Symphony No.2 in C minor, WAB 102 (2nd version, 1876 [made

Format: Paperback


Format: PDF / Kindle / ePub

Size: 12.35 MB

Downloadable formats: PDF

This euphonium is in like new condition and has the original case. $800 REDUCED The Stomvi Master Bb piccolo trumpet is the top of the line professional piccolo from Stomvi Brass in Spain. They also give an entirely different colouring to the concluding chorales. > Has anyone recorded Bach's copy/version of the Palestrina Mass? This is a BAT (Big Ass Tuba) and it is a glorious one to behold. The article reminded me to use a magnet to see if they were brass.

Pages: 0

Publisher: E.F.Kalmus (1933)


This would be a great instrument for a s... more info This used Conn 88H trombone is in good playing condition. It's one of the best trombones for the price, but has seen better days (cosmetically), tuning slide is in need of work - but plays very well as is and would be hard to justify getting th... more info This Jupiter JSL-740 bass trombone has just arrived at our Ormond store in excellent condition Choosing among them seems a lot more satisfying than auditioning horns that are all supposed to be the same, which you might do at a factory showroom of some larger manufacturers download. Antoine Courtois AC550BHR Bass Trombone Outfit: Key of Bb/F/Gb/D. 0.562" bore We recommend reading questions before you make any purchases. Grotenhuis, Dale, "Hymns for Three Trombones: Trombone Trio and Organ" (2013). Just when you learned a few chords on the guitar or piano and thought they were the coolest musical instruments ever, we came up with this list that would just blow you away online. Inner slide tubes are perfect and the action is great. This is an N series serial number, which dates the horn to 1970. There are some minor mute dings in the bell flare (it is quite thin and responsive, thus prone to mute dings, which are present in the bell flare). A custom tuning slide brass guard has been added also (minick?) which I have seen on some Minick trombones, but cannot confirm that he installed this piece , cited: Here's a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a special bass trumpet. $4200 sold One of the most desirable German made romantic trombones, this is a Robert Schopper instrument, made around 1910 in Leipzig This trombone plays and slots easily with a full orchestral sound. The upper register is solid and intonation is excellent. The slide action is very good with no wear on the inner tubes

This one is inline, red brass bell, nickel crook online. The theological meaning of the trombone as a symbol of divine presence, as the voice of the angels and as an instrument of the last judgment is thereby underscored.' [Notes by Ulrich Dieckmann] The latter also writes generally about trombones: "Originally one of the main tasks of the 17th -century trombone was to accompany vocal music online. Unless otherwise noted, we will use this system for both orchestra and band works (in most band scores, Trumpet precedes Horn, and sometimes Oboe & Bassoon follow Clarinet) Trumpets, trombones, tubas, high brass, low brass – we can do it all This instrument was Jim Miller's trombone from the LA Philharmonic and he used it for many years in the orchestra as well as recorded his album on it The horn also has a beautiful deco engraving on the bell. 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
These are much sturdier and able to take large heavy books. Some do collapse to some extent and they are generally preferred to the collapsible type for playing from. When buying look for quality: the threads on the securing bolts can get stripped on some of the cheaper stands Some harmonics are 'out of tune', meaning that they don't lie close to notes on the familiar, equal-tempered scale. Note the symbol for half sharp: the seventh and eleventh harmonics lie roughly midway between adjacent notes on the piano. The highest resonances are weak and easy to bend A practice mute may be useful if a student lives in an apartment download. Professional bass trombone (0.562") with dual independent (inline) Infinity Axial Flow valves. Attachments are tuned to F and Gb and are open wrap in design. Features include a large 10.5 inch one-piece hand-hammered yellow brass bell, brass outer slide tubes, seamless chrome-plated nickel silver inner slide tubes, nickel silver slide handgrips, tubular nickel silver body braces, Bach 1.5G mouthpiece (can be swapped for any in-stock Bach mouthpiece of similar cost at no additional charge) and a.. If you look closely, you can even see the gliss at the end of the engraving. I don't have any date on this horn but it looks pretty old. If someone has some info on this let me know. This horn was given to me by my good buddy Roger Janssen. This alto trombone is a new model from Thein which is based on a pre-WW1 Kruspe that they have restored and carefully updated, but kept the beautiful visual and sonic features of the original, and it plays every bit as good as it looks , e.g. The set of numbers after the dash represent the Brass. Percussion is abbreviated following the brass. Strings are represented with a series of five digits representing the quantity of each part (first violin, second violin, viola, cello, bass) ref.: This is an original Earl horn made in the late 1960s. It is in most excellent condition and is ready to be put to work , source:
This Shires trombone was just brought into our Ormond store for sale. 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 ref.: Bell is of a more recent vintage, but a nice focused sound. 9.5" one piece yellow brass flare. Price is $1700 with case Wow� this one is a special horn. The vintage Holton basses are instruments of legend , source: LIMITATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND EXCLUSION OF DAMAGES: Any implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose shall be limited in duration to the applicable period of time set forth above , source: Andy Taylor is a co-founder of Rose City Trombones and a bass trombonist To purchase: Log In, Select (check) a box, "Check Out", and then "Complete Order". Clifford has performed in a variety of musical groups through the years, and currently plays bass trombone with the Oswego City Band, the Skaneateles Brass, the Do Good Swing Band and the Syracuse University Brass Ensemble. A native of Pittsburgh, he moved to central New York in 1997 from Portland, Oregon. Clifford is a management accountant at the Interface Solutions Inc. plant in Fulton and lives in Syracuse with his wife and family Includes the original giant Bach case or your choice of a used Bam France gig bag. $2300 SOLD The Conn 70H tuning in the slide bass trombone is one of the most legendary bass trombones ever produced , source: Austrian maker (Melk, Austria) with a fantastic intermediate series developed with Australian legend, James Morrison, in both lacquer and silver plate. Schagerl trombones are distinctive, powerful, and have become the standard of sound many ensembles desire from big band, to symphony orchestra. Their warm radiating sound and excellent intonation help musicians connect with audiences, thus making Schagerl trombones a great performance asset download. In what year new Nazareth was equipped with a trombone-choir, this deponent knoweth not. For Hope, in New Jersey, there was imported a set of sackbuts, in 1789. Thus far, then, we have fixed the introduction of four sets of these sonorous instruments of sacred music. When the Bethlehem congregation was furnished with a second set of trombones, we have not yet learned, certainly, however, prior to the year 1793; for on the 2d of December, 1792, when intelligence reached Bethlehem that Bishop Spangenberg had departed this life at Berthelsdorf, on the 18th of September last, the death of the venerable father was announced from the flat-roof of the Single Brethren's House, by two quartettes of trombonists , cited: Somewhere along the line, someone put that awful orange lacquer on it so you can't see all the beautiful nickel trim, I'd recommend stripping that of ASAP. Overall in good shape, one nasty dent in the end of the slide crook which can be repaired, but would need to take the crook off to get at it My understanding is that the model ii designation means it has a different neck pipe than the standard model 12. Includes SKB case. $2400 Here's a great playing bass trombone from Edwards Custom Trombones, made in Wisconsin. This is a rare model with dependent rotary valves in Bb/F/D. It is currently set up with a 1033R red brass bell, and dual bore .562/.578 slide

Rated 4.4/5
based on 2305 customer reviews