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Bordogni-tromboneThe Bordogni-Gumbert-Ericson Collection (six versions of Bordogni for all brass), second edition NEW

These classic vocalises (vocal etudes) by Marco Bordogni (1789-1856) are a favorite among brass players today. This new edition is based on the 1880 edition by Ferdinand Gumbert (1818-1896), following Gumbert closely for the first 21 of these classic melodies. Intended for vocalists, Gumbert has indicated more articulations and less slurs than the typical edition, providing for us more musical variety to the treatment of the original Bordogni melodies. To better suit the modern brass player his edition has been lightly updated, and is presented here as a collection of six versions, covering ranges from Standard Treble Clef to Ultra-Low Bass Clef.

“Sold at an incredibly reasonable price … this new edition of the classic Bordogni Vocalises is a must.” Review of Standard Bass Clef and Low Bass Clef versions, International Trombone Association
FULL REVIEW HERE

NOTE: The links below are all to the USA Amazon site, but they are available worldwide -- search Amazon from your country for these products

Twenty-One Vocalises, Standard Treble Clef Version
Print version -- Kindle Version -- Sample Page

Twenty-One Vocalises, Low Treble Clef Version
Print version -- Kindle Version -- Sample Page

Twenty-One Vocalises, Standard Bass Clef Version
Print version -- Kindle Version -- Sample Page

Twenty-One Vocalises, Low Bass Clef Version
Print version -- Kindle Version -- Sample Page

Twenty-One Vocalises, Extra-Low Bass Clef Version
Print version -- Kindle Version -- Sample Page

Twenty-One Vocalises, Ultra-Low Bass Clef Version
Print version -- Kindle Version -- Sample Page

Sample pages are linked above -- ranges for all versions are below

Bordogin-ranges


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