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Solos For Trombone (Trombone)

Tartini,Tchaikovsky, Toselli, Vivaldi, Martin, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy Etc
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$33.95

Description:

A massive collection of material for concert and study, this Alan Raph devised collection includes many titles that are on the New York State and Texas required Music Lists. It will take the young trombonist from grade two materials to grade five level performance pieces. Raph has culled the solo literature to identify pieces by the masters from Arne, Bach, Corelli, Telemann and Mozart to Brahms, Rachmaninoff, Debussy and Glière that can be adapted for Trombone, and the result is a collection that will fill a definite need. Familiar titles include: Bist du bei mir (J.S. Bach), Waltz (Brahms), Sicilienne (Fauré), Solvejg's Song (Grieg), Liebestraum (Lizst), Traumerei (Schumann) and two classic Arthur Pryor solos originally written for Trombone: Thoughts Of Love and Fantastic Polka. (Trombone and Piano - 144pp., Trombone solo part 56pp.)

Additional Information:

Publisher: Carl Fischer LLC
Catalogue Number: ATF132
Northwest Product Number: 112-1918-24-001

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