Ravel - Bb Valve Trombone - Yellow

Ravel - Bb Valve Trombone - Yellow

Jupiter JTB720V Series C Valve Trombone Silver, Yellow Brass Bell 190839059642

Jupiter JTB720V Series C Valve Trombone Silver, Yellow Brass Bell 190839059642

Tenor valve Trombone Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris)  Date: ca. 1863  Geography: Paris, France  Medium: Brass, white metal, cork

Tenor valve Trombone Maker: Adolphe (Antoine Joseph) Sax (Belgian, Dinant, Belgium 1814–1894 Paris) Date: ca. 1863 Geography: Paris, France Medium: Brass, white metal, cork

Jupiter JTB720V Series C Valve Trombone Silver, Yellow Brass Bell 190839098153

Jupiter JTB720V Series C Valve Trombone Silver, Yellow Brass Bell 190839098153

Antique brass instrument on display at the Musical Instrument Museum in Brussels, Belgium  This is a six-valved, seven-belled valve trombone by Adolf Sax. Each valve coincides with one position on a slide trombone.

Antique brass instrument on display at the Musical Instrument Museum in Brussels, Belgium This is a six-valved, seven-belled valve trombone by Adolf Sax. Each valve coincides with one position on a slide trombone.

[ $46 OFF ] Bb/f/eb/d Double Thayer Valves Trombone Brass Material With Case And Mouthpiece Musical Instruments Shipping Time 8-15 Days

[ $46 OFF ] Bb/f/eb/d Double Thayer Valves Trombone Brass Material With Case And Mouthpiece Musical Instruments Shipping Time 8-15 Days

Billy Eckstine.  August 27, 1969.  Referred to as "Mr. B" Eckstine was a jazz singer and bandleader.  He formed and directed his own band and also played the trumpet, valve trombone, and guitar.  He went on to become a solo artist often collaborating with other renowned vocalists such as Nat King Cole and Sarah Vaughn and other musicians like Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Count Basie and Quincy Jones.

Billy Eckstine. August 27, 1969. Referred to as "Mr. B" Eckstine was a jazz singer and bandleader. He formed and directed his own band and also played the trumpet, valve trombone, and guitar. He went on to become a solo artist often collaborating with other renowned vocalists such as Nat King Cole and Sarah Vaughn and other musicians like Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Count Basie and Quincy Jones.

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