From the Publisher
As well as providing material which is enjoyable to play, the student's musicality is developed by virtue of the fact that the pieces are genuine duos between the trombone or euphonium and piano. The 'give and take' between the two instruments necessitates careful listening and a sympathetic response from both performers.
". . . there wasn't one we didn't enjoy playing. Both my pianist and I don't play jazz very much, but we had a throughly good time with the whole album.
The trombone parts are accessible, with a two-octave range (F–F) . . . The piano parts lie well under the hands (seemingly) and really enhance the soloist's part.
These arrangements and originals would be good for pupils to play in school concerts or GSCE performances, or even for someone with more experience wanting a 'lollipop' to fill in a recital. Good value for money and great fun."
Reviewed 'The Trombonist'
- It Don't Mean a Thing
- We Have All The Time in the World
- The Girl from Ipanema
- Surf Time
- Big Deal
- I Can't Give You Anything But Love
- Midnight in Moscow
- Bone Dry
Item DetailsCategory: Trombone Albums
Publisher: Brass Wind Publications
Publisher's reference: 1131BC
Our Stock Code: 914451
Media Type: Paperback