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Vining, David

120 Melodic Articulation Etudes for Tenor Trombone

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120 Melodic Articulation Etudes for Tenor Trombone by Josef Schantl, edited
by Donn Schaefer, is appropriate for high school through professional
trombone players.

Brass players should think of articulations as colors on a painters palette,
striving to use the widest array of hues to best serve the needs of the
music. Great string players are able to produce a seemingly limitless variety
of articulation styles; likewise, vocalists have the advantage of text and
diction to help provide musical nuance. Legendary jazz singer Frank Sinatra
sums up the approach of learning from other musical sources in this famous
quote, My greatest teacher was not a vocal coach, not the work of other
singers, but the way Tommy Dorsey breathed and phrased on the trombone.
Trombonists will benefit from following Sinatras lead by learning from the
best musicians across all genres. In this book, Donn Schaefer has distilled a
wide variety of articulations from many different musical influences and
applied them to the etudes of hornist Joseph Schantl. Use this book to expand
your palette of musically expressive options while deepening your
understanding of melodic phrasing.

"Donn Schaefer has provided us with a nice collection of short exercises that
hone a wide variety of musical techniques. I have known Donn since he was a
graduate student, and this book is a wonderful fulfillment of his commitment
to placing musical expression at the forefront of trombone playing." - John
D. Rojak, American Brass Quintet, Juilliard, Director of Brass Studies at
NYU, Hartt

64 pages, spiral bound to lay flat on the music stand

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