The Trombone

United Kingdom, 1964

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Episode of Series “We Make Music”
Alfred Flaszynski describes the history of the trombone, its development and the technique of playing, illustrated by excerpts from Ravel’s Bolero and George Lohmann’s Posaune Teufel. The problems of selecting each note by the correct use of the slide and the appropriate harmonic series are dealt with in detail.

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producer

Ken Cameron

director

Muir Mathieson

production company

Educational Foundation for Visual Aids

World Mirror-Realist Films

Anvil Film and Recording Group

Duration

00:21:40:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1964

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We Make Music

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We Make Music

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