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Melodious Accompaniments from Bordogni Rochut for etudes 1-20 for Trombone
Trombone - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Marco Bordogni. Arranged by David Ritt. Romantic Period, Classical Period, Opera. Solo Part. 27 pages. Published by Cherry Classics Music (S0.700625).
Item Number: S0.700625
The Rochut/Bordogni Etudes for Trombone have enjoyed immense popularity over the years. If you play the Trombone you have played and listened to countless hours of them as a student or teacher. These 20 Etudes will be a valuable asset to teachers and students, helping them gain insight into performing these gorgeous melodies and learning a melodious style of performing on the Trombone.
All in bass clef. Etudes 1-20 arevfrom Volume 1 of the Bordogni / Rochut etudes. For intermediate to moderately advanced performers.
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