|Marini|| Canzona, op 8/3 (1626) (Smith)
Composed in 1626, this is one of only a very original works for trombone ensemble. Edited by Glenn Smith into a modern edition, with all parts in the bass clef. Can be performed by four tenors as well as three tenors and one bass. Our original edition. For four trombones without keyboard.
|Massaino|| Canzon a8 (1608) (Silliman)
Renaissance. One of the earliest pieces written specifically for the trombone choir. Written in the choral style prevalent at the time, the eight independant voices come together only for passing cadences and the end cadence. From the collection "Canzoni per Sonare con ogni sorti di stromenti" published in Venice, 1608. All parts in bass clef.
|Mendelssohn|| Holy Is God the Lord (Ostrander) [12 trombones]
Romantic. Transcription of an oratorio from Elijah. In this setting, Mr. Ostrander has divided the trombone choir into separate "orchestra" and "soloist" groupings. Although performable as an octet, this definitely works better with all 12 parts played.
|Morley||My Bonnie Lass (Myers)||ENS426||Trombone Quartet||$12.00|
|Morley||Now Is the Month of Maying (Myers)||ENS425||Trombone Quartet||$12.00|
|Mozart|| Fugue, K.401 (Shumway)
Classical. Yes, Mozart wrote fugues too, and here he emulates Bach, but with a harmonic language that is advanced into the Classical era.
|Mozart|| Sonata Allegro (Steiman)
Classical. Extracted from Symphony No 13, this fast 3/4 piece is a challenge for stronger players. Steiman's arrangement is moderately difficult, but highly effective when played well. Clefs are TTBB.
|Mozart||Trio, from Quintet No 4 (Delisse)||ENS319||Trombone Trio||$8.00|
|Neff|| El Fiesta
Upbeat Spanish Flamenco flavored quartet features a dynamic bass trombone part and authentic rhythms in the quartet as a whole.
|Nestico|| Reflective Mood
Sammy Nestico's classic jazz ballad, popular in its trombone & piano form, is also available for trombone and band by the composer. This lush setting takes full advantage of the winds and brass as only Nestico is able. Out of print for a number of years, and reprinted in a new edition here with the blessings of Kendor Music.
|ENS124||Trombone & Band||$75.00|
|Pederson|| Blue Topaz
Tommy Pederson's classic bass trombone "concerto" here in its original form for bass trombone solo and trombone sextet (7 players total). This has become a popular work on solo bass trombone recitals and trombone choir concerts.
|Pederson|| Crimson Collop, The [bass trombone duet]
Crafted in classic Tommy Pederson style, Crimson Collop* takes full advantage of the professional bass trombonist's range and skill. Starting with a 3 measure staccato 16th note octave unison, the duet settles into a twisted waltz, then a 2/4 "chase" up and down the range, and finally into a tricky 6/8 march. Fun to play, musically interesting and challenging.
* a Collop is a small slice.
|Pederson|| Nabobs Knuckle, The
20th Century. A four-part exercise in ensemble rhythmic accuracy, this work puts all four players through their paces. Though the rhythms are not hard (far from it) the real challenge lies in matching one another and making the overall effect that of oneinstrument, rather than four separate instruments. If your quartet has plateaued or is looking for a challenge, then you should give this one a try.
|Ponce||Ave, Color Vini Clari (Kelleher)||ENS412||Trombone Quartet||$12.00|
|Praetorius|| Ancient Carols (2) (Myers)
Includes Lo, How a Rose Er Blooming and In Dulci Jubilo. Recorded by the Eastman Trombone Choir.
|Premru|| In Memoriam
Powerful work written for the untimely death of a close friend. Recorded on the CD "Too Scared to Play" by High Anxiety Bones and also "Tritons Journey" by the Triton Trombone Quartet. For quartet or 4-part choir.
|Premru|| Pieces (2)
Modern/Tonal. A popular trio set that involves all three players equally. Includes movements titled "Felicity," an intense largo movement and "Episode," an up-tempo movement with activity in all three parts. All parts in bass clef.
|Presser||Suite with Fanfares||ENS052||Trombone Unaccompanied||$10.00|
|Purcell||Dido's Lament (Miller)||ENS501||Trombone Quintet||$12.00|
|Purcell||Fantasias (3) (Miller)||ENS314||Trombone Trio||$12.00|
|Purcell||Trio Sonata (Osborne)||ENS322||Trombone Trio||$12.00|
|Ravel|| Pavane pour une Infante Defunte (Robertson)
|Reicha||Allegro Scherzando, from op 82 (Nichols)||NMC003||Trombone Trio||$6.00|
|Reicha||Fugue, op 82, No 18 (Nichols)||NMC002||Trombone Trio||$5.00|
|Reicha||Trio, op 82, no 22 (Nichols)||NMC004||Trombone Trio||$5.00|
|Reicha||Trios (3) from op 82 (Nichols)||NMC005||Trombone Trio||$5.00|
|Rosner||Sonata in Bb||NMC081||Trombone & Piano||$20.00|
|Ross||Canzonetta||NMC041||Trombone & Piano||$15.00|
|Ross||Etudes a Deux||NMC039||Trombone Duet||$10.00|
|Ross||Rondo Furioso||NMC085||Trombone & Piano||$10.00|
|Saint-Saens|| Adagio from Symphony No 3 (Murley)
Romantic period. Popular adagio section from the Organ Symphony, here rendered for trombone quartet. Playable by groups of all skill levels. Recorded by the Eastman Trombone Quartet on their CD, Legacy of Emory Remington. Clefs are TTBB or BBBB.
