Les contes d'Hoffmann (Chanson (Dapertutto): Scintille,

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The slide is all original and has gold brass outers with a yellow crook. In what year new Nazareth was equipped with a trombone-choir, this deponent knoweth not. The model 6 had seven variations, each with slightly different specifications and stamped on the bell flare roman number i through vii. Also for superior balance the bell weight is built right in the main slide. This is an excerpt from String of Pearls, by Jerry Gray. Pending Another Burkle model, this is a later vintage 32H Conn trombone.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)


Symphony No.8, Op.47: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A7049]

Price TBD Here's a really nice vintage 2B from Cleveland production. In good shape and a good player with a brilliant and clear sound. REDUCED $850 Here is a newer Gen II Conn 62H bass trombone with inline Greenhoe valves. Gary Greenhoe makes one of the best boutique rotary valves in the world. This bass trombone features these valves. This model is assembled at the Greenhoe factory in Wisconsin using the OEM Conn parts Variationen über ein Kinderlied, Op.25: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A8292]. A couple of other things to look out for: Baldwin has a brass that never tarnishes, just leave it alone. ( by the way it is nice stuff if you can afford it ) All that looks like brass may not be, if plated you may detect with a magnet, polishing plate may remove the brass down to the base metal ( which may not be magnetic ) ARTISTRY JUMPS - 6 Part Trombone Choir Arrangement (Parts Written in Dual Notation). The trombone’s voice is a rich tenor voice that extends an octave or two below the trumpet. Containing a full-bodied sound that blends well with other instruments, this makes the trombone popular amongst bands and orchestras across the world. Due to the unique way in which notes are formed, the trombone can be a challenging instrument for beginners Debussy Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune- Afternoon of a Faun for Trombone & Piano arranged by Ralph Sauer. Hawes has performed and taught master classes in Australia, Asia, Europe and throughout the United States. He has performed with the Pittsburgh, Boston, Chicago Symphonies and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Hawes to join the World Orchestra for Peace Orchestra to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the United Nations. He continues his association with WOP and has joined the orchestra for several international tours and recordings with Solti’s successor, Valery Gergiev Gypsy Song and Dance for Trombone & Piano by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor arranged by Ralph Sauer (Cherry Classics). The main thing to understand here is that Bach had some primary reasons for employing trombones which had little or nothing to do with funereal coloring as an objective in orchestrating BWV 4 Scheherazade, Op.35: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A1914].

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Two piece valve casing with nickel trim, original lacquer, original owner. Excellent condition and a really nice playing Bach bass trumpet. Brad can add a main tuning slide trigger system for an additional cost. $2850 with original slim case. ON HOLD Here's a rare beastie� the Shires "Bonezilla" which features special oversized inline rotary valves Symphonie fantastique, H 48: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A1307]. Schilke Music Products, Inc. was founded in 1956 by Renold O. Over a period of more than three decades, Renold designed instruments and mouthpieces that were truly revolutionary. In 2002, the company was purchased by Andrew and Julie Naumann, and a new era of innovation began. Schilke continues to be regarded as the pinnacle of the brass instrument industry. Never mass produced, each Schilke instrument is hand made by a select group of highly skilled mastercraftsmen Canadian Brass All-Purpose Band Book, The - Trombone/Baritone B.C..

Faust (Act V, Angels Chorus: Christ est ressuscite): Trombone 2 part (Qty 7) [A3530]

The widespread use of the trombone is a result of the burgeoning of wind bands and brass bands in the mid-19th century in towns, villages and workplaces all over Europe and North America. Gluck wrote for a trio of alto, tenor and bass (e.g. in the oracle scene of Alceste), as did Gossec, who also scored for a single trombone joined to a bass part. Mozart used trombones only in his operas and sacred works; his dramatic use of the instrument is particularly well exemplified by the supper scene of Don Giovanni, and he provided a notorious solo for the instrument in the 'Tuba mirum' of the Requiem (not without precedent in his earlier church music) Cydalise et le chèvre-pied (Suite 2): Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A8795]. The previous owner took excellent care of this horn and it's in good condition even though it's been broken in. The lacquer is in excellent condition with only a few cosmetic blems around the contact points. The rotary valves have been modified by Osmun Music in Boston to have the ports opened up, which helped the blow become more even and free Finlandia for Trombone Octet Ensemble. James has primarily studied with Jessica Sneeringer, Chris Davis, Doug Wright, Tim Higgins, Randy Hawes and Michael Mulcahy. He has performed with the Columbus Symphony Youth Orchestra, the Central Ohio Brass Band, the Columbus Youth Jazz Orchestra, the Northwestern University Symphonic Wind Ensemble and the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra Eine Nacht in Venedig (Overture): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A2096]. Hand finished ultrasonically cleaned lightweight nickel slide. Comes complete with wood frame case, mouthpiece, lacquer cloth and slide grease. Jupiter Bb/F Bass Trombone. 13.90mm bore,216mm rose Brass bell. Bb/F tapered rotor with direct string pull mechinism. Hand finished ultrasonically cleaned lightweight nickel slide. One piece hand hammered Rose Brass bell Time Pieces for Trombone: v. 1: Music Through the Ages in 2 Volumes (Time Pieces (Abrsm)). It has had one repair to the bell about 8 years ago, but this has not affected the resonance JORGENSEN ROMANCE OP. 21 TROMBONE & PIANO.

