Simon Boccanegra (Prologo, Aria: Il lacerato spirito

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This one includes the original coffin case. Bradley Lehman wrote (January 27, 2005): < I have a CD before me now "German Music for Trombones" played by the Triton Trombone Quartet [BIS CD-644] (...) This is a great CD to have. This is not an alto for the faint of heart, as it will also bite you the second you lose your focus or alter your embouchure in any way. We are proud to sell the 700 Series and if you want a tremendous value in a professional instruments, don't look any further.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)


REDUCED $650 Very rare French made "classical style" tenor trombone. Small bore and bell flare, similar to the German made classical tenor trombones from the late 1700s, early 1800s. With a proper period mouthpiece, this instrument would work well for the classical repertoire of Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn and Handel. Inner tubes are original, overall in very good condition. $700 This is a rare orchestra tenor trombone made by Conn in the 1920s , cited: I have a CD before me now "German Music for Trombones" played by the Triton Trombone Quartet [BIS CD-644] which includes notes for the following pieces contained therein: Heinrich Schütz (1450-1517) Fili mi, Absalon The composition by Schütz, mentioned in the Grove Music Online article that I quoted from yesterday as giving evidence of a 'superb example' of how the symbolic association with death came about, is here treated only in terms of the text: there is a reference to the creation of an atmosphere of dark solemnity and that the composition is a dramatic lament of King David for his son Absalom , e.g. This particular instrument has been well treated and recently had the valve rebuilt by Osmun Music. This process involves replating and lapping the rotary until it has 100% seal again (shown in the photo that the core has been nickel plated). $1700 with case. SALE PENDING This is an unusual 6H and one that I'm sure you will find interesting. It's an early 1950s vintage, deco engraving on the bell (the best 6Hs) and has all brass trim ref.: Intonation is stable for the most part on the model 551, with variations on the expected notes and nothing that can't be over come with lipping or alternate fingerings. I found the F below the bass clef staff was slightly unsettled and I needed to really think about the note to get it to center ref.:

There are many methods that work, but this is what our repair team has found to be the best It is currently set up to take wing nut style bell bracing and has a Conn tuning slide receiver. It’s in great shape and has a unique patina on it from being in storage in Byron’s garage. $400 SOLD King 2B Jiggs Whigham trombone, used in good condition. The bell is lightweight and the slide is lightweight and moving fast with no hang-ups, making the horn nimble through all of the registers , cited: I've recently had this horn restored by my repairman and friend, Brad Close. Cosmetically, you will notice the horn has a lot of patches. I could have had these braces replaced with new ones... but you know what, that's what makes this horn what it is... something special and unique with lots of character
Playing the F is sixth position is really useful when you have to go from F to C constantly, because they share the same position in the right octave Also fascinating is the way Beethoven delays the entry of the trombones until the "Pater Omnipotens" in the Gloria of the Missa Solemnis. I think this tension between doubling and independent parts really starts with Bach. < We really don't see a modern use of trombones until Mozart's revolutionary "Mass in C Minor" where the trombones move in and out of colla parte and independent parts. > Were these really written by Mozart or by someone else completing the orchestration? < Were these really written by Mozart or by someone else completing the orchestration? > < Were these really written by Mozart or by someone else completing the orchestration? > You may be thinking of the Requiem which was completed by Süssmayr after Mozart's death in 1791 , cited: The soprano trombone is basically a slide trumpet. It is tuned one octave higher than the standard tenor trombone , e.g. Serial No.9X, A real interesting and fine playing tenor trombone, endorsed by the famous brass quintet from which it gets its brand name. Very good original condition, excellent valve and slide action The slide is the second slide built for this horn, as the original one was worn out from use I'm not sure of the vintage, but it was from the batch of parts that Larry acquired from Conn. Price is $2900 REDUCED Beautiful vintage french horn in Bb/high F double descant horn from Alexander , cited: We get new batches of stock arrive from factory every couple months so you should contact us to find out when next with item you require will be arriving. It could be next week, or not for 3 months? If we order items to special order, delivery will be 3-7 months depending on order cycle. improve and develop our range, so Customer are very welcome to visit our showroom, but please make appointment first to ensure we are open and have the instrument/s you wish to try , e.g.
Thanks for all your help it’s been a real easy hassle free trip and I will certainly recommend you to others. Just wanted to drop you a note thanking you for the Geneva cornet – it is fabulous and my son is delighted. He played it today for the first time in his school lesson and everyone wanted to have a go. Thanks for your help getting this to me in.. download. Here's a nice single valve Bach 50B, ready to be played as is or modified with your favorite valve section (I highly recommend the new progressive bore hangman valves!). In great shape and a nice sounding instrument. Bell is of a more recent vintage, but a nice focused sound. 9.5" one piece yellow brass flare We recommend that you contact your local customs or import office for further information. Online home of the Cincinnati Brass Band, Cincinnati, Ohio USA LISTEN TO AND SEE THE BAND BY Clicking here! The Cincinnati Brass Band performs approximately 15 concerts per year , source: Helps students make a smooth transition to a larger symphonic trombone. Provides larger sound needed in concert band & orchestra while allowing for.. It uses much of the same designs and tapers of the 70H but features bell tuning instead of in slide tuning ref.: Rating is available when the video has been rented. The JP range of trombones features a wide range of Bb tenor, Bb/F tenor bass and Eb alto models. With a variety of bore sizes available and instrument at all playing levels, our range enables players to easily choose the instrument best suited for them ref.: It's not the cleanest I've ever seen, but shows no signs of serious damage or wear. Slide action is good and the horn blows well. These are great all around instruments for trombonists looking for a horn that can do both commercial and orchestral work and has a F attachment. The 79H works great for pit work as well. $1400 with original case Sold This is a Mt Vernon 50B single valve bass trombone, stamped as an Elkhart The valve needs some attention with the uncomfortable "leather thong" linkage doesn't always work as planned , e.g. More details on our yidaki (didjeridu) site. Adding (only) a mouthpiece makes relatively minor changes: it can reduce the amount of the lips that move, and it allows the pressure outside the lips to be a little different from atmospheric. We'll discuss mouthpieces in detail later, but for now here is a sketch of the lips and a horn mouthpiece. Many players position the mouthpiece asymmetrically, so that it covers more of the upper lip than the lower lip, as is shown here Instruments shown in parenthesis are optional and may be omitted. The Beethoven example is typical of much Classical and early Romantic fare. In this case, the winds are all doubled (2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets and 2 bassoons), and there are two each horns and trumpets

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