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Bedlam in Bethlehem: A Review 
A recording of Christmas music for trombone quartet and quintet by the Pacific Trombone Quartet and guest artist Ian McDougall and Annabelle Vitek.


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


An Interview with Abbie Conant: Part One 
If all you know about Abbie Conant is her experiences with the Munich Philhamonic, consider taking a few minutes to learn about the other 99% of this great musician.


TUNEUP Intonation Training System: A Review 
The philosophy behind Stephen Colley's TUNEUP intonation training system is to develop an aural "bootcamp" to help the musician develop improved intonation free of the visual crutch of a chromatic tuner.


OTJ Tribute to J. J. Johnson 
Trombone legend J. J. Johnson passed away on February 4,2001. This tribute contains links to learn more about Mr. Johnson, MP3 files of some performances, and a message board to leave your own remembrance.


Trombonly & Friends: A Review 
Trombonly has performed extensively across Europe, including a performance at the 2000 ITF, at which Trombonly was honored with the Emory-Remington award. After listening to this disc, one will realize that this honor is richly deserved.


Grand Chorus in Dialogue and Praise to the Lord, the Almighty: A Review 
Arranged for ten-part trombone choir, both of these arrangements by Gary Bricault provide the ensemble and conductor with a number of musical challenges that once met will yield to a satisfying musical experience.


Eight Preludes, Op. 34: A Review 
Without the knowledge that they were originally composed as piano preludes, a close look at these eight short pieces would suggest that they could have originally been written as trombone duets. This is due to the fact that excellent compositions "work" as music in almost any setting; and that Douglas Yeo, bass trombonist of the Boston Symphony, has chosen from the original twenty-four preludes very well.


Survey Results: Duets in the Applied Lesson 
Numerous books, articles, and methods have been written concerning important skills for the trombonist such as technique, embouchure, and sight-reading. Another important skill for any musician is the ability to effectively perform with other musicians. In the applied lesson, this skill can be practiced by the study and performance of duets. There is a wide variety of duet literature available to the trombonist in musical styles ranging from the Baroque to the twentieth century and in difficulty levels ranging from beginner to artist-level.


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