Bass Trombone Solo

View as List Grid

Items 1-20 of 21

Set Descending Direction
  1. 'Mazing

    Composer: Denham, Robert
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Bass Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    This will be a great challenge for any college or professional Bass Trombone player and the audience will love it. Take on the challenge! Learn More

    From $17.00

    To $34.00

  2. A Day in the City

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Bass Trombone, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary
    These colorful unaccompanied musical scenes from the city are excellent study and recital pieces.The 7 short movements depict the composer's experiences during a visit to New York City. The movements are Another Sunrise, Off to a Busy Day, The Lost Key Episode, The Waitin' in Line Blues, Romantic Interlude, Sudden Storm, and Out on the Town. "Tonal, charming and imaginative! The low purchase price and the incisive approach of a skilled composer make this a piece worth seeking out.”- PMEA News Learn More

    From $14.00

    To $28.00

  3. American Phoenix

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Solo and Percussion Instruments: Bass Trombone, Percussion, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary
    Written for Stefan Sanders, then bass trombonist with the Buffalo Philharmonic, and the 30th Anniversary of the International Trombone Association. In 3 movements, this colorful work was composed immediately following the important world events of September 11, 2001. It was premiered by Mr. Sanders and members of the University of North Texas Percussion Ensemble at the 2002 International Trombone Festival in Denton, Texas. It is in 3 movements: In Remembrance 9/11/01, Repercussions, and Renewal. Percussion Distribution - Percussion 1: Xylophone, tubular bells (chimes), suspended cymbal, snare drum, police whistle, and Chinese bell tree; Percussion 2: Vibraphone, 2 suspended cymbals, 4 tom toms, bongos, and wood block; Percussion 3: Marimba, tam-tam, lion roar, ratchet, slapstick, wind chimes, and suspended cymbal; Percussion 4: Marimba (to low A), timpani (4), tambourine, 2 cowbells, and suspended cymbal. "Buss’ melodies vary. They are mystic, poignant, heroic, often modal, and at times reminiscent of folk songs. He writes for the percussion ensemble with mastery and features a wide range of instruments. The sound landscape is rich with many moods and timbres. American Phoenix is an attractive addition to a solo program or as a feature piece for a percussion recital. It is rewarding for both performer and audience.” - The ITA Journal, January 2005 Learn More

    From $50.00

    To $100.00

  4. Bone of Lucifer, The

    Composer: Romera, Juan López
    Instrumentation: Solo and Trombone Ensemble Instruments: Bass Trombone, Trombone, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary

    with Piano

    The Bone of Lucifer was written in November 2010 for the wonderful bass trombonist Nuno Martins to play with Mr. SC and the Wildbones Gang. I tried to write a piece that leaves the bass trombonist room to play both with full power and adroit phrasing. Although it traverses a variety of sections, feels, and characters, the piece is essentially a passacaglia over an ostinato of nine pitches that I found to be particularly demonic.

    – Jon Hansen

    Learn More

    From $21.95

    To $43.90

  5. Concerto for Bass Trombone and Piano

    Composer: Bowyer, Don
    Instrumentation: Solo and Piano Instruments: Bass Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary

    This concerto, commissioned by music teacher William T. Robinson, was originally scored for Bass Trombone and String Orchestra. This Piano reduction was done by the composer and is a three-movement work approximately nine minutes long, each movement leading directly to the next.

    The first movement opens with a slow introduction based on quartal harmony. The main portion of the movement is an allegro that explores changing meters. The second movement is slow, with a mournful character. The modal harmony is centered around D minor. The third movement is in an Afro-Caribbean style. The second and third movements include cadenzas for the soloist.

    Learn More

    As low as $17.00

  6. Don't Reject Me in My Old Age

    Composer: Chesnokov, Pavel Arranger: Arnow, Chad
    Instrumentation: Solo and Trombone Ensemble Instruments: Bass Trombone, Trombone
    Genre: Classical

    with Trombone Quintet

    From the arranger:

    In early 20th-century Russian choral music, few figures loom as large as Pavel Chesnokov (1877-1944). Trained at both the Moscow Conservatory (where he later taught choral conducting) and the Moscow Synodal School before their merger, his compositions number around five hundred. Do Not Reject Me in My Old Age (Opus 40, No. 5) is somewhat unusual among this output. Rather than being a traditional SATB choral work, it is a sacred concerto for oktavist (a term for a male voice with an extreme low range, sometimes used interchangeably with the term basso profundo) and chorus. It is based on a passage from Psalm 71, in which the psalmist begs God not to abandon him in his old age. While some of the text is rather bleak, the passage Chesnokov uses ends with “But I will hope continually, and will yet praise thee more and more.”

