Duo Album for 2 Trombones

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This instrument is in very good playing condition, some minor wear to the original inner slide tubes and a small patch on the slide crook. The abundant references to trombones being combined with shawms and trumpets for fanfares and other loud outdoor music suggest that they were often heard in this mode. [I found evidence elsewhere - not what is indicated in the Medici reference below - that trombones were used for a royal wedding ceremony - no notion of death here.] Mersenne commented that this type of trombone playing was 'deemed vicious and unsuitable for concerts', but (although his utterances are not without ambiguity in this respect) he had probably heard instruments played in this way.

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