Missa solemnis in C major, K.337: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts

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Similar design to the famous Glassl alto trombones but improved with better intonation, full slide positions and much better quality. Usually notes speak more resonant, intonation slots better, a warmer and more vocal sound is easily achieved and they look really cool! Real life sounds will be captured by the homegrown Hull sound artist Jez Riley French and... One of the best reviewed (and the practice mute I use) is the Trumcor Lyric Stealth available from the Trumcor online shop.

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Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)


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