|Satie||Suite from Gymnopedies 1, 2 & 3 (Welts)||NMC019||Trombone Quartet||$8.00|
|Scharnberg||No Risk = No Reward||ENS510||Trombone Quintet||$20.00|
|Scheidt|| Gibt Uns Heut Unser Taglich Brodt (Fetter)
Trombone trio. Also appropriate for euphonium trio (EEE) or tuba-euphonium trio (EET).
|Schubert||Love's Longing (Smith)||ENS505||Trombone Quintet||$15.00|
|Schubert|| Suite of Lieder (Rowell)
Romantic period. Collection of three men's choir works here arranged for trombone quartet. All parts in bass clef. Includes Lob der Einsamkeit; Grab und Mond; Widerspruch.
|Schuetz||Give Ear, Oh Lord (Miller) [2 tenors & organ]||ENS203||Trombone Duet W/organ||$8.00|
|Speer|| Sonata a4 (Miller)
Renaissance. Our original edition. For four trombones without keyboard. All parts are in the bass clef.
|Speer|| Sonata a4 (Weiner)
Renaissance. Completely revised edition reflects the latest scholarship. Includes continuo (keyboard) part with fully realized figured bass, plus short commentary and editor's notes. Clefs are ATTB or TBBB.
|Taverner||Audivi (Fetter)||ENS416||Trombone Quartet||$5.00|
|Tchesnokov|| Salvation is Created (DePaolo)
This arrangement takes advantage of the quasi-antiphonal nature of this well known Russian Orthodox Church choral masterpiece. For alto, 5 tenors and 2 basses (or 6 tenors and 2 basses) set in two 4-part choirs. The text translates to roughly, "Salvation is created in the midst of the Earth. O Lord, our God. Alleliua." Clefs are ATBB-TBBB or TTBB-TBBB.
|Uber|| Autumn Sketches, op 56 (1965)
A popular contest piece for trombone or baritone horn. A work with an intermediate level of difficulty that sounds more like an advanced level piece to the audience.
|ENS020||Trombone & Piano||$12.00|
|Uber|| Ballad of the Green Mountains
An easy, lyrical work suitable for trombone or euphonium.
|LPP016||Trombone & Piano||$9.00|
|Uber|| Chorales (3), op 55
Modern/Tonal. An original work for trombone trio. Also appropriate for euphonium trio (EEE) or tuba-euphonium trio (EET).
|Uber|| Concert Trios (5), op 53
Modern/Tonal. Includes Reflection; Choreographer's Delight; Gettysburg Elegy; Tarantella; Dance of the Slides.
|Uber||Contemporary Trios, op 54||ENS336||Trombone Trio||$16.00|
|Uber||Miniatures (3), op 29||ENS432||Trombone Quartet||$14.00|
|Various|| French Duets (Miller)
Twelve original duets by various French composers, including Faure, De La Nux and Vidal.
|Various|| Transcriptions (2) (Fetter)
Includes FRANCK Bergriegen and BARBERIS Paduane Chant d'Orlando.
|Various|| Transcriptions (2) (Miller)
Includes GASPARINI Adoramus Te, Christe and INGEGNERI Tenebrae Factae Sunt. The Gasparini was recorded by the Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble Sotto Voce on Summit Records.
|Various|| Transcriptions (2) (Ostrander)
Includes CORELLI Adagio, from Opus 5, number 5, and TARTINI Adagio from the Violin Sonata in Dm.
|Various|| Transcriptions (4) (Osborne)
Includes PACHELBEL Two Chorale Preludes; RHEINBERGER Trio; ANONYMOUS Chorale of Saint Anthony.
|Wagner||Die Walkure, Act II Scene 4 (King)||ENS504||Trombone Quintet||$15.00|
|Wilson||Dad's Song||NMC040||Trombone Trio||$12.00|
|Winter|| Festfanfare (DePaolo) [12 trombones & tympani]
Written in 1960 for the opening of the World Eucharist Congress held in Munich, Germany, this fanfare was originally set for seven part mixed brass choir. It has been transcribed and arranged here for 12 trombones in two 6-part antiphonal choirs with optional tympani. Festfanfare is cast in one continuous movement, with alternating fanfare and chorale sections. Set in E flat, the entire piece is powerful and rousing, the coda section especially so with its Strauss-like layered rhythms and blazing finale. Due to its strong compositional integrity, it can readily be used as an opener or a closer, as well as anywhere within a program, Although tympani is called for in the score, it is not absolutely necessary, and if desired can be covered by performing cues within the trombone choir.
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