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These thirty-four studies are fun for all treble clef brass instruments and are suitable for French Horn players too.
Celebrated composer and performer Mark Nightingale has written 27 colourful etudes designed to help the younger player's first steps in jazz phrasing.
Twelve very first solos - long enough to make worthwhile concert items but carefully graded for both range and stamina.
Let's Face The Music for bass clef Trombone/Euphonium with Piano accompaniment. Arranged by John Iveson.
Twelve very first solos - long enough to make worthwhile concert items but carefully graded for both range and stamina. For Trombone in treble clef.
These arrangements incorporate various dance styles - from traditional ballroom dance.
J.S. Bach’s music has the unique quality of transcribing well for practically any instrument, and this collection gives the trombonist an opportunity to demonstrate musicianship and work in close partnership with the pianist.
Arranged and edited by John Iveson. Includes treble and bass clef parts.
These studies for Trombone are intended to supplement or follow any elementary method. A series of short etudes designed to improve technique and musicianship. Bass clef.