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This is part of the wizardry that allows Trombone Shorty to play incredibly fast, long and intricate pieces on trombone and trumpet.
Fedchock holds a master's degree in jazz studies from Eastman School of Music in Rochester and his name appeared in Downbeat Magazine's reader's poll of outstanding trombone players for several years.
The sax — and the trumpet and trombone — are finding their place again in the genre.
In addition to piano, Mr. Abrams often used the trumpet, trombone, tuba and clarinet in various combinations in his works.
The show was accompanied by an onstage ensemble of Tom Schlueter (trumpet), Kyle Samuelson (trombone), Curt Hanarahan (winds), Tom McGirr (bass) and Michael Lorenz (percussion) and conductor Tim Lenihan.
The voice of Virginia Violet shines at the center each song, and the arrangements are flavored by flourishes of trombone, trumpet and dual saxophone.
Normally, quarterback Carter Kopet plays trumpet and his prolific receiver, Austin Plonsky, plays trombone, but not tonight.
The program is curated by conductor Edwin Outwater and Tim Higgins, principal trombone of the San Francisco Symphony, who also will take part.
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First Known Use: circa 1724See Words from the same year
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