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Dr. Peter G. Fielding is a music theorist and trombonist who studied under Dave Sporny, Tim Conner, Dr. Nathaniel Brickens, Herb Schoales, and James Eager. He teaches at Kennesaw State University, serving as Associate Dean for the College of the Arts and Associate Professor of Music. His low brass collection spans all manner of trombones (soprano, alto, tenor, and bass) and valved oddities, including several early 20th Century items.

OTJ Reviews

 

50 Etudes for Bass Trombone & Tenor Trombone with F Attachment: A Review

By Peter Fielding • August 20, 2021
This is an excellent edition, demonstrating a labor of dedication, sharing both Randall Hawes' professional orchestral and teaching career while expanding access to Boris Grigoriev's etudes for a broader range of bass and tenor trombonists alike.

 

 

Trombone Concerto by Todd Goodman: A Review

By Peter Fielding • May 13, 2021
Winner of the British Trombone Society's 2011-2012 Concerto Composition Competition, Dr. Todd Goodman's Trombone Concerto serves as a fine contribution to advanced contemporary solo trombone repertoire.

 

 

Georg Kopprasch 45 Selected Studies for Alto Trombone: A Review

By Peter Fielding • February 20, 2021
Crees and Rae have crafted a fine edition for the alto trombonist. Published by Brass Wind Publications, this carefully curated collection of 45 etudes embody its core pedagogical values. Far from a simple reengraving into alto clef, some etudes have been transposed and fit quite comfortably on the alto trombone.

 

 

Concerto for Trombone by James A. Beckel Jr.: A Review

By Peter Fielding • December 14, 2020
This work is an appealing and welcome addition to the solo trombone literature, appropriate for recital and featured solo with large ensemble alike.

 

 

The Pipes are Calling: A Review

By Peter Fielding • October 19, 2019
James Box and Jean-Willy Kunz's April 2019 release of The Pipes are Calling is an exceptional recording for trombonists and organists alike.