Category Archives: Stereograms

Oh, When The Saints Go Marching In! Stereogram No. 35

The trombone is vital to jazz. Perhaps the first band actually identified as a “jazz” band was led by trombonist Tom Brown and consisted merely of trumpet, trombone, clarinet and drums. While the trumpet was the centerpiece of early jazz … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving, from davidbrubeck.com! “Jingle Bells” Stereogram No. 39-Reprint from The Journal of The International Trombone Association

Stereograms are published by the International Trombone Association Press and are available from Hickey’s Music and other fine retailers: http://www.hickeys.com/products/092/sku92661.htm http://www.hickeys.com/products/050/sku50091.htm c. 2013 David William Brubeck All Rights Reserved. davidbrubeck.com free bassoon music, free baritone music, free trombone music, free … Continue reading

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Seven Free Stereograms! Free Music Suitable for Bassoon, Euphonium, ‘Cello, Tenor Trombone with ‘F’-attachment, Baritone or Bass Trombone-Courtesy of davidbrubeck.com

Drawing inspiration from the cello suites of J. S. Bach and vocalist Bobby McFerrin, David William Brubeck’s Stereograms have been performed and recorded throughout the globe. Though originally composed for bass trombone, almost all of the Stereograms have optional octave … Continue reading

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Stereogram No. 37A, Free Bass Trombone Music, a Reprint from “The Trombonist” of the British Trombone Society

No. 37A is based on the same hymn tune as the previously published No. 37, “‘Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus”, but has been placed in a higher key and reworked harmonically. It lays a bit better on the … Continue reading

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‘THE ARRANGERS CHAIR’ TM Launched ElgarWith Nelson Riddle, Featuring Jule Styne’s “Just In Time”

THE ARRANGER’S CHAIR (TM), is a new series launched by davidbrubeck.com featuring trombonists who were also composers and/or arrangers. It would be unimaginable for young pianists to study their instrument without becoming aware of the great traditions of keyboardists such … Continue reading

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Stereograms Performed by BSO Bass Trombonist James Markey, and Recorded by Joshua Hauser, Trombone Professor of Tennessee Technological University

James Markey presented Stereograms Nos. 6, 19 and 7 in recital on the 18th and 19th of February as part of the University of Alabama Guest Artist Series. The newly appointed bass trombonist of the Boston Symphony, Markey, performed a … Continue reading

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International Trombone Association Press Publishes Stereograms Nos. 21-30 Volume III-“Everglades”

The International Trombone Association Press has published the third volume of Stereograms, Nos. 21-30.  These original unaccompanied solos for bass trombone are also appropriate for tenor trombone with ‘f’-attachment and work well for euphonium, bassoon, ‘cello and most bass clef … Continue reading

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Stereogram No. 37 for Bass Trombone

Stereogram No. 37 is based on the old hymn tune ”’Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus.” This is the second stereogram dedicated to Mr. Yeo.   The first,

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Stereogram No. 1 for Tuba

We are pleased to announce that Stereograms Nos. 1-10 have been transcribed for tuba, with Nos. 11-20 to follow shortly. Under the supervision of Tubist and Professor Kelly G. Thomas of University of Arizona and his undergraduate assistant, Will Houchin, … Continue reading

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Stereogram No. 11: “Miami”

The two free original Stereograms available for download on davidbrubeck.com, No. 1-“Pankow” and No. 11 “Miami”, serve to lay the ground work for the solos which follow them.  Stereogram No. 1 serves as a gentle introduction to the idea of … Continue reading

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Stereogram No. 33

Who can forget the image and sounds of Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock and his stirring rendition of the “Star Spangled Banner”?  It is at once fresh, patriotic, memorable and revolutionary.  It epitomizes the essence of the amplified (and distorted!) electric … Continue reading

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Stereogram No. 1

Stereogram No. 1, dedicated to James Pankow of the jazz-rock group Chicago.  The popularity of Chicago along with Pankow’s distinctive and innovative style of playing, and talents as a songwriter, arranger, and improviser distinguish him as one of the most … Continue reading

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