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Cantare: A Review 
This composition lasts about 4 minutes and is written in ABA form.


Choral, Cadence et Fugato by Henri Dutellieux: A Review 
Composed for the French pedagogue Andre LaFosse, Choral, Cadence et Fugato has appeared on required lists for various solo competitions over the years but has not found its way into the mainstream of trombone recital programming. It is a well crafted virtuosic piece from the French repertoire deserving of more attention from trombonists looking for something substantial to include on a recital.


Christmas Time is Here by Dan Gottshall: A Review 
This is a fun holiday recording by versatile vocalist and trombonist Dan Gottshall.


Circuit Training: A Review 
A review of Peter Gane's method for young trombonists; published by Warwick Music.


Close Your Eyes...and Listen: A Review 

Mike Fahn established himself years ago on both coasts as a master jazz musician and virtuoso valve trombonist, but according to Howard Mandel’s liner notes Fahn considers Close Your Eyes…and Listen (released in 2002) to be his true debut album. Mike Fahn’s creativity as a musician, composer, and arranger make this a unique addition to one’s CD collection.


Concertino in F for Bass Trombone and Piano by Ernst-Thilo Kalke: A Review 
This work is suited to a good college player, or perhaps a very mature high school bass trombonist. It represents a welcome addition to the solo repertoire for the bass trombone.


Convergence: A Review 

Like a fine cognac, Chris Brubeck's compositions go down smooth and mature with age. His penchant for jazz, blues and rock 'n roll find a home in full size orchestrations with aplomb. Those familiar with his Bach to Brubeck album will not find dissappointment in this latest offering, Convergence.


Cornerstone: A Review 
Douglas Yeo, bass trombonist with the Boston Symphony, has obviously crafted a recording that is a labor of love. This collection serves as an evangelical witness to his deeply held Christian beliefs and as a fine example of his lyrical musicianship.


Crossroads: A Review 
Tim Coffman presents a solid set of compositions by noted hard bop heavies, along with three standards and an original. This disc is about celebrating the lineage of mainstream modern jazz. The crisp arrangements are performed with skill and conviction.


Czech Trombone Treasures: A Review 
This CD could be a valuable introduction to the sort of music played by Czech trombone choirs, and in particular showcases the contents of Blahnik's three volumes of arrangements of trombone choir music: "Prague Trombones," "New Prague Trombones" and "Encore! Prague Trombones."


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