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Concert and Contest Collection - Trombone - Accompaniment CD (Trombone)

H. Voxman
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The Concert and Contest Collection Accompaniment CD

Full-performance and accompaniment only recordings for this top-rated collection of solo literature. Each book offers a superb variety of solos customized for that instrument, and most state solo/ensemble contest lists include several solos from this collection. (Solo part and piano accompaniment sold separately.) Features include:

• High quality studio recordings by professional soloists

• Accompaniment only tracks for student practice

• Tempo adjustment software (most titles) allowing students to learn at their own pace

Song List:

  • Allegro Vivace Con-Rim.korsako
  • Apres Un Reve Faure Gabriel
  • Canzonetta Mozart
  • Concerto In F Minor Lauga
  • Concerto Miniature Ostransky
  • Crepuscule Pares
  • Love Thoughts Pryor
  • Morceau De Concours Missa
  • Prelude Fanfaronade Koepke
  • Sarabande Vivace Handel
  • Solo De Concert Dubois
  • Theme De Concours Clerisse
  • Two Spanish Dances Ostransky
  • Valse Sentimentale Tchaikovsky

Additional Information:

Publisher: Rubank Publications (Hal Leonard)
Catalogue Number: 04002521
Northwest Product Number: 112-0322-24-003

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