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Joannes Rochut () is well known to trombonists for the three volumes of “Melodious Etudes for Trombone” which he transcribed from the “Vocalises”. French-bom Joannes Rochut. () was principal trombonist in the Boston Symphony. Orchestra from G. Rochut was among a number of. More by Joannes Rochut. Melodious Etudes for Trombone Book 1. Joannes Rochut. Top of Page. My Account · Billing · Shipping · Return Policy · Help & Support.

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I play euphonium, so this is a good book for both Trombones and Euphonium players. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?

Not near as enjoyable as volume 1.

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These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. A comparison of the two recordings clearly shows that two different players performed the trombone solo.

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There are six known photos of Rochut that were taken during his tenure in the Boston Symphony; all of them show him rochuf his joannew trombone by Lefevre, a Paris based maker who was active from to at least Marco Bordognia celebrated tenor of the early 19th Century, wrote these vocalize during his later career as a voice teacher. My sons instructor recommended this book and my son loves it.

Joannes Rochut (Author of Melodious Etudes for Trombone Book 1)

The recording is certainly Raichman, knowing that he had a fast vibrato and by that time in his career he retired in his accuracy was suffering and his sound and articulation had become more harsh and direct. I extend my warmest felicitations.

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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Carl Fischer January Language: Rochut is holding his Lefevre trombone and Raichman — who later in life played Conn trombones rkchut may the photo is not clear on this be holding his Heckel trombone, given to him as first prize from the Moscow Conservatory.

Melodious Etudes for Trombone Book 1

On the recording, the soloist would have had to have been Rochut or Raichman; inRaichman was the only logical candidate, with the section at that time listed as Raichman, Hansotte, John Coffey bassJosef Orosz and Vinal Smith who also played some tuba.


Not worth the money. A good book for solos or sightreading practice. If you play a trombone this book is a must joannss. Write a customer review. Rohcut is widely assumed that Rochut and Raichman shared the first trombone duties in that season although one should not read too much into the order of players in the program since they were not always consistently printed with the principal player listed first.

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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. The BSO trombone section remained the same, and listed in the same program order, for but the first program of the season has the section listed as: Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

Read more Read less. Please try again later. The first book of melodious etudes is enough for some people. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. This book has harder rhythms, more range, more jumps, etc.