With a new Foreword, this edition is a faithful copy of the earlier Wimbledon publication which is now out of print. Ralph Sauer's intermediate level Clef Studies book is now available from Brass Music Online in direct download form.
This new improved edition has been carefully edited by Ralph Sauer, eliminating many misprints and articulation conflicts. We can recommend this method book for all students of intermediate level and above.
Brubeck’s music requires rhythmic accuracy and multiple tonal colors, and are especially useful as sight reading tools to keep the performer sharp and on his/her toes.
For the advanced performer, this book is great to use as a way to ease back into shape after a rest from the instrument, allowing the performer to “relearn” the instrument carefully and methodically
This book of over 120 pages is suitable for performers from beginner right up to advanced.
We are pleased to add this valuable method book to our Vintage Brass collection.
This book of Seventy Nine Studies from 1949 was written when there was very little literature of its kind for the trombone. Unlike his "55 Phrasing Studies" from 1959, these are more difficult with challenging, unexpected slide-work in many unusual keys.
Mantia performed with the Metropolitan Opera Company for many years and was for quite a while, its Personnel Manager, coming across hundreds of top instrumentalists who migrated and lived in New York City. As a young performer, he was also a leading soloist with the Sousa band and toured with it throughout North America.
Beautifully engraved in bass clef, these accompaniments are perfectly suited for intermediate to moderately advanced performers. The original Rochut Etudes are NOT included in this collection, just these accompaniments.
This ”workbook“ is more than the sum of its parts. It describes an attitude about work, discipline, passion, career and love of music. Mr. Reynold‘s book is a must for all serious Bass Trombonists.
These studies are the in the style of vocalises, (having no words) and can be performed unaccompanied, or with their original accompaniments.
Ralph Sauer has done a beautiful job of editing these works for Tenor Trombone & Piano. The simplicity of the music is its genius. For moderately advanced performers in tenor clef.
The Studies were all originally written in the key of “C” treble clef. Mr. Cherry has taken the liberty to transpose many of them into different keys for musical variety and technique.
24 Legato Studies for the Trombone - by Alexey Kaleynikov, Trombone Professor at the School of Music, Russia.