Stabat Mater, Op.58 (Original edition (Simrock)): Trombone

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Use a soft cloth to slather your brass piece with ketchup. Tuning in the slide trombones offer a unique response and sound quality due to the fully conical back bow bend. The first level polishing has a raw metal look without much sheen, this and the next step should correct that. It is a very accurate copy, made completely with the traditional technique. Bach only presented the one solo cantata in the first cycle and none in the second. This is the high end model contrabass trombone.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)

ISBN: B00UKZCZSA

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