Symphony No.1, Op.55: Trombone 1 part [A5042]

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Gives a very balanced and open blow with a brilliant tone color. This type of trombone is typically built with a larger bore size (0.525 or 0.547 inches (13.3 or 13.9 mm)) and is known as a B♭/F trombone, F-attachment trombone, or trigger trombone. [5] Trombones without this feature have become known as straight trombones. Two bent sections connecting three straight tubes can result either in an S-shaped instrument, or with more stability, a loop.
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Du wahrer Gott und Davids Sohn, BWV 23: Trombone 1, 2 and 3

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The 8710 is the Japanese only model and has some unique features not offered on the American models. Spicy arrangement of a favorite hymn tune for brass quintet. We carry method books, studies and etudes for your private lesson and home practice sessions. The sound of the bugle, essentially a valve-less trumpet, carries as few other instruments do. Extremely versatile, trombones are commonly used in a variety of ensembles including orchestras, marching bands, and even in rock bands.
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Benvenuto Cellini, H 76 (Act II): Trombone 2 part [A4012]

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Most modern bass trombones have one or more valves (sometimes called “triggers”). It is currently set up with a 1033R red brass bell, and dual bore .562/.578 slide. The trombone is even and predictable throughout, the F attachment is free blowing with little color change. The disk base allows for a stable platform that won't tip over. Can you supply any reference to a work from this early time which gives a description of what these instruments sounded like back then? > Why guess?
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W61TBG - Tradition of Excellence Book 1 - Trombone T.C.

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The cost of a trombone is going to really depend on the condition, the brand and the type of trombone you are looking to purchase. I’ve heard musicians say they are going to add “brass” to a tune when they really mean a horn section, consisting of brass and woodwind players. Original hard-shell case included, still in good order. The trombone is a brass instrument that uses a slide to change its pitch. The leadpipe has been made removable with a press in fit.
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Manon: Trombone 2 part [A4015]

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That makes this horn very rare, but in addition to being very rare, it also plays freakin' amazing! Virginia (Ginger) Dudgeon retired from SUNY Cortland, where she was a member of the Childhood/ Early Childhood Education department. It's been used around the world, on many stages and many concerts. No-Risk Upgrades: If you buy any a la carte instrument or bundle, you can upgrade to larger bundles for the difference in price.
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Trombone Concerto

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Originally scored for 8-part mixed choir organ and 3 trombones, here transcribed for 10 trombones in two choirs (TTTB-TTTTTB). With case. $850 Back in the day� Vincent Bach was making some of the finest trumpets ever built in his New York factory in the Bronx. There is a little tiny bit of wear on the inner tubes and a few cosmetic scratches but overall a very clean and good playing example. The Slokar model sackbutts have been rewrapped so that the slide positions have the same location relative to the bell as on a modern trombone.
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Symphony No.3, Op.97: Trombone 2 part (Qty 2) [A2019]

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The range is identical to that of the baritone horn. Professional bass trombone (0.562") with dual independent (inline) Hagmann "Free-Flow" valves tuned to F and Gb. This trombone in particular stands out as quite a fine playing example of a 2B. Fascinating to think that the master of modernity may have heard echoes of Bach in performance. [To Douglas Cowling, regarding Bach & Wagner] The opening chorale to Meistersingers is often cited as the most Bachian moment in Wagner; to this day his house in Bayreuth has a large portrait of Bach (nearly all others I recall are of Wagner himself!) and we know that Bach was frequently played on the piano there.
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Les contes d'Hoffmann (Duet: C'est une chanson d'amour (Act

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Restored vintage Josef Lidl rotary flugelhorn from the most desirable production years. The explanation above is highly simplified. A two piece thin walled 9.5" yellow brass bell and .562" bore handslide are the specs on this model. Price is $3600 for this unique bass trombone. On Trial Like new condition Eb alto trombone made by K&H in Germany. Open wrap F & Gb attachments. 9.5" yellow brass bell. David Willcocks used (modern) trombones for the B Mi Mass ( BWV 232 ) a few times in the 1970s in the Albert Hall and in the RFH and these performances were quite stunning.
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Die Ideale, S.106: Trombone 1, 2 and 3 parts [A6638]

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Antoine Courtois AC551BHR Bass Trombone Outfit. The valves, however, had inherent idiosyncrasies in pitch so could not compete with the infinitely variable pitch of the slide which could be played in perfect tune, Thus, the early valve trombone was not popular until more acoustical knowledge was developed to place valve instruments more nearly in pitch with themselves. It has a quick response, balanced sound and warm color. SOLD Stunning German made contrabass trombone in F, fabricated by the Thein Brothers in the 1990s.
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10 Woodland Sketches, Op.51 (Selections (Nos.1–5) – for

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The clear lacquer finish adds a subtle warmth to the sound overall. This one is an N series from 1970 and is in very good condition. I will have Brad Close perform a slide tune up before shipping. Hope you get to try them too. www.thevictorianhouseproducts.com I put on a pic of an antique buffet.

as with polishing/refinishing anything, the trick is to proceed from the coarse/aggressive to the fine. first, as you have pointed out, if the piece is 'coated', that has to be removed. this coating is properly referred to as lacquer, ('cause that's what it is.) unfortunately, in my experience, the only thing that will reliably remove it is stripper. and not the 'citrus' 'environmentally friendly', stripper either. nope, the nasty stuff that burns when you splash it on your skin. the kind with methylene chloride. foul stuff, but, if you want to get the job done... most of the rest of your advice is pretty good. however, i notice in your picture that you didn't polish the dog covers, and the finials that hold them on. they're supposed to shine too, and they ain't easy. the material you're dealing with here isn't metal tarnish, it's creosote. it comes out of the wood (it's not soot, it's a hydrocarbon chemical. it's also produced industrially and used to waterproof utility poles.) more creosote comes out of softwoods than hardwoods, so if the previous owners burned a lot of pine, it's going to be worse. here's where the aggressive part comes in. i've had the most success with 3m pads and a cleanser called barkeepers friend. this will clean them, but you won't have a high shine. you bring this back with progressively finer steel wool and polish. the best commercially available product for a mirror finish, imho, is maas metal polish. it seems expensive at first, but a little does go a long way.

I skipped the dog covers ( at the little finials at the end of them ) partly because they are difficult, partly because they are so close to the fire that they do not stay polished for long.

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