Don Carlos (Act III, Ballet de la Reine): Trombone 3 part

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All brass instruments can be muted to reduce the intensity of sound but in the case of trumpet and trombone mutes a diverse range of tone colours can be achieved by the wide variety of mutes available for these instruments. Price TBD Gorgeous Elkhart Conn 88H made in 1963/64, some say the best year of production for Conn 88H trombones. I hope you have the opportunity to try this great instrument soon.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)


We offer a 7 day approval period as of the day received with this item. If not happy with your purchase, return as received for a full ref... more info The Olds Super Trombone is celebrated for it's superior tone. Produced from the late 30s right up until the 70s, these trombones have stood the test of time. This example is no different -circa 1947, made in LA. Original dual bore 0.485"-0... more info WOW! ref.:! When it comes to the main difference of playing a brass or a plastic trombone, they're nearly the same. Really the only difference that I'm aware of is that the slide on the plastic one has a distinctive feel with it which takes a bit of adjusting to. Since you will only be beginning learning your new instrument, this should not be a major problem , source: The Mercury trombones (a few are shown on this website in the sale section) use all brass trim, but share the same bell and crooks at the NY bach model 6. This Mercedes feels like a bigger instrument to me when playing it... more along the lines of a Bach 12 We can get a dual bore slide using any of the slide tubes we make in including .485, .500, .508, .525, .547, .562, and .578 bores. Outer slide tubes are available in yellow brass, gold brass, or nickel-silver SOLD This is a stunning Bach Mt Vernon model 36B, traditional wrap F attachment ref.: Huge focused sound! $2100 without case This is a custom Elkhart 88H with original Ed Thayer valve installed. Not for those with thick necks, as the narrow slide will force the valve to bump you� however, we can widen the slide and provide a custom Brassark seamed crook should you choose for an additional $385. Also included is the original rotary valve section. $2275.00 This is a great modern bass trombone with a classic orchestral sound ref.: Somebody in the congregation liked to hear trombones. 7. Maybe temporary trouble with the organ. 8. They give an appropriate mood for the texts, whether there's a tradition of it (making the music seem "archaic") or not

This reduces the volume a little, but still keeps the sound natural. Be aware the using earplugs for all playing will change the sound you produce on your instrument! Brass instruments require very little maintenance, but failure to do the few things that are needed will result in stuck slides, valves, etc, all of which make it hard to play the instrument and cost money to fix! Because of the association with birds and with chemicals, the condition is sometimes referred to as "farmer's lung" or "hot tub lung." Did I mention the horn is in fantastic condition? Anyway, enjoy the pics of this rare holton jazz horn. $650 with case Nothing says style like a 1920's Conn TIS (tuning in the slide) trombone. These TIS horns were all the rage in the dance bands of the 20's and 30's but because they tended to be front heavy, Conn decided to slowly phase out the TIS trombones for the popular bell tuning models , e.g. The natural horn saw limited use as a clarino solo instrument during the late baroque era but came into its own in the classical period with the evolution of handhorn technique, which permitted a fully chromatic range and a wide variety of tonal variation as well. Baroque and earlier classical horns changed their pitch by the addition of crooks and tuning bits to the end of the instrument, whereas later invention horns had a fixed leadpipe and changed pitch by the insertion of crooks into the middle of the tubing ref.:
The Bach 36B trombone features an 8" one-piece hand-hammered yellow brass professional bell that offers a subtle brilliance with a complex color. The .525" medium-large bore combined with the traditional wrap F attachment offers outstanding clarity and balanced response with just the right amount of resistance. The chrome plated nickel silver inner handslide tubes provide the ideal surface for smooth and quick handslide action But other than that, it’s a relatively easy instrument to start with. Taking care of a trombone is slightly more difficult than the other brass instruments , cited: There are loads of options for customizing the sound of the ensembles or solo instruments, it’s simple to adjust parameters to create realistic performances, and the samples themselves are of top notch quality and are extremely versatile." ( Original Sound Version ) "Boasting a highly effective true legato mode for all instruments, the library is technically excellent, with deep programming facilities lurking beneath the bonnet Note: Budget Air/Ground takes a little longer than our other shipping options, but it's a great value if you're not in a rush. • Length of delivery depends on the time required for products to move through your country's customs or import tax system , e.g. This instrument is in lightly used condition with a few small dings and some cosmetic scratches. $4300 without case. REDUCED One of the best deals around, The Getzen 1062FDR is a great playing professional bass trombone for a nice price. These instruments have dependent open wrap rotary valves in Bb/F/D and a dual bore .562"/.578" slide. This one is in nice condition with very minor surface scratches and a few small pings in the bell. $1600 without case Here is a nice example of the Conn 78H from the early 1930s , cited:
Slide grease keeps slides airtight and maintains smooth movement. Vaseline should never be used because it is corrosive to brass. Moving and greasing all slides and bottom caps once a month will help prevent slides and caps from sticking. Valve casings and tuning slide receivers can be cleaned more thoroughly by using a trumpet cleaning rod. Insert a soft cotton cloth through the slot at the end of the cleaning rod This model is like a hybrid cross of the best sounding Bach 42s and the ease and flexibility of the Conn 88H. The horn has a .547" narrow yellow brass slide, 8.5" gold brass bell and open wrap F attachment. Original case and Peter Sullivan signature mouthpiece is included. $1300 SOLD Meinl Weston is known for making some of the best tubas in the world NOTE: Not all trombones with an added valve (or trigger) are bass trombones. Generally, bass trombones will have two valves and a bore size that is larger than the tenor trombone. The larger bore size makes playing in the low register easier and the added valves reduce some of the slide movement required to get from one note to the next ref.: I had a sore throat, lost 60 pounds at a time, had a low-grade fever," he says. "It was a huge hindrance." Doctors thought Bean had asthma, but none of the usual therapies worked. After 15 years, Bean went on vacation for the first time without his trombone — and felt better. He began to wonder if the instrument could be making him sick. A doctor at the University of Connecticut took a culture from inside his horn. "Then he calls me up and says, 'Scott, we know what's in your trombone,'" Bean says epub. The mouthpiece may get stuck in the instrument if, for example, it is tapped in, or the instrument is dropped This one is a good tenor sackbut that is ideal for someone looking to get into the early music scene but not dropping lots of money on the high end replicas. This horn gets a very good sound and is much better than the nearly unplayable Chinese made sackbuts you'll see online for hardly much less Use a mild soap on a clean washrag to remove any accumulated residue. Determine if the instrument has a lacquer finish sprayed over silver plating. If it does, do not use a silver cleaner on it! Use silver cleaning paste or cream only if a silver-plated instrument has no lacquer finish! Interestingly, it's a bit of a mismatch but I think in a good way. The bell section is an early 1950s Mt Vernon while the slide is from a 1940s New York. This gives you the clarity from the thin refined bell of the Mt Vernon and the nice orchestral weight from the New York slide The .562" large bore combined with the traditional wrap F attachment offers outstanding clarity and projection with just the right amount of resistance. The chrome plated nickel silver inner handslide tubes provide the ideal surface for smooth and quick handslide action

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