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Quartet Repertoire For Trombone-Score

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Trombone Quartet
Arranger Voxman
Publisher Rubank Inc
Catalog # 04473960

Price: $9.99

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Product Description

Quartet Repertoire For Trombone-Score Arranged by Voxman. For Trombone Quartet. Published by Rubank Inc. (Catalog # 04473960, UPC: 073999849202)

This great collection of grade 3 music for trombone quartet appears on most state contest lists and includes pieces of varying lengths and styles to suit any performance opportunity. The fourteen works in this series include classics as well as contemporary pieces by the original Rubank composers. A must for your school or church library.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BALLET HARLEQUINS VOXMAN TCHEREPNINE  
CANZONETTA (PARRY) VOXMAN  
CARO MIO BEN VOXMAN  
CHORALE AND MARCH VOXMAN OSTRANSKY  
CRAGGED PASS (C.W.JOHNSON) VOXMAN  
EQUALE #3 (MENDELSSOHN) VOXMAN  
GREENWOOD (C.W.JOHNSON) VOXMAN  
HUNTING SONG (DIETERICH) VOXMAN  
JAMBOREE (KOEPKE) VOXMAN  
LIGHT FANTASTIC VOXMAN COFIELD  
LONESOME ROAD (A/K/A LOOK DOWN THAT LONE VOXMAN  
MY LORD WHAT A MORNING VOXMAN  
OCTOPUS VOXMAN  
SCHERZO CAPRICE (KOEPKE) VOXMAN  
SIT DOWN SISTER VOXMAN AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
WHERE E'ER YOU WALK VOXMAN HANDEL  

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