Pryor - Blue Bells of Scotland for Solo Trombone and Trombone QuartetCherry Classics
Pryor, Arthur – Blue Bells of Scotland for Solo Trombone & Trombone Quartet.
Written in 1899, Blue Bells of Scotland is the iconic Trombone solo from the early 20th century. The soloist needs every part of his/her technique: extended range, flowing legato, exceptional flexibility and a fast double tongue. Every Trombonist soloist has a kick at the can with this virtuosic work with a Theme and 3 Variations. Dedicated to Ian Bousfield, Wes Ballenger has arranged it for 5 players; Solo Trombone and Trombone quartet.
The solo part is in bass clef exactly as the original with cadenzas and all. This piece will thrill your audiences…. it's a must have!
Published with permission from Gordon Cherry.
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