Music for Trombone Quartet
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Perfect release for specialists in trombone music.

Here is a delightful sound - four trombones; mellow, rich. Admittedly, this will have appeal mainly to your customer who enjoys brass music. Hopefully, they will give this disc a try. Steven Witser has served as Assistant Principal Trombone of The Cleveland Orchestra since 1989 and is a member of the Center City Brass Quintet. Edward A. Zadrozny is an Associate Professor of Trombone at the University of Akron and Principal Trombone of the Akron Symphony Orchestra. Paul Ferguson has been director of Jazz Studies at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland since 1988. Raymond Premru was Professor of Trombone at the Oberlin Conservatory from 1988 until his death in 1998.
Contents:
Anonymous
Reveillez
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Jean Duboys, composer
Ma Bouche Rit
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Edvard Grieg, composer
Elegy, Op. 47, No. 7
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Georg Frederic Handel, composer
Dances for Trombone Quartet
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Alfred Hornoff, composer
Suite for Four Trombones
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Clement Jannequin, composer
Il N'est Plaisir
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Clement Jannequin, composer
Martin
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Raymond Premru, composer
Tissington Variations
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Raymond Premru, composer
In Memorium
High Anxiety Bones, Andrew Hicks, bass trombone

Walter Ross, composer
Trombone Quartet
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Jules Semler-Collery, composer
Two Pieces for Trombone Quartet
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Jimmy Van Heusen, composer
Like Someone in Love-I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
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Review:
"Add High Anxiety Bones to the rather small list of trombone quartets who have made excellent recordings. Based in the Cleveland area, the group dropped its bland Ohio Trombone Quartet name for one that often describes a performer's state of mind. No hint of anxiety can be heard in this superb recording, though....The sound produced by High Anxiety Bones fits my own concept of the ideal trombone-quartet sound - more varied than the four-equal-voices sound of the Summit Brass trombones, less varied than the Datura Trombones....The group plays beautifully in tune and is a true pleasure to hear." (American Record Guide)
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