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Famous Trombone Players. By Will Brown. Arthur Pryor. Born in 1870 From Missouri 1 st chair trombonist of John Philip Sousa’s band Specialized in improvisation and range extension Paved the way for modern trombone soloists. Emory Remington. Born in 1892 From New York

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Arthur pryor
Arthur Pryor

  • Born in 1870

  • From Missouri

  • 1st chair trombonist of John Philip Sousa’s band

  • Specialized in improvisation and range extension

  • Paved the way for modern trombone soloists


Emory remington
Emory Remington

  • Born in 1892

  • From New York

  • Father of the modern American orchestral trombone movement

  • Taught at Eastman School of Music

  • Developed trombone warm-up routine


Christian lindberg
Christian Lindberg

  • Born in 1958

  • From Sweden

  • Over 80 works commissioned

  • Most famous modern

    trombone soloist

  • Avid conductor and

    composer


Joseph alessi
Joseph Alessi

  • Born in 1959

  • From Michigan

  • Recorded 14 full length solo albums

  • Principal trombone

    Of the New York

    Philharmonic

  • Teaches at JSM


Megumi kanda
Megumi Kanda

  • Born in 1975

  • From Japan

  • Current principal trombonist of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra

  • 2 solo albums

  • Mr. Brown’s trombone

    teacher


Conclusion

Conclusion

“Never look at the trombones- it only encourages them.”

–Richard Strauss



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