Debussy's Clair de Lune for Trombone & Piano by Jonathon

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Thus, this string quartet is for 2 Violas and 2 Cellos, rather than the usual 2110. Specifically designed to replicate pristine audio the KRK-V series are a testament to KRK's repuation for ultra high... Instrument is in good condition apart from minor wear at contact points and minor dings throughout bell flare. Can you supply any reference to a work from this early time which gives a description of what these instruments sounded like back then? There are a range of greases suitable for trumpet and cornet slides on the market.

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The tone is compact, brilliant and free from thinness, commonly termed “nasal twang.” The Model 4 has been especially designed for players with a delicate embouchure to enable them to play the entire register, particularly the high notes, with the utmost ease ref.: In addition to Leopold Mozart and Wagenseil, Michael Haydn 's Serenande in D (1764) with its extended range, trills, technique, and endurance demands contributes to this idea that there was perhaps a golden age of the alto trombone between 1756-1780 and was this piece was also most likely written for Thomas Gschladt , cited: Price reflects condition. $250 with case (in rough shape) SALE PENDING Professional double horn from Hans Hoyer, this is the model 6802 in nickel silver. This line was developed with input from Myron Bloom and Vince DeRosa He was named a finalist in the 2012 National Solo Competition (bass trombone, Division I) and the International Trombone Association's George Roberts Bass Trombone Competition, held in Paris France in July, 2012 epub. This is an early compensating euphonium from Boosey and Company (before they became Boosey and Hawkes) Now we can play the normal harmonic series (see standing waves to revise about harmonics), including the notes used for bugle calls. The bell also works in the other direction. The bell has another interesting effect: the pressure of waves coming from outside the instrument can be considerably increased as they enter the instrument through the bell. A practical consequence is that timpani strokes can disrupt playing if the horns are seated too close to the timpani

Whenever this occurs, we will separate the first four digits with commas for clarity , source: Beni, Switzerland It goes without saying that I am happy camper. Thank you for your knowledge, and willingness to share it. I know which side my bread is buttered on, and rest assured I will seek your out for further trombone needs, Don Good Doug, The trombone is fantastic. (Bach 42B 1970's) It plays wonderfully and sounds great. haven't been able to put it down since it came , e.g.! A beautiful vintage Bach Mt Vernon model 12 trombone from the early 1960s with original case. This trombone is in great shape with the only blem being some wear on the neck pipe from use. It has a gorgeous bell that has never had any repairs done to it. Original case is in great shape too. $1700 SOLD Here is a workhorse model 6vii trombone made in the Bronx, NY Bach factory. It has some dings and wear but has many years of life left in it , cited:
The trombone already had a slide in the 15th century, and is thus the oldest brass instrument capable of playing the full chromatic range. Called the 'trombona' by Bach, it was one of the traditional members of the 'Stadtpfeifer' ensemble, and as such was used to sound forth from towers as well as in church music. The Leipzig musicians usually had access to municipal instruments kept in the town hall tower pdf. However, it is much more difficult to notice the presence of harmonics if you look at the waveform: for this reason, an oscilloscope is only of limited use Tuning system developed with the assistance of Paul Pollard (Metropolitan Opera Orchestra) The brass contains typically 80% copper and 20% Zinc, but some other varieties contain more copper… and less zinc. most commonly, trombones are made of brass, but can also be made of silver, gold, wood, nickel, glass, and even plastic , cited:! Most super olds are .485"/.500" dual bores. They also feature the nickel silver tone ring, which is a striking visual feature of this model This thing theoretically can go so low that no one could ever hear it. I would love to get my hands on it to play sometime. And if you think you have one, you`re wrong. These things would cost more than all the instruments in a band put together ref.: It looks like it has barely been touched, the slide is like new All in all, a really great playing old school bass trombone. $1350 SOLD This one is a project we did here at The Brass Ark. Mated a nice playing vintage 1960s Conn 60H tuning in the slide bass trombone with a pair of inline Greenhoe valves. The result� yes, an ridiculous playing inline "Elkhart Conn 62H" Overall, this thing is badass , e.g. Although these instruments are "entry level" in the Getzen line, they are truly more than just "student" instruments. The 300 Series feature nickel-silver mouthpipes that prevent corrosion, nickel-silver inside slide tubes to prevent stuck tuning l\slides, and fast nickel plated valves with a lifetime guaranty , e.g.
The difference between closed and open pipes is explained in Open vs closed pipes, which has more explanation of the animation below. The shape of the pipe varies widely among instruments. For the modern instruments, there is a section of tubing with constant diameter (this includes the slide of the trombone and the section containing the valves of other instruments). On the upstream end is a mouthpiece, which has a little cup-shaped section and a constriction , source: The slide is similar to the slide tuning on a trumpet but functions on a much grander scale. Jent’s offers brands of trombones for all skill levels including: The trumpet is center piece of any good jazz band or classical orchestra. With rich, jazzy melodies to piercing fanfares, trumpets express a bountiful and beautiful sound that declares them as the star of the show. Similarly, the cornet is another similar instrument , source: So whether you're looking to sell your instrument, or you just wish to give it an overhaul, refinishing its surface will help it tremendously. With just a few simple items in hand, you can make your instrument shine like when you first bought it. Extra fine steel wool No. 000 Remove your old coating (or what's left of it) with an extra fine steel wool, No. 000 ref.: The lowest note of the standard instrument is therefore an E natural — a tritone below B♭. Most experienced trombonists can play lower " falset " notes and much lower pedal notes (first partials or fundamentals, which have a peculiar metallic rumbling sound). Slide positions are subject to adjustment, compensating for imperfections in the tuning of different harmonics The horn sounds like it looks, warm with a lot of focus and color. The original King "screw" counterweight is included. Comes with a case, $1100 Nice playing euphonium from King. This is the model 2280, a 4 valve non compensating euphonium with an 11" bell flare, top action valves. This is technically an intermediate instrument, but is quite a good player While a Chemical Engineering student at the University of California at Santa Barbara Sam played in the orchestra, as well as the concert, jazz ensemble and basketball bands. He moved to Portland for a job in high tech. Since then he has played in Oregon Symphonic Band, Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra, NoPo Big Band, musicals (including Wonderful Town and Guys and Dolls), One More Time Around Marching Band, & Festival Brass It is a decent copy of the model 39 alto from Bach. This is a good instrument for someone looking to learn alto, pick it up as a hobby or looking for an inexpensive decent instrument. I think these are a step above the ubiquitous Jinbao altos on ebay. $425 with case The buyer has some options: A very good repairman could fill these cracks with solder to repair the original tube. This instrument includes a new set of inner tubes, which could be installed by a good repairman. The original case and lyre are included! $1900 REDUCED I am super excited to be able to offer this instrument for sale. It is a rare model Weschke Kruspe trombone from the early 1900s, pre WWI, and it is in excellent playing and collectible condition!

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