Fillmore - Lassus Trombone - Brass Quartet
The piece is very well arranged, and as always it´s the trombone that carries the well know feature of this piece. A real crowd pleaser !
Lassus Trombone - Henry Fillmore (1881 - 1956 ) - arranged for Brass Quartet by Scott Ramsey.
Mr. Fillmore was called the "Father of the Trombone Smear", writing a series of fifteen fun tunes featuring trombone smears called "The Trombone Family", whereof "Lassus Trombone" is a part of. Scott Ramsey has arranged this old funny tune for 2 cornets, Trombone and Euphonium - The piece is very well arranged, and as always it´s the trombone that carries the well know feature of this piece. A real crowd pleaser !
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
• 2 Bb Cornets
• 1 Trombone
• 1 Euphonium/F Horn
Scott Ramsey (1941-2008)
Scott Ramsey, founding member of Brassworks 4, was a graduate of UNM in Albuquerque and Northern Arizona in Flagstaff. Mr. Ramsey taught high school band for 26 years and has performed extensively throughout his career. He was inducted into the New Mexico Music Teachers Hall of Fame in January of 2003. He was active as a private teacher in his studios in Farmington, NM and played in the San Juan Symphony, the Four Corner's Brass Band, the Jeff Solon Swing Band and the Red Apple Flyer Dixieland Band. Mr. Ramsey has written over 50 arrangements for brass quartet as well as several original compositions. Mr. Ramsey wrote and arranged music for brass quartet, quintet, choirs, stage band and brass band. Scott lived part time in Farmington, NM and part time in San Carlos, Mexico. Scott's death in 2008 left a large hole in the musical community of Farmington. He is missed.
Published with permission from BrassWorks4.