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  • Melodic Studies for TromboneBass Clef - Bk 1
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    John Edney

    Melodic Studies for Trombone
    Bass Clef - Bk 1

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    Instrument: trombone bass clef unaccompanied
    Grade: very easy
    Catalogue No: 0117BC
    ISMN No: 9790570272334

    As used in the syllabuses of the Associated Board and Trinity Guildhall Grade Examination Boards. Aimed at the early trombonist and euphonium student. Musical development from Introductory to Grade 2

    Keys in Use - F major/ Bb major/ Eb major. Tempi - Andante to Allegro ma non troppo. Time signatures - 2/4, 3/4 , and 4/4 (8/8). Range - Low a to Middle C by progressive steps. Intervals - Up to a 4th. Slurs - Only in place for Euphonium or Baritone. Dynamics - From ‘mp’ to ‘f’ only. Designed out are 6th and 7th positions, and semi-quavers and dotted quavers. Designed in are comfortable intervals ranging up to a 4th. Note values - Quavers to the semi-breve (with occasional use of the triplet).

    ... Fanfare • Hymnus • Bells • Tug of War • Little Suite • Quick March • Swing Along • Blues–Like • Get Counting! • Slow Melody • Little Waltz • Hornpipe
    John Edney
    John Edney studied at Trinity College of Music with Geoffrey Lindon. His debut was in 1958, straight from College, with the then Festival Ballet company and the Arts Council Touring Opera, both as principal trombone. Further experience was gained working UK wide with the BBC, most London orchestras and in the West End Theatre circuit.

    Membership of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House followed during the era of conductor Sir Georg Solti. John was a member of the original London Trombone Quartet (which broadcast live many times on Radio 3), the London Mozart Players and the City of London Sinfonia. There were also many appearances with David Munro, John Eliot Gardner and Musica Reservata playing a broad variety of early music. For some years he was the head of brass for the Inner London Education Authority and still coaches for the London Schools Symphony Orchestra Organisation. He is a long-serving member of the Orchestra of St.Johns, and was for some years the membership secretary of the British Trombone Society.

    John Edney teaches in the Trinity College of Music Wind, Brass and Percussion Faculty.

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