Violin Concerto, Op.33: Trombone 3 part (Qty 2) [A8055]

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The bore is usually around .450′′ and the bell is the size of a trumpet bell, and the slide often only have six positions. These are cool horns and this one is in very good original condition with the case. $600 Four valved non compensating euphonium with removable bell. This horn has a one piece beryllium Minick bell, custom Minick open wrap valve, Elkhart 88H slide with removable leadpipe and straight neck pipe. It appears that Grinnell Brothers was a Detroit music store chain known for making good upright pianos - in the mid-1970s most of the practice room pianos were Grinnells at Michigan State University.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)

ISBN: B00UJ1U9V0

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