BLEGER 31 Studies for Trombone (Allen Ostrander) No. 1801

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This gives a more expansive tone but still retains the clarity of a medium bore slide. This one is his medium bore, Quart model which has a .525" slide and a Hagmann F attachment. Musicians' earplugs try to reduce the volume by the same amount at all pitches, which makes the instrument sound much better (although still not the same as without earplugs). The only instrument I ever learned was the piano but the 1910 Olds trombone in its green velvet case seduced me.

Pages: 19

Publisher: International Music Company (1962)

ISBN: B0020OXH86

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