GYMNOPODIE 1 - 6 Part Trombone Choir Arrangement (Parts

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The original case is included in stunning condition, just like the instrument. The horn is overall in good vintage condition. Special Note: Gladiator was produced from 1940-1953. Christopher received his Bachelor of Music degree from Illinois Wesleyan University where he studied with Dr. I tried skipping steps at first but really you need all of them to be successful. Doch dies war prinzipiell nur dann möglich, wenn er auf komplexere Führung der >kritischen< Instrumentalstimmen verzichtet hatte, denn nur dann bestand Aussicht, daß ihr Spiel in einer anderen Stimmton-Relation keine Probleme bereitete (wie erwähnt: nicht jeder Blasinstrumentenpart läßt sich problemlos auch einen Ton höher oder tiefer greifen).

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Publisher: adiosmusic.com (January 1, 2000)

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