This trombone quartet in a contemporary idiom is ideal for an advanced college group or professional players.
A quartet by this award winning composer is a great example of contemporary writing which shows a good balance between parts.
This brief yet effective piece for four trombones is a great recital encore.
Both of the pieces foreshadow the Baroque fugue in the manner in which the opening themes are presented to the listener.
This fourteenth century Florentine caccia or chase uses canons, hockets, and horn calls to describe a medieval hunt.
Originally composed in 1502 for the Emperor Maximilian, this ingeniously constructed piece is an excellent study of late medieval/early renaissance motivic development and part writing.
This trombone quartet is an early work of a composer who has been said to represent the full flowering of Renaissance music in England.
This is a beautiful ballad-style arrangement of this Christmas favorite.
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