A great educational tool that includes French-style thematic material that will intrigue both players and audiences. A solo favorite year after year!
This systemized set of work sheets for supplementing any elementary class or private method is designed to help the student gain a better understanding of the problems of fingering and...
Baritone B. C./Trombone and Piano.
Sacrae Symphoniae - Venice, 1597. Choir I: Trumpet I, Trumpet II, Horn (Trumpet), Trombone I (Horn), Trombone II or Baritone. Choir II: Trumpet I, Trumpet II, Horn (Trumpet), Trombone (Horn),...
Includes parts for both treble clef and bass clef.
Contents: Amor S'apprende • Ave Maria • Caro mio ben • Concerto for Trombone • If with All Your Hearts (Elijah) • Jesu, Meine Freude • Litany • Nina •...
A conservatory-style approach to the various brass methods, utilizing Beeler's own teaching techniques.
Concert Repertoire of Trombone Solos, Baritone B.C. and Bb Baritone T.C. with Piano Accompaniment.
Total duration time of 9:20. This contest bestseller features three contrasting movements: I. a spirited Allegro in cut time; II. a beautiful Larghetto in 3/4; and III. a lively Menuetto...
Trombone/baritone solo with piano accompaniment.
This classic series of duets for like instruments is recognizable to nearly everyone who has ever studied an instrument. The wealth of material supplements musical development and provides a rich...
Contents: Allerseelen, Op. 10 No. 8 (R. Strauss) • Berceuse (Concone) • Carnival of Venice (Davis) • Chartreuse (Cofield) • Dawn of Spring (Johnson) • Friends (Waltz Caprice) (Smith) •...
This top-rated collection of solo literature from the celebrated Rubank catalog is known by teachers and students everywhere. Each edition offers a superb variety of solos customized for that instrument....
These excellent studies are the next step for students who have completed the advanced level method for their instrument. The full-page etudes in this series, key-centered and supported by scale...
Anonymous ca. 1684.
A composition in the pop idiom, written by Bill Holcombe especially for the entire Woodwind section of the band. This piece may be played by a smaller ensemble with the...