By admin September 14, 2019 source: https://dahek.net Nghe thêm ca khúc Nhạc Trữ Tình: https://dahek.net/category/nhac-tru-tinh Post navigation Hướng dẫn thiền để ngủ ngon – Buông Thư – 25 phút – có nhạc nền || Lương Ngọc TiênNhạc Phòng Trà Không Lời 2019 | Liên Khúc Hòa Tấu Trữ Tình Bolero Nghe 1 Lần Nghiện Cả Đời 29 Replies to “Best Bolero Trombone Solo” My vote for the best goes to the late Glenn Dodson, Alessi's teacher and principal TB at the Philadelphia Orchestra. Reply In all the difference of playing! For me all masters in goosebumps! Reply https://youtu.be/HI73PK06MQcà 9:40Yves Demarle !!! Reply 何この透き通りすぎな音。。。完璧すぎる。。。こんな音何年練習したら出るんですか（ ; ; ） Reply Anyone notice that Wilson played a wrong note at about 3 bars from the end? Reply Martin Wilson joue le solo sur un trombone simple, je pense. Et pour en revenir au trombone complet tous les solistes sont excellents, mon petit + va à Jörgen van Rijen, qui prend tous les risques sur les contre-ré bémols pour un résultat sonore à la fois dense et "déjanté" bien dans l'esprit "méchante blague" du compositeur… Reply All wersions are fantastic,… BUT te difference is the conductor. Dudamel makes his own Bolero’s version and Ian go with him with this impressionant interpretation. Reply Ian Bousfield is EASILY one of the greatest players of all time… but that note WAS out of tune. Reply Robert kaip Reply Kudos to Dudamel for taking the right tempo… Reply Bet Lindberg could have done it better… Reply Lots of beautiful playing here. Please also consider this late entry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDWdq3tzSqo The trombone solo starts at 7’58” It’s from 1994 but wasn’t posted until 2015. The fidelity isn’t great, and Maazel’s tempo is not as generous as Dudamel’s, but you still get a sonic sense of what is different when you respect the nature of Ravel’s ears and use a horn closer in size to the tenor trombones in France at the time. It looks/sounds to me like everybody in this bunch is playing on a horn big enough to have been a bass trombone to Ravel. Reply Surely, Ian is the best among this group. But I have heard several others who deserve consideration; and some of them, I do not even know who the trombone player was. A former Berlin 1st trombonist (whose name is unknown to me) was my all-time favorite, once. Has anyone heard Frank Crisafulli play that??? I have. Or Gordon Pulis? And so many others…Not against Ian in any way…Love him! I'm just saying, there are a lot of other great versions.Personally, I'd love to hear Christian Lindberg play that solo!(And Dick Nash, too. Sorry to all you who don't appreciate what I'm saying. No offense intended…)cm Reply I like all of them. Gustavo is a pretty special conductor. He definitely gave Ian more time to get fancy. Reply 1111. Yay Reply If you like it slow, ok Dudamel, If you like somebody who can sing on a trombone with a tremendous sound throughout the entire range: Jörgen! Reply Whoever doesn't put their 3rd finger on the bell! Reply I wonder how Urbie would play it…….. 🙂 Reply My Favorite (drum roll please) ……https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBrR7La5Lew Reply Attention bone players. Try starting in 3rd position…….3…4,4,4,3,3,4,4 etc. … 🙂 Reply Definitely Kaip Reply They all just rocked it Reply You forgot Jay Friedman. My go to hands down Reply Van Rijen, then Bousfield, both fenomenal. I like Van Rijen's control and interpretation. Reply I am a fan of Alessi but Blousfield definantly has this one Reply Last arr, was too fast. First man was definitely best. Reply Yves Demarle (trombone solo) – Orchestre de Paris / Daniel Barenboim (Deutche Grammophon) – 1982 Reply Joeseph has the best tone. Reply It took me 7 weeks to learn this. I feel proud playing this decently at 15 years old Reply Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.