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Tipbooks: A Review 
The intended audience for the Tipbook Trumpet & Trombone is students, their parents and amateur musicians. However, there is such vast information and details covered in this slim 132 page book that trombone or trumpet players of any level would enjoy reading it.

 

Northern Soundings: A Review 
Northern Soundings is a fine recording of both solo and ensemble music for trombone by Canadian composers.

 

Sunday Drive: A Review 
For fans of both smooth jazz and trombone or for listeners looking for an introduction to this mellow music, this CD is a must.

 

The American Trombone: A Review 
The charter of his book is to produce a total trombone technique that works equally well in American idioms such as Jazz, Pop and the various Afro-Cuban styles, as well as the more traditional Western European orchestral situations.

 

Pioneers in Brass CD-ROM: A Review 
Pioneers in Brass, first published in 1965, is a collection of profiles and photographs of the prominent brass players of the early 20th century. Previously released in three print editions, it is now available on a CD-ROM format that includes original recordings.

 

Bone-Alone: A Review 
Elias Faingersh is obviously a talented and creative trombonist who has explored his own musical personality to produce these compositions. This CD is not the typical recording of mainstream trombone music.

 

Wondrous Essence, An Amazing Spirit: A Review 
The undertaking of recording a CD of trombone students is a terrific idea that undoubtedly is an invaluable learning experience for all involved. The production responsibilities appear to be handled solely by the students. Projects like this should be part of every major music education curriculum and Mr. Niemisto needs to be commended on his initiative.

 

Nana: A Review 
Nana, the Spanish word for lullaby, may seem like a misnomer for a CD of a bass trombonist, but with help from a collection of world-class musicians, Ben van Dijk has excelled at presenting his horn as a truly melodic instrument worthy of this title.

 



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