    This arrangement preserves Chesnokov’s original key. The solo bass trombone part follows the original vocal solo line, showing the range Chesnokov expected of his singer. Breath marks in the score and parts are designed to line up with the original text in most cases. Tempo makings may be adjusted by the performers to suit needs of breathing while playing brass instruments. Throughout, the piece benefits most from a dark, singing sound from the sensemble.

    Learn More

    From $18.95

    To $37.90

  7. Illuminations

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Solo and Wind Band Instruments: Bass Trombone, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary
    Originally for bass trombone (or tuba) and piano, was composed for Charles Vernon, bass trombonist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and the 30th Anniversary of the International Trombone Festival. This significant addition to the repertoire is written in an accessible modern style. The musical language is sophisticated, yet appealing to general audiences. Illuminations is cast in 2 contrasting movements: The first, Reverie, is contemplative and lyrical. Beautiful, expansive melodic lines are woven into a gentle, almost mystical, musical fabric. The second movement, Urban Lights, is an energetic rondo that is strongly influenced by jazz, and in one section, funk music. “Thoughtful, tuneful, and rewarding to perform.” – ITA Journal Learn More

    From $100.00

    To $200.00

  8. Low Blow

    Composer: Gulino, Frank
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Bass Trombone, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary

    In 2018, Spanish bass and contrabass trombonist Javier Colomer will record a new album that includes works for trombone and organ as well as for unaccompanied bass and contrabass trombones. The music on this disc spans four centuries, from Palestrina and Gabrielli through Handel, Schubert, and Faure, among others. The newest piece on the album – a work for unaccompanied contrabass trombone by American composer Frank Gulino – had not been completed at the time

    Javier Colomer is an internationally renowned bass and contrabass trombone soloist and teacher who has given recitals and master classes across the globe for more than 25 years. During that time, Javier has performed with orchestras and wind bands both as an ensemble musician and concerto soloist, and presented masterclasses to over a thousand students from some of the world's leading conservatories and universities. He is a past member of the ITA Board of Advisors and also authored “The World of The Contrabass Trombone,” the first comprehensive method book for that instrument. Javier's advocacy of the contrabass trombone as a solo instrument is a natural extension of his experience as a performer and pedagogue, and he continues to regularly commission and premiere new works for the bass and contrabass trombones. Please visit www.javicolomer.com to learn more.

    Learn More

    From $12.00

    To $24.00

  9. On the Stroke of Midnight

    Composer: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    ON THE STROKE OF MIDNIGHT for solo trombone (playable on bass trombone) by Howard J. Buss traverses a wide variety of atmospheres, from ranging from gentle, mysterious passages, to intense and powerful exclamations. This work was written for trombonist, Dr. Brian Brink. Throughout there is a sense of mysticism, as if an incantation is taking place around the arrival of midnight. Various extended techniques enhance the traditional trombone sound, such as plunger effects, simultaneous singing and playing, flutter tonguing, growling, etc. The composition may be performed as a traditional concert piece or as a theatre piece. Learn More

    From $12.00

    To $24.00

  10. Outings

    Composer: Vogel, Roger C.
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Bass Trombone, Tuba
    Genre: Contemporary
    unaccompanied: Outings was written for the British bass trombonist Jonathan Warburton, who premiered the work on March 1, 2013 at St. Martin's in the Bullring in Birmingham, England. This accessible work is in two short, contrasting movements: Stroll, and Jaunt. Will works on tuba as well. Learn More

    From $12.00

    To $24.00

  11. Shipped - Concerto (War Games)

    Composer: York, Barbara
    Instrumentation: Solo and Wind Band Instruments: Bass Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary

