Classic carols for 4-5 trombones.
Fun to play, some are pretty jazzy.
Grade 5. Includes score and parts.
A lovely collection of 19 Traditional Christmas Carols for Trombone Quartet (and 4 quintets) edited and compiled by Jeff Reynolds, Bass Trombonist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. A few of the selections are special Moravian Carols lovingly collected by Jeff who is a long standing member of the Church. You will love this collection with it's many faceted styles and sounds. For moderately advanced performers. Tenor and Bass Clef. Comes with score and parts.
This product includes :
1. Trombone part in bass and tenor clef
2. Trombone part in bass and tenor clef
3. Trombone part in bass and tenor clef
Bass Trombone part in bass clef
selected Tuba parts in bass clef.
It contains the following carols:
God Rest Ye Merry Gents
Good King Whatsits
O Little Town of Bethlehem
Angels From the Realms of Glory
O Come, All Ye Faithful
O Come, O Come, Emanuel
Joy To The World
Carol of The Bells *
O Little Town of Bethlehem *
Lightly, Lightly, Bells Are Pealing *
Deck The Hall
Little Drummer Boy
Away In A Manger *
The Gift Carol
Once He Came In Blessing
All My Heart This Night Rejoices
* = for 5 Trombones or 4 Bones & Tuba
Jeff Reynolds performed as Bass Trombonist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic for over 35 seasons. As well he was often in the recording studios for many of the big Holloywood movies. Mr Reynolds is the founder of the Moravian Trombone Choir of Downey (California). This group was founded in 1965 and was led for many years by Jeffrey Reynolds, longtime bass trombonist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. From the 1970s onwards, this group attracted many of the best players in the LA area, and under Reynolds's leadership, the choir collected a large repertoire of music composed and arranged specifically for the group, for example the Solemn Intrada for SSAATTBB Posaunenchor by composer Malcolm Forsyth.
Reynolds himself is a skilled arranger, and published several of his arrangements in the the late 1970s. He also oversaw two influential recordings of Moravian trombone choir music in 1976 and 1981 that brought this music to a much broader audience.