Cantique de Noel for Trombone and Piano (O Holy Night)

Mass in C major, K.317: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A2694]

Violin Concerto, Op.61 (Original (violin and orchestra)): Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A5893]

Piano Concerto, Op.30: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A1931]

Symphony No.3, Op.90: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A1340]

Stravinsky L'Histoire Du Soldat (Septet) Trombone Book/CD (Music Minus One Trombone)

Die Walküre, WWV 86B (Act II, Sc. 1. Brunnhilda's Battle Cry: Hojo–to–ho (soprano)): Trombone 1 part (Qty 7) [A3949]

TUBA MIRUM (from Requiem KV 626) [L], edition for trombone, tenor voice, bass voice and organ (Organ score & parts, 31682)

La Gioconda (Ah pescator): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A6268]

Two Episodes - Trombone Quartets With Score

Symphony No.5, Op.76 (Critical edition): Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A7482]

Der glorreiche Augenblick, Op.136: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A4017]


Arlekinada (Pas de deux): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A8907]

Rienzi, WWV 49 (Friedensmarsch): Trombone 3 part (Qty 7) [A5287]

Classic Rock Instrumental Solos: Trombone, Book & CD (Pop Instrumental Solo Series)

Concerto for two Violins 1st Movement from for Two Tenor Trombones & Piano

Piano Concerto, Op.30: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A1931]

Scènes de ballet, Op.52: Trombone 1 part (Qty 2) [A1466]

Symphony No.1 in G minor: Trombone 1 part [A1612]

It has usual lacquer wear for an instrument of it's age Ballata delle Gnomidi: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A8117]. The earlier versions were even nicer with lightweight red brass bells, all other and the signature hand engraved on he tone band. The earliest tone way that it was made in about 1935 Don Carlos: Trombone 3 part [A4612]. I love the look of well polished brass, but the work can be daunting especially when the level of tarnish is bad. In this instructable I will tell you how I deal with the issue; it is fairly quick and quite effective. I should also note that not all brass is created equal, my method is mildly brutal so I would not use it on really expensive items without a bit of thought Six Airs for Solo and Piano, Vol. 4 - trombone/euphonium version. Also for just a bit of tarnish less drastic methods should do. Take a look at the pictures here to see if you think it work well for you then read the next section. Also note that it can be a deeply ( but perhaps not spiritually ) satisfying experience to put a nice polish on a piece of brass ( or gold or silver if you can afford them ). There is more to polishing brass than just the polishing Five Duets in Five Keys (Trombone). It has a solid core with predictable slotting. Very few dents and no signs of major damage or trauma. Overall a solid vintage Conn from a desirable year. $3900 with original case. SALE PENDING Vintage Alexander model 103, I estimate circa 1970s. Recently cleaned and tuned up by John Mason in Los Angeles. The horn is in fabulous condition with excellent lacquer and free of dents. I do ship and offer a one week trial period. $5400 SOLD This is a good quality intermediate tenor trombone with F attachment The Merry Wives of Windsor: Trombone 2 part [A2320]. I enjoy listening to different people and their type of music Easy Traditional Duets for Trumpet and Trombone: 32 traditional melodies from around the world arranged especially for beginner trumpet and trombone players. All are in easy keys.. On the slide trombone, such deviations from intonation are corrected for by slightly adjusting the slide or by using an alternate position. [12] It should be noted that though much of Western music has adopted the even-tempered scale, it has been the practice in Germany and Austria to play these notes in position, where they will have just intonation (see harmonic seventh as well for A♭4) Der Zigeunerbaron (Act II, Duett: Wer uns getraut): Trombone part (Qty 7) [A3027]. Perhaps in a band, when dozens of happy high school students in pressed uniforms march down a street playing the school anthem. Or maybe in a concert hall, or in a club. But this instrument, the trombone, is one whose workings are not particularly easy to see from the outside. A trombone is constructed of four basic parts: The slider – Part of the tubing, used to change the overall length of the tubing, which changes the pitch The Gondoliers (Act I, Recitative, Duet: O rapture; There was a time): Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts (Qty 2 each) [A3722]. Hope you get to try them too. www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com I put on a pic of an antique buffet.

as with polishing/refinishing anything, the trick is to proceed from the coarse/aggressive to the fine. first, as you have pointed out, if the piece is 'coated', that has to be removed. this coating is properly referred to as lacquer, ('cause that's what it is.) unfortunately, in my experience, the only thing that will reliably remove it is stripper. and not the 'citrus' 'environmentally friendly', stripper either. nope, the nasty stuff that burns when you splash it on your skin. the kind with methylene chloride. foul stuff, but, if you want to get the job done... most of the rest of your advice is pretty good. however, i notice in your picture that you didn't polish the dog covers, and the finials that hold them on. they're supposed to shine too, and they ain't easy. the material you're dealing with here isn't metal tarnish, it's creosote. it comes out of the wood (it's not soot, it's a hydrocarbon chemical. it's also produced industrially and used to waterproof utility poles.) more creosote comes out of softwoods than hardwoods, so if the previous owners burned a lot of pine, it's going to be worse. here's where the aggressive part comes in. i've had the most success with 3m pads and a cleanser called barkeepers friend. this will clean them, but you won't have a high shine. you bring this back with progressively finer steel wool and polish. the best commercially available product for a mirror finish, imho, is maas metal polish. it seems expensive at first, but a little does go a long way.

I skipped the dog covers ( at the little finials at the end of them ) partly because they are difficult, partly because they are so close to the fire that they do not stay polished for long Don Quichotte: Trombone 3 part [A7939].