 1800s—France: A print entitled Macédoines—Jongleurs—Tours de force et d’adresse features a row of musicians, including a dragon-bell trombone (see below detail; public domain ) (Paris, Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée). 1800s—Though trombone is not considered a common solo instrument, several 19th-century trombonists make their reputation as soloists, including Carl Traugott Queisser and Friederich August Belcke in Germany, A.
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Marches of Fame for Band 3rd Trombone

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Using them as an ensemble is the rule in about a dozen works; using a single trombone to support a vocal line is the exception, seen in Cantatas BWV 3, BWV 96, BWV 133, and BWV 135 .< < The MGG speaks only about Monteverdi's 'Orfeo' having a division/contrast between 'light and dark' instrumentation: the upper world using violoa da braccio, organ, harpsichord, contrabass, harp and chitarrone while the underworld has the cornett, trombone and regal. First established in 1957, the awards are recognised throughout the world as one of the most significant design awards.
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