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fantasy for trombone and piano, john dolmetsch, black hawk music, 1975. in g minor. this is also notated in 3/4 time, but the tempo is 70 bpm. the score is in treble clef, but there is an accompaniment score in bass clef. it is in key of g minor, and has a key signature of 3 sharps (g, c, and f).
a substantial collection of lesser-known works, arranged for piano accompaniment, with melodies, chords and scales for the student to work from. titles: a bluesy little blues my friend the little boat the lady is a tramp blue moon blues in the evening in the morning - the sun is down can't help falling in love eight days a week i'll remember april i'm confused love is strange then your love came along the party's over change change change the way you look at me the way you look tonight make it easy on yourself tell me why. this book includes access to audio tracks online that can be downloaded or streamed!
the trombone by john a. thompson. once upon a time, at knox college, the trombone course was taught by, john a. thompson. this book is a collection of pieces from that course, arranged for solo, duet, and quartet. there are really only a few pieces that are difficult, and most of the tunes that were printed on the program for the concerts are included. i would recommend this for anyone who has been playing for a while. range is b flat - c1. this book includes access to audio tracks online that can be downloaded or streamed!
johann sebastian bach, suite no. 2, bwv 1006. edited by john wilson, published by cambridge university press: cambridge, 1983. range is b flat to f sharp1. a cantata written for the dedication of the new chapel at st. thomas school in leipzig, germany. this is a great piece for the bass trombone. it is scored for a 4-part choir, with a solo bass trombone part, and a solo cello. the solo part for the bass trombone is not the most difficult part, but it is a nice tone for the low range. the piece is quite accessible, and should be in the repertoire of the bass trombone player. it was recorded by long-time principal trombonist of the boston symphony, ron barron on his cd hindemith on trombone. it was also recorded by bass trombonist john surma, on his cd in the company of strangers. 3d9ccd7d82