Creole Trombone for Trombone Quartet
Trombone Quartet - Digital Sheet Music

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Brass Ensemble Trombone - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.792648

Composed by Edward "Kid" Ory. Arranged by Jeremy Niles Kempton. Blues,Jazz,Ragtime. Score and parts. 12 pages. Gordon Cherry #5207589. Published by Gordon Cherry (A0.792648).

Creole Trombone is a jazz composition with ragtime and New Orleans overtones written by Kid Ory and first recorded in 1921. It was one of the first recordings of a black orchestra. He recorded the piece several times, including one with Louis Armstrong.

Jeremy Kempton has made a great arrangement for Trombone Quartet for moderately advanced performers including an open 8-bar solo section.

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