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Riffs & Dances: A Review 
This is a moderately challenging, through-composed piece for unaccompanied trombone ranging from pedal B-flat to high D-flat (the F-attachment range isn't used, though).


Harlequin for Bass Trombone and Piano: A Review 
Considering the complexities of this work and Lipkis' own allusions to programmatic content, the fact that Warwick hasn't bothered to include explanatory notes is inexcusable. If you are in the mood for a real challenge, this work will offer plenty of them, both technically and musically.


Panis Angelicus: A Review 
This work is a useful, practical addition to the trombone choir folder which can be used to feature a younger soloist.


Arrows of Time: A Review 
David Vining, Professor of Trombone at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, issues this confident solo recording featuring music from the present and the past.


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