Price: $13.95 Price: $14.00 These two dismissive reviews of Stuart Dempster’s 1966 performance of Cage’s Solo for Sliding Trombone give little indication of the relative popularity that the piece would achieve within the solo trombone repertoire in the subsequent 60 years. However, these mutes tend to be slightly unreliable, and so like Dempster, Digby suggested a ‘homemade’ alternative of a CD placed in the bell of the instrument could serve as a mute that produces a reliable ‘buzzy’ sound that can be adjusted in various ways depending on its position (although the fact that it requires the player to hold it in the bell can cause technical difficulties when it is combined with other actions). Item: 002667 A self described Bop-Oriented player, Bill Watrous is well known among fellow trombonists as a master technician and for his mellifluous sound. 15, no. 2 Sheet Music. Unser Testerteam hat unterschiedliche Marken verglichen und wir präsentieren unseren Lesern hier alle Testergebnisse. In the third example, we have a rather extreme use of the system. --cdp . Item: 028951 Digby interpreted this indication to mean starting the note by breathing into it rather than using the tongue to create a crisp start. The day he took his life was also the day he shot both of his sons, fatally killing one, and leaving the other one blind. Grade: Advanced Price: $12.00 Jazz trombone solo sheet music - Der absolute TOP-Favorit unseres Teams. Item: 094031 As Digby commented, replacing the tuning slide is quite challenging to perform quickly and smoothly. Grade: In fact he is one of the best known Jazz Valve Trombonists. Item: 058236 This American Jazz Trombonist played in the big bands of Woody Herman, Lionel Hampton and Stan Kenton. Though his story ends in sorrow, he is still one of the most respected Jazz Trombonists of all time. With both of these techniques Cage only provides the instruction to remove the slides, which creates some potential ambiguity in terms of when the standard instrumental configuration should be returned to. Cage’s approach to articulation in the Solo for Sliding Trombone is very specific, going beyond the level of detail used in some of the other woodwind parts. Why is sheet-music so fuzzy and full of misprints? Dempster suggests a similar approach to Digby , but remarks that the technique ‘could also mean to remove the bell section and insert the mouthpiece, as described above, for the ram’s horn effect’ (Dempster, 1979, 49). The second example is common for a concert band or wind ensemble piece. There are some events that require the mouthpiece to be played with a mute, e.g., p. 175, line 3. Grade: He was part of small groups led by Stan Getz, Jimmy Giuffre, and Gerry Mulligan in the 1950s. Previously Digby has used a wa-wa mute or a Harmon mute for #1 but on this occasion he used a Yamaha ‘Silent Brass’ mute, as it was easily portable. In the instructions, he writes: ‘#2 is a plunger to be sometimes opened and closed during the tone production. The sound of playing on the slide alone […] is focused slightly by the water in the glass’. Like flautist Nancy Ruffer, Digby understood this instruction to require some sort of multiphonic sound. We know sheet music is an investment, but building your library doesn’t have to break the bank. © 2020 University of Huddersfield | University of Leeds. Price: $35.65 18, no. […] From these ideas we gathered together, we put forth a part that would be playable as a solo or in conjunction with a group of other players. Item: 042723 Grade: Advanced Please contact email@example.com, Questions about an order? Es ist jeder Jazz trombone solo sheet music jederzeit im Internet im Lager verfügbar und direkt lieferbar. Letters that are duplicated (as in A in this example) indicate multiple parts. Item: 006456 Grade: Grade 6 - Advanced Price: $7.00 The performance practice for this technique has also been shaped by its oral history: Dempster mentions putting water in the jar sometimes (in addition to the effect being noted in the reviews of the 1966 performance above, it was also possibly used in the 1964 Tudorfest performance of the Concert: Morton Subotnick recalls Dempster making a gargling sound, much to Cage’s dismay). Instruments shown in parenthesis are optional and may be omitted. Grade: Item: 018820 The only solo music book you will ever need. In addition to the use of different sized noteheads, which are indicative of either dynamics or durations of a sound, or both, the majority of sounds have dynamics assigned to them and the Solo for Sliding Trombone, in common with the flute, bassoon/saxophone and other brass parts, is overwhelmingly biased towards crescendos and combinations of dynamics, these latter being a ‘combination of two or more’ crescendos and diminuendos. Availability: Usually Ships in 24 Hours, Category: Bass Trombone Solos w/Piano 541 scores found en TROMBONE on Trombone solo. Example 3 - MacKenzie: (a fictional work, by the way). He is one of the first people many trombonists think of when asked to name a famous trombone player. Typically, orchestra scores have the tuba linked to euphonium, but it does happen where Trombone is the principal instead. Jazz trombone solo sheet music - Unser Testsieger . Bob Gillespie, trombone (South African Broadcasting Corporation, 2001), Da Lontano. Item: 037157 It is also the most widely recorded: four commercial recordings exist of the Solo for Sliding Trombone, performed by James Fulkerson (performed with Fontana Mix (1958)) (on Music for Trombone, 1992), Bob Gillespie (on A Walk on the Wild Side: Perpetual Horizons, 2001), Christian Lindberg (on The Solitary Trombone, 1989), and Mike Svoboda (in a version for eight multi-tracked parts) (Da Lontano, 2012).