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dyl

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The one we've got is arranged by Goff Richards and it says 'featuring Trombones and Flugel Horn' - can't remember much for Flugel to do though! :roll:
 

timbloke

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i know it is arranged by Goff. it is a really good arrangement, we played it on tour last month, and it went down really well with the crowds and the band.
 

lynchie

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sounds interesting... compared to the version of i will follow him i've played before where the trombones get nothing more interesting than quavers on a C
 

timbloke

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indeed it is good. each trombone part gets an improv bit (although we never actually improved). and yes it does say trombs and flugel, which is strange cos the flugel doesn't get much, well not compared to the trombs.
 

PeterBale

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timbloke said:
indeed it is good. each trombone part gets an improv bit (although we never actually improved). and yes it does say trombs and flugel, which is strange cos the flugel doesn't get much, well not compared to the trombs.
As long as you didn't get worse :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
Oh dear oh dear!!!! I thought that my joked were bad! (also a former BBb bass player, maybe it is something to so with that?

I have played with a few bands. Not a bad piece at all. Always use to pick up my enthusiasm after an hour or so of the usual summer concert program. Things are a bit different now that I pay for Granite City Brass under David James. Every piece that we play is demanding in some way or another: never relax for a minute.

It is one of the better trombone trios, but saying that there are not that many of them. There can me a bit if a problem if one of the trombones is not as strong as the others, though. (was that diplomatic enough?): you can end up with gaps where there should be a melodic line.

Are there any other decent trios out there: perhaps a bit slower and more slushy, with good three part harmonies between the trombones?

Andrew
 

PeterBale

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Have you come across "Sad and Blue" by Alan Fernie (Obrasso)? Not played it, but heard it played by Cory's on "The Glory of Cory" and think it might fit the bill.
 

neiltwist

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dyl said:
The one we've got is arranged by Goff Richards and it says 'featuring Trombones and Flugel Horn' - can't remember much for Flugel to do though! :roll:
It goes too high for the troms apparently, so flugal takes over for a phrase, but it's a good arrangement.
 

BassTromBeast

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Oh I don't know. If I take out the 1G mouthpiece and replace it with the 2G then I can squeeze out a high F on a good day. A good day being one where I've not had a curry the night before. Don't want to squeeze too much on those occasions. :lol:
 

Borfeo

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Speaking as a tenor trombonist.

HIGH MY ASS!!

It's extremely comfortable and a nice easy blow for most bone players (Good when you can make it up in the middle too)
 

PeterBale

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When we do the Henry Wood Sea Songs at our Last Night of the Proms evenings, we normally use the flugel for the top part of the trombone quartet, although I reckon our usual top trom could play it - not sure whether it was originally intended to be played on an alto, though :lol:
 

lynchie

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I remember playing that in an orchestra bit, and the trombone choiry bit was all on tenors. Need a good warm up first though!
 

trombelle

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im sure im being very dense here :oops: .....but is "i will follow him" on the film sister act??
i know, daft, uneducated and a trombone playe....no future!
 
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