Item Details Includes the all new Alto Studies. Original edition, reissued by East-West Musical. These are the famous Blazevich Clef Studies, the newest edition. The School for Trombone in Clefs a. The School for Clefs first appeared in
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Alessi and Bowman are presented unencumbered by pre-existing editorial material. Both of these gentlemen bring impeccable credentials to the task, and their comments provide wonderful insights into each of their individual approaches to musical and technical matters. If anyone is interested in making up their own cadenza for any concerto , it will also serve as a fine example of how it should be done.
It is a well crafted virtuosic piece from the French repertoire deserving of more attention from trombonists looking for something substantial to include on a recital. It represents a welcome addition to the solo repertoire for the bass trombone. This wonderful work is a representation of imitative techniques used by composers of the period. This is an outstanding vehicle to develop nuances of articulation, balance, blend, and dynamics.
By Richard Human, Jr. This is due to the fact that excellent compositions "work" as music in almost any setting; and that Douglas Yeo, bass trombonist of the Boston Symphony, has chosen from the original twenty-four preludes very well.
If you are in the mood for a real challenge, this work will offer plenty of them, both technically and musically. The duets could be a lesson assignment for a young high school student, or appropriate sight reading material for advanced high school students or early college students. Priemon is an artist. He uses photographic techniques to interpret musical performances through a concept he has named photonality. His most recent book is entitled "Ku-Umba," and trombonist Ku-Umba Frank Lacy serves as both the inspiration and visual focus of this particular collection of art.
I credit many of the thoughts and exercises that may be gleaned from this excellent guide with contributing in no small way to my own development as a performer and teacher. The second, Multiplicity, was released in by the same publisher. It is charming and clever in that it offers a great deal of musical variety in a very short time span.
These two works are examples of that trend. Both of these works are for unaccompanied Bass Trombone. Previously released in three print editions, it is now available on a CD-ROM format that includes original recordings. De Profundis Clamavi appears to be an attempt to change this situation. However, there is such vast information and details covered in this slim page book that trombone or trumpet players of any level would enjoy reading it.
Michael Meckna has done extensive study into the lives, recordings, and legacy of significant brass performers of this century. He contributes a balanced list of orchestra, recital, and jazz performers with an appropriate balance of high and low brass performers.
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