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The trombone / Trevor Herbert.
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2006]
xvi, 399 pages : illustrations, musique ; 25 cm
Comprend une bibliographie (pages [367]-386) et un index.
The instrument: its parts and their development -- Trombone technique -- The origins of the trombone -- Players and cultures in the later Renaissance -- Performances and repertoires in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries -- Decline, survival and rehabilitation: the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries -- Didacticism and the idea of virtuosity -- The trombone in the modern orchestra -- Valve trombones and other nineteenth-century introductions -- Popular music -- The Moravians and other popular religions -- Orchestral trombone playing in the age of sound recordings -- Jazz -- Modernism, postmodernism and retrospection -- Appendix 1: Surviving instruments from before 1800 -- Appendix 2: Centres of trombone repertoire in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries -- Appendix 3: Slide trombone methods: an indicative list -- Appendix 4: Valve trombone methods: an indicative list -- Appendix 5: Orchestral trombone sections, c. 1780-c. 1930 -- Appendix 6: C.G. Conn endorsements, c.1928.
« This is the first fully comprehensive study of the trombone in English. It covers the instrument, its repertoire, the way it has been played and the social, cultural and aesthetic contexts within which it has developed. It explores the origins of the instrument, its invention in the fifteenth century, and its story up to modern times. And it reveals the hidden histories of the trombone and its players in different periods and different countries » -- Jaquette.
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