Trombone

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  1. Ave Verum Corpus

    Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Arranger: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Trombone
    Genre: Classical
    This sensitive rendition of one of Mozart’s most sublime works makes an outstanding feature number for a recital as well as a wonderful musical offering in church. Multiple players may be used on each part to expand the ensemble. Learn More
    $14.00
  2. Canzona

    Composer: Maschera, Florentio Arranger: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Trombone
    Genre: Renaissance
    CANZONA by Florentio Maschera (1540-1584) transcribed by Howard J. Buss. This late Renaissance work is written in a stirring imitative style and makes a memorable feature number for a recital as well as a wonderful musical offering in church. Learn More
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  3. Dry Bones

    Composer: Traditional Arranger: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Trombone
    Genre: Traditional African American Spiritual
    This well-known African American spiritual (the foot bone's connected to the leg bone, the leg bone's connected to the...), arranged by Howard Buss, makes a memorable concert feature as well as a rousing musical offering in church. Multiple players may be used on each part to expand the ensemble. This arrangement is hugely influenced by jazz. The extended two-part introduction begins hymn-like and then breaks out in a jubilant jazzy section. This is followed by a more traditional rendering of the spiritual; however, as the music reaches its climax, the jazz "licks" from the introduction are brought back as counterpoint against the main melody of the spiritual. The result is exhilarating, and for a bit of humor, just as the work ends, there is a "tongue-in-cheek" plagal cadence. Learn More
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  4. Ricercare on C

    Composer: Gabrieli, Andrea Arranger: Buss, Howard J.
    Instrumentation: Quartet Instruments: Trombone
    Genre: Renaissance
    This late Renaissance work is written in a stirring imitative style. Particularly interesting are the meter changes involving metric modulations, a trait found in much of the dance music of the day. It makes an outstanding feature number for a recital as well as a wonderful musical offering in church. Learn More
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