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Trombone Trios
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Anon./Kinder-Ancient Fugue (ENP-TT204)

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Rating: Medium. This work belongs to that large body of early music for which we can identify neither the composer nor the occasion that stimulated its creation. This composition is a carefully worked out double fugue that is enjoyable to play and very effective in performance.

Bach, J.S./Kinder-Three Bach Chorales (ENP-TT203)

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Rating: Easy-Medium. Trombonist have always played chorales for the development of fine ensemble performance. The limited technical demands, clear harmonies and independent lines in this style permit players to focus on balance, blend, tuning and matched sound and articulation.

Hassler, H./Sweete-Verbum Caro Factum Est (ENP-TT972)

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Rating: Easy-Medium. This arrangement for 3 trombones and organ is another very successful addition to music for trombone choir. This work is not too difficult and can be performed with or without continuo. Clear and simple Renaissance harmonies make this work for trombone trio a pleasure to listen to and fun to play.

Various/Sweete-Trios For Trombones Volume 1 (ENP-TT971)

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Rating: Difficult. Don Sweete has taken eight three-part Renaissance vocal pieces and arranged them for trombone trio. Ideal for three tenor trombones, any piece from this collection can be used for recitals or concerts. The first trombone is quite high (often around high b-flats) and all the parts are interesting.

Trad./Calvert & Marlatt-Huron Indian Carol (ENP-TT2613)

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Rating: Medium. This hauntingly beautiful piece set for 3 trombones and piano is not too difficult but very effective on a holiday concert.