Symphony No.5, Op.50 (Original version (1926)): Trombone 1,

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Plays and sounds AMAZING! $2900 with hard case. It is the top of their line professional double horn in F/Bb, being comparable to a Conn 8D with regard to quality and size. Similar to the AC550BH except this model (a) has a dual bore slide and (b) includes the ability to tune the second valve to either G or G-flat (for D or E-Flat overall). One of the world’s est student trombones, with a slide that stands up to wear and tear. This one is his medium bore, Quart model which has a .525" slide and a Hagmann F attachment.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)

ISBN: B00UKYL712

This one is from the late 1950s, it's an 800,000 series serial number. The bell has been modified to have a matte finish on the exterior, polished and lacquered inside of the bell flare http://femtalent.cat/library/boris-godunov-introduction-and-polonaise-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-qty-2-each-a-1852. The historical descriptions of the sound of these older, period instruments are few and far between. Can you supply any reference to a work from this early time which gives a description of what these instruments sounded like back then http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/partition-classique-duo-k-487-no-3-w-a-mozart-duo-de-trombones? Don’t rub the paste too harshly into the brass piece. The abrasive salt/baking soda will gently remove the tarnish. Consider using a soft-bristled toothbrush to clean the nooks and hard to reach areas of your brass piece. [14] Consider polishing your brass with commercial cleaners ref.: http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/guglielmo-ratcliff-act-iii-sc-2-intermezzo-radcliffes-dream-trombone-1-part-qty-7-a-5509. The bell engraving is slightly less visible because of the restoration but overall the trumpet is a looker! SOLD For those frugal bass trombonists out there looking for an easy playing and great sounding double plug bass trombone but are cost conscious� look no further. This is the Benge 290, a really fabulous playing bass trombone that gets an undeserved poor reputation ref.: http://heroblasters.com/lib/carmen-trombone-2-part-a-4590. The bell of the trombone has a Salvation Army crest and a serial number. We've checked with the Salvation Army International Heritage Centre who have The information in the factory registers for this instrument as Festival Trombone no. 29733: Silver Plated Gilt, made for export (does not say where to but was certainly New Zealand), dispatched 3 June 1960 , cited: http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/best-of-the-beatles-trombone. That means it has a cross brazed seam (the bell stem is made from sheet brass, the flare is also made from sheet brass and is hammered and brazed. The two are them brazed together creating a X at the bell seam. This is different than most two piece bells which have a flare spun from a disk). I've heard rumors that Bach made a few two piece bells before, but I've never seen one until now� and I wasn't expecting this kind of fabrication http://ordermyroomservice.mylondondoctor.com/lib/chelsea-bridge-6-part-trombone-choir-arrangement-parts-written-in-dual-notation.