    CONCERTO

    “War Games”

    I. Toy Soldiers

    II. Courtship

    III. Marriage

    IV. Capture the Flag

    I commissioned this concerto in honor of Maestro Charles Schneider, the founding music director of Glimmerglass Opera and recently retired conductor of four symphony orchestras in upstate New York: Schenectady, Catskill (Oneonta), Utica, and Clinton. Maestro Schneider gave me my first job when I moved to the area. In addition to the symphonies and opera, I enjoyed playing under Chuck’s direction for a wide variety of one-nighters with famous musicians, Broadway shows at the Orpheus Theater, and with two ballet companies. His impact on the musical life of Central New York over the past five decades is incalculable. He is currently putting the finishing touches on his own opera, Skaters.

    Barbara York likes to find inspiration for her compositions in the life of the person who places the commission, thus the subtitle War Games, taken from my avid interest in tabletop board games.

    Toy Soldiers paints a vivid picture of plastic men come to life, patrolling the house after dark, then returning to their game box as the skies begin to brighten.

    Courtship and Marriage speak to the sometimes not so subtle “battle of the sexes” we often experience in our relationships.

    When I first heard the synthesized sound file for Courtship, I was delighted by its 19th-century parlor music flavor. Ms. York later explained that she wanted to capture the courtship scenes in my Civil War novel, The Unfinished Work. She succeeded beautifully! The movement opens with Jake’s heartfelt emotions as he awaits the arrival of his beloved. When she arrives, a minor dispute breaks out: “I thought you said….” Jake splutters his defense but is cut off with her, “Did too!” Emotion released, his beloved turns to gentle flirtations; but after a brief interlude, her temper briefly flares once again. Jake calms her by pouring out his heart in music.

    The mixed meters and minor key in Marriage keep the listener off balance and create a wonderful sense of intrigue: standard strategies from The Wife’s Game Plan?

    Capture the Flag percolates with the energy and adrenaline rush of seeking to capture before being captured.

    The piano edition was premiered by Frank Meredith and Charles Powers on May 31, 2019 at Calvary Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Schenectady, NY.

    The band edition was premiered by Frank Meredith and the Catskill Valley Wind Ensemble; Andrew Pease, conductor; November 17, 2019 in Oneonta, NY.

    Frank Meredith

     

    Learn More
    $150.00
  12. Songs of the Forest

    Composer: Gulino, Frank
    Instrumentation: Solo and Trombone Ensemble Instruments: Bass Trombone, Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    with 8 part Trombone ensemble Learn More

    From $28.00

    To $56.00

  13. Spiritual Medleys

    Composer: Traditional Arranger: Mott, Robert
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Bass Trombone

    unaccompanied:

    1. “Second Line” Spiritual Medley

    Just a Closer Walk; Blessed Quietness; On the Battlefield for My Lord

    2. Men’s Day Medley

    Father, I  Stretch My Hands to Thee; This is My Father's World;

    Rise Up, O Men of God

    3. Freedom Medley

    Go Down Moses; Praise the Lord, Hallelujah I’m Here;

    I’m So Glad; Glory, Glory, Hallelujah

    4. Easter Medley

    Christ the Lord is Risen Today; Crown Him with Many Crowns; I'll Fly Away

    Learn More

    As low as $15.00

  14. Stuff

    Composer: Grant, James
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Bass Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary

    unaccompanied

    Stuff is the first of four recital pieces commissioned by and dedicated to 78 adventure-seeking tubists representing 30 states and three countries, who fearlessly joined the 2001 Solstice/Equinox Commissioning Consortium. As each solstice and equinox approached during the year 2001, a new piece was sent out to the participants. All four pieces (Stuff, High Autumn, Just a Thought and Endorphins) now exist in multiple versions for orchestral and band instruments and are programmed frequently at conferences and on student and faculty recitals throughout the year.

     

    Learn More

    From $19.95

    To $39.90

  15. Syrinx

    Composer: Debussy, Claude Arranger: Bowyer, Don
    Instrumentation: Solo Instruments: Bass Trombone
    Genre: Contemporary
    unaccompanied Learn More

    As low as $13.00

View as List Grid

Items 1-20 of 21

Set Descending Direction