Trombone File Cabinet
Trombone File Cabinet
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T-bone music from around the web. Web sites come and go so if you like one of the arrangements, contact me and I will help you find it. Here are a number of my favorites.
I like to hear all of the parts, so I 've recorded most of these in my basement Lair and included a link to the result.
That's a Plenty
A famous ragtime tune by Lew Pollack published in 1914. Bob Driggs wrote this arrangement for brass quintet and can be found at MuseScore. I adapted it for trombone quintet and that version can be found -Here-.
Take On Me
A ballad version of the 80's tune by A-ha. Transcribed for trombone by Chrisbo with an accousitic guitar accompaniment by AcousticLUNAtic. Chrisbo 's transcription is in 7 flats so I re-wrote it for my young trombone friends in 4 with a few accidentals -Here-.
From my archives, an unpublished Jazz style trombone quintet by R. Dickinson. Something to try if you have 5 bones. The original is -Here- and my slightly edited version is -Here-.
A Christmas time classic written by Leroy Anderson in 1948. This trombone quartet version was arranged by Benjamin Coy and can be found at his website -www.tenorposaune.com-.
Stars Fell On Alabama
A Jazz standard written by Frank Perkins in 1934. The title refers to an historic meteorite shower over Alabama in 1833. This arrangement, with it's close harmonies, is especially appropriate for the era when this song was most popular. My first recollection of this tune is from a Jack Teagarden recording (1955). I found this trombone quintet arrangement among a large number of trombone charts forwarded to me from an older bone player's collection. No arranger's name was given on the original chart. The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
A tune by a band from the Madison area "Youngblood Brass Band" that came out in 2003 and was especially popular at college clubs. This trombone quartet version can be found at Musescore.com I edited it down a bit for my -Audio- version below. The original is about 6+ minutes long, my edited version is about 4 minutes.
Love For Sale
For trombone quintet, this is a Jazz tune you will find in the library of many Big Bands and Jazz ensembles. Written by Cole Porter for the Broadway show "The New Yorkers" which starred Jimmy Durante (1930). I found this gem among a large number of trombone charts forwarded to me from an older bone player's collection. The arranger didn't put his/her name on the music, so I don't know who it was. A very nice, Broadway show style arrangement in my opinion. The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
All The Things You Are
For trombone quintet, this is a Jazz tune you will also find in the library of many Big Bands and Jazz ensembles. Written by Jerome Kern in 1939 and arranged for trombone quintet by Ron D. (1982) The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
For trombone quintet, this is a medium-slow groove tune by Camila Cabello and arranged by "Mr. Music Man" The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
Someone You Loved
A nice sounding tune by Lewis Capaldi. Peter Capaldi (12th Doctor Who) is a distant relative and was featured in the video for this song. This arrangement for trombone quartet is
by "Mr. Music Man" The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
At The Hop
For trombone quartet. Another old 50's tune that I always liked growing up. Danny and the Juniors recorded this tune in 1957...a classic for anyone old enough to remember. This version has a backing track for the piano and drums.
The Trombone sheet music is -Here-. Backing track is -Here-.
The Girl From Ipanema
By Antonio Carlos Jobim. Made famous in the U.S. by Astrud Gilberto and Stan Getz in 1964. This trombone quartet version was requested by a young trombone friend. Just in time for the 2016 Olympics in Brazil. The Bossa Nova backing track is -Here-.
The Trombone sheet music is -Here-.
For trombone quartet. An old 50's tune that I always liked hearing growing up.
The Trombone sheet music is -Here-.
See U Again
For trombone quartet. The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
A Pop/Fusion tune from 1970 by Jim Peterik and his group "The Ides of March", for trombone quartet. The Trombone sheet music was found -Here- Contact me if it has become hard to find.
All of Me
Another Pop tune this time by John Legend, for trombone quartet. The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
A Pop tune by Bastille, arranged by Shazamio. Essentially a trombone solo with a synthesized techno backingtrack. The sheet music is -Here-.
The backing track that goes with it: B-Track.
Duke Of Earl
An early 60's tune by Gene Chandler that is easy but fun to play. The Trombone sheet music is -Here-.
Carry On My Wayward Son
Arranged by Thomas Huang, this arrangement was inspired by the Maniacal 4 version of the 70's tune by Kansas. Thomas simplified it so that a medium to good trombone quartet could play it. He also arranged another version pitched a little higher. The sheet music is a little hard to find on the internet, but the original lower version can be found -Here-.
Email me if you are looking for individual parts or the higher version.
Thomas aslo made the drum file that I used and can be found -Here-.
Jenny Jenny (867-5309)
Arranged by Charlie L. and Kevin A., this is the Tommy Tutone hit from the 80's, for trombone quartet. The sheet music can be found at: musescore.com.
Take On Me
An arrangement by Christopher Bill of the 80's tune by "A-ha". Quite a difficult piece, however the arrangement stands up even after simplifications are made to accommodate different playing levels. The sheet music is at: www.classicaltrombone.
An Eagles, Classic Rock tune from the 70's, for trombone quartet. The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
A Quartet Classic. I recorded this too fast, but you get the idea. The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
Boar's Head Carol
A Christmas time quartet for trombones, the author is not listed The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
Maple Leaf Rag
This arrangement of Scott Joplin's famous rag is a quartet for Trombones, arranged by T. Hillerbrant. The sheet music is at: brazzmusic.
The Trombone sheet music can be found -Here-.
Example recording of # 15, "A mighty Fortress is our God"
A duet for Trombones, by Felix Bernard, arranged by Benjamin Coy. This and other sheet music can be found at: www.tenorposaune.com
Benjamin changes his web site periodically, if necessary, use the search box to find Winter Wonderland.
Six Lyrical Duets
Bonezone.org is no longer but you can still get "Six Lyrical Duets" -Here-.
A solo trombone with piano arrangement of the Tommy Dorsey tune, by Benjamin Coy. The sheet music is -Here-.
David Concerto Mvmt. #3
An Orchestral accompaniment for the concerto. Actually it's a video of the sheet music with excellent orchestra in the background. Great for practicing. Morceau Symphonique and a couple others are also at this site. The music is at: Youtube.
Song For Japan
By Steven Verheist, I first heard this in the spring of 2011, written for the survivors and in memory of the victims of the Tsunami that hit Japan in the spring of 2011. This is arranged for many different T-bone groups. The sheet music is -Here-.