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Duets in the Applied Lesson: Survey Results

By Richard Human, Jr. • February 01, 1997
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.