Bye Bye Blackbird
Trombone Family Demonstration by Glen Newton

Source: Recorded live at the Tesseract school in Eagan, Minnesota, April 2, 2003.

This song was the final part of a trombone family demonstration at Tesseract. The laughs and applause are from the pre-schoolers through eighth graders in the audience in the gymnasium. The audio was recorded using the built-in microphone on the video recorder about 30 feet away from the performer.

Description Streaming Audio or Video Format
Glen Newton demonstrates the trombone family, playing bass, soprano, alto, and tenor trombones, the latter including use of a plunger mute; 4 minutes, 15 secs.

28.8 Mono Windows Media Audio (645KB)
Windows Media Video (160x120 pixels, 2734KB). To stream this, you'll need a high-speed Internet connection that can sustain an 87K rate. To reduce the bandwidth requirements, the video plays at 6 frames per second.



Jo Newton

Accompaniment CD:

Volume 3 in the series, "Approaching the Standards," edited by Dr. Willie Hill, Jr., published by Warner Bros. Publications


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