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« on: Feb 09, 2017, 05:46PM »

To all:

I am helping organize the Tampa Bay 2017 Trombone Festival. We would like to invite any trombonists or those you may know of for the 2017 Tampa Bay Trombone Festival.

The included Masters classes are let by:
     Dr. John Marcellus,
     Tom Brantley,
     Jamie Warren and
     Dr. Chris Sharp.

Event details are also included on facebook and phumc events:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1276465425769477/

http://phumc.net/events/calendar/month.calendar/2017/02/09/-?option=com_jevents&task=month.calendar&month=04&year=2017&Itemid=125


and the registration link is:
http://phumc.net/component/eventbooking/tampa-bay-trombone-fest/individual-registration?Itemid=582

Please pass on to other trombonists that may want to attend.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration.

Allen Kuhn
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« Reply #1 on: Feb 10, 2017, 12:52AM »

Bruce, thank you very much for moving this to the correct location.

-Allen
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« Reply #2 on: Feb 23, 2017, 10:54AM »

We're expecting over 60 as of now. Promises to be a great event. And the mass trombone choir is going to be awesome!

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« Reply #3 on: Mar 30, 2017, 07:35PM »

We have 64 trombonists registered. Still have three weeks to register!

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« Reply #4 on: Apr 22, 2017, 08:17PM »

End number was 73 trombonists, it was a great day !!! I had a great time playing with and hearing so many great trombonist so. Thank you everyone that joined.
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« Reply #5 on: Apr 23, 2017, 08:15AM »

Sounds like a good event.  What did the massed choir play?
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« Reply #6 on: Apr 24, 2017, 01:54PM »

Here is what was played:

Massed Trombone Choir
 
“The Star Spangled Banner” – Key & Smith / arr. Harkins 
 “Eternal Father, Strong To Save” – Whiting / arr. Harkins
 “On a Hymnsong to Phillip Bliss” – Holsinger / arr. Anderson
(It Is Well With My Soul)
“Largo from (Xerxes)” – Handel / arr. Marcellus
“A Pirate Rhapsody” / arr. Sharp
 “Oye Como Va” – Puente / arr. Goldstein
Featuring our Clinicians as soloists:
Dr. John Marcellus
Tom Brantley
Dr. Chris Sharp
Jamie Warren


Blue Ridge Bones
“Ave Maria” – Biebl / arr. Lumpkin
“It Don’t Mean A Thing” – Ellington / arr. Comstock/Warren

USF Trombone Octet
“Brazil” – Barroso/Kame / arr. Hooper
“Cogent Caprice” – Pederson
Casey Jones – guest soloist

USF Bone Band 2
“Unforgettable” – Gordon / arr. Sharp
"Trombonology" – Dorsey / arr. Baylock
Jordan Harris, soloist

Bones South
Malaguena – Lacuona / arr. Sharp

USF Bone Band 1
“How High The Moon – Hamilton & Lewis / Arr. Sharp
“I'm Old Fashioned” – Kern / Arr. Orr

John Marcellus and Tom Brantley, soloists
“Riviera” – Johnson
 “Don’t Argue” – Winding

USF Trombone Choir
“Lacrimosa from The Requiem Mass” – Mozart / arr. Pierce
“Entry of the Gods into Valhalla from Das Rheingold” – Wagner / arr. Hooper
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« Reply #7 on: Apr 24, 2017, 07:26PM »

Sounds great.  I should have visited my brother (and brought my trombone).  I'm hoping to see a similar festival in this general region.  There's nothing like playing in a large trombone choir.
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« Reply #8 on: Apr 25, 2017, 09:41AM »

Sounds great.  I should have visited my brother (and brought my trombone).  I'm hoping to see a similar festival in this general region.  There's nothing like playing in a large trombone choir.


Come join us next year!! We'll post here again.

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