Scales and Arpeggios for Trombone, Bass Trombone, Baritone

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All bells are available in yellow, gold or red brass and there are many weight options to match your sound concept and your equipment. Because of the bright quality of its sound, the trombone is used in combination with the cornets for a brilliant sound, or in contrast to the mellow instruments. This one has had a few modifications notably the new improved bell ferrule that connects the bell tail to the valve casing.

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Publisher: Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (1748)

ISBN: B01K16IGUI

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