Trombone w/ ensemble (Solo/Duet)

Con Amigos En Tierra


A wonderful trombone solo on the "Caliente" album. Piano, guitar accordian, strings and percussion accompany a singing trombone melody.

Five Ditties


Five short songs by Charles Ives, originally for voice and piano, have been transcribed for solo trombone and 4-part trombone quartet/choir by Dr. David Mathie. The songs are contrasting with a sense of humor typical of Ives, and give the soloist (or group of soloists) a chance to shine on great music not often heard.

La Luna Sobre El Mar


An intimate, reflective trombone solo on the "Caliente" album. With electric piano, guitar, bass, and drum set. A relaxing, beautiful work.

La Mia Terra


A dramatic melody and lush harmonies make this piece a true treat for solo trombone and trombone ensemble.

Niry Fide Xemy


An exciting, massive new work for trombone solo and trombone choir! This 3 movement piece is replete with challenging time signatures, rhythmic complexity and engaging interplay between parts. A perfect piece for the ambitious trombone choir!



A beautiful 8 part trombone ensemble piece (with cymbals) with a featured soloist.

Solar Arena


A steady, relaxing solo for trombone and latin band. Very soulful!

Super Bone


Another exciting work from Nicola Ferro, composed for Joseph Alessi at the 2016 Alessi Seminar. Powerful melodies and strong textures define this great piece for solo trombone and 12 part trombone choir.

The Cat Of Highmount


Nicola Ferro's amazing composition for 3 Trombones, Euphonium, Tuba and 2 Percussion players. Nicola writes:
"This original composition has been my inspiration during the time I was at Joe's home on Highmount Ave in Nyack, NY. I met his beautiful cat, I noticed all the details, when he walked, when he jumped and when he purred. Every part of the piece is the representation of the cat. At the end, I included a quotation from the cat of the fable Music Peter and the Wolf by Sergei Prokofiev."

Viajando Al Sur


A great duet for two trombones with latin band accompaniment! Very fun for performers and audiences alike!

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