Very similar to the tenor trombone but it has a larger width. This trombone includes a very large bell to get a deep and smooth tone. This trombone is the most commonly used and most preferred trombone for all players of this instrument. It produces a smoother and high sound then the bass and contrabass. This trombone is pitched an octave higher than the tenor , e.g. http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/don-carlos-act-iii-ballet-de-la-reine-trombone-3-part-qty-2-a-9187. E.) Olds also started off as a trombonist who got obsessed with improving his beloved instrument, believing he could upgrade the bell and make the slide more responsive and flexible. Tinkering in his private workshop, he produced the finest trombone ever made in 1908, which received worldwide accolades, and led to the founding of his esteemed trombone company online. Wipe off old lubricant before re-applying. Always lock the slide when not playing the trombone. The locked position should prevent you from moving the other slide. Young players should use slide oil at least once a week epub.
Buy one today in your choice of Or... more info The NEW Jiggs Whigham pBone brings a fun and intriguing twist to the traditional trombone download. I do ship and offer a one week trial period. $5400 SOLD This is a good quality intermediate tenor trombone with F attachment http://femtalent.cat/library/fatinitza-overture-trombone-2-part-qty-7-a-5290. The contrabass trombone is usually pitched in 12' F a perfect fourth lower than the modern tenor or bass trombone and has been through a number of changes in its history. Its first incarnation during the Renaissance was in 18' B♭ as the "Octav-posaune". During this period it was built as an oversized bass trombone with a long slide and extension handle to reach the lower positions. The innovation of the double slide took place towards the end of this period and was applied to the bass and contrabass trombones , source: http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/partition-classique-hymne-a-la-joie-l-van-beethoven-trio-de-trombones. Here is Paul Plunkett, professor of trumpet at the Conservatorium of Winterthur, playing the Prince of Denmark March on a baroque trumpet in D, whose harmonic series we see here, followed by the first two bars of the march. The Prince of Denmark March, played by Paul Plunkett on baroque trumpet , cited: http://passthebatonevents.com/ebooks/4-lieder-op-27-caecilie-no-2-for-voice-and-orchestra-e-flat-major-trombone-1-2-and-3. It's a nice playing straight trombone for someone looking for one on a budget. With case, SOLD This Blessing trombone has similar specs to the famous Conn 78H, 8" yellow brass bell and .525" slide. While not the top notch quality of a Conn trombone, this instrument is certainly a fine inexpensive trombone in a somewhat hard to find spec range. $600 with case Here's a rare opportunity, own a piece of handcrafted artwork by famous poet/trombonist/artist/penmaker DJ Kennedy of Chester Hills, IL http://nickgrantham.com/freebooks/promenade-bydlo. This design is based on the Alexander bass trumpet but with much improved intonation http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/lamico-fritz-prelude-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-qty-2-each-a-4869. This page explains the different types of trombones. There are many different types of trombones that are used in a band. This is the lowest trombone of all trombones. It can reach the same pitched notes as the tuba. Very similar to the tenor trombone but it has a larger width http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/hymns-for-brass-trio-book-ii-2-trumpets-and-trombone.
A rare model made by Reyolds in Cleveland, Ohio. This is the model 48 Reynolds Argenta, a medium bore trombone made from solid nickel silver. Argenta trombones were made into the 1970s, this is an earlier and more desirable model. It is in good condition with not a lot of wear. The is some wear on the inner slide tubes. It's a medium bore .520" slide with 8.5" bell http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/donnybrook-trombone-quartets-with-score. Sold Original condition Bach model 42 Mt Vernon. Circa early 1960s and made in Mt Vernon, New York. 6xxx serial number. Lightweight nickel slide, yellow brass bell with french bead rim. A few small dings in the bell which can be rolled out of left, up to the buyer. Price TBD Here's a really nice vintage 2B from Cleveland production. In good shape and a good player with a brilliant and clear sound , source: http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/symphony-no-2-op-12-trombone-1-part-qty-2-a-3554. Because of this, the B two ledger lines below the bass staff is impossible to play unless the attachment is tuned down to E, or the embouchure is loosened download. The tuning in the slide mechanism is one I haven't seen on many Williams horns before. It is a wing nut that tightens the over sleeves, which hold the slide in place. The beautiful cast arrowhead counterweight is epic. This horn also has the famous curved handgrip that Williams is known for download. The trombone is totally stock and has no dents, very very minor wear on the contact points and perfect inner slide tubes. The bell is solid sterling silver with gold plate inside the flare. The slide is nickel silver with a yellow brass crook. The original king counterweight is intact (and looks to be gold plated). It's rare to find these instruments in this kind of condition http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/symphony-no-3-op-33-trombone-3-part-a-5826. Surprisingly, the case works quite well... just don't get it wet. $3000 SALE, ON TRIAL Here's a Bach 42 professional large bore tenor trombone with a Rene Hagmann valve. The Hagmann valve is a specialty valve fabricated in Switzerland and for this particular trombone, installed at the Bach factory http://go-science.ru/?lib/musiques-de-plein-air-op-44-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-a-7620. So, why don't I keep this one for myself, you ask... well I would, but I have a rare red brass 78H from the 20s already and this horn should be out making music being played by a killer player. $1800 with original case SOLD Egger makes of the best playing bass sackbut models in the world http://fredyutama.com/ebooks/attila-prelude-trombone-1-part-qty-7-a-8409. The Shires trubore valve offers trombonists a fully straight passage through the valve on the open side of the instrument and gentle turns on the F side, giving an even blow and consistent color regards of where you are on the instrument. This tenor valve section is in great lightly used condition. $1500 SOLD Very nice playing Bach model 42T with original Thayer valve , cited: http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/piano-concerto-op-30-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-a-1931. It's in great condition with a little bit of wear, the slide is in excellent condition and the trigger is an amazing example of a TruBore valve section , cited: http://ballard73.com/?freebooks/partition-classique-duo-k-487-no-3-w-a-mozart-duo-de-trombones. Meinl and Leuchter but it is a solid instrument that would be good for players on a budget looking to get into a historic alto. With the right mouthpiece, I think it would work very well ref.: http://istarestudi.com/?books/le-comte-ory-trombone-1-2-and-3-parts-a-4605. All our instruments are subject to a rigorous and thorough test and 'set-up' prior to sale. This high standard of instrument care has been set over 40 years of experience and ensures all instruments perform to their maximum potential , source: http://climadefesta.com/?books/arban-st-jacome-method-for-trombone-baritone-b-c.

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