Music from a 1911 silent movie, complete with trombone smears, a horse whinny, and lots of fun for percussion. This new arrangement is sure to be a concert favorite for bands everywhere!
Treat your trombones (and xylophone), your band, and your audience to this happy little gem! Feature your first chair player or the whole trombone section. Great fun for everyone!
You'll make stars out of your trombone section when you program this delightful ragtime feature. Known as the father of the trombone smear, this is the first of fifteen novelty trombone solos Henry Fillmore
Written in 1868, Unter Donner und Blitz is one of the most popular, and the noisiest, of all of Strauss' dance pieces, evoking the sound of thunder and lightning through incessant timpani rolls,
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